Having now read most of the big upcoming releases for this year already, I now find myself composing a list of my next must reads for the months ahead and hopefully as a reviewer and blogger my run of good fortune will continue. My ARC wishlist is as follows. Roy Grace 13 by Peter James… Continue reading The Books I Must Read in 2016
Was delighted to recieve a review copy of the latest Amanda Prowse and even happier to discover that it was signed and a personal message also attached so big thank you to Amanda and her team for this. x Once a week, Rosie Tipcott counts her blessings. She goes to sit on her favourite… Continue reading Review: My Husbands Wife by Amanda Prowse
Thanks to everyone who entered my 1st Giveaway either by commenting on the blog or Retweeting on Twitter, and it is now time to let everyone know who has won the signed copy of Drake by Peter Mclean. So my daughter Torri has chosen the winner at random and it is…Rebelian Studios @_Rebelian via a… Continue reading And the winner is…………
Feeling very happy with the progress of both the blog and Twitter so to celebrate I am doing my 1st giveaway ! For a chance to win a signed copy of this highly praised book, simply like or comment on this post, share via Twitter, or if you already follow me on Twitter I have… Continue reading 1st Giveaway ! Signed copy of Drake by Peter Mclean.
The military is in control. Tight control. Media is censored, movement restricted. There are re-education camps for trouble makers, repatriation camps for non-nationals. Jake, Brian and Suze, three idealistic young journalists, are used to hiding as they try to keep their online news channel open. They publish the truth about the repatriations, the corruption… Continue reading Review: To Retribution: When there’s no going back
This week I have been in a proper grump, as some of you may have gathered from my daily mutterings on Social Media, mainly due to the weather and some very annoying work related issues. But the fog has lifted gradually as I have been cheered up no end by the mounting good news and… Continue reading Bleatings…
All her life, she has been overlooked by difficult patients, disinterested colleagues and even her own family. So when she discovers a way to commit the perfect crime, Jane seizes the opportunity and begins deliberating who of her many patients is most deserving of her murderous attention. And when elderly James Walsh tries one to… Continue reading Review: The Certificate by Priscilla Masters