Thursday 25 April 2024

Looking for Lucie by Amanda Addison Blog Tour

 YA is a genre that I often gravitate to but it tends to be more romance based. So when I was given the opportunity to join the blog tour for Amanda Addison's latest novel, the blurb had me more than interested as it seemed completely different to other books from this genre.


Sunday 14 April 2024

The 31 Days of May by Helen Aitchison Blog Tour

 It's time for another blog tour. Today I'm shining the spotlight on Helen Aitchison's latest novel, The 31 Days of May (loving the title).


Lets start with the blurb

Thursday 11 April 2024

Summer at the Santorini Bookshop by Rebecca Raisin Blog Tour

 I've always been a fan of Rebecca Raisin's books. They are pure feel good and escapism. So when I had the chance to join the blog tour for her latest novel Summer at the Santorini Bookshop, I of course jumped at the opportunity.


A Greek island holiday. A fake-dating pact. A chance at true love?

After losing her job as a book scout, hopeless romantic Evie needs a fresh start. So when she hears that her eccentric grandmother has just taken on a small bookshop in Santorini, Evie jumps at the chance to visit her.

But life on the island is not as idyllic as it first seems. Gran has a tempestuous relationship with her landlord and he’s threatening to take the bookshop away from her. So when Gran asks Evie to fake a romance with her landlord’s Greek God of a grandson, Georgios, to keep the family on side, she reluctantly agrees.

As the sun sets on Evie’s Greek holiday, can she save the bookshop – and fake date her way to love?

Sunday 10 March 2024

The Djinn's Apple by Djamila Morani Blog Tour

 I've stepped back from blog tours recently. Trying to find that work-life balance (which I still haven't found). 

However when I was asked if I could take part in the tour for Djamila Morani's short novel The Djinn's Apple, the title itself had me intrigued enough that I felt excited to even be asked to be involved with it.


Historical fiction meets crime fiction in The Djinn's Apple , an award-winning YA murder mystery set in the Abbasid period—the golden age of Baghdad. A ruthless murder. A magical herb. A mysterious manuscript. When Nardeen’s home is stormed by angry men frantically in search of something—or someone—she is the only one who manages to escape. And after the rest of her family is left behind and murdered, Nardeen sets out on an unyielding mission to bring her family’s killers to justice, regardless of the cost…

Secrets of Malta by Cecily Blench Spotlight Post

 I'm joining the blog tour today for Cecily Blench's novel Secrets of Malta. It won't be a full review from me today but I wanted to shine the spotlight on this fantastic novels in the hopes that some of you will want to read it!


Keep reading for the blurb . . .