There’s a sound to breaking waves when they’re close, a sound like nothing else. The background roar is unmistakable, overlaid by the swash of the landing wave and then the … Continue reading The Salt Path by Raynor Winn
Today I’m thrilled to be hosting the blog tour for Notebook by Tom Cox. Synopsis Sure, sex is great, but have you ever cracked open a new notebook and written … Continue reading Notebook by Tom Cox
Today I am delighted to be hosting the blog tour for The Shadowy Third: Love, Letters, and Elizabeth Bowen by Julia Parry. Synopsis A sudden death in the family delivers … Continue reading The Shadowy Third: Love, Letters, and Elizabeth Bowen by Julia Parry
Today I am delighted to be taking part in the blog tour for A Year of Living Simply by Kate Humble. Synopsis If there is one thing that most of … Continue reading A Year of Living Simply by Kate Humble
Today I am delighted to be hosting the blog tour for What Doesn’t Kill You: Fifteen Stories of Survival a collection of inspiring essays edited by Elitsa Desmeadzhiyska Synopsis An … Continue reading What Doesn’t Kill You edited by Elitsa Desmeadzhiyska
Today I’m delighted to be hosting the blog tour for My Judy Garland Life by Susie Boyt as part of the Random Things Tour. Synopsis An irresistible mixture of memoir, … Continue reading My Judy Garland Life by Susie Boyt
Today I would like to share with you a memoir by C.E.A. Forster. The author is a foster carer and she has decided to share her stories within the pages … Continue reading You’re Being Ridiculous! by C.E.A Forster – memoirs of a foster carer
Liz Robinson knows a good book when she reads one and this month she has picked John Sutherland, as the author who has stood out and grabbed her attention. Over … Continue reading John Sutherland – A Liz Robinson Author of the Month.