Category: Book Spotlight

WE ARE FEMINIST- Foreword by Helen Pankhurst Illustrated by Rebecca Strickson @modernbooks @alisonmenziespr #LoveBooks

| WE ARE FEMINIST An Infographic History of the Women’s Rights Movement Foreword by Helen Pankhurst Illustrated by Rebecca Strickson | Full of facts and figures, snappy quotes, events, infographics, statistics and key dates, We Are Feminist is a visual timeline celebrating 150 years of achievements of feminism. We Are Feminist tells a visual story

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The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez @AuthorAbbyJim @PiatkusBooks

The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez He’s the best man . . . and that’s the problem. Kristen Petersen is perfectly fine. She has friends she’d fight to the death for and the very best dog in the world: Stuntman Mike. In fact, everything’s calm in the world of Kristen, until she starts to plan

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Path to the Sea by Liz Fenwick @liz_fenwick @HQstories @joe_thomas25 #LoveBooks

Path to the Sea by Liz Fenwick I absolutely adore Liz Fenwick’s story building. It was a real delight to be asked to be on the blog tour for The Path to the Sea. Today I have a spotlight for you with a review to follow later this month. Boskenna, the beautiful, imposing house standing

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Uprising (Burning Skies Book 3) by Chris Harris – @vulpine_press #LoveBooks

Uprising (Burning Skies Book 3) by Chris Harris† The invaders are continuing to strengthen their hold over an America still reeling. But in the hills, woods, and countryside small sparks of rebellion are taking hold, fanning the fires of patriotism that will unite the country against a common enemy. Finally free from the clutches of

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The Community by Joe Hakim @JoeHakim_ @Wildpressed #LoveBooksTours #CoverReveal

Today we have the cover reveal for The Community by Joe Hakim. What do you think? The Community A northern coastal city. A sinister, extra-dimensional intelligence is taking hold… Joe Hakim draws the reader into the heart of a disenfranchised community impacted by strange forces beyond its control. A group of friends: separated by time,

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The Tiger Catcher by Paullina Simons @HarperCollinsUK @midaspr

The Tiger Catcher by Paullina Simons Delighted to kick start the book blog tour for The Tiger Catcher. A review will follow on the blog very soon. Be sure to follow the tour and find out more about this beautiful new series. The first novel in a beautiful, heartbreaking new saga from Paullina Simons, the

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Author Nick Quantrill @NickQuantrill Interview

Nick Quantrill Nick Quantrill was born and raised in Hull, an isolated industrial city in East Yorkshire. His trilogy of Private Investigator novels featuring Joe Geraghty are published by Fahrenheit Press and he’s hard at work on a fourth. A prolific short story writer, his work has appeared in various volumes of “The Mammoth Book

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A Perfect Cornish Summer @PhillipaAshley @AvonBooksUK

A Perfect Cornish Summer by Phillipa Ashley The first in a gorgeous new series from the author of Summer at the Cornish Cafe. Summer is on the horizon, and the people of Porthmellow are eagerly awaiting the annual food festival. At least, most of them are… For Sam Lovell, organising the summer festival in her hometown

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A Quarter Past Dead by TP Fielden @TPFielden1 @HQstories @LilyCapewell

Today on Love Books Group we have an exclusive excerpt from TP Fielden’s A Quarter Past Dead. Out now in the usual formats. Back of the book Murder can strike at any hour… It’s the late 1950s in tranquil Temple Regis, Devon. For holidaymakers it’s a glorious time of breathtaking scenery, picnics on beaches, and

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#BookTour Perfect Crime by Helen Fields @Helen_Fields @AvonBooks #CrimeFiction #FridayBookBlog

Today it is our spot on the Perfect Crime book blog tour. My review is not quite ready and I certainly did not want to rush it. The Perfect series is my absolute favourite crime series. I was there for the book launch in Edinburgh of the very first book Perfect Remains and have been

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