• Blog Tour

    Blog Tour: A Curious Cook by Bridget Morton (Guest Post)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for A Curious Cook by Bridget Morton, and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    A Curious Cook by Bridget Morton
    Genre: Non-Fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 188
    Release date: 28/01/2021
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: A comprehensive and supportive guide to vegetarian cooking for people with coeliac disease.

    Bridget Morton puts her own personal experiences of living with coeliac to good use in the kitchen, whipping up nutritious, delicious and comforting dishes designed to help manage her symptoms.

  • Reviews

    Review: Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer

    Midnight Sun (Twilight, #5)Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer
    Series: The Twilight Saga #5
    Genre: Paranormal
    Published by: Atom
    Pages: 768
    Release date: 04/08/2020
    Rating: ★★★☆☆
    Where to find: Goodreads | Waterstones
    Summary: When Edward Cullen and Bella Swan met in Twilight, an iconic love story was born. But until now, fans have heard only Bella’s side of the story. At last, readers can experience Edward’s version in the long-awaited companion novel, Midnight Sun.

    This unforgettable tale as told through Edward’s eyes takes on a new and decidedly dark twist. Meeting Bella is both the most unnerving and intriguing event he has experienced in all his years as a vampire. As we learn more fascinating details about Edward’s past and the complexity of his inner thoughts, we understand why this is the defining struggle of his life. How can he justify following his heart if it means leading Bella into danger?

  • Blog Tour

    Blog Tour: The Older Woman by Anna-Leigh Brooks (Guest Post)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Older Woman by Anna-Leigh Brooks, and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    The Older Woman by Anna-Leigh Brooks
    Genre: Erotic Romance
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 374
    Release date: 28/01/2021
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: Jess’s arrival in the military village has got her heart racing, her adrenaline pumping… 

    Lust, passion and a yearning for love, that’s all that she has ever really dreamed of. With a failed marriage behind her and an uncertain future she hopes her move to the small military village not far from her parents will turn out to be for the best. 

    Work hard and party harder seems to be the usual lifestyle for a 19 year old squaddie. He has no intention of settling down, in fact, he craves the excitement of an older woman to fulfil all his wildest fantasies. Will their highly charged and erotic activity be enough to sustain a relationship? 

    Can Jamie be kept a secret and hold onto their passion or will it be too much for either of them? 

    The Older Woman is Anna-Leigh Brook’s first novel – an erotic romance that ensues from a chance meeting but will keep you captivated until the end.

  • Blog Tour

    Blog Tour: Omen Amen by Jenny Ackland (Guest Post)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Omen Amen by Jenny Ackland, and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    Omen Amen by Jenny Ackland
    Genre: Sci-Fi
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 162
    Release date: 21/01/2021
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: Will Climate Change stimulate global action?

    The novel concentrates, initially,on the years around 4000. A totally different society has evolved from past ecological and environmental mistakes.

    It is a time of strict expectations following the devastation. Time Capsules are found, from two millennia past, illustrating peoples’ habits and lifestyles. Were lessons learnt?

    Time moves to the years around 6000 with a rigidly controlled society, led by Summiters, Emotions are forbidden.

    Discs are found which install instant historical information into the ‘brainstores’ of the surviving Summiters.

    One character possesses a unique ability to create a barrier permitting emotional reactions freely without sanction. Her name is Opal. She revels in the wonderful visions of millennia past. Dance, drama, art, music, sport and literature are received by Opal into her personal ‘brainstore’. She manages to activate her emotional barrier to avoid detection.

    Her enthusiasm for past creativity might make her careless.

  • Reviews

    Review: The Last Paper Crane by Kerry Drewery

    The Last Paper CraneThe Last Paper Crane by Kerry Drewery
    Genre: Young Adult | Historical
    Published by: Hot Key Books
    Pages: 304
    Release date: 04/04/2020
    Rating: ★★★★★
    Where to find: Goodreads | Waterstones
    Summary: 1945, Hiroshima: Ichiro is a teenage boy relaxing at home with his friend Hiro. Moments later there is a blinding flash as the horrific nuclear bomb is dropped. With great bravery the two boys find Hiro’s five year-old sister Keiko in the devastated and blasted landscape. With Hiro succumbing to his wounds, Ichiro is now the only one who can take care of Keiko. But in the chaos Ichiro loses her when he sets off to find help.

    Seventy years later, the loss of Keiko and his broken promise to his dying friend are haunting the old man’s fading years. Mizuki, his grandaughter, is determined to help him. As the Japanese legend goes, if you have the patience to fold 1,000 paper cranes, you will find your heart’s desire; and it turns out her grandfather has only one more origami crane to fold…

    Narrated in a compelling mix of straight narrative, free verse and haiku poems, this is a haunting and powerful novel of courage and survival, with full-page illustrations by Natsko Seki.