#BookReview #2021reads Beneath Cornish Skies @KateRyder_Books

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Firstly I am back after my festive blogging break and I would like to wish all of you a happy and healthy 2021. I have some amazing stuff lined up for my blog this year. Lots of fab books to be reviewed, loads of funny writing tales, some inspiring guest bloggers, and news of my […]

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35 Things You Don’t See When You buy A Book #WritingCommunity

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The idea for this post came to me after I was reading an article on Medium about the phrase overnight success. I have always been intrigued by the term and the notion that success JUST happens to authors. Surely there is more to overnight literary fame than meets the eye? Once you type this myth […]

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#BookReview Love Offline @ospringauthor #RomCom

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Don’t you just love a book which carries an important and thought provoking message? This book surprised me and I take my hat off to author Olivia Spring. I never expected a romantic comedy to make me stop and think. This book was more than just an enjoyable romantic comedy. It makes you think about […]

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#BookReview A Stargazy Night Sky 💕 🔭 ✨ @PaperDollWrites #romance

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I’ve been following this book series by Laura Briggs so was pleased to get onto the tour of this seventh book – A Stargazy Night Sky. As I read this enjoyable book from Laura Briggs I got the sense trouble is brewing in the concluding book (eight) for the main couple; Maisie and Sidney. My […]

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#BookReview Under a Siena Sun @TAWilliamsBooks #bookish #romance

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Don’t you just love a book which whisks you off to a different world and slips you into the shoes of someone leading an interesting life? The prologue of this book; Under a Siena Sun by T.A Williams, did remind me of one of my favourite TV shows – Our Girl and all I will […]

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#BookReview Starcross Manor 🌠 #TuesdayBookBlog @ChristieJBarlow

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Don’t you just love the start of a romance novel where it feels like the author will have to perform a miracle in order to bring their two characters together? Their characters seem like the unlikeliest of people to find love and you end up diving into the story wondering how it’s going to turn […]

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#BookReview The Greatest of Enemies @BRMaycock #Friendship

Don’t you just love an author who has a great sense of humour? I got the chance to virtually meet Berni, the author, of The Greatest of Enemies, at a Chicklit & Prosecco event on Facebook. This was before I read her book. She’s a funny lady and I found myself thinking I bet she […]

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#BookReview A French Affair @jenniewriter #Bookish @BoldwoodBooks

This delightful book was like taking a little mini break over to Brittany in France without the need to leave my armchair. I think armchair travel fiction should become a new genre and I think Jennifer Bohnet would be up amongst the bestsellers as she knows how to bring her settings and characters to life. […]

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#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!” 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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