• Blog Tour

    Blog Tour: Striking For Ford by Alan Dixon (Guest Post)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Striking for Ford by Alan Dixon and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    Striking for Ford by Alan Dixon
    Genre: Non Fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 248
    Release date: 24/08/2021
    Where to find: Amazon
    Summary: A wry look at the 1978 winter of discontent, seen through the eyes of a trainee personnel officer in a militant Liverpool car factory. An insight into the vanished world of a polarised society of petrol queues, three million unemployed, public service strikes and a socialist government unexpectedly trounced by Margaret Thatcher in May 1979.

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    Blog Tour: Beach Beings by Jean and Jamie Illingworth (Guest Post)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Beach Beings by Jean and Jamie Illingworth and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    Beach Beings by Jean and Jamie Illingworth
    Genre: Middle Grade
    Published by: Nightingale Books
    Pages: 211
    Release date: 29/07/2021
    Where to find: Amazon
    Summary: Beach Beings (or beachies as they call themselves) are very small and live unseen amongst the rock pools of our coastline. This story picks up where we last left siblings, Pebble and Shore, and follows their adventures with their new friends. As the young beachies navigate the joys and challenges of growing up and falling in love, they also face countless dangers, not only from their old enemies the Shell Clan but also from Huge Beings and the sea itself.

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    Blog Tour: The Opportunity by Robert Cort (Extract)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Opportunity by Robert Cort and I am bringing you an extract. Enjoy!

    The Opportunity by Robert Cort
    Genre: Thriller
    Published by: Clink Street Books
    Pages: 274
    Release date: 29/07/2021
    Where to find: Amazon
    Summary: Ian Caxton is a senior manager at Sotheby’s. After successful career moves to Sotheby’s branches in New York and Hong Kong, Ian is now based in London and earmarked for the top position.  

    However, following a chance meeting with Andrei, a very rich Russian art dealer based in Monaco, Ian suddenly reassesses all his plans and ambitions. Even his marriage is under threat.

    The Opportunity charts the tumultuous life and career of Ian Caxton as he navigates the underbelly of the art world, one of serious wealth, heart-stopping adventure and a dark side. 

    The big question is, will Ian take The Opportunity? And if he does, what will the consequences be, not only for him, but also for his wife and colleagues?

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  • Blog Tour

    Blog Tour: Existing Creatures, Living Dragons by Leyla Cardena (Guest Post)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Existing Creatures, Living Dragons by Leyla Cardena and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    Existing Creatures, Living Dragons eBook by Leyla Cardena | Rakuten KoboExisting Creatures, Living Dragons by Leyla Cardena
    Genre: Thriller
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 137
    Release date: 20/07/2021
    Where to find: Amazon
    Summary: Underneath the earth, John Crane’s bones are cracking and his flesh is burning. His memories are at present as alive as his body, a body, preparing itself for metamorphosis and freedom. In the black box of Jack Vain’s mind, his belongings explode, his past life is an illusion, and ultimately, is a tower destructed by his unfulfilled desires. The recurring nightmare, the hand on Dr. Brooke Ashley’s thigh, is now a warning sign against danger, an appropriation that leads her instinct into the right directions. The djinn that Hassan Maroun met, is the little and magical voice that makes him wonder if the current events can be clearly and scientifically explained.

    The creature from John and Jack’s dreams and fantasies, is the master of their evolution. Will the two childhood friends be able to accept their transformation in order to make the investigation advance?

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    Blog Tour: The Special Relationship by Frederica Hendricks Noble

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Special Relationship by Frederica Hendricks Noble and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    The Special Relationship by Frederica Hendricks Noble
    Genre: Non Fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 182
    Release date: 22/07/2021
    Where to find: Amazon
    Summary: The Special Relationship describes how one American woman fell in love with a British man and learned the rules of engagement in order to make her life in England successful. Are you thinking about dating (or marrying) a British man and heading off to the United Kingdom to be with him? Have you found your Mr. Darcy? This book offers insider tips and advice from an American who found her Prince Charming. Her beguiling “prince” affectionately refers to her as the “original Meghan Markle”. This practical, easy-to-read, and sometimes humorous guidebook will help modern women better understand British men, English culture and how to create their own special relationship.

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  • Reviews

    Review: You Must Be Layla by Yassmin Abdel-Magied

    You Must Be Layla (Paperback)You Must Be Layla by Yassmin Abdel-Magied
    Genre: Middle Grade | Contemporary
    Published by: Puffin
    Pages: 288
    Release date: 05/03/2019
    Rating: ★★★★☆
    Where to find: Goodreads | Waterstones
    Summary: Layla believes she was right to stand up for herself against a bully, but it’s landed her a suspension – not the way she (or her parents) would have wished to begin her time at her fancy new school! This is just a setback though, and she’s determined to prove that she does deserve her scholarship by making new friends and setting her sights on inventing something that could win the big robotics competition.

    But where to begin?

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    Blog Tour: The Invisible Tightrope by Robert Haywood (Guest Post)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Invisible Tightrope by Robert Haywood and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    The Invisible Tightrope by Robert Haywood
    Genre: Literary Fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 436
    Release date: 11/05/2021
    Where to find: Amazon
    Summary: Leaving the comfortable tranquility of life in a Nottinghamshire village, academically gifted Christian Henderson, the only child of high-achieving parents goes to university to study philosophy.

    Intoxicated by the joys of learning and wrestling with complex ideas, he believes he will progress to a career in academic research.

    Persuaded by a female student on his course to undertake some charitable work in Ghana during the summer holiday to help build a school, the experience of living in a rural community and interacting with its people challenges his values and beliefs, disrupts his sense of self and turns the course of his life in a completely different direction.

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    Blog Tour: My Life at the End of the Tunnel by Christina Black (Interview)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for My Life at the End of the Tunnel by Christina Black and I am bringing you an interview with Christina. Enjoy!

    Life at the End of the Tunnel by Christina Black
    Genre: Non-Fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 244
    Release date: 29/06/2021
    Where to find: Amazon
    Summary: On her wedding night, it wasn’t the diamonds in her new ring that Christina remembers counting, but the bruises on her body. Some girls get swept off their feet, she got knocked off hers. What happened next, she’s always tried to block out! John was just the first, and the only one she was foolish enough to marry, but what choice did she have? She’d only gone to the party to please her sister, whose twice-divorced neighbour had invited her. Naïve to a fault, she didn’t even know you could spike a drink. Two years, two kids, and a thousand nightmares later, a sympathetic judge brought an end to all the traumas. It wasn’t like this in the knights’ tales she’d escaped to as a child. Or was it? Guinevere’s ardour for Lancelot seemed less romantic when you consider their affair led to the downfall of a kingdom. The Lady of Shallot knew love only through a mirror’s reflection and died in pursuit of it. Was Christina to suffer the same fate? Or would the spirits of those who existed between this life and the next keep her from making any more calamitous decisions?

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