I’m delighted to be welcoming Martine McDonagh today to chat about her third novel, Narcissism for Beginners.  Martine is sharing with us the inspiration for her novel,  research and travel, her thoughts on movie adaptations and much more!  If you’re a UK resident you’ll love…

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I’m delighted to be taking part in the blog tour today for Cristina Hodgson’s debut A Little of Chantelle Rose, organised by Jenny at Neverland Blog Tours.     Find out who Cristina would cast if A Little of Chantelle Rose was optioned for a…

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I’m taking part in a blog tour today with my review of Ginny Moon by debut author Benjamin Ludwig.  This is a story that you can’t help but be affected by. I also have a giveaway for one lucky UK blog reader!   Publisher: HQ (1…

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Welcome back to Stationery Love – the series where people share their love of all things stationery with us. I have two guests today … I first ‘met’ Joanna Gawn as a healer and when she went on to write with Ron Dickerson and become…

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I’m delighted to be welcoming Anne Goodwin’s return to Jera’s Jamboree as she tours for her second novel, Underneath.  Anne was in my hot seat answering questions last year for her debut Sugar Snails and today, she’s sharing a guest post related to her new novel.…

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I had such an awesome afternoon at Choc Lit on Tour on 20th May at the Sea City Museum in Southampton.  Not only did I finally get to meet my blogging buddy Kate from V Family Fun but also catch up with authors I’ve met before…

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A couple of months ago I reviewed June McLeod’s Colour Psychology Today as well as sharing with you my own love of colour (newsflash … I’ve recently enrolled in a colour therapy diploma course … watch this space!).  Colour affects every area of our lives including the…

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Lindsay from Bookboodle and myself have decided it’s time that Talk of the Town has a break.  After all, you’ve much better things to do with your time over the summer 🙂  Hopefully we’ll be back for the Autumn but in the meantime, stay in touch…

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