Happy Publication Day to Neil White…and what else am I looking forward to?

  So today you can finally get your hands on a copy of “Next to Die” by Neil White. To read my recent interview with him clickety click http://lizlovesbooks.com/lizlovesbooks/2-days-to-go-neil-white-and-next-to-die/   To celebrate I  thought I might talk a little bit about some more books I am looking forward to and… Continue reading

Mutton by India Knight – A Mother and Daughter’s view….

  So, when the lovely folks at Penguin Books offered me a chance to read and review “Mutton” from India Knight I jumped at the chance to read something a little different for me. When it arrived I popped it onto the shelf to await my attention – where it… Continue reading

More reviewing pitfalls…and the latest policy from Goodreads..

  So, on Friday evening I was buzzing around as usual on the internet, chatting away to some good friends discussing books and life in general. Then one of them said “Oh have you seen the latest policy change from Goodreads?” So I tootled over to the feedback portion of… Continue reading

Black Chalk by Christopher J Yates – A Wondrous Twisty Tale.

  So today sees the release of “Black Chalk” a wonderful and addictive twisty tale from Christopher Yates. I was lucky enough to read this in advance and it is one of my favourite books this year so far. I caught up with Mr Yates and asked him a few… Continue reading

Benedict Jacka and Alex Verus – Urban Fantasy Magic.

So I was extremely pleased to discover the Alex Verus series by Benedict Jacka during my hunt for all good things Urban Fantasy – I have read and adored the first two books in the series, reviews to follow, and I still have two to go. Hurray! To celebrate the… Continue reading

Liz Currently Loves…Nearest Thing to Crazy by Elizabeth Forbes.

  I recently read “Nearest Thing to Crazy” the debut novel from Elizabeth Forbes and it was superb. Elizabeth kindly agreed to answer a few questions for me about the novel and here is what she had to say….   Cass is quite a complex character – how well did… Continue reading