Blurb Everyone’s favorite octogenarian killer is back in this new collection of stories by Swedish crime writer Helene Tursten that is sure to have you in stitches.Eighty-eight-year-old Maud is never looking for trouble, but it always seems to find her. First, a woman in her building met an untimely end: tragic. Then, just recently, a … Continue reading Review: An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed by Helene Tursten
I am incredibly honoured to be taking part in the HQ Stories Blog Tour today for Anne O'Brien's new book The Royal Game. Blurb England, 1444. Three women challenge the course of history… King Henry VI’s grip on the crown hangs by a thread as the Wars of the Roses starts to tear England apart. And … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Royal Game by Anne O’Brien.
Blurb Behind every great king stands a queen. And behind every queen, the whole court watches on... Over the years of his reign, six different women took their place beside King Henry VIII of England as his wife and queen. But the real stories of the six Tudor queens belong to those who lived among … Continue reading Review – In the Shadow of Queens: Tales from the Tudor Court by Alison Weir.
Blurb As the first full-length novel in The White Sails Series, DISCERNING GRACE captures the spirit of an independent woman whose feminine lens blows the ordered patriarchal decks of a 19th century tall ship to smithereens. Wilful Grace Baxter, will not marry old Lord Silverton with his salivary incontinence and dead-mouse stink. Discovering she is a pawn … Continue reading Book Spotlight: Discerning Grace by Emma Lombard
Welcome to something a little bit different on my blog today! I am thrilled to be taking part in the Audio Blog Tour for The Therapist by B A Paris. To listen to this audiobook sneak preview from the beginning, head over to @baparisauthor on twitter and follow the blog tour chain. My tweet for day three can be … Continue reading The Therapist Audio Blog Tour
Blurb Blossom has grown up surrounded by the beautiful plants and flowers from her family's market stall. The stall was started by her grandparents, Tutu and Pops, and passed on to Blossom's parents after their death. It's a magical place where customers come to find flowers for all occasions: from celebrating love to offering comfort … Continue reading Review: Blossom by Laura Dockrill
Hellooo, I am back with another 'monthly favourites' post because some books I just can't sing loudly enough about! Here are some I have read and LOVED during August. First up is The Royal Game by Anne O'Brien. I read this book in August as I shall be taking part in the HQ Stories blog … Continue reading Favourites from August…
I am very happy to be taking part in today's Love Books Tours Publication Day Book Blitz for Siggy Loves Sausages by Brian Frederick ! Congratulations Brian! Blurb A little dachshund ensues on a chase of something sparkly floating through the sky, vowing to return it to its rightful owner. Follow Siggy as he dashes … Continue reading Book Blitz: Siggy Loves Sausages by Brian Frederick
Blurb In her third adventure, Cookie finds mysteries everywhere - but can she solve them, and save the science show? Hurray, Cookie's Nani is coming to stay from Bangladesh! But she doesn't speak English and Cookie is the only one in the family who doesn't speak Bengali. Luckily, science-mad Cookie realises that her coding lessons … Continue reading Bookstagram Tour: Cookie and the Most Mysterious Mystery in the World by Konnie Huq
Blurb Emergency Contact meets Moxie in this cheeky and searing novel that unpacks just how complicated new love can get…when you fall for your enemy.Eliza Quan is the perfect candidate for editor in chief of her school paper. That is, until ex-jock Len DiMartile decides on a whim to run against her. Suddenly her vast qualifications mean squat … Continue reading Review: Not Here to Be Liked by Michelle Quach