Client Feedback – The Forgotten God by Andrew Rylands @andrewrylands1 #AuthorServices #Testimonial

The Forgotten God by Andrew Rylands About the Book Delphi, Greece. A magically trapped god. A stolen lover. And a mystical war on the verge of exploding. Apollo wants to forget his past as an Olympian god. Trapped in a feline body with magically repressed memories should get him what he wants…  But when humans … Continue reading Client Feedback – The Forgotten God by Andrew Rylands @andrewrylands1 #AuthorServices #Testimonial

Rogue Most Wanted by Janna MacGregor @JannaMacGregor #BookReview #GuestReview

Rogue Most Wanted by Janna MacGregor  Guest review by Tanya Kaanta for Love Books Group Rogue most wanted is the fifth book in the Cavensham Heiresses series and I’m still as smitten with this one as I was when Ms. MacGregor started the series. This is a story for all you lovers of historical romance. … Continue reading Rogue Most Wanted by Janna MacGregor @JannaMacGregor #BookReview #GuestReview

The Shadow Man by Helen Fields @AvonBooksUK @Helen_Fields #BookReview #BookTwitter 

The Shadow Man by Helen Fields Review by Kelly Lacey A refreshingly clever read from Helen Fields. Not part of the ‘Perfect’ series but with a few cross over characters. Connie Woolwine is the protagonist an interesting strong woman with an intricate and detailed past. I didn’t think it could be done but move over … Continue reading The Shadow Man by Helen Fields @AvonBooksUK @Helen_Fields #BookReview #BookTwitter 

The Longest Trail by Roni McFadden #GuestReview #BookReview

The Longest Trail by Roni McFadden. Review by Ally Brady on behalf of Love Books Group This is the book the world needs right now. If you love horses, this is the book for you. If you do not like horses, this is still the book for you.  This is a real-life account of the … Continue reading The Longest Trail by Roni McFadden #GuestReview #BookReview

What the World Needs Now: Bees! by Cheryl Rosebush #GuestReview #BookReview

What the World Needs Now: Bees! by Cheryl RosebushGuest review by Dr Clare Horrocks & Adam Berney (8) What the World Needs Now – Bees is a lovely picture and information book aimed at 4 – 8-year-olds. My son has been learning about habitats at school so we were particularly excited to receive this book … Continue reading What the World Needs Now: Bees! by Cheryl Rosebush #GuestReview #BookReview

Ties That Bind by Elaine R Chissick @ElaineRChissick #GuestReview #BookReview 

Guest Review by Dr Clare Horrocks I was sent this book as part of a bundle to review for Kelly, to catch up on a delicious backlog of books requiring review. What a fantastic job! Inside the book was a personalised letter from the author explaining how the book had been conceived, apologising that it … Continue reading Ties That Bind by Elaine R Chissick @ElaineRChissick #GuestReview #BookReview 

Crime fiction with bite! The Wolf Hunters by Amanda Mitchison @amandamitchison @FledglingPress #Fivestarread #Bookreview

The Wolf Hunters by Amanda Mitchison Kelly Lacey - Reviews - The Wolf Hunters by Amanda Mitchison The crime fiction debut with bite!  I was taken straight away by the stunning and unusual cover for the Wolf Hunters by Amanda Mitchison. It doesn’t give anything away and it really drew me in. I love when a … Continue reading Crime fiction with bite! The Wolf Hunters by Amanda Mitchison @amandamitchison @FledglingPress #Fivestarread #Bookreview

Author Spotlight with Leigh Russell @LeighRussell @Bloodhoundbook #AuthorintheSpotlight

Author in the Spotlight - LEIGH RUSSELL How readers open our eyes  Like a lot of authors, I’ve read a great many books. Often they stay with me, leaving me thinking long after I finish reading. Given that I’ve always read in a variety of genres, it seemed reasonable to branch out and write a … Continue reading Author Spotlight with Leigh Russell @LeighRussell @Bloodhoundbook #AuthorintheSpotlight

The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen #bookreview

Guest Review by Tanya Kaanta for The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen The Lost Letters of William Woolf is Irish writer Helen Cullen’s debut novel. The setting is fantastic. William works as a letter detective in the Dead Letters Depot, sleuthing to reunite lost letters to their rightful owners. However, this story … Continue reading The Lost Letters of William Woolf by Helen Cullen #bookreview

One for Sorrow by Helen Fields @Helen_Fields @AvonBooksUK #Coverreveal

If you have been following my blog from the start you will know I am a huge Helen Fields fan. I am so excited to share with you the cover for the new Turner and Callanach thriller, One for Sorrow. The publication day will be on the 17th of February and you can pre-order it … Continue reading One for Sorrow by Helen Fields @Helen_Fields @AvonBooksUK #Coverreveal