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    Blog Tour: Your Invisible Enemy, Your Invisible Power by Loreen McKellar (Extract)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Your Invisible Enemy, Your Invisible Power by Loreen McKellar, and I am bringing you an extract. Enjoy!

    Your Invisible Enemy, Your Invisible Power by Loreen McKellar
    Genre: Non-fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 99
    Release date: 24/11/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: Using scientific research to back up popular law of attraction teachings Your Invisible Enemy, Your Invisible Power is the first book to identify that significant numbers of fans of the law of attraction are suffering from depression, anxiety, and addictive behaviours as a consequence of growing up in a dysfunctional household. This experience has left them unable to benefit from the law of attraction. “Overcoming the lingering effects of childhood trauma is what causes the mental, emotional, and spiritual shift that allows the law of attraction to work.” The self-doubt and fear learned in your dysfunctional childhood is an invisible enemy sabotaging your very best efforts to live the life you want. Facing your past, feeling the pain and finding faith and purpose will release you from denial and project you into a powerful new world where a myriad of possibilities will reveal themselves. This book will give you clear-cut directions on how to recover from the past, find your purpose and prosper.

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    Blog Tour: Little Book of Cross Stitch by Geeky Stitching Company (Extract)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Little Book of Cross Stitch by Geeky Stitching Company, and I am bringing you an extract. Enjoy!

    Little Book of Cross Stitch by the Geeky Stitching Company
    Genre: Non-fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 80
    Release date: 26/11/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: You will find over thirty of our bestselling designs in this book as well as seven new patterns to stitch up, we have everything from rainbows to fluffy animals and not a country cottage in sight!

    A great book for beginners as well as experienced stitchers who are fans of stitching cute stuff and fun puns.

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    Blog Tour: Breeze by Sarah Asuquo (Guest Post)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Breeze by Sarah Asuquo, and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    Breeze by Sarah Asuquo
    Genre: Young Adult
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 130
    Release date: 17/11/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: Being a teenager is complicated enough. Add a superpower to the mix, and it gives “glow up” a whole new meaning.

    At Aspire Academy, East London, there are countless cliques and weekly trends, but Breeze isn’t interested in any of that; she’s not like most of the girls in her school. There’s only one place at Aspire where Breeze feels like she truly belongs. The track.

    Breeze is a gifted athlete and the national champion for the 100-metre sprint. However, she is astonished when she discovers that her talent is also her superpower! With her power comes popularity but also duty. She is given a secret mission (which could change the fate of her school FOREVER), but to succeed, she must put aside her desire to maintain her new status and realise the true purpose of her gift.

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    Blog Tour: Entanglement by Peter Hodge (Guest Post)

    Hey friends. Today is my stop on the blog tour for Entanglement by Peter Hodge and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    Entanglement by Peter HodgeEntanglement by Peter Hodge
    Genre: Thriller
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 290
    Release date: 29/10/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: This is a story where Western values meet’s the volatility of Eastern Europe, in the throes of revolutionary change – where an elite’s vision of righteousness, is another’s contempt; all merged into a maelstrom of anger and violence.

    Such events, exposes humanity to its rawest form, from the glorious rollercoaster of love, to the ugliness of political violence, motivated by the greed of oligarchs, who never see, or taste the blood of those who pay the price for their egos.

    In such a kaleidoscope of political and emotional upheaval, two people find commonality and a route to survival through a mutual desire for love.

    From the highest levels of Government to the vile instincts of bitter men, a Norwegian man and an Eastern European woman, navigate the violence and volatility of a nation that is uprising against their rulers – all against a backdrop of foreign interference.

    Seen through different eyes, the story describes the beauty of a city and its people that is in turmoil, as revolution encompasses every aspect of normal life; where violent death and compassion become interwoven bedfellows, when martyrdom gives way to peace..

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  • Blog Tour

    Blog Tour: Cookfulness by Ian Taverner (Guest Post)

    Hey friends. Today is my stop on the blog tour for Cookfulness: A Therapeutic Approach to Cooking by Ian Taverner and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    Cookfulness: A Therapeutic Approach To Cooking: Amazon.co.uk: Taverner,  Ian: 9781913568795: BooksCookfulness: A Therapeutic Approach to Cooking by Ian Taverner
    Genre: Non-fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 154
    Release date: 29/10/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: Create Space For The Happy Stuff!

    This cookbook is crammed full of new and innovative ways, hints and tips, designed specifically for people with chronic pain and mental health conditions, by me, a fellow sufferer.

    It is all to help you WANT to cook, not have to!

    Cooking really can be a therapy. Cooking really can ignite your passions. Cooking really is possible!

    If you are having a bad day, I want to make it better. If you are having a better day, I want to make it good. If you are having a good day, I want to make it great. If you are having a great day, good on you!

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    Blog Tour: The Bogeyman by Steve Dover (Interview)

    Hey friends. Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Bogeyman by Steve Dover and I am bringing you an interview. Enjoy!

