Author: Kelly Lacey

#Review ~ Scottish Vegan Festival @scotveganfest @ @Ed_CornExchange #Scottishveganfestival

Today’s festival was held at The Corn Exchange in Edinburgh. With doors opening at 10 am for VIP ticket holders.  A well thought out placement of stalls, gave you plenty of room to work your way around the large room. What a wonderful experience the #ScottishVeganFestival was today. I am not a Vegan but I

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#Theatre #Review: A Number @lyceumtheatre @EdSciFest

6 April 2017 to 15 April 2017 A Number by Caryl Churchill directed by Zinnie Harris “Have you met the others?” Bernard has spent 35 years believing he’s an only child, one of a kind until he learns the chilling truth. He’s one of ‘a number’ of clones resulting from a nefarious genetic experiment. When he confronts his father,

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The Confession Of Stella Moon ~ @PascaleBientot ~ @SarabandBooks #Q&A #Giveaway #RT

1977: A killer is released from prison and returns home to a decaying, deserted boarding house choked with weeds and foreboding. Memories of strange rituals, gruesome secrets and shame hang heavy in the air, exerting a brooding power over young Stella Moon. She is eager to restart her life, but first, she must confront the

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Night Is Watching @lucycameron22 ~ #BT Guest Review By J A Warnock

Can You Feel Your Blood Drain… Couples are being slaughtered in their homes; women drained of blood, men violently beaten.  There are no clues to track the killer, no explanation as to why an increasing amount of blood is being removed from the crime scenes. Detective Sergeant Rhys Morgan is seconded to the ‘Couples Killer’

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The Thief’s Daughter ~ @VickieCornwall #AuthorSpot ~ @ChocLituk #RT

Hide from the thief-taker, for if he finds you, he will take you away … Eighteenth-century Cornwall is crippled by debt and poverty, while the gibbet casts a shadow of fear over the land. Yet, when night falls, free traders swarm onto the beaches and smuggling prospers. Terrified by a thief-taker’s warning as a child,

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The Cavern Beatles @TheBrunton @CAVERN_BEATLES #Review

Take a Magical History Tour through the works of the greatest pop music phenomenon; replicating in sight and sound, the excitement and energy of Beatlemania, the psychedelic era of Sgt. Pepper, and the creative masterpieces of The White Album and Abbey Road. Four costume changes and lighting scenes compliment the changes in musical complexity as

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#Author Special with @SueReidSexton @WaverleyBooks #RT

Sue Reid Sexton lives in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Mavis’s Shoe was the first new Scottish novel to be published simultaneously in Braille and in print. It was Waterstones ‘Book of the Month’, in Waterstones ‘Books of the Year’ list 2011, a Books from Scotland ‘Book of the Month’, and was included in ‘Books to Treasure’

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