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Blog Tour- ‘The Unforgotten’ by Amy MacKinnon

Blog Tour- ‘The Unforgotten’ by Amy MacKinnon

Previously published as ‘Tethered’, but renamed, revamped and re-released on the world as ‘The Unforgotten’, Amy MacKinnon’s book is back to get the audience it deserves! Published by Orion and accompanied by blogtour to highlight just how wonderful this book is, it is available NOW as an eBook for 99p. About the book Clara Marsh isRead more about Blog Tour- ‘The Unforgotten’ by Amy MacKinnon[…]

Blog Tour-‘For The Missing’ by Lina Bengtsdotter

Blog Tour-‘For The Missing’ by Lina Bengtsdotter

This blog tour for ‘For The Missing’ by Lina Bengtsdotter (translated by Agnes Broome) is run by Orion books -check out the #ForTheMissing hashtag on Twitter for some brilliant blog posts! Here is the official blurb for ‘For The Missing’ (previously published as ‘Annabelle’)- FOR THE MISSING is the award-winning, globally bestselling Swedish crime debut from LinaRead more about Blog Tour-‘For The Missing’ by Lina Bengtsdotter[…]

Orion On Tour-Cardiff !

Orion On Tour-Cardiff !

 

Trapeze Fiction

 

On Thursday, November 12th, whilst scrolling through Twitter in a desperate attempt to avoid doing actual studying, I came across a tweet from Trapeze Books, advertising an ‘Orion On Tour’ event.

People from Orion’s office in London were being dispatched to Wales to discuss books with regional authors, writers, journalists, bloggers ! The deadline was the 13th to RSVP, I dashed off a quick email, not really very hopeful but was thrilled to see there was still room for a little blogger like myself.

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Orion BlogTour-‘The Craftsman’ by Sharon Bolton

Orion BlogTour-‘The Craftsman’ by Sharon Bolton

So, as you can see by the banner, I am part of the Orion blogtour to promote the paperback release of ‘The Craftsman’ by Sharon Bolton!

Absolutely thrilled to be involved, this was one of my bookish highlights of the year and is the first in a trilogy from Sharon Bolton.Also, it has been optioned for a television adaptation from the same team who developed ‘Killing Eve’.

I am sure that if you have read this book you will appreciate how cool this is ! I have read all of her books to date and would say that ‘The Craftsman’ is Sharon Bolton’s best work. It brilliantly captures the atmosphere of a small village, a woman police officer at a time when that was unthinkable, and how superstitions spread. There is a creeping, insidious nature of fear that makes your spine tingle when reading it. This demands your full attention until ‘The Craftsman’ has finished with you.

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