Source: Blog Tour


Blog Tour : Two Kinds of Blood by Jane Ryan

Blog Tour : Two Kinds of Blood by Jane Ryan

June 19, 2020 Book review 4 ★★★★½

I’m delighted to be joining this blog tour organised by Random Things Tour today with my review of Two Kinds of Blood by Jane Ryan. Last year I devoured 47 Seconds, and this follow up was every bit as good, and kept me up half the night reading. But I’ve… Read more »

Blog Tour: All The Rage by Cara Hunter

Blog Tour: All The Rage by Cara Hunter

February 1, 2020 Book review 1

All The Rage by Cara Hunter was the first book I started in 2020, and what a great way to read myself into a new decade. Because this police procedural series set in Oxford with it’s quirky format and engaging characters is one you need to get on board with… Read more »

Blog Tour: Broken Souls by Patricia Gibney

Blog Tour: Broken Souls by Patricia Gibney

October 22, 2019 Blog Tour, Book review 3 ★★★★½

After devouring books one to six in the fabulous Lottie Parker Series by Patricia Gibney earlier this year, I’ve been eagerly anticipating Broken Souls to see what happens next. Huge thanks to Bookouture for allowing me participate in the blog tour. My thoughts on Broken Souls If you know me,… Read more »

Blog Tour: A Modern Family by  Helga Flatland

Blog Tour: A Modern Family by Helga Flatland

June 8, 2019 Book review 0 ★★★★

I’m excited to join today’s blog tour with a book that floored me with originality, thought-provoking ideas, and an intriguing family to navigate the roadmap of life with.  That book is A Modern Family by Helga Flatland. Thanks to Orenda Books for letting me participate in this blog tour, and for… Read more »

Blog Tour: The Blue Bench by Paul Marriner

Blog Tour: The Blue Bench by Paul Marriner

May 22, 2019 Blog Tour, Book review 4 ★★★★

The Blue Bench by Paul Marriner is no lighthearted, fun read. What it is instead is a beautifully written book depicting the long-lasting horrors of war. Long after the last shot is fired, the damage blasts on and on through the lives of the soldiers and their families. Thanks to Random… Read more »