It’s not often I get pulled into a blurb on a Netgalley email but that’s exactly what happened with Emily Barr’s The Truth and Lies of Ella Black.  Although the beginning threw me a bit, once I got further into the story, the more I…

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Are you looking for something to read with your children/grandchildren?  No Oscar, NO! by Rose Hannah Button might just be what you’re looking for. Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 18238.0 KB Print Length: 39 pages Language: English ASIN: B078WPGKB2   Oscar the dog is ever so naughty; eating everyone’s dinner,…

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It was my birthday on Sunday and I wanted to see the current exhibition, A Question of Guilt : A Crime Writer’s Collection at Russell Cotes.  It sounded fun : ‘A Question of Guilt: A Crime Writer’s Collection’ features the private collection of crime writer…

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I’m delighted to be taking part in the blog tour for Linda Ferreri’s The Matter of the Crown, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.   Find out which character Linda Ferreri would choose to be, her inspiration for writing and what has been the best part…

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Chloe Mayer’s debut, The Boy Made of Snow is a stunner.  One not to be missed!     Hardcover: 336 pages Publisher: W&N; 01 edition (2 Nov. 2017) Language: English ISBN-10: 147460479X ISBN-13: 978-1474604796 In a sleepy English village in 1944, Annabel and her son Daniel live in the shadow…

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I’m delighted to be taking part in the blog tour today, sharing my thoughts on Laura Madeleine’s third novel, The Secrets Between Us. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed those two previous novels (The Confectioner’s Tale, Where the Wild Cherries Grow) so I think it’s fair to say…

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I’m delighted to be taking part in a blog tour today, shining the spotlight on Sun Chara’s Recluse Millionaire, Reluctant Bride organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.  Available in digital format now with paperback publishing 22nd February.   Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 1467.0 KB Print Length: 180 pages…

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I do enjoy looking back on my blogging year and 2017 was no exception. Colour seems to be as important to you as it is for me because the most popular post for the year was Brighten your Life with SS17 Colours.  Other popular posts…

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It’s been quite a while since I read a Katie Fforde novel and an absolute age since I took time out to read during the day on a weekend so I was looking forward to snuggling up (or is it snuggling down?) and delving into…

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