#Book Review Second Chance At First Love @zoeallisonauth1 #whattoread

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My hand held electric fan is a shadow of its former self. Warning – this book review contains a lot of 🔥 and ❤️ emojis, CAPITALS and exclamation marks. Obviously I have tried to keep my cool and my emotions in check whilst writing this review *sigh* This book by Zoe Allison sent the temperature […]

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Author Interview – Bettina Hunt @BeautySwot #romance #amwriting

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A few creative moons ago I read, Without a Hitch, by a romance author called Bettina Hunt. From the start of the book I loved her humour, her relatable characters and her take on romantic comedy. I went onto read one of her other novels; A Tempting Trio, and laughed so much at her hilarious […]

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Searching For a New Book Idea & Dating – The Similarities #AmWriting

Hunting for new book ideas can be tough especially if you don’t have a conveyor belt of shiny new ideas awaiting you. Often social media will make you feel like you are the only writer in the world who hasn’t got a GREAT idea to work on and that can cause you some creative suffering. […]

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5 Tips For Maximising Your Writing Time @KimTheBookWorm #AmWriting

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I am thrilled to have author Kim Nash on my blog today. Kim is the author of heartwarming and feel-good fiction. I am halfway through her new book, Moonlight Over Muddleford Cove. Kim’s books are good for the soul. They are uplifting romances with relatable characters and generous spoonfuls of humour. So, please, welcome, Kim […]

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#BookReview Chasing the Italian dream @jo_thomas01 #summerreads

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Don’t you just love that feeling when you start to read a book and instantly feel that good book vibe. I got that same feeling with this new book from Jo Thomas. In addition I got a powerful urge to book a holiday to Italy, browse Pinterest for pics of Naples and buy myself a […]

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#BookReview THE TICKLEMORE TATTLER #TuesdayBookBlog @LizDaviesAuthor

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In this book the main character, Juliette, works on a local newspaper, The Ticklemore Tattler. Keeping this local newspaper running has been Juliette’s life for the last seventeen years. From the start of this book I became emotionally attached to The Ticklemore Tattler. There was something so endearing about this local newspaper, it’s readership, which […]

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