    The Bogeyman: Amazon.co.uk: Dover, Steve: 9781913568856: BooksThe Bogeyman by Steve Dover
    Genre: Middle Grade
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 22
    Release date: 27/10/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: As dusk and dark come earlier when time approaches Autumn and Winter brings calm cold mists to the streets, the lights throw shadows and shapes that awaken imagination and fear. Are they all fleeting shadows or is there one that is something else. The Bogey Man. His abnormality has made him a figure of rejection. Something other than the accepted normal. But he is afraid and he longs only for acceptance and inclusion. The Bogey Man is a metaphor for the less advantaged and those rejected by our prejudices.

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  • Blog Tour,  Reviews

    Blog Tour: Poisoned by Jennifer Donnelly (Review)

    Hey friends. Today is my stop on the blog tour for Poisoned by Jennifer Donnelly and I am sharing my review with you. Enjoy!

    PoisonedPoisoned by Jennifer Donnelly
    Genre: Young Adult | Retelling | Fantasy
    Published by: Hot Key Books
    Pages: 432
    Release date: 20/10/2020
    Rating: ★★★★☆
    Where to find: Goodreads | Waterstones
    Summary: Beautiful Sophie, with lips as red as blood, skin as pale as snow, and hair as dark as night, is about to come of age and inherit her father’s throne. But Sophie’s stepmother wants rid of her – beautiful she may be, but too weak and foolish to reign. And Sophie believes her, as she believes all the things that have been said about her – all the poisonous words people use to keep girls like her from becoming too powerful, too strong.

    When the huntsman carries out his orders of killing Sophie, she finds a fire burning inside her that will not be extinguished, and sets off to reclaim what was taken from her.

    Jennifer Donnelly turns her feminist eye to this most delicious of fairy tales and shows Snow White as she’s never been seen before.

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    Blog Tour: Smile of Deceit by Keith Newman (Interview)

    Hey Friends. Today is my stop on the blog tour for Smile of Deceit by Keith Newman and I am bringing you an interview. Enjoy!

    Smile of Deceit by Keith Newman
    Genre: Thriller
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 478
    Release date: 20/10/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: When two teenage girls disappear exactly sixteen years apart, police are convinced that the cases must be connected. One suspect was present on both occasions and now he has checked out of his hotel early and cannot be found.

    But nothing is straightforward and it becomes clear that police involved in the original investigation have secrets of their own. When the cold case is reopened new evidence about both girls is established quickly, and there is a strong suspicion that the police are being manipulated.

    Ruby Delacourt, the partner of the main suspect, is convinced that he is innocent and she uses her skill as a reporter to do her own digging. But she helps to uncover a much darker side to his character and an unexpected link between the two cases.

    This is the turning point and the race is on to catch the real killer – a race which begins in the mountains of the French Alps and ends in a ski lodge just north of Lake Bled.

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    Blog Tour: The Wolf and the Water by Josie Jaffrey (Spotlight)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Wolf and the Water by Josie Jaffrey and I am bringing you a spotlight. Enjoy!

    The Wolf and The WaterThe Wolf and the Water by Josie Jaffrey
    Series: Deluge #1
    Genre: Fantasy
    Published by: Silver Sun Books
    Pages: 268
    Release date: 08/10/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads
    Summary: Some secrets are worth killing for.

    The ancient city of Kepos sits in an isolated valley, cut off from the outside world by a towering wall. Behind it, the souls of the dead clamour for release. Or so the priesthood says.

    Kala has never had any reason to doubt their word – until her father dies in suspicious circumstances that implicate the city’s high priest. She’s determined to investigate, but she has a more immediate problem: the laws of the city require her mother to remarry straight away.

    Kala’s new stepfather is a monster, but his son Leon is something altogether more dangerous: kind.

    With her family fractured and the investigation putting her life in danger, the last thing Kala needs is romance. She would rather ignore Leon entirely, however difficult he makes it. But when she learns the truth of what really clamours behind the wall at the end of the valley, she faces a choice: share what she knows and jeopardise her escape, or abandon him to his fate along with the rest of the city.

    If she doesn’t move fast, then no one will make it out of the valley alive.

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    Blog Tour: Digital Monsters by Vivian Asimos (Guest Post)

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Digital Monsters by Vivian Asimos, and I am bringing you a guest post written by Vivian. Enjoy!

    Digital Monsters by Vivian Asimos
    Genre: Non Fiction
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 99
    Release date: 06/10/2020
    Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
    Summary: Horror storytelling online has a rich history as detailed and long as the internet itself. Digital Monsters explores many of these narratives and reads them to see what these stories tell us about the internet, about digital communities, and about ourselves. This book seeks to explore the monsters of the virtual world. It will not only detail the narratives but also explore the connections between these monsters and the world outside. It demonstrates what these monsters have to say about the people who write them and draw them, and what they show us about the communal and social words surrounding them.

    The digital monsters in this book enjoy living in the middle ground between typically considered strict dichotomies. These monsters, which both are and aren’t simultaneously, reveal other categories the communities hold dear. These categories, as well as the destruction of categories, are what will be explored through the detailed study of these digital monsters. Studying these narratives will provide us with an understanding of how these narratives relate to the broader horror genre, and what it has to say about the social and cultural contexts it finds itself in.

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