Fiction

The Imperfect Art of Caring by Jessica Ryn

It's my stop on the HQ blogtour for Jessica Ryn's second novel The Imperfect Art of Caring. Thank you to the publisher HQ for a review copy of the book via Netgalley and for the invitation onto the tour for this fantastic book. About the book One small act can make a big differenceViolet Strong… Continue reading The Imperfect Art of Caring by Jessica Ryn

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The Return by Anita Frank

About the Book Jack Ellison’s war is over, but the battle for his family has just begun.When Jack left for the war, he made a parting pledge to his pregnant bride, Gwen, that he would never return. It was, after all, best for everyone that he didn’t.Now, as celebrations erupt for Victory in Europe, Gwen… Continue reading The Return by Anita Frank

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The Whistling by Rebecca Netley

About the book Alone in the world, Elspeth Swansome has taken the position of nanny to a family on the remote Scottish island of Skelthsea.Her charge, Mary, is a strange child. Distracted and secretive, she hasn't uttered a word since the sudden death of her twin, William - just days after their former nanny disappeared.With… Continue reading The Whistling by Rebecca Netley

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Freecycling for Beginners by Misha Herwin

It is my pleasure to be taking part in the blog tour today for Freecycling for Beginners by Misha M Herwin. Thank you Rachel at Rachel's Random Resources for the invitation onto the tour and for an advance copy of the book for review. About the book The time has come for Jane to sell… Continue reading Freecycling for Beginners by Misha Herwin

Fiction

Safe at Home by Lauren North

About the book What if you left your child alone, and something terrible happened?Anna James is an anxious mother. So when she has to leave eleven-year-old Harrie home alone one evening, she can't stop worrying about her daughter. But nothing bad ever happens in the sleepy village of Barton St Martin.Except something goes wrong that… Continue reading Safe at Home by Lauren North

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Magpie by Elizabeth Day

About the Book Sometimes Marisa gets the fanciful notion that Kate has visited the house before. She makes herself at home without any self-consciousness. She puts her toothbrush right there in the master bathroom, on the shelf next to theirs.In Jake, Marisa has found everything she’s ever wanted. Then their new lodger Kate arrives. Something about… Continue reading Magpie by Elizabeth Day