Half Year Wrap Up

What an absolutely crazy start to the year, it has been - ridiculous. Literally cannot keep up with all the crazy things that have happened. But we have made it to the middle of the year(ish) and I hope you all have been staying safe. Plants I'm going to begin with plants because I like... Continue Reading →

The First Lie

Book Blurb When Paul Reeve comes home to find his wife in the bathroom, bloodied and shaking, his survival instinct kicks in. Alive never meant to kill the intruder. She was home alone, and terrified. She doesn't deserve to be blamed for it. Covering up the murder is the only option. But the crime eats... Continue Reading →

Sleep & Creativity

Losing a bit of sleep is not a big deal and is just a general part of life. But its very easy for a lack of sleep to become the norm when are you trying to get everything done. I know many people who will forgo sleep in favour of completing a draft / blog... Continue Reading →

The Jane Austen Society

I was very kindly gifted the audiobook by: The Orion Publishing Group. Blurb: Just after the Second World War, in the small English village of Chawton, an unusual but like-minded group of people band together to attempt something remarkable. One hundred and fifty years ago, Chawton was the final home of Jane Austen, one of England's... Continue Reading →

PM Press: Submission Call

I am really pleased to share with you a submission call from PM Press. Who are they? We are a Kindle-First imprint of Holland House Books that specialises in crime, thriller and dystopian fiction. Phaidra Robinson and Mia Skevington set up PM Press in April 2020 in order to pursue their respective loves of true... Continue Reading →

Book Spotlight: Lake Effect

Book Blurb: Mysterious marina accidents. Destroyed evidence. Can a tenacious reporter decipher the twisted clues at a small-town lake? Jordan Reed is burned out from all the attention on her previous high-profile story. But when a new lead lands in her lap, she reluctantly postpones her vacation to investigate a classic New England marina. With... Continue Reading →

Reading Habits Book Tag

I've not participated in a book tag before but I thought this one looked fun. I enjoy reading them on other blogs as they give you a bit of an insight into the person behind the writing and so I decided to join in. This particular tag I read initially on Jen of Books Do... Continue Reading →

Snap Review: What’s Left of Me is Yours

I was very kindly gifted the audiobook by: The Orion Publishing Group Blurb: In Japan, a covert industry has grown up around the "wakaresaseya" (literally "breaker-upper"), a person hired by one spouse to seduce the other in order to gain the advantage in divorce proceedings. When Satō hires Kaitarō, a wakaresaseya agent, to have an... Continue Reading →

6 Ways to Support Authors

We all love books or I'm assuming you do (bit odd if you don't and are still here but hey I don't judge). As I have a love for books I also want to support authors. The more I've interacted with authors / writers the more I have found that writing full time can be... Continue Reading →

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