O what a treat I have for you all today!! Writer of debut novel The Longbourn Letters, Rose Servitova, joins me for a chat about her debut, the thriving arts community in her hometown of Limerick and Jane Austen 200.
I have a review of a riveting and provocative book for you today. Reconciliation for the Dead by Paul E. Hardisty is published by Orenda Books and is one I seriously recommend for it’s harsh truths and a wonderful narrative
Today I join the tour with Douglas Skelton, author of Tag You’re Dead, the second in the series featuring maverick investigator Dominic Quest
On #IrishWritersWed I am thrilled to be joined by Ann O’ Loughlin with a very interesting post entitled ‘What is in a Name?’ Ann is the author of The Judges Wife, The Ballroom Cafe and the soon to be released The Ludlow Ladies Society
Today is my stop on tour with Time To Win, the first in a new crime series described as ‘British Seaside Noir’ from Harry Brett. A fast read leading into what I expect will be a version of ‘The Sopranos’, Great Yarmouth style.
Today I am well excited to bring you a cover reveal from Rachel Amphlett and Book 3 in her police procedural One To Watch…Coming Soon folks….
My review today is of a book by the lovely Christine Webber.
Dealing with the issues that arise when suddenly single in your fifties, ‘Who’d Have Thought it?’ is a romantic comedy set against the turbulence which typifies mid-life in today’s society