Talk of the Town | the place for bookish people to be

Welcome back! ¬†We hope you had a fabulous break over Easter and of course we’re looking forward to seeing what you’ve been blogging about ūüôā Not joined in Talk of the Town linky I co-host with Lindsay from Bookboodle before? ¬†No worries! ¬†You can check out all the details of the linky¬†and if you have any questions, please ask. This month we’re showcasing¬†Black & White Publishing‘s The Gingerbread House by…

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Spotlight on … It’s Killing Jerry by Sharn Hutton

I’m fascinated by stories that defy being pigeon-holed into one genre. ¬†It’s Killing Jerry by Sharn Hutton interestingly blends humour and thriller and I’m delighted to share with you an excerpt today as part of the blog tour. ¬†I’ll be linking to the Prologue and Chapter One on Sharn’s website too. ¬† I was drawn in by Sharn’s writing style and if you are too, then don’t miss the chance…

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Guest Review | Dead to Me by Lesley Pearse

I have a guest review for you today from my colleague Laura who is a fan of Lesley Pearse’s writing. Dead to Me is available in digital format and publishes in paperback next week (4th May). Did Dead to Me measure up to Laura’s expectations? Paperback: 512 pages Publisher: Penguin (4 May 2017) Language: English ISBN-10: 1405921048 ISBN-13: 978-1405921046 Two very different women, one unlikely friendship. In the chaos of…

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Stationery Love with author Deborah Carr

Welcome back to Stationery Love – the series where people share their love of all things stationery with us. If you didn’t already know, this week is National Stationery Week. ¬†It’s an important week in the stationery lover’s diary ūüôā ¬†Each day has a particular focus … Monday was¬†#PenAndPencilDay, yesterday¬†#GetCrafty, today¬†#WorldStationeryDay, tomorrow it’s¬†#ThankYouThursday, Friday¬†#FountainPenFriday, Saturday¬†#SignatureSaturday¬†and finally on Sunday¬†#WriteALetterDay. ¬†There are lots of ways you can get involved and on social…

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