THE GREAT EASTER GIVEAWAY WITH THE DEAD WIFE’S HANDBOOK   It’s Easter and those nice people at Amazon have reduced the price of both the Kindle and the BEAUTIFUL paperback of The Dead Wife’s Handbook.   So to celebrate, we’re combining the two things we all love the best… Continue reading

Why We Read – Guest Post by Olga Godim.

Today in the ongoing feature “Why We Read” I welcome good BookLikes buddy Olga to the blog. If you would like to know more about Olga, visit her site or her BookLikes page.   I want to meet an angel   By Olga Godim   I write… Continue reading

A Quick “Coming Up Soon” post. Lots of lovely book stuff.

Happy Monday everyone! Just a quick blog spot today on some things you can expect to see coming up on site soon. Firstly here is what I am currently reading. So reviews on those coming as and when. Later this week we have Q & A’s with Hannah Beckerman and… Continue reading

Traditional v Self Publishing – Thoughts of an Author – Steve McHugh.

Talking about publishing today – Steve McHugh author of The Hellequin Chronicles. A Less Traditional View.   There’s a lot of talk about traditional publishing vs. self-publishing. People seem to be on one side or the other, some venomously so. But I see no reason why you can’t use… Continue reading

Mel Sherratt is Watching Over You. Or is it Ella? Shiver.

So the latest release from Mel Sherratt is “Watching over You” a frightening cautionary tale of life, featuring one of the scariest female characters I’ve met recently in fiction. I loved this one quite a lot (review to follow) it was in my top 5 reads of 2013 and I… Continue reading

Cover Reveal – The Guestbook by Holly Martin.

A beautiful cover and going immediately onto my reading list.   Welcome to Willow Cottage – throw open the shutters, let in the sea breeze and make yourself completely at home. Oh, and please do leave a comment in the Guestbook!   As landlady of Willow Cottage, the young widow… Continue reading

The Half Life of Hannah/Other Halves by Nick Alexander.

I recently downloaded The Half Life of Hannah onto my wonderful Kindle and then was lucky enough to receive Other Halves as a review copy so I spent some of my recent holiday reading them back to back – if you have not yet read either of these novels I… Continue reading