Category: Book Chat

These Lost & Broken Things by Helen Fields @Helen_Fields @Wailing_Banshee #BookTalk #TopRelease2020

🍁Welcome I am delighted to bring you a sneak peek of Helen Fields, upcoming title These Lost & Broken Things. Publishing in May 2020, it sounds amazing. Set over two time periods it takes you to Victorian and Edwardian London. I am so excited to read it and it is top of my must reads

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Dead Ringer by Nicola Martin @nmartinwriter @SarabandBooks #BookTalk #TopRead2020

💫 Welcome  Happy Friday, you have made it through the week and now you can relax and look forward to chilling and reading this weekend. I just finished Dead Ringer by Nicola Martin last night. I had to come on today and just scream to the world to read this book. It is genius and

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Which do you prefer? #BookCovers – Dear Mrs Bird by AJ Pearce ##WomensFiction #Books #Scribner #Picador #BookTalk #UKCover #USACover

Today’s choices are for Dear Mrs Bird by AJ Pearce . We have three covers for you to choose from today. I would love to know in the comments below which you prefer. If you want to say why that would be SUPER. The UK Hardcover The USA Hardcover The USA paperback Back of the book

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CymeraFest – Scotland’s Festival of Science Fiction, Fantasy &Horror Writing #Edinburgh 7th – 9th June @CymeraF #readers #bookbloggers

I am so excited to be reviewing the festival with my Love Books Group blogger hat on. If you love Science Fiction, Fantasy or Horror and your in the Edinburgh area on the 7th – 9th of June. Then book your tickets today! A few things to check out are the official website https://www.cymerafestival.co.uk/ and

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#BookBoxReview – My Chronicle Book Box @MyChronicleBB #BookBlog #Giveaway #MyChronicleBookBox

That wonderful time of the month when the My Chronicle Book Box arrives. It is by far my absolute favourite subscription book box. I love the attention to detail and you can genuinely feel the love from each box. These boxes are not mass produced and thrown together any which way. These are wrapped with

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The ‘I should have read that book’ tag #BookTag #BookBlogger #Books #ThursdayBookBlog

This is my first ever book tag feature on the blog. I was inspired by Book Nests post. I have tagged some of my favourite bloggers at the end of this post. Do give them all a follow, they are all true book lovers with super reviews. We’ve all had the thought of, I really

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#BookLaunch – Death of the Plague Museum by @lkauthor @LiamRudden @sandstonepress @cerisanne @Waterstones_Edi #CrimeFiction #WednesdayBlog

On the 18th of April, it was time for the now yearly book launch for Lesley Kelly’s new release. It is a highlight of my own personal bookish calendar year. Chaired by Liam Rudden and held in the beautiful surroundings of Waterstones, book shop in Edinburgh. Here are some photographs from the event. It is

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Death at the Plague Museum by Lesley Kelly @lkauthor @sandstonepress @cerisanne #BookReview

As promised I am here today with my review of Death at the Plague Museum by Lesley Kelly. I highly recommend the new release and I give it five stars. So if you haven’t caught the Lesley Kelly book bug yet isn’t it time you did? Back of the Book  The pandemic is spreading. On

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The Shadow Between Us by Carol Mason @CarolMasonBooks @AmazonPub #Interview #AuthorFeature @Ed_PR

I am delighted to be part of the book blog tour for The Shadow Between Us. Carol Mason stops by today to answer my probing question. As ever, Carol has some questions for YOU. It would be super if you could, please pop your answers in the comment. The Shadow Between Us by Carol Mason

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#InspiredBy Feature with authorPhilip Caveney @philip_caveney @FledglingPress #Fiction #booktalk #Books #Bookblog

 Welcome to Love Books Group Blog Today author Philip Caveney stops by and takes part in my Inspired By feature.   💫 The Calling  A boy wakes up on a train to Edinburgh. He is shocked to discover that no idea who he is or how he came to be on the train – and once off it, he

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