Category: Book Blog

My life this week with books. #SundaySharing #BookTalk #BookBloggingBelles

💫 Welcome Happy Sunday, I am trying to inject myself into my social media platforms and capturing my bookish life as I live it. Making it less stress inducing to have the perfect grid on Instagram and being more real. So I thought on a Sunday I would do a little round up of my week.

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Possessed by Peter Laws @revpeterlaws @AllisonandBusby #Coverreveal

💫 Welcome Today I am sharing the cover for Peter Laws soon to be released Possessed. I saw it on Facebook and loved it. 💫  Possessed by Peter Laws When an unidentified and blood-soaked man is discovered with the name Baal-Berith scored into his flesh, Professor Matt Hunter is called in by the bewildered local police.

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Black Summer by @MWCravenUK #Bookreview #PoeandTilly @bethwright26 @TheCrimeVault

Black Summer by M.W. Craven Jared Keaton, chef to the stars. Charming. Charismatic. Psychopath . . . He’s currently serving a life sentence for the brutal murder of his daughter, Elizabeth. Her body was never found and Keaton was convicted largely on the testimony of Detective Sergeant Washington Poe. So when a young woman staggers

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Oron Amular: The Call of the Mountain by Michael J Harvey @WorldofAstrom @malcolmdown @LoveBooksGroup @Lovebookstours

Oron Amular: The Call of the Mountain by Michael J Harvey The news goes far and wide. The Keeper of the Mountain has broken his long silence. Oron Amular, home of the fabled League of Wizardry, had been lost to mortal memory, but suddenly the legends are awakening again. Lords and princes, heroes and wanderers,

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The Drop Pot Man by K Saunders #KSaunders @Lovebooksgroup @LovebooksTours

The Drop Pot Man by K Saunders At first glance it appears to be a straightforward shooting accident… After ten years with the Greater Manchester Police, Detective Inspector Clare Morell thought she’d seen a lot of baffling cases; but newly assigned to deep in the heart of the West Country, she finds herself in an

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Board by David C. Flanagan @DaveFlanagan67 @FledglingPress #Boardthebook

Board by David C. Flanagan David Flanagan came from a long line of seafarers and thought learning to surf would be easy, despite the fact he was scared of the ocean and fast approaching middle age. As a journalist living in an island community, he had intended to write a light-hearted account of his progress

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The Fright Before Christmas by @JDWhitelaw13 @urbanebooks @samaritans

Christmas gift in memory of Dan Proops Every six seconds Samaritans responds to a call for help. No judgement. No pressure. They are there for anyone who needs someone. This year we lost the wonderful writer and friend Dan Proops. And we feel that loss every day. Like us, Dan’s fellow author,  Jonathan Whitelaw, wanted to do something

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The Posthumous Adventures of Harry Whittaker by Bobbie Darbyshire @BobbieDar @sandstonepress #BookReview

The Posthumous Adventures of Harry Whittaker by Bobbie Darbyshire When Harry Whittaker, much loved star of stage and screen, dies suddenly of a heart attack, he finds himself still in this world. Trapped in a bizarre afterlife, he struggles to free himself. Meanwhile, his estranged son Richard is also trying to escape – from his

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