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I’ve got a brilliant giveaway for anyone who enjoys audiobooks today or for anyone who doesn’t usually listen but fancies giving them a try. So really, it’s just a great giveaway! For your chance to win a audiobook copy of The Blue Bench by Paul Marriner, all you have to do is comment either on … More #TheBlueBench by Paul Marriner #audiobook #giveaway @marriner_p #randomthingstours
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I’m joined today by Allan Martin, author of The Peat Dead. I have just finished reading the book so I’m adding a few brief thoughts before we get on to finding out more about Allan. The Peat Dead is a crime novel set on the Hebridean island of Islay, which is pronounced as if there … More #AuthorInTheSpotlight Allan Martin #ThePeatDead #review @AllanMartinAuth @ThunderpointLtd
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I’m rounding off the blogtour for A Perfect Cornish Summer with my review today. Cornwall is a popular setting for books and it’s not surprising really. It’s such a beautiful part of the country and always seems to me to have a strong sense of community. I’ve only been once on holiday for a week … More A Perfect Cornish Summer by @PhillipaAshley #review @avonbooksUK
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I do rather enjoy Indian food and am pleased to be taking part in the blog tour for Rinku Bhattacharya’s Spices and Seasons today. Rinku has kindly allowed me a share a recipe with you today, a recipe for the rather delicious sounding Masala Sunshine Cornbread. Read on to find out more about the book, … More Spices and Seasons by Rinku Bhattacharya #recipe @Wchestermasala @rararesources
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From the very beginning of this book, I was captivated. A good prologue should catch your interest, ask you questions, then leave you hanging. The prologue in this book certainly does that. Who was the woman in bed with her lover? Whose was the wedding dress hanging up in another room across town? And why … More The Glittering Hour by Iona Grey #review @iona_grey @simonschusterUK
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I’m delighted to be kicking off the blog tour for Hunter’s Force, the third in Val Penny’s Edinburgh Crime Mysteries series. I must just say how much I love the atmospheric covers of her books. Val has kindly written a piece especially for my blog explaining the various different reasons why authors might choose to … More Hunter’s Force by Val Penny #guestpost @valeriepenny @crookedcatbooks #lovebookstours
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The Liberty Girls by Fiona Ford was published just this week and follows the lives and loves of the women who work at Liberty’s during the Second World War. I’ve read so many lovely reviews for this book that I’m really sorry that it’s another I would love to have read but just couldn’t fit … More The Liberty Girls by Fiona Ford #guestpost @fionajourno @arrowpublishing
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Today’s Author in the Spotlight is Isabelle Moss whose erotic love story Eros and the Magician was published earlier this month. You’ll find a buying link at the very bottom of the page. Thanks for joining me today Isabelle. First of all, can you tell me what inspired you to start writing? I wanted to … More #AuthorInTheSpotlight Isabelle Moss @IsabelleMoss20
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I’m pleased to be taking part in the blogtour for Moira Forsyth’s latest novel, Tell Me Where You Are. I’m really disappointed not to have been able to fit this into my reading schedule as I’m sure I would enjoy it. Another for the to-be-read list! Anyway, I have an extract of the book to … More Tell Me Where You Are by Moira Forsyth #extract @sandstonepress @moira_forsyth @RKBookPublicist
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This is an epic novel spanning an entire century, inspired by the courage of Grace Darling and one of those she saved from the wreck of the Forfarshire in 1838, Sarah Dawson. In 1938, Matilda is also drawing on her courage and crossing the Atlantic to face the unknown staying with her distant relative Harriet … More The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by @HazelGaynor #review @HarperCollinsUK
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