Blood Scotland 2017 ~ LBG’s Day 1 ~ #Review @BloodyScotland

My Bloody Scotland 2017 adventure started on platform 13 at Waverly Station, Edinburgh. Bumping into author Helen MacKinven was a real treat, although Helen was heading home I still got to spend some time chatting on the train. We were also joined by the wonderful Alison Baillie Taylor, who I thought I had passed whilst … Continue reading Blood Scotland 2017 ~ LBG’s Day 1 ~ #Review @BloodyScotland

The Heart’s Invisible Furies @john_boyne @DoubledayUK @edbookfest #EventReview

Day 2 at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2017, the highlight of the day for me was the John Boyne event, chaired by Janet Ellis. Held in the Spiegeltent the event was sold out and I felt incredibly blessed to be attending. Joanne Baird from Portobello Book Blog was the first person to introduce me … Continue reading The Heart’s Invisible Furies @john_boyne @DoubledayUK @edbookfest #EventReview

A Country Road, A Tree By Jo Baker ~ @Edbookfest #Review

Jo Baker was this afternoons event for us at The Edinburgh International Festival 2017. Chaired by Alexandria Lawrie. A Country Road, A Tree by Jo Baker is nominated for a James Tait Black Fiction 2017 award. A fascinating insight into why Ms. Baker chose the theme of Samuel Beckett.  It turns out Ms Baker is … Continue reading A Country Road, A Tree By Jo Baker ~ @Edbookfest #Review

The Fact Of Body @alexandriaml @valmcdermid @edbookfest #Review

Alexandria Marzano ~ Lesnevich was inspired to write her book after viewing a video tape of Rick Langley confessing to the murder of a six-year-old boy and having an overwhelming feeling of wanting him to die for his crime. Val McDermid chaired the event which I surprisingly found to be very emotional. Val was the … Continue reading The Fact Of Body @alexandriaml @valmcdermid @edbookfest #Review

Reading The City @Edbookfest @RonButlinMakar @oldnorthroad @fivekingdoms #Review

READING THE CITY ~ BOSCO THEATRE ~ 12/08/2017 Kick starting my  Edinburgh Book Festival 2017 was an amazing event with James Loxley, Ron Butlin and Vivian French.  The event focused on the influence the New Town has had on Authors and Poets. A fully packed Bosco Theatre and I were entranced as James Loxley told … Continue reading Reading The City @Edbookfest @RonButlinMakar @oldnorthroad @fivekingdoms #Review

Book Fairy #Edinburgh @the_bookfairies @BookfairiesScot #scottish #PerfectPrey @Helen_Fields @AvonBooksUK

Yesterday my role was Book Fairy, it was exciting and fulfilling. Seeing peoples reactions was priceless. I went with my neighbour to Princess Street Gardens, Edinburgh. Here are some photographs from the day! For more information on how to become a fairy, visit ~ Ibelieveinbookfairies website. If you enjoyed the blog please leave a like and a comment. We would love … Continue reading Book Fairy #Edinburgh @the_bookfairies @BookfairiesScot #scottish #PerfectPrey @Helen_Fields @AvonBooksUK

Noir At The Bar #Dundee 2017 #CrimeFiction #Scotland #Scottish ~ Hosted By@WendyHJones

I was honoured to attend Noir At The Bar Dundee at The Braes Bar on Thursday evening, it was lovely to see a host of familiar faces and to feel at one with my tribe.  With the love of books as the thread that binds us. Wendy Jones was the host and organiser of the … Continue reading Noir At The Bar #Dundee 2017 #CrimeFiction #Scotland #Scottish ~ Hosted By@WendyHJones

Launch VIP Ball @MagicFest @LanyardMedia #Edinburgh #Scottish #Event

Last night myself and fellow Love Books Group lady,  J A Warnock attended the VIP Magic Festival Ball in Edinburgh at Summerhall. On arrival we had scrumptious, lemon, basil, gin, sherbet and prosecco drinks.  With wonderful floating magic trees decorating the room and live music. The excitement in the room was on a high. The event … Continue reading Launch VIP Ball @MagicFest @LanyardMedia #Edinburgh #Scottish #Event

Little Shop Of Horrors #Edinburgh #Review @TBCProductionsEdinburgh #The Studio #Edinburgh #Theatre

Little Shop Of Horrors  The Studio Theatre, Edinburgh Review: By Kelly  I was invited to review a production of Little Shop of Horrors at The Studio in Edinburgh, by TBC Productions.  I am a fan of the theatre show and movie, having seen it many times. I was looking forward to it. With it being … Continue reading Little Shop Of Horrors #Edinburgh #Review @TBCProductionsEdinburgh #The Studio #Edinburgh #Theatre

*CRIME FICTION* Sewing The Shadows Together ~ @alisonbailliex #Interview @matadorbooks

Every day we will have Authors from different genres answering my exclusive questionnaire. Today on the blog, is Alison Baillie, author of Sewing The Shadows Together  Alison Baillie~ Crime Fiction Takeover Interview Which crime novel stayed with you long after you had finished? Miss Smilla’s feeling for Snow by Peter Hoeg was the first Scandinavian … Continue reading *CRIME FICTION* Sewing The Shadows Together ~ @alisonbailliex #Interview @matadorbooks