I am delighted to be featuring an extract from The Woman in the Mirror by Rebecca James as part of the blog tour.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Izzy Smith at HQ, Harper Collins for asking me to take part in the tour and for sending me a proof copy of the book to read. A review will follow on this blog soon.
Scroll down to find out more about The Woman in the Mirror and to read a captivating extract – it’s the Prologue!! Continue reading “Blog Tour & Extract: The Woman in the Mirror by Rebecca James (@VFoxWrites) @HQstories”
~ Publisher’s Description ~
When Maddie inherits a house in Cornwall shortly after the death of her husband, she hopes it will mean a fresh start. Maddie is enchanted by it and is keen to learn as much as she can about its past. As she discovers stories of generations of women who’ve lived there before, she feels her life is somehow intertwined within its walls.
~ My thoughts ~
I am writing this review having only finished The Cornish House about 15 minutes ago. It is very rare for me to do so as usually I need some time to allow my thoughts to order in my head, especially when I have felt such a deep connection with a book, as I did with this one. So, this review runs the risk of sounding like a series of ramblings rather than well thought out. What makes this one different? The effect that this particular book has had on me and how I needed to write my thoughts down straight away. Continue reading “Review: The Cornish House by Liz Fenwick (@liz_fenwick) @orionbooks”
I am absolutely delighted to welcome Liz Fenwick and her latest novel One Cornish Summer to my blog today. I have a great interview with Liz to share with you as well as my review of this awesome book.
Thank you to Orion for sending me an electronic proof copy of the book via Netgalley in return for an honest review and to Liz Fenwick for taking the time to answer the questions. Continue reading “Review, Q&A: One Cornish Summer by Liz Fenwick (@liz_fenwick) @orionbooks”
~ Book Blurb~
Sometimes running away is the answer…
Running out on your wedding day never goes down well. When the pressure of her forthcoming marriage becomes too much, Jude bolts from the church, leaving a good man at the altar, her mother in a fury, and the guests with enough gossip to last a year. Continue reading “#Review: A Cornish Affair by Liz Fenwick (@liz_fenwick) @orionbooks”
I am so excited to announce that I will be sharing some of my top reads from this blog over at The Riviera Woman.
The Riviera Woman, run by Anna Fill, helps women living or working on the Riviera live life to the full with it’s inspirational people and interesting articles.
I’m kicking off my top reads with my review of The Returning Tide by Liz Fenwick. You can read more here.
I have never bought so many books in one month, as I did in April 2017 – 23!! Everywhere I turned, there seemed to be books on sale for bargain prices.
As 23 books are far too many to include in one post, I have split April’s book haul into two posts.
Part 1 includes books by: Isabelle Broom, Rowan Coleman, Liz Fenwick, Julie Wassmer, Mary-Rose Maccoll, L.S. Hilton, Tessa Boase.
Part 2 includes books by: Vanessa Greene, Charles Belfoure, Fanny Blake, Rowan Coleman, Melissa Hill, Amanda Prowse, Clare Jay, Jennifer Potter, Katherine Webb, Trisha Ashley, Carol Drinkwater, Markus Zusak (click here to read Part 2).
Continue reading “#BookHaul: April 2017 – Part 1 #bookbloggers”