Monthly Archives: July 2017

Story of Old | Death Plays a Part | Book Blog Tour

Hi guys! I cannot quite believe that it’s the first of August tomorrow – where is this year going?! Today I’m taking part in the blog tour for Death Plays a part by Vivian Conroy. Blurb With high tide comes murder… When her beloved London theatre closes for renovations, costume maker Guinevere is excited to […]

Mysteries in the Shadows | Soot | A Review

Hi guys, and how’s your Sunday? Are you ready for Monday? Today I’m reviewing Soot by Andrew Martin. I read this book as a Netgalley proof and was lucky enough to win a copy of the hardback – which FYI is very pretty! Blurb York, 1799. In August, an artist is found murdered in his […]

Healing | Eat, Pray, Love | A Review

Hi guys, a late review I’m afraid, I’ve been catching up with all things #YALC on Twitter and completely forgot the time! Today I’m reviewing an older book – Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. Blurb Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat Pray Love touched the world and changed countless lives, inspiring and empowering millions of readers to […]

Man Booker UK Longlist 2017 | Thoughts

What’s this? A Thursday blog post? *shock* Since beginning my work in a local book shop, I’ve seen books on the other side of the door, with the likes of marketing and what’s selling and when. Particulary keeping on top of book prizes. Hence my blog post for today. A little bit of info about […]

The Mysteries of Time | Court of Lions | A Review

A late post today, sorry guys! As you may have seen I took part in the Court of Lions blog tour and was lucky enough to get the chance to interview Jane Johnson, if you haven’t read that blog post, be sure to check it out here now! On to the review! Blurb Kate Fordham, […]

The changing tides | Our Memory Like Dust | Book Blog Tour

G’day friends! Today I’m taking part in the Our Memory Like Dust book blog tour, written by Gavin Chait. Blurb Why do we tell stories? To hold on to what has been loved and lost, to create new myths, to explain and teach in ways that seep into memory. Shakiso Collard leads the evacuation from […]

New Beginnings | Following Evan | A Review

Hi guys! Can you believe it’s Sunday and pretty much halfway through the year? I can’t quite believe that the schools have already broken up and there’s talks of Halloween and selling at Christmas!? Today I’m reviewing Following Evan by Elida May. Blurb Three years on from the sudden death of her husband Matt and […]