Blog Tour Review – Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh

This was my first introduction to legal eagle Eddie Flynn, as I hadn't read the books that came before this one (this works well as a standalone). I'll gladly hunt down those books though! So ... Eddie Flynn ... rather an unconventional and unexpected hero to be honest! From the outset I wasn't quite sure … Continue reading Blog Tour Review – Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh

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BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Separated from the Sea by Amanda Huggins

Thank you so much to Anne Cater and Amanda Huggins for inviting me to participate in the blog tour for this beautiful anthology of short stories. It's not the sort of thing I usually read, but something attracted me to this, and I'm so pleased that I followed my instinct. Synopsis: Crossing oceans from Japan to … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Separated from the Sea by Amanda Huggins

Jan Hendrik Launches ‘JAN the JOURNAL’

Michelin-star chef Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen needs no introduction to the Foodie Brigade! So they'll be thrilled to know that following the success of JAN, his debut television show on VIA (DStv 147) last year, he's now launching a luxury publication called JAN the JOURNAL on May 9, 2018. Like his bestselling recipe books, the … Continue reading Jan Hendrik Launches ‘JAN the JOURNAL’

BOOK REVIEW – The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

With the abundance of Holocaust literature that floods the market today, one can be forgiven to feeling slightly de-sensitised to the horrors that are presented to us in each offering. But every now and then a piece of work comes along to shake us up out of our sensory overload. A book that reminds us … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

COVER REVEAL! NEEDLE SONG by RUSSELL DAY @fahrenheitpress

#NeedleSongBook I'm really excited to be in on today's cover reveal for one of the most anticipated crime thrillers of the year! So ... what's it all about? Book Blurb: Spending the night with a beautiful woman would be a good alibi, if the body in the next room wasn't her husband. Doc Slidesmith has … Continue reading COVER REVEAL! NEEDLE SONG by RUSSELL DAY @fahrenheitpress

BOOK REVIEW – The Vanished Child by M.J. Lee

Jayne Sinclair is a genealogical investigator. She basically traces lost relatives. However, she herself seems somewhat lost. Her husband has left her, and she’s drifting about feeling quite sorry for herself. She is not the strongest protagonist. Her latest case is not helping matters much. Her elderly father’s new wife, Vera, reveals that her own … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Vanished Child by M.J. Lee