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House of Straw by Marc Scott (Review)

Good afternoon! I hope everybody is keeping safe and well. Today I am pleased to be on the blog tour for House of Straw by Marc Scott. It's available in Kindle and Papaerback formats. I received a paperback copy for free for review purposes. Review House of Straw follows two women, Bree and Poppy. Bree… Continue reading House of Straw by Marc Scott (Review)

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The Bloodline Will by A.B Morgan (Review)

Hey guys! I hope you all had a wonderful bank holiday weekend! Today I'm on the tour for The Bloodline Will by A.B Morgan. It's out now in both Paperback and Kindle formats and is available as part of Kindle Unlimited. The Bloodline Will is the second book in the Second Chance Investigations series. I… Continue reading The Bloodline Will by A.B Morgan (Review)

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Gone by Leona Deakin (Review)

Happy Wednesday! Today I am on the blog tour for Gone by Leona Deakin which is out on the 9th of August in eBook format and will be available as a paperback at the start of October. I received a copy of this book for my participation in the tour. If you would like to… Continue reading Gone by Leona Deakin (Review)

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The Unmaking of Ellie Rook by Sandra Ireland (Review)

Hello! Today I am on the blog tour for The Unmaking of Ellie Rook by Sandra Ireland and I am bringing you a review! This book is out on July 11th 2019 and will be available in paperback and kindle editions. I received a copy of this book for free as part of the tour.… Continue reading The Unmaking of Ellie Rook by Sandra Ireland (Review)

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My Publishing Journey – J.S Ellis (Guest Post)

Happy Humpday everyone! Today I am bringing you a guest post from J.S Ellis! This was meant to be part of a tour to promote her fab new book - In Her Words (out now); but I messed up and wrote July instead of June, missing my spot. Oops. I decided to wait until now… Continue reading My Publishing Journey – J.S Ellis (Guest Post)

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Without a Trace by Carissa Ann Lynch (Review)

Today I am on the tour for Without a Trace by Carissa Ann Lynch and bringing you a review. The book is available now on Kindle. I received a copy of this book for free as part of the tour. Nova has upped and left her husband, fleeing domestic violence, with her daughter Lily in… Continue reading Without a Trace by Carissa Ann Lynch (Review)

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Turbulent Wake by Paul E. Hardisty (Review)

Happy Sunday! Today I am on a Random Things tour for Turbulent Wake by Paul E. Hardisty and have a review for you. Please take a gander at the other tour stops if you're interested too! I received a copy of this book for free as part of the tour. Ethan has returned to his… Continue reading Turbulent Wake by Paul E. Hardisty (Review)

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The Boy at the Door by Alex Dahl (Review)

I'm pleased to be bringing you a book review as part of the #LoveBooksGroupTours for The Boy at the Door by Alex Dahl. Available now on Kindle, in Hardback and Paperback editions. The Boy at the Door is a psychological thriller based in Norway and goes between the perspective of Cecilia and Tobias. Cecilia, the… Continue reading The Boy at the Door by Alex Dahl (Review)

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The Judas Tree by Susan Bacoyanis (Review)

The Judas Tree is the second book in the linked series by Susan Bacoyanis, available now, published by Endeavour Media. It is a short read [185 pages] suited for anyone who is a fan women's psychological thrillers. It's available both in Paperback and Kindle formats and is available on Kindle Unlimited. If you've not tried… Continue reading The Judas Tree by Susan Bacoyanis (Review)

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Too Close by Natalie Daniels (Excerpt)

Today, I am sharing an excerpt as part of the Random Things Blog Tour for Too Close by Natalie Daniels, out now in both Kindle and Paperback formats and also available as an audiobook. Be sure to check out the other tour spots to find out more! It’s odd because everyone always calls her beautiful.… Continue reading Too Close by Natalie Daniels (Excerpt)