Book reviews and creative discussion

Blog Tour- ‘The Couple on Cedar Close’ by Anna Lou Weatherley

Blog Tour- ‘The Couple on Cedar Close’ by Anna Lou Weatherley

This is a wonderful blogtour for Bookouture , who  are promoting psychological thriller, ‘The Couple On Cedar Close’ by Anna-Lou Weatherley and today is my turn. ‘The Couple On Cedar Close’ is published as an eBook on 18/01/19. Link to buy is at the bottom of the page! The story behind the eponymous couple is asRead more about Blog Tour- ‘The Couple on Cedar Close’ by Anna Lou Weatherley[…]

Blog Tour-‘Changeling’ by Matt Wesolowski

Blog Tour-‘Changeling’ by Matt Wesolowski

  On Christmas Eve in 1988, seven-year-old Alfie Marsden vanished in the dark Wentshire Forest Pass, when his father, Sorrel, stopped the car to investigate a mysterious knocking sound. No trace of the child, nor his remains, have ever been found. Alfie Marsden was declared officially dead in 1995. Elusive online journalist, Scott King, whoseRead more about Blog Tour-‘Changeling’ by Matt Wesolowski[…]

Blog Tour-‘Night Time Cool’ by Jamie Paradise

Blog Tour-‘Night Time Cool’ by Jamie Paradise

Welcome to another fantastic Random Things blogtour , this time I am reviewing ‘Night Time Cool’ by Jamie Paradise published by Unbound and it is available in paperback wherever good books are found! This is Part 1 in the ‘Dreams Of Sun ‘ series. Here is the blurb Bent Met police detective DI Frederick Street rules as theRead more about Blog Tour-‘Night Time Cool’ by Jamie Paradise[…]

#2019DarkTowerReadingChallenge-Volume 1-The Gunslinger

#2019DarkTowerReadingChallenge-Volume 1-The Gunslinger

‘The man in black fled across the desert and the gunslinger followed.’ With these words, Stephen King begins his epic ‘Dark Tower’ cycle. His fans, or Constant Readers, are embarking on a year long readalong of the 7 volumes (followed by ‘The Wind Through The Keyhole for reasons which will become clear). The number 19 isRead more about #2019DarkTowerReadingChallenge-Volume 1-The Gunslinger[…]

Netgalley Review-‘The Dangerous Kind’ by Deborah O Connor

Netgalley Review-‘The Dangerous Kind’ by Deborah O Connor

Much like the Rorschach test on the cover of some editions of ‘The Dangerous Kind’ by Deborah O Connor, we tend to only see in people the things that we wish to see there. In the cases of historic child abuse, institutions such as the BBC were shaken to their core by Operation Yewtree and nowRead more about Netgalley Review-‘The Dangerous Kind’ by Deborah O Connor[…]