So the end of another week. Heading into September where is the year going? So last week was great, thanks to authors Luke Delaney and Cassandra Parkin for taking part. So what is in store in the week ahead then? Well, I will tell you…
Sunday see’s the release of The Memory Game, the latest novel from Sharon Sant. Look out tomorrow for a Q&A with Sharon and the chance to win your very own copy of the book in a little competition. Its a great story and you don’t want to miss out!
On Monday I will be revisiting a much loved book – What Lots Wife Saw by Ioanna Bourazopoulou. Winner of the 2007 Athens Prize for Literature this was one of my favourite reads of the year. Ioanna has answered a few questions for me about the novel amongst other things so clickety click on Tuesday to hear what she had to say and to find out about one of the best Post Apocalyptic novels to hit our shelves for a while…
On Tuesday I will be talking once more about one of the books that made me cry…the stunning “His Fathers Son” by Tony Black. In a move away from Crime Fiction, Mr Black has given us an emotive tale of the relationship between Fathers and Sons as well family dynamics in general. He has also answered a few questions for me so find out all about it on Teusday. Don’t miss out!
On Wednesday it will be all about “The Cry” from Helen Fitzgerald. Its obviously a tearful week – this book also had me reaching for the tissues, and in an amazing story of love and loss, Helen Fitzgerald has taken us behind the scenes of a missing child case..you won’t put this one down until you are done. Find out all about it from Helen Fitzgerald herself and read a review here on Wednesday.
On Thursday you can meet Nick Quantrill and his creation Joe Geraghty…and find a review of the latest instalment – The Crooked Beat. I also managed to track Nick down to answer a few questions – find out what he had to say on Thursday and discover the world of Joe….
Finally on Friday there will be an interview with Jonathan Lee all about his wonderful quirky little tale – The Radio. A novel I loved you can find out all about it on Friday and complete the week in style!
So there you go. Plenty of lovely booky book stuff for you to sink your teeth into. And September is going to be a busy month for Liz Loves Books – look out for even more great stuff coming soon!
Happy Reading Folks!