The Secret Life of Books by Tom Mole – now available in paperback – #bookreview @proftommole @eandtbooks @alisonmenziespr

The Secret Life of Books by Tom Mole is published today in paperback with a snazzy new cover. If you are looking for a gift for a book lover for Christmas, look no further. Today I’m re-sharing my review of the book which I loved. I’d also like to mention that Tom took part in … More The Secret Life of Books by Tom Mole – now available in paperback – #bookreview @proftommole @eandtbooks @alisonmenziespr

The Last Blast of the Trumpet by Marie Macpherson @PenmorePress1 @scotscriever @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours #bookblitz

The final book in a trilogy about Scottish reformer John Knox, Marie Macpherson’s The Last Blast of the Trumpet is available now. Read on to find out more about the book, the author and how to order your copy. From the back of the book Conflict, Chaos and Corruption in Reformation Scotland He wants to … More The Last Blast of the Trumpet by Marie Macpherson @PenmorePress1 @scotscriever @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours #bookblitz

Endless Skies by Jane Cable #bookreview @rararesources @saperebooks @JaneCable

Archaeology lecturer Dr Rachel Ward has come to Lincoln University somewhat in disgrace after an affair with her married boss at Southampton University was discovered. You’d think she’d have learned from thi,s and indeed a series of failed relationships but no, she’s almost immediately tempted into beginning another affair with a student. Alongside her university … More Endless Skies by Jane Cable #bookreview @rararesources @saperebooks @JaneCable

Finding Henry Applebee by Celia Reynolds #bookreview #OMCReadalong @CeliaRWriter @0neMoreChapter_

I read Finding Henry Applebee as part of the recent One More Chapter Readalong. It was good fun as during the week of the readalong there were lots of opportunities to connect with other readers and the author too. We were able to discuss themes of the novel, watch a Facebook Live with Celia Reynolds, … More Finding Henry Applebee by Celia Reynolds #bookreview #OMCReadalong @CeliaRWriter @0neMoreChapter_

#AuthorInTheSpotlight Marie Laval @choclitUK @marielaval1

I’m delighted to be joined by Marie Laval for a quick author spotlight today. Her latest book, Escape to the Little Chateau, is published today by ChocLit. I do rather like the sound of her work in progress too set on the Isle of Skye. I loved Marie’s Christmas book last year, Bluebell’s Christmas Magic, … More #AuthorInTheSpotlight Marie Laval @choclitUK @marielaval1

Bad Debt by William McIntyre #bookreview @best_defence @sandstonepress

I’m delighted to be kicking off the blogtour for the latest Robbie Munro thriller from William McIntyre. Bad Debt sees our hero in serious trouble and in dire need of help from his friends – and perhaps his enemies. His wife is being stalked by a witness in a trial where she has been drafted … More Bad Debt by William McIntyre #bookreview @best_defence @sandstonepress

Because Of You by Dawn French #bookreview @michaeljbooks @PenguinUKBooks

It is just after midnight on the first of January 2000 when two families in the same hospital welcome baby girls into the world. The opening chapter was so emotionally engaging and compelling that I was hooked from thereon in. Basically from the first chapters the rest of my day was cancelled as I simply … More Because Of You by Dawn French #bookreview @michaeljbooks @PenguinUKBooks