Monthly Archives: October, 2020

An Interview with Allison Symes

It is always a joy to have flash fiction author Allison Symes to visit my blog. Today, she is going to chat about her writing journey and her new book, Tripping the Light Fantastic. Thank you for stopping by, Allison. 1 Please tell my readers a little about yourself? Hello I’m Allison Symes, multi-published flash …

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The Cry of the Lake by Charlie Tyler

I recently read the new novel by Charlie Tyler, The Cry of the Lake. This is a debut novel and I had heard great things about it, so I was excited to read it. The novel is set in and around Oxford and the description of some parts of the area are a delight. The …

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Sickbed to Summits by Sara Crosland

I am delighted to be part of the blog tour for Sickbed to Summits by Sara Crosland @saracrosland run by Love Book Tours @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours You can follow her inspiring story in this new book. The Blurb When Sara was first diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma, like many others, she went straight to the internet. …

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An Interview with Karla Forbes

What a pleasure it is to have fellow author Karla Forbes visit my blog today to discuss her writing journey. Karla’s new novel, Fallout, was published yesterday. Tell us about your interest in reading and writing. 1 Please tell my readers a little about yourself? I write under the pseudonym Karla Forbes and I recently …

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Justice be Damned by Rosemary J Kind

I recently finished reading Justice be Damned by Rosemary J Kind, whom I have met many times at Swanwick Writers’ Summer School. When I bought it, I did not realise that it is the fourth book in the author’s series, The Tales of Flynn and Reilly. I would probably have benefitted from reading the books …

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Fulfilment by Anne Stormont

It is a delight to be involved with the third part of @writeanne Anne Stormont’s Scottish, Skye based trilogy, Fulfilment. The tour is run by Love Book Tours, one of the foremost tour companies in the UK. Find them at @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours.  Enjoy the tour. The Blurb The path of true love rarely runs smoothly… …

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A Stranger in Paris by Karen Webb

I am thrilled to be part of the blog tour for A Stranger in Paris by Karen Webb @bookwormpegg published by @impressbooks1. The tour is run by Love Books Group @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours  The Blurb Aberystwyth University, 1986 – and another year of torrential rain. Bad hair days and a rugby-fanatic fiancé are part of her …

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