#Author Special with @SueReidSexton @WaverleyBooks #RT

Sue Reid Sexton lives in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Mavis’s Shoe was the first new Scottish novel to be published simultaneously in Braille and in print. It was Waterstones ‘Book of the Month’, in Waterstones ‘Books of the Year’ list 2011, a Books from Scotland ‘Book of the Month’, and was included in ‘Books to Treasure’

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The Wolf Children By Cay Rademacher @ArcadiaBooks #Q&A #Giveaway

Hamburg 1947: It is the year of extremes. After a bitterly cold winter of starvation, the bombed city groans under excruciating heat. And Chief Inspector Frank Stave is confronted with a new case. In the ruins of a shipyard, the corpse of a boy is found and Stave’s hunt for the killer leads him into

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The Undercurrent ~ @thewriterjude @bloodhoundbooks #Review J A Warnock

  Phoebe and her disabled husband, Martyn, move into a new house in a village on the edge of County Durham. They plan to lead a quiet existence, a set up that suits them both. Then Anna, who lives over the road and is bored of spending her days alone, seeks friendship with Phoebe and

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Electric Souk ~ @rosemcginty @urbanebooks Q&A #Giveaway

Ireland’s gone bust, and with it Aisling Finn’s life. She flees austerity for adventure in the desert. But the Arabia she finds is not that of her dreams. Everyone is chasing a fast buck, a fast woman and another G&T. Expats and locals alike prickle with paranoia. Debonair fixer, Brian Rothmann, charms Aisling with champagne

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Burke’s Last Witness ~ @verdandiweaves ~ Guest #Review by J A Warnock

Burke’s Last Witness is a poignant haunting psychological drama which delves into the mind of notorious serial killer William Burke as he awaits his execution. Using accounts from his 2-day trial in 1828, this telling of the story will challenge the common perception about who the main protagonist was in the deadly partnership between William

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Blood & Destiny Chris Bishop ~@RedDoorBooks ~ J A Warnock #Review

I lived in a troubled time when the shores of this land were ravaged by fierce, blood-crazed raiders who feared nothing, not even death itself. It is 878 and Wessex stands alone against Guthrum’s Viking hordes as all England cowers beneath their raven banner. With most of his army destroyed following a surprise attack at

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Horse ~ #Careful #Review @TheBrunton @horsemusic @randanevents 5 STARS

Horse McDonald in Careful… 30 Mar 2017 The world premiere of Scottish singer-songwriter Horse McDonald’s autobiographical play, Careful – an inspirational story of her triumph over adversity through music. There are times in life when you need to be careful… Growing up gay in Lanark in the ‘70s; when the reward is half a pack

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Where Dragonflies Hover ~ @annemariebrear @ChocLituk @LoveReadRomance #RT

Where Dragonflies Hover ~ My Review If you love, love and the heartwrenching adventures it takes us on, then this is a book for you. We are spoiled with stories both past and present. With loveable characters and an exciting and compassionate story. I was taken on a whirlwind tour of emotions whilst reading. You

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