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A Convenient Marriage* Blog Tour

November 19, 2019
A Convenient Marriage* by Jeevani Charika

Firstly, a massive thank you to Sarah Hardy and Jeevani Charika for having me on this blog tour. I absolutely adored this book. Admittedly, it wasn't a shock considering I've loved both of the other books I've read by Jeevani. In this, we follow Chaya and Gimhana two Sri Lankan's living in London with very traditional parents. They've both become pretty successful in their respective fields. Both have…

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Ghoster* Blog Tour

November 16, 2019
Ghoster* by Jason Arnopp

Well, this book certainly surprised me. Not only in how much I enjoyed it but also the turn the plot took! At first, this book appeared to be a very good thriller. Kate Collins was supposed to move in with the man of her dreams. She'd upped her life from Leeds to Brighton but then the day before she was due to move all connection with her boyfriend…

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The Lost Ten* Blog Tour

October 28, 2019
The Lost Ten* by Harry Sidebottom

Firstly, a huge thank you to Zaffre and Compulsive Readers for having me on this blog tour. I have a confession, agreeing to this tour scared me. I have never read a historical fiction book, nevermind one heavily entrenched within the military genre. However, I've loved Greek and Roman history for as long as I can remember. I studied it in college and have been independently researching whenever…

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Supermarket by Bobby Hall

October 8, 2019
Supermarket by Bobby Hall

I've had my eye on this book for ages. I've picked it up and put it back on the shelf at work more times than I can count. Finally, I decided to sod it, and get the ¬£12.99 paperback. I was doing the typical reader thing of 'I don't want this odd-sized¬†paperback on my shelf'. I'm so glad I decided to. I took this away with me to…

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Needlemouse* Blog Tour

July 12, 2019
Needlemouse by Jane O'Connor

**I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for participation in the blog tour** What a pleasant surprise this book was. We follow the rather mundane life of Sylvia. A fifty-something with a near nonexistent social life, no relationship and no real interests besides the Hedgehog Sanctuary she volunteers at. She's utterly in love with the Professor she works, not that he knows or really even…