Mrs Narwhal’s Diary by S J Norbury

Thank you to Emma at Damppebbles for the invitation to read and review the debut novel By S. J. Norbury, and to Louise Walters Books for a digital review copy. This book is published on the 16th of May 2021. Synopsis: “It was Woman’s Hour who suggested I keep a diary. They said it was… Continue reading Mrs Narwhal’s Diary by S J Norbury

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Your Friend Forever by Zena Barrie

Today I’m sharing the opening pages from Your Friend Forever by Zena Barrie with the Damppebbles.com book tour. The book was published last week. Synopsis: Preston, 1981. Maud, who is twelve and lives with her dysfunctional parents and her elder brother, spends a lot of her time in her bedroom writing letters to her favourite… Continue reading Your Friend Forever by Zena Barrie

Old Bones by Helen Kitson

Thanks to Emma at Damppebbles for the opportunity to read and review for the blog tour, and to Louise Walters Books for a digital review copy. This is the first book I’ve read by Helen Kitson, so my first visit to ‘Morvale’. Synopsis: Diana and her sister Antonia are house-sharing spinsters who have never got… Continue reading Old Bones by Helen Kitson

How Love Actually Ruined Christmas (or Colourful Narcotics) by Gary Raymond #HowLoveActuallyRuinedChristmas @GaryRaymond_ @ParthianBooks @damppebbles #damppebblesblogtours

Thank you to Emma from Damp pebbles blog tours for inviting me to join the blog tour. Thank you to Partian Books for a copy to read and review, my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. Synopsis: RARELY HAS THE POWER OF CINEMA BEEN FELT BY SO MANY, IN SUCH OPPOSING… Continue reading How Love Actually Ruined Christmas (or Colourful Narcotics) by Gary Raymond #HowLoveActuallyRuinedChristmas @GaryRaymond_ @ParthianBooks @damppebbles #damppebblesblogtours

The Dentist by Tim Sullivan

I’m pleased to be joining the blog tour for the debut novel, The Dentist by Tim Sullivan, organised by Emma of damppebbles.com today. This book is currently free as a ebook on the Kindle. Synopsis: A homeless man. Violently strangled. No leads. Except his past. An outsider himself, DS George Cross is drawn to this… Continue reading The Dentist by Tim Sullivan

Not the Deaths Imagined by Anne Pettigrew

I’m pleased to be sharing my review for Not the Deaths Imagined by Anne Pettigrew today to kick off the blog tour organised by Emma at damppebbles for Ringwood Publishing. Thank you to the publisher for my digital review copy – my thoughts are my own and not influenced by the gift. This is the… Continue reading Not the Deaths Imagined by Anne Pettigrew

At the Feet of Mothers by Adnan Mahmutovic

Today, I’m sharing my review for At the Feet of Mothers by Adnan Mahmutovic, as part of the blog tour organised by Emma Welton of Damppebbles. To read the other reviews, I’ve added the list of the other bloggers below. Synopsis: Joseph Schneider grows up in a Cherokee-Jewish family in the Smoky mountains of North… Continue reading At the Feet of Mothers by Adnan Mahmutovic