Category: Guest Reviews

Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams #bookreview #guestreview @DrHorrocks

Queenie is a twenty-five-year-old Black woman living in south London, straddling Jamaican and British culture whilst slotting neatly into neither. She works at a national newspaper where she’s constantly forced to compare herself to her white, middle-class peers, and beg to write about Black Lives Matter. After a messy break up from her long-term white

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Falling For My Boss by Hana Hawley @Hana_Hawley @tamushamu #BookReview

Falling For My Boss by Hana Hawley Elise Park-Stuart is a young, talented, undiscovered Los Angeles designer with an independent spirit and a penchant for speaking her mind — but she’s also rootless, broke, disillusioned with the industry and tired of trying to make rent. When a friend tells her about an opportunity to nanny

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The Summer Thunder by A.B. Gibson @ABGibson1 @LoveBooksGroup #Lovebookstours

Welcome Today J.A. Warnock reviews Summer Thunder on our behalf for the Love Books Tour. Available now in eBook and paperback. Summer Thunder Lily is headstrong, independent, and stuck in a loop of bad luck. She makes fairy figurines that customers buy to bring them good luck, but her merchandise doesn’t seem do the same for

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The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen #BookReview @MichaelJBooks

Today, Tanya Kaanta reviews The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen. Shortlisted for newcomer of year in the Irish Book Awards. The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen Back of the Book Lost letters have only one hope for survival . . . Inside the Dead Letters Depot in East London,

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The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden #BookReview #LoveBooks

| The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden | For a young woman in medieval Russia, the choices are stark: marriage or life in a convent. Vasya will choose a third way: magic. . .  The court of the Grand Prince of Moscow is plagued by power struggles and rumours of unrest. Meanwhile bandits roam

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The Burning Hill by A.D. Flint @brazil_thriller @Unbound_Digital #BookReview

The Burning Hill by A.D. Flint On the run from unjust court-martial back home, a young British soldier gets robbed and shot on Copacabana Beach. The bullet in Jake’s head should have been fatal, but miraculously, it saves him from a previously undetected condition that soon would have killed him. Jake doesn’t believe in fate,

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Start by Graham Morgan @FledglingPress #BookReview

Today Tanya Kaanta reviews Start by Graham Morgan. Available on Kindle and paperback. Start by Graham Morgan This biography does not gloss over or glamorise mental illness, instead Graham Morgan highlights that people can, and do, live full and positive lives. Join Graham through his recollections of detention under the Mental Health act, learning to

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One Day in December by Josie Silver @JosieSilver_ @PenguinUKBooks #WednesdayBookBlog #BookReview

Today guest reviewer Kimberly Livingston gives us her thoughts on One Day in December by Josie Silver. One Day in December by Josie Silver Looking for the perfect love story to snuggle up with on a cold afternoon? Get ready to escape into the heart-warming, feel-good bestseller that everyone’s falling in love with. ___________________________ Laurie is

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Murder in Little Shendon by A.H. Richardson @BookPubServices #BookReview

Guest review today from J.A. Warnock our voice from the Borders. Murder in Little Shendon was published in 2015 by Serano Press. It is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle format. Murder in Little Shendon – Review by J.A. Warnock I am going to review ‘Murder in Little Shendon’ by A. H. Richardson from

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#BookReview – Losing Normal by Francis Moss @XpressoTours #BookTalk #Booklove #BookBlogger

💫 Welcome to Love Books Group Blog Today our guest reviewer from across the pond in Colorado USA, Tanya Kaanta reviews A Losing Normal by Francis Moss. 💫 A Losing Normal by Francis Moss -Back of the Book Everyone we love, everything we know, is going away… and only an autistic boy can stop it.

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