#TenThings about Amanda Fleet #author of Aegyir Rises @amanda_fleet1 @LoveBooksGroup #Lovebookstours

I’m pleased to be joined by Amanda Fleet today who is sharing #TenThings she’d like her readers to know about herself including her musical talent and her fondness for ‘snail mail’. Her novel , Aegyir Rises, was published last month and you can order a copy here. My thanks to Kelly at Love Books Tours … More #TenThings about Amanda Fleet #author of Aegyir Rises @amanda_fleet1 @LoveBooksGroup #Lovebookstours

A Year in the Chateau by Sarah Long #review @ZaffreBooks @Tr4cyF3nt0n #compulsivereaders

When Tracy from Compulsive Readers invited me to take part in this blogtour, I just couldn’t resist. Not only is it set in France, a place I love to visit on holiday, but just look at that tagline on the cover – “La vie en rose begins at 50”. Well it just so happens that … More A Year in the Chateau by Sarah Long #review @ZaffreBooks @Tr4cyF3nt0n #compulsivereaders

The House at Silvermoor by Tracy Rees #bookreview @AuthorTracyRees @QuercusBooks

The House at Silvermoor is the first book I have read by Tracy Rees and I am kicking myself that I haven’t discovered her historical fiction before. The good news for me is that she has written several other books so I will be able to seek them out. The House at Silvermoor begins around … More The House at Silvermoor by Tracy Rees #bookreview @AuthorTracyRees @QuercusBooks

#AuthorInTheSpotlight Jon Hartless #FullThrottle @JHartlessAuthor @accentpress @LoveBooksGroup #Lovebookstours

My author in the Spotlight today is Jon Hartless whose novel, Full Throttle, is available in paperback and as an ebook. You can order a copy here. My thanks to Kelly at Love Books Tours for inviting me to take part in the tour. First of all, would you tell my blog readers a little … More #AuthorInTheSpotlight Jon Hartless #FullThrottle @JHartlessAuthor @accentpress @LoveBooksGroup #Lovebookstours

The Lost Lights of St Kilda by Elisabeth Gifford #review @elisabeth04liz @CorvusBooks #randomthingstours

The Lost Lights of St Kilda is the first book I have read by this author and having read it, I would definitely be keen to read more of her work. I was attracted to the book because it is set on St Kilda, a place I find fascinating. And this was indeed a fascinating … More The Lost Lights of St Kilda by Elisabeth Gifford #review @elisabeth04liz @CorvusBooks #randomthingstours

Hope For The Innocent by Caroline Dunford #bookreview @verdandiweaves @accentpress

Hope for the Innocent is the first in a new series from Caroline Dunford. It is set just before the Second World War begins and features Hope Stapleford who is the daughter of Euphemia Martin, the heroine of many of the author’s previous novels. Hope is a graduate of Oxford and her friend Bernie, daughter … More Hope For The Innocent by Caroline Dunford #bookreview @verdandiweaves @accentpress