BLOG TOUR – A Convenient Marriage by Jeevani Charika

I do love the way Jeevani Charika writes. There is such an open honesty in her characters. I so enjoyed her previous book, This Stolen Life, and when I was offered the chance to join the blog tour for her next book, A Convenient Marriage, I didn't hesitate. There are some similarities between the books: … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – A Convenient Marriage by Jeevani Charika

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – My Mother’s Silence by Lauren Westwood

When Skye and her twin sister Ginny were 20 years old, they had their bright future planned: they were going to get out of their small Scottish town of Eilean Shiel, and they were heading off to America in search of fame. They had talent and youth on their side, and stars in their eyes … Continue reading BOOKS-ON-TOUR – My Mother’s Silence by Lauren Westwood

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Wish List of Albie Young by Ruby Hummingbird

Happy publication to Ruby Hummingbird for this gem of a book! If ever there was a story to remind us not to wait to tell the people in our lives that we love them but to do it right now, then this is most definitely the book! It's a book about missed opportunities, 'what if's', … Continue reading BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Wish List of Albie Young by Ruby Hummingbird

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Child of Auschwitz by Lily Graham

It's a fact one cannot even fathom: babies were born in Auschwitz! How many actually survived the brutal, inhumane conditions of a death camp - a place where lives were intended to end, not begin - if they weren't murdered immediately after birth, is literally a handful! The Child of Auschwitz is a historical novel; … Continue reading BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Child of Auschwitz by Lily Graham

BLOG TOUR – Mother and Child by Annie Murray #LoveBooksTours @AMurrayWriter @panmacmillan

All proceeds from the sale of this book go towards the Bhopal Medical appeal - which provides free treatment for victims of both the Bhopal gas leak in 1984 and the toxic water left by the Union Carbide Corporation (now owned by DowDuPont). More on this later, and more information is available on the author's … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – Mother and Child by Annie Murray #LoveBooksTours @AMurrayWriter @panmacmillan

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Paris Girl by Natalie Meg Evans

Can we please all first just take a moment to admire the stunning cover of this book? Right ... done? We can move on then ... Born into Russian royalty, Tatiana Vytenis and her family are forced to flee their homeland. Together with her mother, sister, brother-in-law and young niece she has made a life … Continue reading BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Paris Girl by Natalie Meg Evans

BOOKS ON TOUR – A View Across the Rooftops by Suzanne Kelman

There are some books for which a 5-star rating just isn't sufficient - A View Across the Rooftops is one of those books! It's not 'just another war book'; not 'just another Holocaust story'. No story about war is ever entirely one of fiction and in that respect, this book too draws heavily on fact, … Continue reading BOOKS ON TOUR – A View Across the Rooftops by Suzanne Kelman

BLOG TOUR – The Family Gift by Cathy Kelly

Thrilled to be on the blog tour today on what is PUBLICATION DAY for Cathy Kelly's 20th novel! Yes!! Can you believe it? This fabulous author has hit this incredible milestone and here's hoping that it's only onwards and upwards from here. I've been reading and enjoying her books for as long as I can … Continue reading BLOG TOUR – The Family Gift by Cathy Kelly

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Bollywood Wives by Alex Khan

I had the privilege of reading this little gem when it was initially published in February this year. But today it's out in PAPERBACK!!! So, congratulations to Alex Khan for PB #PublicationDay!! And I'm thrilled to be able to Re-Blog my review for another blog tour. Wishing you much success, may your books - with … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Bollywood Wives by Alex Khan

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Last Wife by Nicola Marsh

I couldn't put this one down! What a delicious read, filled with secrets and suspicion! It's a known fact that when you marry, you don't just marry your partner, but their entire family too. With Ria, that's certainly the case when she marries into the eminent Parker family. Having grown up in the foster system, … Continue reading BOOKS-ON-TOUR – The Last Wife by Nicola Marsh