#BookReview Wedding Bells in Merriment Bay @emilyharvale #Romance #SundayReads

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Fighting the urge to stand on my sofa and shout, “I am so glad I discovered Emily Harvale’s books!”Β However it’s early Saturday morning and I don’t think my sleeping family and dog would appreciate my screeching. Sorry Emily! This book, Wedding Bells in Merriment Bay, is book three in the Merriment series by Emily Harvale […]

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#BookReview – A Wedding at Wynter House #BookTour

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Don’t you just love a book which gets you chuckling at the humour from the start? I haven’t read Emily Harvale before so I am grateful for being on this blog tour. She writes funny and lively characters who have plenty of banter and make you giggle from the outset. Here’s the blurb: A Wedding […]

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#BookReview New Rules by Lily Hayden

This book, New Rules, by Lily Hayden contains two great characters; Kate and Ellie, some wonderful life advice and one of the most uplifting endings I have read lately. It was very relatable for me as it’s all about the corporate world, how we sometimes let a demanding job take over our life and lose […]

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#BookReview A Cornish Daisy’s Kiss @PaperDollWrites

I am so pleased to be part of the blog tour for Laura Briggs’s sixth book in her series featuring budding author Maisie Clark. It was an enjoyable read because both Maisie and Sidney finally get a chance to sort out their feelings for each other, which I was secretly hoping for, and this book […]

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The Magic That Comes From Writing About Resilient Characters #AmWriting

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Last year I wrote a post on how writing about characters who reinvent themselves can spark a change in your own life. Back then writing about Pippa’s transformation in my book, Instructions For Falling In Love Again, had sparked enormous change in my own life. My post questioned whether writing about change had this magic ability to […]

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#BookReview A Sunset in Sydney @sandybarker #HolidayRomance #mustread

Don’t you just love an author who can read your mind?  At the end of the first book in this series, One Summer in Santorini, I was secretly hoping Sandy Barker’s heroine, Sarah Parsons, would ‘test’ out her two love interests for me so that I could see which one she should choose. I won’t […]

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