Blog tour: Tubing by K.A. McKeagney

Book spotlight Title: Tubing Author: K.A. McKeagney Publisher: RedDoor Publishing Publication date: 31 May, 2018 Tubing by K.A. McKeagney is a well-plotted, intense novel focused on sexuality and society. I sped through this novel at lightning-speed to discover what was really going on and why. I thought that McKeagney did an excellent job of describing... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR: 29 Seconds by T.M. Logan

I absolutely loved reading 29 Seconds by T.M. Logan. It is thrilling, thought-provoking and incorporates lots of twists and turns. Here is my full review! 29 Seconds by T.M. Logan is a very thought-provoking narrative. What would you do if you had the chance to make the cause of your problems disappear forever? No strings... Continue Reading →

A 29 Second Review

Well... not really! I absolutely loved reading 29 Seconds by T.M. Logan. It is thrilling, thought-provoking and incorporates lots of twists and turns. This review will be kept short, as I am part of the blog tour for 29 Seconds on 22 March. The story Sarah works with Professor Alan Lovelock in a university English... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR 28/02: Review of Tell No Lies

Title: Tell No Lies Author Name: Lisa Hartley Previous Books: Ask No Questions Genre: Crime, Thriller, Detective Fiction Release Date: 19th February 2018 Publisher: Canelo Book Blurb: Now they’re coming after Caelan’s team… A tortured body is found in a basement. Drug dealing and people smuggling is on the rise. Then police start going missing.... Continue Reading →

Tell No Lies: My Thoughts So Far

Tell No Lies by Lisa Hartley came out on the 19th February, and I will be joining the blog tour for this wonderful book on Wednesday complete with a full review and my first ever Q&A session!! Exciting! Tell No Lies is a crime fiction novel, and the second in the Detective Caelan Small series.... Continue Reading →

A review of The Trouble Boys

The Trouble Boys by E.R. Fallon has left me pleasantly surprised. I do not often choose gang crime novels, or particularly historical ones, but I am glad that I chose to read and review this one. The plot is fast-paced with excellent characters and raw, gritty events. The Trouble Boys will be published on Thursday... Continue Reading →

A review of Erik The Lone Wolf

By Sarah Finn First Editions ISBN: 978-81786030108 Cost: £11.99 Story Erik The Lone Wolf by Sarah Finn is a beautifully illustrated, charming debut picture book which has been published to coincide with the 2018 Seoul Winter Olympics. Erik is a young wolf in a wolf pack. After getting annoyed with his pack one too many... Continue Reading →

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