October to December 2019 Scheduled Reviews and Promo Posts

Since it’s almost October (what a thought!) I decided I’d better start being a bit more organised again and actually write one of my ‘scheduled reviews’ post so you know what’s coming up.

October

  • 7th
    • Review – Folklore
    • Foxfire, Wolfskin and Other Stories of Shapeshifting Women by Sharon Blackie
    • Organised by Random Things Tours
  • 10th
    • Review – Crime
    • The Birthday House by Jill Treseder
    • Organised by Random Things Tours
  • 14th
    • Review – Crime
    • Sacrificing Starlight by David Pipe
    • Organised by Rachel’s Random Resources
  • 20th
    • ReviewCrime
    • Hallowed Ground by Paul Twivy
    • Organised by Rachel’s Random Resources
  • 22nd
    • Promo Post – Crime
    • The Wife’s Revenge by Deirdre Palmer
    • Organised by Rachel’s Random Resources
  • 23rd
    • Promo Post – YA
    • Darkest Hour by Rachel Churcher
    • Organised by Rachel’s Random Resources
  • 23rd
    • ReviewNon-Fiction
    • Charles and Ada: the computer’s most passionate partnership by James Essinger
    • Organised by Rachel’s Random Resources
  • 27th
    • ReviewCrime
    • Little Siberia by Antti Tuomainen
    • Organised by Orenda and Random Things Tours
  • 28th
    • Review – Children’s Picture Book
      • The Alphabet of Life by Fran Morris
      • Organised by Authoright

November

  • 2nd
    • Review – Non-Fiction
    • Stand Against Injustice by Michelle Diskin
    • Organised by Love Books Tours
  • 5th
    • Review – Crime
    • Demon’s Fire by Lee Cockburn
    • Organised by Authoright
  • 9th
    • Review – Crime/Sci Fi
    • Blue Gold by David Barker
    • Organised by Love Books Tours
  • 14th
    • Review – Non-Fiction
    • Frankie: the women who saved millions from thalidomide by James Essinger & Sandra Koutzenko
    • Organised by Rachel’s Random Resources
  • 18th
    • Excerpt –
    • The Devil’s Apprentice by Kenneth B Andersen
    • Organised by Love Books Tours
  • 23rd
    • Review – Crime
    • In the Wake by Helen Trevorrow
    • Organised by Love Books Tours
  • 26th
    • Review – Crime
    • Children of Fire by Paul CW Beatt
    • Organised by Rachel’s Random Resources

December

  • 1st
    • Review – Crime
    • Death Makes No Distinction: A Dan Foster Mystery by Lucienne Boyce
    • Organised by Rachel’s Random Resources
  • 4th
    • Promo Post – YA
    • Fighting Back by Rachel Churcher
    • Organised by Rachel’s Random Resources

As you can see October and November will be busy but I’m taking most of December and January off to read the 50+ books I’ve acquired over the summer for myself rather than doing blog tours. I also have a small mountain of books from Pen & Sword to review. At some point soon there will be a true crime review post. Maybe to tie in with Halloween. I don’t know. And now I must go, I’ve got three books to review next week, and I’m only partly through two of them and haven’t started the third. Plus I need to get some ideas written down for my fantasy novels. I’m making some pretty big edits to the already published books and will be changing the third book, but that’s another post altogether.

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R Cawkwell

Hi I'm Rosemarie and I like to write. I write short stories and longer fiction, poetry and occasionally articles. I'm working on quite a few things at the minute and wouldn't mind one day actually getting published in print.

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