This is probably the weirdest place to be writing a blog post. Because I’m the most disorganised blogger in the world, I’m currently writing this while on the bus to YALC. Hey, a blogger’s gotta do what a blogger’s gotta do!
Today I’m taking part in the blog tour for Cocktails and Dreams, the first in the brand new Martini Club series by A. L. Michaels. Here’s my review!
I was seven years old when I realized my mother was not a great person…
Since Savvy was abandoned by her rockstar mother, she has craved a normal life. But after years of financing her boyfriend’s lacklustre career, he leaves her when he hits the bigtime.
Savvy’s friends at the burlesque club where she serves elaborate cocktails encourage her to make bold changes in her life. She soon meets handsome bartender Milo, and begins to plan a future she can be excited about.
But when Savvy’s estranged mother crashes back into her life, her newfound happiness is under threat… will Savvy have the courage to pursue her dreams?
Yet again, being the disorganised person I am, I’m writing this on the day it should be published. Oops! I’m just going to use the fact I’m moving house as my excuse for everything at the moment. It’s taking longer than I thought – there’s just so much to do! I did manage to read this book in time, though!
Today I’m going to review Before You Were Mine by Em Muslim as part of the blog tour organised by the lovely Jenny at Neverland Blog Tours. She’s doing such an amazing job (she has tours scheduled for months! What?! I don’t plan a day in advance at the moment!) so go and give her some love!
Sometimes hope has a way of changing everything…
Just hours after giving birth, Eli Bell is forced to give up her newborn baby daughter for adoption. Devastated, she tries desperately to rebuild her shattered life.
Then, over thirty years later, Eli catches sight of her daughter. And she knows that she must do everything to find a way back into her life. Even if it means lying…
While her husband Tommy must grow to accept his own part in the events of her early life, he can only try to save her before her obsession with the young woman ruins them both.
If you follow me on Twitter or you’ve read my review, you’ll probably know that I loved reading The Color Project by Sierra Abrams. I’m really excited to be on the blog tour! Seeing as I already posted my review, I needed to think of something else to do. So, I’ve decided to go with something I’ve never done before… a mood board/aesthetic for the book!
I made notes as I read the book about what I could include, and I loved putting it together. If you’ve read the book before, see if you can guess why I chose these images! And Sierra – I hope you like how I interpreted your book!
I haven’t been part of a blog tour for a while and it feels good to be doing another one! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Love Like Blood, a new crime novel from bestselling author Mark Billingham. You may have heard of him. My step-dad Paul his a huge fan of his books, so I think he was more excited than I was for this post!
Love Like Blood Synopsis
A Bloody Message
As DI Nicola Tanner investigates what appears to be a series of organised killings, her partner Susan is brutally murdered, leaving the detective bereft, and vengeful.
A Powerful Ally
Taken off the case, Tanner enlists the help of DI Tom Thorne to pursue a pair of ruthless killers and the broker handing out the deadly contracts.
A Conspiracy of Silence
As the killers target their latest victim, Thorne takes the biggest risk of his career and is drawn into a horrifying and disturbing world in which families will do anything to protect their honour.
From number one bestseller Mark Billingham comes a masterful, intense crime novel that pits DI Tom Thorne against an evil beyond comprehension, yet shockingly real.
My sister Emily’s back again today for another children’s book blog tour! I was excited about this book myself. Did you ever read the Edward Lear poem, The Owl and the Pussycat, when you were a kid? We loved it – I remember we even had an audio recording of it!
This book, The Adventures of the Owl and the Pussycat by Carol Rumble and illustrated by Charlotte Cooke, is an adorable adaptation of the classic poem. To make it even cuter, the book was sent with a little packet of bee-friendly wildflower seeds for the garden!
The Owl and the Pussycat went to sea, in a box on the living room floor. They sailed away for a year and a day and these are the things that they saw…
Join two curious children on a quirky adventure, loosely based on the classic Edward Lear poem, The Owl and the Pussycat.
I’m excited about this blog tour, because I’ve really liked reading these books! There are three books in this series by Andy Briggs: Iron Fist, Gravity and Black Knight. I was sent all three books in the series, and this blog tour is for the newest one. The books follow Dev and his two accidental sidekicks Lot and Mason as they track down a criminal group who have stolen futuristic technology from Dev’s mysterious home, the Inventory.
I took part in the blog tour for Gravity last year, so I was excited to finally read them! In this post, I’ll give a quick recap and my thoughts of the first two books in the series, before reviewing Black Knight. Let’s go!