Dystopian YA | Cecelia Ahern | #PerfectlyFlawed

I’m delighted to be the first stop on the blog tour today for Cecelia Ahern’s YA dystopian series. Flawed, the first novel in the series, shows us a society in which perfection is paramount and mistakes are punished.  Published last year it was a 5* read for me.  Before I share information about the sequel, Perfect, I’d like to share some of my thoughts from Flawed.   This was a…

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Contemporary Fiction | Q&A Jami Attenberg | #AllGrownUp

I’m delighted to be taking part in the blog tour for Jami Attenberg’s All Grown Up.  Published by Serpent’s Tail, All Grown up is publishing in digital format and hardcover on 6th April.   Today you’ll get to find out where Jami Attenberg’s favourite places are for inspiration and the authors who influenced her when writing All Grown Up.  There’s also a chance for you to enter a giveaway (UK…

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Gripping Psychological Thrillers | Q&A Sheryl Browne

I’m delighted to have Sheryl Browne back as a guest.    I reviewed Learning to Love in 2014 and have shared book news, excerpts and Sheryl has been in my hot seat.  This is one author I’ve actually met in real time (2012 at LAHE’s A Summer Audience).  As well as being a talented writer in two genres, Sheryl is also genuine, generous and gorgeous (see what I did there …).…

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

Welcome back to the weekly Talk of the Town linky which I co-host with Lindsay from Bookboodle.  If you haven’t joined in before, you can check out all the details of the linky on a separate page and if you have any questions, please ask. Your favourite posts from last week: There were two posts that hit the spot for you last week … Anne from Raisie Bay’s review of The Pirate Craft…

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