Wedding Bells for the Victory Girls by Joanna Toye

Thank you to Anne of Random Things Tours and Harper Collins for the invitation to read and review this gorgeous book. Synopsis: Summer 1945. After victory in Europe, best friends Lily, Gladys and Beryl are looking to the future. But even with this happy news, their lives are far from simple… Despite Lily’s joyful summer… Continue reading Wedding Bells for the Victory Girls by Joanna Toye

Don’t Panic! All the Stuff the Expectant Dad Needs to Know by George Lewis

Thank you Anne of Random Things Tours and Octopus Books for the opportunity to read and review this excellent book. Synopsis: Written by award-winning comedy writer, George Lewis, DON’T PANIC! is destined to be the next classic for new dads, preparing them for the confusing, emotional – and funny – rollercoaster ahead. From birth to… Continue reading Don’t Panic! All the Stuff the Expectant Dad Needs to Know by George Lewis

The Village of Happy Ever Afters by Alison Sherlock

Thanks to Rachel of Rachel’s Random Resources and Boldwood Books for an invitation to join the blog tour and a digital review copy of the book. I’ve enjoyed reading this series by Alison Sherlock and my last review can be read here: https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2021/10/02/the-village-inn-of-secret-dreams-by-alison-sherlock/ Synopsis: Molly Hopkins has happily watched all of her friends’ dreams come… Continue reading The Village of Happy Ever Afters by Alison Sherlock

Are Mummies scared of monsters? Written and illustrated by Fransie Frandsen

Thank you to Amber Choudhary of Midas PR for the invitation to read and review this picture book for children. This is book three in the Alexander’s Questions series, available in paperback and ebook. Synopsis: Are Mummies scared of monsters? There’s a noisy monster under Alexander’s bed. Baby T’s monster has a rumbling tummy. Daddy… Continue reading Are Mummies scared of monsters? Written and illustrated by Fransie Frandsen

After The Rain by Lucy Dillon

Thank you to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours and Transworld Books for the invitation to join the blog tour and a copy of the book to read and review. Synopsis: After the storm it’s time for a fresh start . . . First, the clouds… Tara Hunter is a therapist on a mission to… Continue reading After The Rain by Lucy Dillon

Space Hopper by Helen Fisher

To celebrate the recent paperback publication of Space Hopper by Helen Fisher, I’m sharing my review from February 2021, from the hardback publication blog tour. Synopsis: They say those we love never truly leave us, and I’ve found that to be true. But not in the way you might expect. In fact, none of this… Continue reading Space Hopper by Helen Fisher

My Own Worst Enemy by Robert Edric

Thank you Swift Press and Random Things Tours for the invitation to join the blog tour today, on the final day of the tour. Synopsis: Robert Edric is a widely celebrated novelist, winner of the James Tait Black Prize and W H Smith Literary Award, and with nominations from the Booker Prize and Guardian Prize. He now… Continue reading My Own Worst Enemy by Robert Edric

One Night On The Island by Josie Silver

Thank you to Ella Horne at Penguin Books for the invitation to join the bookstagram tour for One Night on the Island by Josie Silver (I’ll be sharing my review on there too – my Bookstagram account is @karenkisreading). I’ve read and enjoyed Josie’s previous books, so was eager to read her latest book. Synopsis:… Continue reading One Night On The Island by Josie Silver

The Blossom Tree of Dreams by Holly Martin

I’m thrilled to be joining the blog tour for the latest book by Holly Martin. I’ve read and enjoyed a number of books by Holly, you can see my last review at https://mentoringmumof2bookreviews.home.blog/2021/06/19/sunlight-over-crystal-sands-by-holly-martin/ Synopsis: Welcome to the wonderful Wishing Wood, where incredible treehouses twinkle under a blanket of stars, the sea sparkles through the leaves,… Continue reading The Blossom Tree of Dreams by Holly Martin

Moon Over Kilmore Quay by Carmel Harrington

Thank you to Anne Cater of Random Things Tours and Harper Collins for an invitation to join the blog tour and a copy of the paperback to read and review. Synopsis: When your heart belongs in two places, can you ever truly find home? Brooklyn, New York Bea has grown up in the heart of… Continue reading Moon Over Kilmore Quay by Carmel Harrington