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Book Review: Magic For Liars By Sarah Gailey

Magic For Liars is a book that I'd heard quite a lot of buzz around within the book community and I was therefore thrilled to be gifted a copy to read, plus a stunning little pin badge to match. Unfortunately, due to some family health issues this book has had to sit patiently on my… Continue reading Book Review: Magic For Liars By Sarah Gailey

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Anticipated Reads For Autumn & Winter 2019

I've always been an avid reader and if you are a regular reader of my blog then you'll know they are something which feature heavily. However, over the Summer months my thirst for reading has increased ten-fold and I have been devouring books at a rate of knots! I put this increase in part down… Continue reading Anticipated Reads For Autumn & Winter 2019

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Book Review: The Things I Know By Amanda Prowse

Last year I had the pleasure of reading  The Coordinates Of Loss By Amanda Prowse  and I absolutely fell in love with the writing style. Despite making a promise to myself to indulge in some of her other novels a stacked TBR pile has meant I haven't had the chance, so when Amanda contacted me offering… Continue reading Book Review: The Things I Know By Amanda Prowse

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Book Review: The Children Of Lir By Marion Grace Woolley

I'm thrilled to be hosting the Blog Tour for newly released novel The Children of Lir by Marion Grace Woolley and today it's finally my turn to share my own thoughts! Check out all the must-know info about this new release along with my full review below - enjoy! About The Book A curse that… Continue reading Book Review: The Children Of Lir By Marion Grace Woolley

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Cover Reveal: The Christmas Calendar Girls By Samantha Tonge

I have a real treat for you today as I've been asked to participate in the cover reveal for Samantha Tonge's new Christmas themed book. It's a double whammy for me as I not only love Christmas but am a massive fan of Samantha's books and I can't wait to read and review this new… Continue reading Cover Reveal: The Christmas Calendar Girls By Samantha Tonge

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Book Review: What Happens Now? By Sophia Money-Coutts

Last Summer I had the pleasure of reading Sophia Money-Coutts' debut novel The Plus One which I adored. Having fallen in love with Sophia's writing style and her her first book ticking all those must-have chick lit boxes ,I've been awaiting another novel's appearance on the horizon. Fast-forward to a earlier this year and I… Continue reading Book Review: What Happens Now? By Sophia Money-Coutts

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Book Review: Blood Awakens By Jessaca Willis

It's Day Five of the tour for Jessaca Willis' debut novel Blood Awakens and finally I get my turn to share my thoughts on this post-apocalyptic novel. If you fancy checking out the rest of the stops on this week long tour check out my blog post has links to every participant. About The Book… Continue reading Book Review: Blood Awakens By Jessaca Willis

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Blog Tour: Blood Awakens By Jessaca Willis

I'm absolutely thrilled to be organising the forthcoming Blog Tour for the debut novel by Jessaca Willis, Blood Awakens. It's the first book in a brand new post-apocalyptic series and I have lined up a fabulous squad of Book Bloggers who will be sharing a range of posts including reviews, excepts and interviews over the… Continue reading Blog Tour: Blood Awakens By Jessaca Willis

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Erotica For Coffee Lovers: A Proclivity To Prurience By Cheryl Butler

Today's post is something a little different from my run of the mill book reviews as I have the pleasure of sharing an excerpt from Cheryl Butler's debut novel. A Proclivity To Prurience is the first in the Obsession Trilogy and with the second offering due for release soon it's the perfect time to acquaint… Continue reading Erotica For Coffee Lovers: A Proclivity To Prurience By Cheryl Butler

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Book Review: Helping To Keep Shakespeare Alive With Ian Doescher

Recently I stumbled upon a debate on Breakfast TV discussing the relevance of William Shakespeare on the school syllabus and if his works should be replaced with something deemed more ‘modern’. Having studied both Drama and English Literature at GCSE & A-Level I am familiar with a large number of his plays and sonnets, all… Continue reading Book Review: Helping To Keep Shakespeare Alive With Ian Doescher