Blog Tour Teaser: The Numbers Game – Miles Watson

I’m looking forward to posting my Blog Tour Review for The Numbers Game 14.11.21, I just thought I would post a little tease. Thank you to Blackcoffee Book Tours for my spot on the tour. Here is a little bit about The Numbers Game: Book Information Genre:  Historical fiction Print length: 45 pages AgeContinue reading “Blog Tour Teaser: The Numbers Game – Miles Watson”

Weekly Catch Up: 07.11.21

Here is my weekly post each Sunday to catch up from the week before. I will be sharing what I have been up to, what I have read, am reading and what’s up next along with other weekly catch up news. What I have been up to this week: I was back to work thisContinue reading “Weekly Catch Up: 07.11.21”

Contacts – Mark Watson

I received a copy of ‘Contacts’ by Mark Watson as part of my fiction subscription from Berts Books. I had this book on my to buy list, so I was happy with the choice. This book follows James Chiltern, as he decides it has got to a breaking point and he must end his life.Continue reading “Contacts – Mark Watson”

The Summer the Air Changed – Padgett Gerler

I received a gifted e-book copy of ‘The Summer the Air Changed’ by Padgett Gerler after requesting a copy through Book Sirens. This is a wonderful and beautiful read. This book is set in Lovington, North Carolina and follows the friendship between teenagers Bit and Wisteria. Bit’s best friend leaves town with her family, andContinue reading “The Summer the Air Changed – Padgett Gerler”

Petrichor – Publishing Date 15.10.21

This is just a short post today to say congratulations to Melanie Rees & Hague Publishing on the release of ‘Petrichor’. I was lucky to be able to read an E-ARC copy from Henry Roi PR. I have posted a link to my review below: My rating: 💜💜💜💜 /5 Synopsis from Goodreads: ‘Some things cannotContinue reading “Petrichor – Publishing Date 15.10.21”

No Child of Mine – Olga Gibbs

I received an E-ARC copy of ‘No Child of Mine’ by Olga Gibbs from Book Sirens, after the author requested that I read & give my honest review. This book is a dystopian political thriller, and I found this book amazing. Expected publishing date is 21.10.21. The book is set in the year 2273 whereContinue reading “No Child of Mine – Olga Gibbs”

The Liar’s Child – Sheryl Browne

I received an ARC of ‘The Liar’s Child’ by Sheryl Browne through NetGalley, from Bookouture. This book stood out to me, and I was pleased to be able to read when I got the approval through. The expected publication date is 21/09/21. This book follows Kay, her husband Matt, and their five-year-old daughter Poppy. PoppyContinue reading “The Liar’s Child – Sheryl Browne”

Lucinda Riley – Two Standalone novels

I first started reading Lucinda Riley when my Mum lent me a copy of ‘The Seven Sisters’. Since then, I have been continuing with the Seven Sisters series, but I have also read a couple of her standalone novels too. I was devastated by the announcement of her death earlier this year, all I canContinue reading “Lucinda Riley – Two Standalone novels”

Matilda Windsor is Coming Home – Anne Goodwin

I was lucky to win a signed copy of ‘Matilda Windsor is coming home’ by Anne Goodwin. I won this on twitter from @isabelcostello. This book is narrated by three points of view: 💜 Janice – a young social worker who wants to use her job to set the world to rights. 💜 Henry –Continue reading “Matilda Windsor is Coming Home – Anne Goodwin”

Before I Met You – Lisa Jewell

I received ‘Before I Met You’ by Lisa Jewell as part of my author back-order subscription from @BertsBooks. This was very different to the other Lisa Jewell books I have read before, but it was stunning. This book is set in London and follows two women from Guernsey, Arlette, and her step granddaughter Betty. Arlette’sContinue reading “Before I Met You – Lisa Jewell”

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