#BlogTour #BookReview #SeasOfSnow by @zinca #paperback #launch @unbounders

For my sins I have the Friday the 13th (morning) slot of the Seas Of Snow blog tour, which celebrates the paperback release of the debut novel by Kerensa Jennings. So here’s my review of this startling, beautifully written and hard-to-categorise novel. This review was first on my blog on 18 April 2017. In the interests … More #BlogTour #BookReview #SeasOfSnow by @zinca #paperback #launch @unbounders

Review of THE MISSING TWIN by Alex Day via @alexdaywriter

Publisher: Killer Reads (HarperCollins imprint) Author: Alex Day Date published: August 2017 Format of book read: e-book. Thanks to the publisher for my copy, via Netgalley. With each chapter of The Missing Twin I became more and more engaged, wondering what on earth was going on and just how the two protagonists might overcome their ever-worsening difficulties. The … More Review of THE MISSING TWIN by Alex Day via @alexdaywriter

#Bookreview The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Publication Date: 2017 Device: iPhone; mostly listened to audiobook Blurb: EVERYONE WANTS TO BE A ROANOKE GIRL. BUT YOU WON’T WHEN YOU KNOW THE TRUTH. ‘Roanoke girls never last long around here. In the end, we either run or we die.’ The girls of the Roanoke family – beautiful, rich, mysterious … More #Bookreview The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

Review of Ghostbird by Carol Lovekin #Bookreview @carollovekin @honno

As I enjoyed Ghostbird so much, and a paperback was sent to me from the author as part of the Writers For Grenfell fundraiser earlier this year, I thought I’d review it on my blog. Publisher Honno Welsh Women’s Press (17 Mar. 2016) Blurb Someone needs to be forgiven. Someone needs to forgive. ‘Charming, quirky, magical’ Joanne Harris … More Review of Ghostbird by Carol Lovekin #Bookreview @carollovekin @honno