Today I have a review of a book that evoked some wonderful memories with stories of old. Till the Cows Come Home is a book by Lorna Sixsmith and is just released with Black & White Publishing.
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am delighted to welcome Maura McElhone, blogger, writer and soon to be published author. Her book, ‘Falling For A Farmer’ is due for release with Mercier Press in the Autumn. Maura chats Imposter Syndrome here today!
I have a review of The Hunters by Kat Gordon for you all today. Journey back to The Happy Valley Set of 1920’s Kenya in this lush read published by The Borough Press
Turning The Tables ~ My Guest Appearance on #IndulgeInWriting with @sharontwriter #GuestPost #Blogging
Check out my guest post about ‘My Blogging Life’ over with #indulgeinwriting
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.