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Book Review: Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door.

I had to look up the definition of ‘romp’ after finishing Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door, because this hilarious, spirited, warm-hearted book definitely felt like one to me. Apparently it’s “to play in a rough, excited and noisy way” which certainly fits Lucy Score’s fast-paced, action-packed rom com with a colourful cast… Continue reading Book Review: Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door.

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ARC Review: The Railway Girls.

As a result of one thing and another, I haven’t felt much like reading recently (I’ll post about it soon) and, if my TBR pile had been a physical thing instead of e-books, it would no doubt be about to topple off my bedside table. However, one evening, with a bit of free time on… Continue reading ARC Review: The Railway Girls.

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A Mini Behind The Book With Maisie Thomas.

When author (and friend) Maisie Thomas asked if I’d like to review her novel, The Railway Girls, which is inspired by her great aunt Jessie, I thought it sounded too good an opportunity to miss. Unfortunately my TBR pile is a little bit out of control and I didn’t have time to read it before… Continue reading A Mini Behind The Book With Maisie Thomas.

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A Look Behind The Book With Jan Baynham.

It's a strange and difficult time to be launching a new book but I know that, now more than ever, escaping into a good story has been keeping me sane so I'm hoping Jan Baynham's debut novel, Her Mother's Secret, races up the charts. A trip to a sun-drenched Greek island - even if it's… Continue reading A Look Behind The Book With Jan Baynham.