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Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Blog tour: Frostfire by Jamie Smith



If you are still looking to become a published writer, Jamie is proof that there is still a chance for anyone to become published. Jamie didn't win the Times/Chicken House writing competition this year, but he was shortlisted and Chicken House still wanted to publish his work. It's quite common that they do this, so don't give up, there is still a chance you will get your publishing deal. Jamie says "over half of those shortlisted have been published since – an impressive statistic. There are over a thousand entries a year, but if you’ve got the story for it, I cannot recommend entering enough."

Today I am part of the blog tour for Jamie's entry which is Frostfire and I have my review to share with you of this fantastical adventure story.

Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Blog Tour: The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths


Today I am thrilled to be taking part in The Stranger Diaries blog tour by Elly Griffiths. This was such a compelling and mysterious read which is perfect to settle down with on these chilly, autumn evenings. Read on for my review and for more details on the chance to meet Elly herself.

Thursday, 1 November 2018

Blog Tour: The Witches of St Petersberg by Imogen Edward-Jones



Today brings my fourth blog tour in my marathon blog tour week! Today it's all about The Witches of St Petersberg by Imogen Edward-Jones and if you have an interest in the Romanovs then this is the book for you.

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Blog tour: Miss Marley: The Untold story of Jacob's Marley's Sister




Ah I'm so happy I'm starting to share Christmas excitement on the blog. This is my second Christmas post and one I am hugely excited for. I am a big fan of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol and have always wanted to know more about the other characters, so what a treat it was this year to see that Vanessa Lafaye had released a story about Jacob Marley's sister. I must say that when I read the notes at the back of the book I was sad to hear of Vanessa's passing, but how lovely that her dear friend Rebecca was able to continue her story.

Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Blog Tour: Roar by Cecelia Ahern


I have a week full of blog tours this week and today I am on the tour for Cecelia Ahern's latest book Roar, a collection of thirty short stories that that are told in each of their own unique ways. Read on for the full review.

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