Category: Book Review

Blog Tour: The Pact by Amy Heydenrich

*  Thank you to Zaffree Books for sending me a gifted copy of this book in return for an honest review. Title: The Pact Author: Amy Heydenrych Publication date: 28 November 2019 My rating: ★★★★☆ Goodreads rating: 380 Pages: 480 Genre: Fiction, thriller Synopsis: What if a prank leads to murder? When

Blog Tour: Stay Mad, Sweetheart by Heleen Kist

Good morning my loves! I am super excited today to be sharing my review of Stay Mad, Sweetheart by Heleen Kist as part of the blog tour run by the lovely folk at Red Dog Press. I suppose I have Danielle to thank for this one, as she was shouting

Review: Breaking and Mending by Joanna Cannon

Good morning my loves! Today is my first post with me attempting to get back in to the swing of things blogging wise, so I thought I’d start of with something that I really enjoy doing – writing reviews for books that I absolutely loved. Today’s review is Breaking and

Blog Tour: The Bowery Slugger by Leopold Borstinski

Good afternoon my loves! I hope you’re having a good day so far. Monday hey, comes around mighty quick doesn’t it! Today’s post, as I am sure you have guessed, is my stop on the blog tour for The Bowery Slugger by Leopold Borstinski. If you know me, you know I

September/October 2019 Wrap-Up

Good morning my loves! I hope you’ve had a good weekend! As I am writing this, it is Thursday and the weather is atrocious. I have very little planned for the weekend except pottering around the house. This has been my first week back in work after being off ill

Blog Tour: The Art of Murder by J S Strange

Good afternoon my loves, Today is going to be a super fun post for me. As a Welsh blogger, I always get a little sad that the publishers that I am lucky enough to work with on a regular basis are all based in London (and occasionally elsewhere in England).

Blog Tour: Things We Didn’t Talk About When I Was a Girl by Jeannie Vanasco

Good morning my loves! Today, I don’t want to say an exciting post, because this one is one of the most heartbreaking yet necessary books that I have ever read and had a deeply profound. I was lucky enough to be sent a proof of this in preparation for the

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