I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh. Blog Tour.

    Today I am pleased to welcome Clare Mackintosh, author of the brilliant “I Let You Go”  to the blog telling us about writing a first draft… Writing the first draft Most discussions within the writing community about first drafts seems to divide authors into two categories: ‘plotters’ and… Continue reading

The Corpse Role by Keith Nixon – Blog Tour

Publication Date : Available Now Source: Author review copy Not everything that gets buried stays buried… sometimes things have a nasty habit of resurfacing… When the body of a security van driver implicated in an unsolved £1.2 million heist turns up in a shallow grave two years later it’s just… Continue reading

Hidden by Emma Kavanagh – Blog Tour.

I’m VERY happy to be part of the blog tour for Emma Kavanagh’s “Hidden” – review to follow – a brilliant psychological thriller that will keep you hooked until the end. Firstly, Emma tells us about characters in crime…   Crime From The Inside Out – Characters in crime  … Continue reading

Focus: Bryant and May – The Burning Man.

Today, to celebrate the 12th instalment in the brilliant Bryant & May series, I am very happy to welcome Christopher Fowler to the blog telling us “The Truth about Bryant and May”.   The Truth About Bryant & May Christopher Fowler   When the first Bryant & May book was… Continue reading

Spotlight Latest Reads: Hollow Blood by Austin Dragon. Blog Tour.

Publication Date: Available Now Source: Author Review Copy Ichabod Crane is dead! Everyone knows it. The Horseman took him—like so many others—one dark night in 1790. All that remained of the town’s amiable schoolmaster was his hat on the side of the road, with a shattered pumpkin beside it. But… Continue reading

Touched by Joanna Briscoe. Guest post from the Author.

Photo by Jason Alden Today I’m happy to welcome Joanna Briscoe to the blog. Her new novel “Touched” is available now. Rowena Crale and her family have moved from London to a cottage in a picture perfect English village. But despite their efforts, the cottage resists all attempts at renovation.Walls… Continue reading

The Boy who Granted Dreams by Luca Di Fulvio – Blog Tour.

Today a guest post from Luca Di Fulvio – welcome Luca and thank you!   It’s completely natural for Italians to think of emigration as part of their DNA, as integral as art, music and sunshine. Even for those of us whose relatives did not emigrate. It’s part of our… Continue reading