It's been a while since a book with a romantic thread throughout has captured my attention. Sheryl Brown's writing style is imperative in my falling in love with the story. You can feel her own love for the characters and her genuine care for them. The story is a map of different roads. At the heart … Continue reading Learning to Love By @SherylBrowne ~ Published By @ChocLituk
In The Trial, John Mayer masterfully recreates the atmosphere of Edinburgh's old streets and halls as the backdrop to a gripping whodunnit. With short fast paced chapters, a glossary of legal terms and a plethora of characters with back stories the reader should be forgiven if their head is spinning by the end of part … Continue reading The Trial By John Mayer Review By J A Warnock ~ Feb 16/02
I attended the talk in Edinburgh last night at Blackwells Book Store of these two fabulous Authors. I have to say it was a very enjoyable event. Both Helen Fields and Paul Finch's enthusiasm for their work is apparent in the way they express and talk about their books. Helen Fields – Perfect Remains Helen … Continue reading Helen Fields @Helen_Fields & Paul Finch @paulfinchauthor – #PerfectRemains & #Strangers @BlackwellEdin 15/02/2017
So lovely to have Catherine Hokin on my Blog today. Catherine's book is Blood & Roses and is published by http://yolkpublishing.co.uk/ . About Catherine: Catherine is a Glasgow-based author whose fascination with the medieval period began during a History degree which included studies into witchcraft, women and the role of political propaganda. This sparked an … Continue reading Q&A Guest Spot ~ Catherine Hokin @cathokin ~Blood & Roses ~ @YolkPublishing #RT
Tonight I was lucky enough to attend Marie's talk. I have to be honest my knowledge of the history of John Knox is little to none. I was interested to learn about him and I did. Marie is very knowledgeable and passionate about her work. Her enthusiasm is infectious I wanted her to talk to … Continue reading Marie Macpherson @MGMacpherson – An insight into the background of writing the historical novel.
The Real You Author Blog Spot ~ By Kelly Lacey I am delighted to have Mr Richard Wall author of Fat Man Blues as our first author blog. I asked Richard some questions and here in his own words are his replies, enjoy. Describe yourself using three words? Tall, Proud, Magnificent, Deluded and Innumerate What … Continue reading Author Q&A With Richard Wall @writinblues #FatManBlues
To celebrate the launch of my new Blog home. I am giving away this beautiful bouquet of flowers. To enter you simply have to follow my blog and I will use the random number program to pick one lucky winner on the 14/03/2017. UK Only (This giveaway is mine and is not sponsored, administered or endorsed … Continue reading Flower Giveaway! Follow This Blog to enter!
I can't wait to dive into this one. Looks fantastic, we have a discussion night on the last Thursday of the month and also a live Q&A and price giveaway on the night. If your interested in taking part it's free and we would love to have you. http://bit.ly/2in4fDM
Fancy winning a signed copy of The Damsel Fly by SJI Holliday? Head over to http://bit.ly/2in4fDM and answer the question. Free entry. Please check out Susi on twitter ~ @SJIHolliday and her FB Page https://www.facebook.com/SJIHolliday/ Thank you so much for the book Susi Holliday. xx (This giveaway is mine and is not sponsored, administered or endorsed … Continue reading Win A Signed Copy Of The Damsel Fly By SJI Holliday ~ Black & White Publishing
A couple of years ago I decided that I would start a small book club online. Picking one book a month and then having an event on the last Thursday of the month to discuss it. It grew from a handful of people to 500 and then it kept growing. Sadly with life getting busy … Continue reading My Facebook Book Club Group