BLOG TOUR – Elodie’s Library of Second Chances by Rebecca Raisin

Ellie Astor is the face of her family's media empire. She spends most evenings on a red carpet, and most days with a team of people preparing her to be camera ready. To the world she looks like she has it all - well, truthfully she does ... fame, fortune, recognition, and the expectation that... Continue Reading →

BOOKS ON TOUR – The Locked Away Life by Drew Davies

Once in a while, a book comes along that's just completely different from anything else. It can't be classified into any genre, or have any sort of label slapped on it. But it makes the reader think, and smile, shed a tear or two, possibly spend some time reminiscing on their own life, trying to... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW – Madwoman by Louisa Treger

Based on the true story of Nellie Bly, the first female investigative journalist, this incredible work of historical fiction is one that's bound to stay with you long after you've turned the final page. The story begins in the late 1800's and we meet Elizabeth Cochran, fondly known as 'Pink', a determined, headstrong nine-year-old who... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Lodger by Valerie Keogh

You know that saying, "No good deed goes unpunished"? This was a recurring thought in the back of my mind throughout this book, as one thing after another goes wrong for main character Leigh Simon after she kindly offers a room in her home to Gina, the barista at the coffee shop that she frequents... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Other Girlfriend by Alex Stone

Lizzie and Tom have been best friends since childhood. They grow up together with similar hopes and dreams for their future, until one day when they're not kids any more, Lizzie realizes that she'd like to be more than just 'friends'. Whether Tom notices that Lizzie's feelings towards him have changed is irrelevant, because he's... Continue Reading →

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