#BookReview | The Likely Resolutions of Oliver Clock by @JaneRileyAuthor | #OliverClock | @AmazonPub |@ed_pr | #BlogTour

‘His life is perfectly regimented.Is there really any room for something as unpredictable as love?‘– The Likely Resolutions of Oliver Clock [ About the Book ] Oliver Clock has everything arranged just so. A steady job running the family funeral parlour. A fridge stocked with ready meals. A drawer full of colour-coded socks. A plan…

#GuestPost | Murders of Old China by Paul French | #nonfiction | #BlogTour with @midaspr | @chinarhyming

‘A must for fans of true crime, and those keen to learn more about China‚Äôs fascinating history’– Murders of Old China Murders of Old China, an Audible original true crime title, presents twelve true crime cases from early twentieth century China, studying these gripping stories to explore the turbulence and transformation taking place in the…

#BlogTour Christmas with the Shipyard Girls by Nancy Revell | @arevellwalton | @arrowpublishing | #Extract

I’m delighted to be joining Nancy Revell and her latest novel, Christmas with the Shipyard Girls, on tour today. Christmas with The Shipyard Girls is the seventh instalment of the Sunday Times bestselling series, The Shipyard Girls. The series was inspired by Nancy Revell’s own close family links to the Sunderland shipyards and her campaign to get…