Tag: Love Books Group Tours

#BookReview Eat Less by Jeremy and Georgina Jackson-Sytner @EatLess2 @UrbaneBooks #LoveBooksGroupTours

💫 Welcome to Love Books Group Blog Today we review Eat Less by Jeremy and Georgina Jackson-Sytner 💫Back of the Book It doesn’t read like a diet book or look like a diet book. Eat Less is an anti-obesity manifesto. Eat Less is stuffed with bite-sized nuggets of information on the benefits of eating less,

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#BookReview The Silk Road by Mark Leggatt @Mark_Leggatt @FledglingPress #LoveBooksGroupTours

Today on Love Books Group we have a review of The Silk Road by Mark Leggatt and also we managed to have a natter with Mark too. So two exclusive features for you to enjoy. -Blurb- Third in the Connor Montrose series by Mark Leggatt, following on from the success of Names of the Dead

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#AuthorInterview BLIND JUSTICE by Alex Tresillian @Alex_Tresillian @UrbaneBooks #LoveBooksGroupTours

Today on Love Books Group Blog, I am delighted to host an author interview with Alex Tresillian for his latest release Blind Justice as part of the Love Books Group Tours, book blog tour.   Thriller Medical Private Investigators Fiction |Synopsis| THE NEW NIALL BURNET THRILLER! Superstar Paralympian Fiona Mackintosh Green retires from the track

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#AuthorInterview Through Hollow Lands by Paul Burgess @PolBrugha @UrbaneBooks #LoveBooksGroupTours

Today on Love Books Group Blog, I am delighted to host an author interview with Paul Burgess for his latest release Through Hollow Lands as part of the Love Books Group Tours, book blog tour.   Satire Humour Fiction |Synopsis| Set in the US on 11th September 2001, Through Hollow Lands tells the story of

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#BookReview Girl in the Castle by Lizzie Lamb @lizzie_lamb @newromantics4 #Romantic #Fiction #LoveBooksGroupTours

| Content | Today on Love Books Group Blog, I am delighted to be launching the book blog tour for Girl in the Castle. We have a guest review from Kimberly Livingston. | Review | When did nice become politically incorrect? That is a rhetorical question obviously, I am an American after all. Recently a

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