BLOG TOUR – By Her Own Design: A Novel of Ann Lowe, Fashion Designer to the Social Register

Once in a while a truly special book comes along that is uniquely astounding in both the historical facts that it reveals and the way in which the story is told. Even though this is a fictionalised account of Ann Lowe's life, one cannot escape the fact that this remarkable woman's life deserves a fitting... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Double Life of Daisy Hemmings by Joanna Nadin

Told in alternate timelines between Cornwall in 1988 and London in 2018, this is a story about the masks we wear, how we go out of our way to change ourselves to please others and how no matter how far we run, and how hard we try to escape ... wherever we go, we take... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – What Eden Did Next by Sheila O’Flanagan

This is the 30th title from Sheila O'Flanagan, well-known, bestselling author of heartwarming stories that have, to date, sold over 9 million copies worldwide. This story revolves around Eden, a young woman who tragically lost her husband Andy, a firefighter, 5 years previously. Newly pregnant at the time, she hadn't even had the opportunity to... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – A Tidy Ending by Joanna Cannon

Linda Hammett lives an unassuming life with her husband Terry. They live on a middle-class estate, where they've been for quite a few years now, only they've recently moved into a different house on the estate. It's similar to their old house in many ways; maybe a tad larger, with one or two tweaks, but... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – Sparks Like Stars by Nadia Hashimi

Nadia Hashimi's books are all deeply evocative, without becoming over-emotional. Her powerful storytelling transports readers into the very heart of her characters so that we're able to truly experience their reality: every challenge, triumph and heartbreak that they go through ... in glorious technicolour! Sparks Like Stars tells the 2-part story of Sitara who spends... Continue Reading →

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