Uni Update: Week 11

This week we looked at the work of Gertrude Stein, the U.S. born writer who spent most of her life in France and hung around with Picasso. Her work is weird, and not necessarily in a good way. It made not sense but sounded like it should. Much more amusing, and nonsensically sensible was theContinue reading “Uni Update: Week 11”

Blog Blitz: ‘Mark Of The Devil’, by Tana Collins

Next week, I shall be taking part in the blog blitz for this book. I’m looking forward to reviewing it for you all. Thanks to Sarah Hardy for organising the blog blitz. Here’s a bit about the book and author: Author Bio Edinburgh based Tana Collins is the author of the popular Jim Carruthers detectiveContinue reading “Blog Blitz: ‘Mark Of The Devil’, by Tana Collins”

Penultimate April Blog Tour: ‘Everybody Works In Sales’

Blurb We all work in sales. If you work for somebody, you earn a living by selling their product or service. If you are self-employed, you earn a living by selling your product or service. When you buy from Amazon, they always recommended other products similar to the ones you are purchasing or have alreadyContinue reading “Penultimate April Blog Tour: ‘Everybody Works In Sales’”

Review: ‘Wheelchairs, Perjury & The London Marathon’, by Tim Marshall

Published by: Clink Street Publication Date: 8th March 2018 Format: Paperback I.S.B.N.: 9781912262571 Price: £8.99             Blurb The top wheelchair athletes of today enjoy the same high-profile exposure and admiration as their able-bodied counterparts. This has come about partly through wheelchair participation in mass fun-running events such as the Great NorthContinue reading “Review: ‘Wheelchairs, Perjury & The London Marathon’, by Tim Marshall”

Craft and author fair in Cleethorpes: local authors share their creations with the world

I’m spending the day around a craft fair in Cleethorpes, and today we have a few authors here, including the organiser’s dad. I made an effort to present everything thing. Here are a few of our local authors. Elise Haydon, Romance Writer, and Ruth, a representative of Hammond House. Joy Wood, contemporary fiction http://Joywoodauthor.wordpress.com MichaelContinue reading “Craft and author fair in Cleethorpes: local authors share their creations with the world”

Review: ‘Turn A Blind Eye’, by Vicky Newham

Published By: HarperCollins – HQ Publication Date: 5th April 2018 Format: Hardback I.S.B.N.:  9780008240677 Price: £12.99 Blurb A dead girl. A wall of silence. DI Maya Rahman is running out of time. A headmistress is found strangled in an East London school, her death the result of a brutal and ritualistic act of violence. Found atContinue reading “Review: ‘Turn A Blind Eye’, by Vicky Newham”

Last blog tour of April!

Blurb When a homeless woman, Cheryl Whiffen, hears voices in her head telling her to do bad things, she can’t help but obey. But when Cheryl becomes the victim of a serial killer who is collecting angels, this time the voices can’t help her. She is deemed not worthy of being an angel and the killer has toContinue reading “Last blog tour of April!”

Review: ‘Doomed Destroyer’, by Ron Cope

Published By: Clink Street Publication Date: 10th April 2018 I.S.B.N.: 978-1912262069 Format: Paperback Price: £12.99 Blurb On March 1st 1940, Adolf Hitler ordered Operation Weserubung: the invasion of Norway. Having swept across Europe, the Nazi assault on Scandinavia was designed to secure the valuable iron ore being delivered by rail from Sweden to the Norwegian port of Narvik. To completeContinue reading “Review: ‘Doomed Destroyer’, by Ron Cope”