A book that had a huge impact on me. The Good Doctor of Warsaw by Elisabeth Gifford. Based on true events, this is a book everyone should read. I have my review for you all today.
Just buy folks!! Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough. A thrilling read. Highly recommend! If you need anymore convincing, here is my review 🙂
I am very honoured to be kick-starting the blog tour today with my review of After He’s Gone, the latest new release from Jane Isaac and the first book in a new series featuring DC Beth Chamberlain. Recommended by me!!
Celebrating Paperback Publication day with The Woman in the Wood by @LesleyPearse #LoveLesley @ed_pr
Today I join Lesley Pearse in celebration of the paperback publication of The Woman in The Wood, the 25th book by the author.
EEEEEEEK!!! I have a fantastic GIVEAWAY and my REVIEW of the wonderful new book The Story Collector by Irish Writer Evie Gaughan as my stop on the Blog Tour today. THREE SIGNED COPIES UP FOR GRABS…..
Today, author of The Gravity of Love, Noelle Harrison answers a few of my questions. What an fascinating person!! I do hope you enjoy.
Today debut author Máire Brophy joins me with an excellent post on podcasting and the benefits for writers.
Today I review a book that is set to take the world by storm. The Man Who Didn’t Call is written by Rosie Walsh and published by Mantle.
Today I welcome back the wonderful Irish Writer and comedian Caimh McDonnell to wrap up my #IrishWritersWed feature for the summer with a very interesting post entitled ‘Are you political?’ I do hope you enjoy!
#Bookreview The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder by Sarah J. Harris @sarahsky23 #BeeLarkham @HCinIreland
Today I review a rather special book, new from author Sarah J Harris. ‘The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder’ takes the reader on journey into the mind of thirteen year old Jasper, a young boy with Synaesthesia and Face-Blindness (Prosopagnosia)