Betrayal and Heartbreak | The Returning Tide by Liz Fenwick

If you’re a regular blog reader you will know I am a fan of Liz Fenwick’s writing.  I know it puts an author under pressure when their readers’ have high expectations for their next release but Liz Fenwick has no need to be anxious about The Returning Tide.  In my opinion, this is Liz’ best yet.  The moral dilemma still has me thinking, days after I’ve finished reading.  What if? Publishing…

Non Fiction | Colour Psychology Today by June Macleod

Today I’m sharing my thoughts on June Macleod’s Colour Psychology Today.  If you follow my blog or my social media channels you will realise how I feel about colour (those freezing fog days nearly broke me – all that grey!).  In the distant past I have delivered sessions for mental health patients around colour and how it affects mood.  One of my all time favourite websites is Design Seeds where…

Children’s Fiction | The Goldfish Boy by Lisa Thompson

The Goldfish Boy is one of those novels that I think everyone should read.  Known as the ‘secret illness,’ debut author Lisa Thompson brings the reality of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder to the public in a way that can be understood by all.  She demystifies through main character Matthew and I can guarantee you will take Matthew to heart as much as I did.   Paperback: 400 pages Age Range: 9 –…

High Fantasy | Ashael Rising | Q&A Shona Kinsella

I’m delighted to be taking part in the blog tour today for Shona Kinsella’s high fantasy debut, Ashael Rising, organised by Jenny at Neverland Blog Tours. Shona is chatting to us today about research, which character she would be and more.  There’s a fabulous tourwide giveaway too so don’t miss out!   Shona Kinsella is a fantasy author who lives near the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, in the…