Today I am joined by writer Martine McDonagh, whose latest novel Narcissism for Beginners is just published. I have review of the book and a fab Q & A with Martine.
Today I review Six Stories by Matt Wesolowski. A threatening, sinister and extremely intriguing read from Orenda Books
A wonderful debut, Mussolini’s Island by Sarah Day is a book I absolutely adored. Yet again society has surprised with what we are capable of doing…
My review today is of a book by Scottish writer Alan Jones. BLOQ is a gritty crime thriller based in Glasgow and London.
We’ve Come To Take You Home is a novel by Susan Gandar. A book with a dual timeline, it is a very poignant and beautiful read about discovering past secrets and finding yourself along the way..
Today I am delighted to share my review of a novel by Susan Fletcher.
‘Let Me Tell You About A Man I Knew’ is a novel I received for review from Tripfiction, a beautiful book based in Provence 1889
The Riviera Express is the first in the English Riviera Murders series featuring Miss Judy Dimont and is written by TP Fielden.
Published by HQ Stories, ‘Miss Judy Dimont’ is a lovely new addition to the world of sleuthing.
Today I am on tour with Anna Franklin Osborne, writer of the poignant novel Walking Wounded. Anna gives us a little insight into her Publication Day and I have a review for you.
Today I am joined by Irish Writer Faith Hogan on her blog-tour, following the publication of her most recent novel Secrets We Keep. Faith has written a post about the impact of Digital Media and I have a review of this truly delightful novel.
Sealskin ~ What happens when magic collides with reality?
Su Bristow brings the reader on a journey of magic, with the retelling of the legend of the Selkie