I am thrilled to be part of the blog tour for the standalone psychological thriller The Lies I Tell by Joel Hames. I loved this thriller set around internet scams, with plenty of tension and a great pace. For more about this great book check out my review […]
What (am I currently reading)? I am currently reading the romantic comedy Lord Seeks Wife by Heather Barnett. Publication date is 2nd August when it will be available in hardback (from Amazon) and ebook formats. The paperback is due out in January of next year. It is published […]
Now up on my book review website is my review of Between the Stops by Sandi Toksvig. I listened to the audiobook version, narrated by Sandi herself, and loved every moment! This memoir is funny, informative and sometimes shocking . Sandi delves into the history of places she […]
I am excited to be part of the Cover Reveal for the thriller/police procedure novel Guilt by Michelle Kidd. Guilt will be published on 10th August 2021 by Question Mark Press Book Blurb Is a killer born…. or created? A missing child. A killer on the loose. A […]
#amreading – What, Why, While : The Lies I Tell by Joel Hames @joel_hames @SpellBoundBks @zooloo2008
What (am I currently reading)? I am currently reading the psychological thriller The Lies I Tell by Joel Hames. This is already available to buy, having been published by Spellbound Books in February 2021. Book Blurb (taken from https://www.spellboundbooks.co.uk/ ) SHE’S WATCHING YOU, BUT WHO’S WATCHING HER? From the […]
Today is Publication Day for Kerry Fisher’s latest novel. Other’s People’s Marriages is about marriage (obviously), friends and life’s changes over the years. 3 friends, 3 marriages – are any of them similar to yours? Other books by Kerry Fisher, that I have read and loved are : […]
It is heartwarming, laugh out loud funny, and very relevant to today’s lives.
This week’s What I have been reading, Why, and what’ve been doing whilst reading, is all about Sandi Toksvig’s Between the Stops, and includes a visit to a Tirolean fortress.
A glitzy fund raising auction and a murder – but who out of all those guests did it?
What (am I currently reading)? I have just started reading Everyday Magic by Charlie Laidlaw. The genre for this is Contemporary/Literary Fiction – I’m hoping for a a witty, uplifting look at human life. Its going well so far, I laughed out loud on page 4 – and […]