Blog Tour: The Mummy Bloggers by Holly Wainwright

Opening sentence: “30,167 people know how Elle and Adrian met.” I have to say, I do enjoy a contemporary, topical novel and this definitely ticks those boxes. The rise of the ‘mummy blogger’ in recent years has been well documented and since having my first baby 3 years ago, I am (digitally) acquainted with a […]

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Blog Tour: You Are What You Read by Jodie Jackson

Welcome to my stop on the You Are What You Read blog tour! When I read the blurb of this book it really struck a chord with me as, for the first time in my life, I have had to make a conscious decision to watch / consume less news… About the Book: Do you […]

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Monthly Review: March 2019

I have to admit: I’ve been struggling with reading this month. It’s not that I’m not enjoying my current book, my mind is just a little all over the place for various reasons and I cannot concentrate. Hopefully it will pass soon as I have soooo many great books I want to crack on with! […]

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Blog Tour: The American Agent by Jacqueline Winspear

Opening sentence: “Tonight I joined the women of the London Auxiliary Ambulance Service as they rushed to the aid of civilians caught in the relentless bombing of this brave city.” Welcome to my stop on this wonderful blog tour! The American Agent is the 15th outing for crime investigator, Maisie Dobbs, but don’t worry if – […]

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Blog Tour: Call of the Curlew by Elizabeth Brooks

Call of the Curlew by Elizabeth Brooks Opening sentence: “Virginia Wrathmell knows she will walk on to the marsh one New Year’s Eve, and meet her end there.” Call of the Curlew has a wonderfully executed dual timeline and opens with 86-year old Virginia waiting for a sign. She has lived in Salt Winds since she […]

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June Wrap Up / July TBR

From a book festival to a blog tour, I’ve had quite the bookish June! I also managed to read some highly enjoyable books: Peril at End House by Agatha Christie The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness Happier Thinking by Lana Grace Riva Not Working by Lisa Owens The Chalk Man by CJ […]

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