#blogtour #bookreview #bookgiveaway The Day That Never Comes ~ Caimh McDonnell @Caimh @elaineofori

‘Remember those people that destroyed the economy and then cruised off on their yachts?

Well guess what – someone is killing them.’

EEEEK!!!!!  How excited am I!!!!!

I have the honour of kick-starting the blogtour with writer, comedian and all-round funny man Caimh McDonnell today as he publishes his second book in ‘The Dublin Trilogy’, The Day That Never Comes.

I am also delighted to offer a Giveaway copy of The Day That Never Comes….details below.

So with no further ado please continue reading for my thoughts….

#blogtour #bookreview Saving Sophie by Sam Carrington @sam_carrington1 @kaishajayneh

 ‘A teenage girl is missing. Is your daughter involved, or is she next?’

Saving Sophie is the debut novel from Sam Carrington.

Just recently published in both ebook and paperback format by Avon books, I was delighted to be asked to hop on the tour bus by Kaisha Holloway aka The Writing Garnet

Please continue reading for my thoughts on Saving Sophie…

#BlogTour #ScaredtoDeath #GuestPost ~ My Road to Publication @RachelAmphlett

Today I am on tour with Scared to Death from Rachel Amphlett.

Scared to Death is the first novel in a new series about Detective Kay Hunter and is due for release on 6th Dec by Saxon Publishing. I have read and reviewed Scared to Death (Click Here) and today I am also lucky enough to have a great guest post from Rachel Amphlett entitled ~ ‘My Road to Publication’

I’ll hand you over to Rachel now….

#blogtour #Guestpost ‘Crime and Technology’ ~ Cherly Rees-Price @CherylreesPrice

Today I am absolutely thrilled to be on the tour bus with Cherly Rees-Price and her second novel in the DI Winter Meadows Series, Frozen Minds.

Published by Accent Press in October 2016, Frozen Minds is a novel based around a murder in a residential care home, Bethesda House. DI Meadows is called in to solve the case.

Cheryl has written a fabulous guest post for us today about the impact of technology in the criminal world and how far these advances have progressed from the early works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

#blogtour #guestpost Top Tips For Writing Thrillers ~ Jessikah Hope Stenson @JessikahHope

Jessikah Hope Stenson is a young writer not afraid to take risks.

Having previously released a book of short stories A Single Drop of Perfect  , Jessikah is now embarking on a new and very exciting venture with a Psychological Thriller Trace This Scar, due for release by Excalibur Press November 24th.

I am delighted to be kicking off the blogtour with a wonderful piece from Jessikah entitled ~ Top Tips for Writing Thrillers

So without further ado, I’ll hand you over to Jessikah…

#blogtour #guestpost Why Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein still inspires ~ Sandra Ireland @22_ireland

It’s always great to be involved with a blogtour, especially when the book is something as unique and slightly Gothic as Beneath the Skin.

Published by Polygon and written by Sandra Ireland this was one book I was looking forward to reading.

My full review is now available to read Here

But in the meantime I am delighted to host Sandra Ireland with a wonderful guest post she has written for us entitled :

‘Why Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein still inspires’

I’ll hand you over to Sandra now…

#blogtour #bookreview I Know Your Secret by Graham Smith @GrahamSmith1972

‘What would you do if your most intimate secrets got into the wrong hands?’

How excited am I to part of this phenomenal Blog Tour for I know Your Secret by Graham Smith.

Published by Caffeine Nights, I was contacted by Noelle Holten of the Crimebook Junkie blog to take part in the tour.

Of course I said yes!!  (No-one refuses Noelle 😉 )

Please read on as I share my thoughts…

#Blogtour #Guestpost #bookreview @LisaSelinDavis #author #LostStars (or what Lou Reed taught me about love)

I was delighted to be asked by Bonnier Zaffre to join the blogtour for Lisa Selin Davis’ new YA novel ‘Lost Stars or what Lou Reed taught me about love’

Published by Hot Key Books, a division of Bonnier Zaffre, on the 6th October 2016, Lisa’s novel is a story about love lost & found and deals with the subject of teenage grief.

A poignant, coming-of-age novel.

Lisa has kindly written a guest post for us about the ‘Do’s and Don’ts of Writing’ which I do hope you enjoy.

I have also read & reviewed Lost Stars which you can read here:

http://www.swirlandthread.com/review-lost-stars-lisa-selin-davis/