#BookReview The Importance of Being Aisling Emer McLysaght & Sarah Breen @MichaelJBooks #Blogtour

The Importance of Being Aisling*

(*That’s ASH-ling-small-town girl, big heart, no clue)

First things first, CONGRATS to Emer McLysaght & Sarah Breen for winning the SPECSAVERS POPULAR FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018 at the An Post Irish Book Awards on Tuesday evening. I was delighted to be there as a guest of writing.ie and yes ladies the ‘curly hair-dos’ were just fab 🙂

Tales of Ramion by Frank Hinks ~ The Dream Thief #Excerpt #BlogTour @midaspr

Tales of Ramion

 Packed full of the whacky adventures that three young boys embark upon in the magical land of Ramion

I am very lucky to have two children who have followed me in my passion for reading. I always love when a parent transfers their passion for books onto paper, encouraged by reading to their own kids. Such is the case with Tales of Ramion by Frank Hinks, a highly successful Chancery QC by day, and now a children’s illustrator and author by night.

#BlogTour #WhereTheTruthLies by MJ Lee #GuestPost @WriterMJLee @canelo_co

Where The Truth Lies

A killer in total control.

A detective on the edge.

A mystery that HAS to be solved.

I am delighted to be joining MJ Lee on tour with his first book in a new series featuring Detective Inspector Thomas Ridpath.

Where The Truth Lies is described as ‘a nail-biting crime thriller, full of breathtaking twists and turns .. fast-paced and extraordinarily original’ 

#BookReview The Witches Of St Petersburg by @ImogenEJ @HoZ_Books #BlogTour @midaspr #WitchesofStPetersburg

The Witches of St Petersburg

Based on the true story of the lives of Princess Militza and Princess Anastasia of Montenegro during the dying days of the Russian Empire, The Witches of St Petersburg is a tale of love, lust, power and betrayal at the heart of the Romanov Court.

Oh my! What a book! What a tale!

I am thrilled to be joining the blog tour today with my review of The Witches of St Petersburg by Imogen Edwards-Jones. Just released with Head of Zeus, this book is filled with both fact and fiction, as we are taken on a fascinating historical journey back in time to that of the Russian Imperial Court and the Romanovs.