Today I am joined on Swirl and Thread by Pauline Morgan, a writer with a dream of being published some day!
Today, as my stop on the tour, I welcome Doug Johnstone, author of Fault Lines, to my blog with a guest post entitled ‘On Writing Weird Books’.
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am delighted to welcome ER Murray with a really informative post for all writers and would-be writers entitled ‘Your Top 10 Writing FAQS Answered.’ Lots of handy tips here folks!!
My review today is of a fascinating and intriguing novel, Jane Seymour:The Haunted Queen. Written by acclaimed historian Alison Weir and just published by Headline Review, this is the third book in the Six Tudor Queens series and is a must for all fans of historical fiction.
Today I am joined by Paranormal and Fantasy author Amanda Evans with a guest post entitled ‘Adults Still Love Fairy Tales’
Today I have a review, as my stop on tour, of Let Me Be Like Water, the debut novel from S.K. Perry, a novel that deals with grieving. A book about hope and friendship.
My review today is of a book that really stuck a sentimental chord with me. The Lido by Libby Page is an absolutely charming book that stole my heart.
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am delighted to welcome Andrea Mara, author of new release One Click. Andrea has written a post for us all entitled ”The Tweet that Changed My Life’
Today I review the debut novel Burning Matches from Irish Writer Paul Fitzsimons, a police procedural with quite an intricate story-line!!
My review today is of a book that tells the true story of the The Tattooist of Auschwitz, written by Heather Morris. A book we should all read, of a time we must never forget.