BLOG TOUR – Children of Sinai by Shelley Clarke

How would you feel if you got caught up in a secret so vast it threatened everything the world had come to believe? That’s what happened to John Milburn, computer science lecturer, orphan, husband and father, who lived an ordinary life in Haverhill, Suffolk, England. That is, until the dreams started… From the idyllic calm... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Am I Guilty by Jackie Kabler

One of those pacey, excellent reads told from varying points of view that you just can't put down until you find out what really happened! Thea - had it all: gorgeous husband Rupert, 8-year-old daughter Millie, baby son, Zander, online business selling baby clothes. Annabelle - married to Greg, 11-year-old son Oliver, 8-year-old daughter Nell... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Bloom Where You’re Planted: Life the Ex-Pat Way by Lasairiona E McMaster

Even if you're never planning on re-locating from your comfortable current abode - read this book! Just because it's so worth reading! And if you are considering a move, to a different country, continent, planet or wherever, then I would insist that this book is compulsory reading! You won't find a more honest, practical, down-to-earth,... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Bridesmaids by Zara Stoneley

Anyone who's ever been involved in planning a wedding, whether it's their own, or a friend or family member's, knows that the final product (everything and everyone looking beautiful, smiles all around, hugs and kisses etc. etc.) certainly doesn't tell the full story! Not by a long shot! Bridesmaids is the story of Rachel's journey... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – A Clean Canvas by Elizabeth Mundy

This was quite a different sort of crime read. Lena (pronounced Lay-na, not Lea-ner to rhyme with cleaner, although she thinks she should have reconsidered naming her business 'Lena's Cleaners) is a bit of an amateur sleuth, by all accounts. However, mostly she's a rather diligent business-woman who runs her own cleaning service. A Hungarian... Continue Reading →

BLOG BLITZ REVIEW – The Pelican by M. Naidoo

Blurb: "Because life is about living..." Julia has never been one to surrender without a fight, but when she receives a devastating diagnosis, she has a decision to make. Even after thirty years, she can still see her mother slowly fading away with every dose of chemo, every round of radiation, and every lost shred... Continue Reading →

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