Congratulations to a dear friend of the blog Annemarie Allan. Breaker will be re-released with this gorgeous new cover in 2020. Over the moon and can’t wait to read and review it. Big love Annemarie, it looks beautiful. Tom and Beth are not happy when they move to North Berwick and find themselves facing a
I am SO very excited to tell you about this fantastic release by Pokey Hat. I love the idea of reading a chapter a night on the lead up to Christmas morning. If it’s for your children, nieces and nephews, grandkids or even just for YOURSELF. It is the perfect book to bring on the
Today on the blog we have our spot on the Punch blog tour with an exclusive author feature with Barbara Henderson. Book Synopsis Wrong place. Wrong time. A boy on the run. THE MARKET’S ON FIRE. FIRE! FIRE! THE BOY DID IT! Smoke belches out through the market entrance. And me? I turn and run.
Nailing Jess By Triona Scully Published By Cranachan Publishing 26/06/17 Article By Kelly Well I am overjoyed to be kick starting the Blog Tour party train for Nailing Jess by Triona Scully. It’s published on the 26th of this month by Cranachan Publishing. The Real You Interview with Triona Scully Hello Triona, thank you so
Buy Buy Baby By Helen MacKinven Cranachan Publishing July 2016 Guest Review: J A Warnock The Review If (like me) the thought of really getting inside a woman’s head fills you with abject horror, I suggest you stop reading now. There is absolutely nothing to see here; please move along. I have never before
Part two of my Monday (05/06/1) was spent at the Prestonpans Mining Museum, where Annemarie Allan was taking P7 pupils from Sanderson’s Wynd Primary School on an adventure trail. Showing where she got her inspiration for the book Charlie’s Promise. We were very lucky to see inside the Beam House which is normally closed. It
Today, Monday (05/06/17) I had the pleasure of hearing Author Annemarie Allan talk about her children’s novel ‘Charlie’s Promise’ to St Gabriels, P7 Class at Prestonpans Libary. It was fantastic to see the excitement on the children’s faces and hearing them ask Annemarie questions about the book. Then Annemarie reading from Chapter 2 of the
Book Review ~ Mary’s The Name By Ross Sayers Mary’s The Name ~ Ross Sayers The Books Description An eight-year-old girl and her Granpa are on the run… “When me and Granpa watched James Bond films, he told me not to be scared because people didn’t have guns like that in Scotland. That must’ve been why the robbers used hammers.”