Playdate by Alex Dahl #BookReview

Today, I have the pleasure of sharing my review of Playdate by Alex Dahl as part of the Blog Tour with Midas PR – thank you so much for my space on the tour and also for my gifted copy of this brilliant book. The blurb … Have you seen Lucia Blix? Lucia went homeContinue reading “Playdate by Alex Dahl #BookReview”

Small Sacrifices by L.E. Luttrell #BookReview

I am pleased to be sharing my review of Small Sacrifices with you today as part of the blog tour with Rachel’s Random Resources. Thank you so much to Rachel and the author for my space on the tour and for my gifted copy of the book. The blurb … Be careful what you wishContinue reading “Small Sacrifices by L.E. Luttrell #BookReview”

The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley #BookReview

Hello and welcome to my blog where today I have the pleasure in sharing my review of The Life We Almost Had as part of the Random Things Tours blog tour. Thank you so much to the author and Random Things Tours for my space on the tour and also for my gifted copy ofContinue reading “The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley #BookReview”

Green Hands by Barbara Whitton #BookReview

Today it’s my turn on the blog tour with Random Things Tours for this wonderful story, which is the latest in the Imperial War Museum – Wartime Classics series and was published on 3rd September 2020. The blurb … It is 1943, and a month into their service as Land Girls, Bee, Anne and PaulineContinue reading “Green Hands by Barbara Whitton #BookReview”

The Beast and the Bethany by Jack Meggitt-Phillips #BookReview

Hello and welcome back to my blog where today I am part of The Write Reads blog tour for this weird and wonderful new children’s book from Jack Meggit-Phillips which is published by Egmont on 1st October. Thank you all for having me on the tour and for my gifted e-book 💚 Even more excitingContinue reading “The Beast and the Bethany by Jack Meggitt-Phillips #BookReview”

The Summer of Madness by Alexander Raphael #BookReview

The blurb … In the summer of love, or rather of madness, a whole set of stories are emerging. But there is one that has got everyone talking. When Kurt Vannes decides to win back his ex-girlfriend with the help of a literary classic, he sets off a string of events that will build to a dramaticContinue reading “The Summer of Madness by Alexander Raphael #BookReview”

Other Girls Like Me by Stephanie Davies #BlogTour

Hello and welcome back to my blog where today I have the pleasure of sharing an extract with you from Stephanie Davies’ inspirational new book Other Girls Like Me, a fascinating and lyrical coming of age memoir about a woman’s experiences at Greenham Common The blurb … Till now, Stephanie has done her best toContinue reading “Other Girls Like Me by Stephanie Davies #BlogTour”

Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld

The blurb … ‘Awfully opinionated for a girl’ is what they call Hillary as she grows up in her Chicago suburb. Smart, diligent, and a bit plain, that’s the general consensus. Then Hillary goes to college, and her star rises. At Yale Law School, she continues to be a leader— and catches the eye of driven, handsome and charismaticContinue reading “Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld”