#AuthorInTheSpotlight @HelenaFairfax and #review of In The Mouth of the Wolf

I’m pleased to welcome Helena Fairfax to the blog today. She is answering my Author in the Spotlight questions and I am also sharing my review of her book In The Mouth of the Wolf. This was originally published as A Year of Light and Shadows in 2016 but has recently been re-released under the … More #AuthorInTheSpotlight @HelenaFairfax and #review of In The Mouth of the Wolf

#AuthorInTheSpotlight Stephen Scarcliffe @stephenscarc

Today’s Author in the Spotlight is Stephen Scarcliffe whose debut novel, Pure Angst, was published as an ebook yesterday. Thanks for joining me Stephen. First of all, would you tell my blog readers a little about yourself? I am the unlikely son of a preacher man. Born in London, I was brought up in Edinburgh … More #AuthorInTheSpotlight Stephen Scarcliffe @stephenscarc

#TenThings about Vanessa Robertson, author of Death Will Find Me @Ness_Robertson #LoveBooksGroupTours

I’m delighted to be joined by Vanessa Robertson today, sharing #TenThings about starting off as a writer as part of the blogtour for her debut novel Death Will Find Me. I heard Vanessa read from this book at Noir at the Bar in November and it sounds very intriguing. You can sign up to read … More #TenThings about Vanessa Robertson, author of Death Will Find Me @Ness_Robertson #LoveBooksGroupTours

Time Will Tell by Eva Jordan #review @UrbaneBooks @EvaJordanWriter #LoveBooksGroupTours

Time Will Tell is the third instalment of Eva Jordan’s trilogy following the many ups and downs of Lizzie Lemalf and her family. It can be read as a standalone but I’d recommend reading the first two books, partly because they are very good but more so because you’ll have a much better understanding of … More Time Will Tell by Eva Jordan #review @UrbaneBooks @EvaJordanWriter #LoveBooksGroupTours

The Wolves of Leninsky Prospekt by Sarah Armstrong #extract #blogtour @sandstonepress @rkbookpublicist @sarahsiobhana

The Wolves of Leninsky Prospekt (Sandstone Press) is a gripping cold-war literary thriller by Colchester-based author Sarah Armstrong.  It’s her third novel.In this exclusive extract from the book, Martha lands in Moscow for the first time… Sheremetyevo Airport had the most bizarre observation building, a pillar which looked as if it supported a giant UFO … More The Wolves of Leninsky Prospekt by Sarah Armstrong #extract #blogtour @sandstonepress @rkbookpublicist @sarahsiobhana

The Flight of Cornelia Blackwood by Susan Elliot Wright 5* #review @sewelliot @simonschusterUK

The Flight of Cornelia Blackwood is a book which will be quite difficult to review without giving away crucial parts of the storyline but I will do my best. It is the story of Cornelia, of course, and is told mainly in the present but with some chapters set in the not too distant past. … More The Flight of Cornelia Blackwood by Susan Elliot Wright 5* #review @sewelliot @simonschusterUK

It Started With a Note by Victoria Cooke #review #giveaway @victoriacooke10 @HQDigital @rararesources

It Started With a Note is the story of of single mum Cath. She has always put others before herself, first of all her son Kieran and then her brother Gary. She works hard at her job in a local supermarket and when she gets a bonus for being employee of the year, it opens … More It Started With a Note by Victoria Cooke #review #giveaway @victoriacooke10 @HQDigital @rararesources