Guest Reviewby Tanua Kaanta All That Fall by Kris Calvin First, let me say that I love crime shows. I love Law and Order and Criminal Minds and well, anything you can think of that involves solving crimes. Although strangely, reading books in this genre is not typically my bag. However, I may have to … Continue reading All That Fall by Kris Calvin
1972 RELIEF When Jory opens the curtains, the day is light and grey, the radio playing a half-known song. He listens to the news, about a girl who’s gone missing from a bus stop up north, and drinks from a mug of brown tea. Poor Mother’s beside herself – well, she would be. Short hair, … Continue reading The Lamplighters by Emma Stonex #Excerpt
Vile by Keith Crawford Elianor Paine is a Magistrate of the Peace in the Kingdom of Trist and a republican secret agent. She has 6 days to subvert her investigation, supplant war-hero Lord Vile, then coerce his adult children to start a revolution, before her masters discover the truth and have her killed. Just how … Continue reading Vile by Keith Crawford #bookreview @keithcrawford77
Meet me in Hawaii by Georgia Toffolo Where an ocean of love awaits Malie Pukui doesn’t believe in happy ever after. After a tragedy caused her to flee her family and friends in Devon she found a fresh start in Hawaii. Here, working at a surf school, she can give back to those in need … Continue reading Meet Me in Hawaii by Georgia Toffolo @MillsandBoon @ToffTalks #Bookreview #Booktour #Meetmeseries #Hawaii #Bookcommunity #Readers
HOWUL by David Shannon
Books are dangerous
People in Blanow think that books are dangerous: they fill your head with drivel, make poor firewood and cannot be eaten (even in an emergency).
This book is about Howul. He sees things differently: fires are dangerous; people are dangerous; books are just books.
Howul secretly writes down what goes on around him in Blanow. How its people treat foreigners, treat his daughter, treat him. None of it is pretty. Worse still, everything here keeps trying to kill him: rats, snakes, diseases, roof slates, the weather, the sea. That he survives must mean something. He wants to find out what. By trying to do this, he gets himself thrown out of Blanow… and so his journey begins.
Like all gripping stories, HOWUL is about the bad things people do to each other and what to do if they happen to you. Some…
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Ajax (Alpha Heroes Book 1) by Anna Del Mar He’s a former Navy SEAL, haunted by his past.She’s the only woman who can help him redeem his honor.But will they be able to overcome the mayhem of his previous life, and set themselves free from the darkness? Review by Kim Livingston for Love Books Group … Continue reading Ajax (Alpha Heroes Book 1) by Anna Del Mar #bookreview @klnovels
Set My Heart To Five by Simon Stephenson Set in a 2054 where humans have locked themselves out of the internet and Elon Musk has incinerated the moon, Set My Heart To Five is the hilarious yet profoundly moving story of one android’s emotional awakening. Unhappy with his programmed job of dentistry and inspired by a love … Continue reading Set My Heart To Five by Simon Stephenson #booktour #bookreview @amberachoudhary @midaspr
Slatehead: The Ascent of Britain's Slate-climbing Scene by Peter Goulding Bobby Drury left Liverpool after O-levels, knowing he had f***ed them up. Free now, he hitched to Snowdonia. His mum came crying on the phone, 'You've failed them all.' Bobby knew that. 'No, Mum, I've led Vector.' This was Thatcher's lost generation. The slate quarries were … Continue reading Slatehead: The Ascent of Britain’s Slate-climbing Scene by Peter Goulding @Flatlandclimber @newwelshreview #interview
Follow Me Darkly by Helen Hardt She’s a take-charge woman. But he’s a master of control. Skye Manning knows what she wants. Her job as assistant and photographer for a major social media influencer isn’t perfect, but it’s a rung on the ladder to bigger and better things. She’s confident she’ll one day take feature … Continue reading Follow Me Darkly by Helen Hardt @helenhardt #Interview
Delighted to reveal the cover of Freckles by Cecelia Ahern. I cannot wait to review Freckles on the website. Huge congrats Cecelia, it is so pretty. https://videopress.com/v/ukW2v762?preloadContent=metadata Pre-order your copy here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cecelia-Ahern-Untitled-Novel-2/dp/0008194920/ref=as_li_ss_tl?keywords=cecelia+ahern&qid=1597746370&sr=8-7&linkCode=sl1&tag=harperfiction-social-21&linkId=8ced637405c63470f6efe98cc3d97f52&language=en_GB