5 Tips For Writing Comedy @AnnaBell_Writes #AmWriting #Romcom

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I am super excited because the author of heart-warming and funny romantic comedies Anna Bell has come to take over my blog today. She’s going to share with us her tips on writing comedy and I am hoping she will also tell us about her book which I can’t wait to read as it sounds […]

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#bookReview Christmas in Cockleberry Bay #CICB @nicolamay1 #ChristmasReads

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Christmas is all about coming home and Nicola May’s Christmas in Cockleberry Bay has certainly made me feel like I am back in my romcom home. This book brought a smile to my face while my family wrestled with a stubborn Christmas tree and a box full of tangled tree lights. Ignoring my family’s tree […]

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#BookReview When Polly Met Olly @zoe_writes #Bookish #Romance

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I read this book and wished I had Polly, the main character’s new job. I found myself feeling envious of Polly working at To The Moon & Back dating agency in New York. I don’t normally get career envy when reading about the lives of fictional people but I did with Polly. This book was […]

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#BookReview Summer Hates Christmas @WriterDove #TuesdayBookBlog #WhatToRead

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I was planning to leave this review until nearer Christmas but I am desperate to shout about this book and the fact this was my first experience of reading a Rachel Dove novel. As a Yorkshire lass myself and someone who spent MANY a family holiday in Bridlington during her youth, you can imagine my reading […]

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How To Connect With Your Inner Bridezilla – Read ‘Without a Hitch’ 👰🏼❤️@BeautySwot #SundayBlogShare #BookReview #bridetobe

Even though I got married many moons ago I still find myself gazing longingly at engagement rocks in jewellers, getting urges to try on beautiful wedding dresses, drawing up family seating plans with post it notes (when I should be plotting my novel), restraining myself from throwing a bunch of flowers at a crowd of […]

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Victoria Cooke’s New Book Left Me Singing ‘Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves’ – ❤️ Read My Review @VictoriaCooke10 #BookReview #Books

I love a ‘feel good’ book which makes me burst into song after reading it. Victoria Cooke’s new book, ‘Who Needs Men Anyway?‘ did just that. If you are not familiar with the 1985 pop hit ‘Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves’ sung by the Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin, you need to check out the tune […]

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