Monthly Archives: April 2015

Review for Carla by Mark Barry

It’s Carla’s third birthday so it seems fitting that in my catch up of adding older reviews to my blog I put hers up today. If you want to find out more of how she came about there is a … Continue reading

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Review for Kings and Queens by Terry Tyler

I thoroughly enjoyed reading Kings and Queens and highly recommend it. The whole idea was well thought out and executed by Tyler with it being a modern day story based on Henry VIII and his wives but with enough differences for it … Continue reading

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Review for The Righteous Path by E.L. Lindley

It’s a truly wonderful thing to open a new book you’ve been really looking forward to from an author whose work you’ve enjoyed in the past. Of course there’s always the chance the book might not live up to your … Continue reading

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Spring Vigour in 15 minutes

Now, as I stated in my previous post here I am just starting Marinade Month and whilst my work in progress is locked away from prying eyes and meddling fingers I have set myself many, many tasks to complete. The … Continue reading

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Off to the beta readers…Huzzah!!

  Huzzah!! I have, quite unbelievably, managed to stick to the relentless schedule I have set for myself this year (so far anyway) and this week, in fact this very day, I have delivered copies of the draft of Thicker … Continue reading

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Review for Pattern of Shadows by Judith Barrow

Pattern of Shadows is a truly wonderful book. Beautifully written this romantic yet heartbreaking love story flows at a perfect pace throughout. I started off thinking one thing only to find my preconceptions wrong as Barrow skilfully leads you through … Continue reading

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Review for The Ties That Bind by E.L. Lindley

The Ties That Bind is the second book in the Georgie Connelly Stories and it’s a terrific read. I really like the cast of characters Lindley is building through this series and she skilfully develops their personalities and interactions along with … Continue reading

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Review for The Jack Lockwood Diaries by Geoffrey David West

Having already read ‘Rock’n’Roll Suicide’ (reviewed here) and ‘Doppelganger’ (reviewed here) I am a firm Jack Lockwood fan and was delighted to see West release this book, The Jack Lockwood Diaries, packed full of short stories which all feature this favourite character … Continue reading

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Review for True’s Love by TL Clark

I received this book, True’s Love by TL Clark, a long, long time ago from the author in exchange for an honest review and it has taken me until now to get to it but I am so pleased that I did.

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Work in Progress Blog Hop

I was nominated for the Work in Progress Blog Hop by the highly entertaining Barb Taub who blogs mostly hilarious but also often thought provoking posts at Barb Taub – Writing and Coffee. Especially Coffee and who writes the highly rated … Continue reading

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