BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Beautiful Side of the Moon by Leye Adenle

This beautiful, unusual fairy tale is extremely different and came as a very pleasant surprise! Roald Dahl said that those who don't believe in magic will never find it. Osaterin is just a regular guy living in Lagos, and the idea of magic is not one that crosses his mind often, if ever. He works … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Beautiful Side of the Moon by Leye Adenle

BOOK REVIEW – The Accident by Gail Schimmel

It's not often that you get to read a book that manages to be heartwarming, amusing, annoying and heartbreaking all at once. Gail Schimmel cleverly encapsulates all of these elements in perfect balance. The story centres around Catherine, Julia, Claire and Daniel, and is told from their alternating perspectives. Claire and Daniel are married, Julia … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Accident by Gail Schimmel

BOOK REVIEW – The Two Hearts of Eliza Bloom by Beth Miller

I have to be completely honest ... I'm really not sure about this one!! I don't think I've ever been so unsure about how I feel about a book. I didn't dislike it, but I didn't love it. I found parts of it to be rather distasteful and I know for sure that many people … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Two Hearts of Eliza Bloom by Beth Miller

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Strawberry Thief by Joanne Harris

The compelling new Chocolat novel, published 20 years after Joanne’s Harris’s original bestseller Vianne Rocher has finally settled down.  Lansquenet-sous-Tannes, the place that once rejected her, has become her home.  With Rosette, her “special child”, she runs her chocolate shop in the square, talks to her friends on the river, is part of the community. … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – The Strawberry Thief by Joanne Harris

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Crow’s Cottage (Where The Dead Walk – Book 2) by John Bowen

I'm so excited to be kicking off the Blog Tour for the second of John Bowen's 'Where The Dead Walk' books! This one's titled 'Crow's Cottage', named for the place of interest that the TV crew is invited to investigate. Steeped in mystery and a history of occult activity, the team are thrown into an … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Crow’s Cottage (Where The Dead Walk – Book 2) by John Bowen

BLOG TOUR REVIEW: If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman

What a beautiful book! Heartbreaking ... but so, so beautiful! Audrey is terminally ill and moves in with her daughter, single mom Jess, and teenage granddaughter Mia. It was a difficult choice deciding who she should live with, Jess or her other daughter Lily, especially as the two haven't spoken for 30 years! But eventually, … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW: If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman

BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – Death’s Dark Veil by Patricia Dixon

I love these books where the house itself is so dark and chilling that it's actually a fully-fledged character itself. Here, the house seems to brood and shift at will, taking on the moods of its inhabitants. It's very creepy and adds to the undercurrent of dread that runs through the entire book. Headstrong, independent … Continue reading BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – Death’s Dark Veil by Patricia Dixon

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – One Summer’s Night by Kiley Dunbar

It's the start of the blog tour for this absolutely delightful book, that I would recommend to everyone as a fabulous feel-good read! Kelsey Anderson finds herself in a bit of a rut. She's just lost the dead-end job that she loved in a camera emporium that's been forced to close down, and her long-term … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – One Summer’s Night by Kiley Dunbar

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Inceptio by Alison Morton

"A must-read for fans of Manda Scott and Kate Mosse” – Lisa Redmond, Madwoman in the Attic blog INCEPTIO plunges you into a 21st century Roman world. Apart from kidnapping, heartache and a close encounter with Latin grammar, New Yorker Karen Brown must contend with a fascinating, but arrogant, Praetorian special forces officer. And a … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Inceptio by Alison Morton