Monthly Archives: July 2015

#Bookreview for #Victorian #Murder #Mystery Diamonds & Dust by @caroljhedges @crookedcatbooks

Diamonds & Dust is a Victorian murder mystery set in London and written in the present. Josephine King, an orphan, is a good sort and stoic with, I felt, very little emotional response to the death of her Uncle Herbert or, … Continue reading

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#Author #Interview with writer of psychological thrillers @LindaHuber19

Some of my most creative thoughts happen when on a dog walk, as do my best conversations with my dog-walking buddy. So I thought I’d invite some of my author friends along to join me and my girls and see … Continue reading

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#Gozo – Day 3 – Baggy Bits and Beaches!

Today I start Hollywood Shakedown… We’re off exploring this morning, aiming to find a beach at Mgarr ix-Xini (you’re on your own with this one, I’ve never heard it said out loud…) A restaurant, called Rew Rew, that overlooks the … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for Hollywood Shakedown by Mark Barry @GreenWizard62

I have read all of Mark Barry’s books now and for some reason his first as been left until my last. He is the most under-rated writer I know and I would encourage…no, urge you to read any of his … Continue reading

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#Gozo ~ 2nd Day ~ Cars and Cliff Tops!!

The wonderful Saviour showed us round the farmhouse on our arrival and as part of his tour pointed out where the nearest bus stop was, with a bus coming every hour, he told us. We tried to ascertain when exactly … Continue reading

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#Gozo ~ 1st Day ~ Winding Down in Westworld!

Last month I was lucky enough to be featured on Rosie Amber’s Beach Reads Book Tour 2015 where we each got the chance to tell you about our ideal holiday destination and choose 5 books to take with us (you … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for #Paranormal #Fantasy ‘One Way Fare’ by @barbtaub and Hannah Taub #RBRT

I have enjoyed Barb Taub’s writing for a while now both through her other two books, Don’t Touch and Tales From Null City, which introduced me to Urban Fantasy, (you can check out my reviews by clicking on the titles) … Continue reading

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