Hello, hello! It's my stop for the blog tour of Lisa Dickenson's irresistibly funny You Had Me at Merlot! I first read You Had Me at Merlot in 2014 when it first published as a serial of eBooks and now, it's out in glorious paperback with a sunny, summery cover that is to die for! Check out … Continue reading Blog Tour: Italian Summer and Wine // You Had Me at Merlot by Lisa Dickenson
On my blog today, I have Cate Woods, author of Just Haven't Met You Yet, sharing with us her go-to movies. Over to you, Cate!In my perfect world there would be global peace, an end to poverty and I would get to go to the cinema every week. In my perfect world there would be … Continue reading Blog Tour – Just Haven’t Met You Yet: Cate Woods’s Go-To Movies!
'LEARN TO SALSA DANCE,' the card in the shop window read. 'Experience the red-hot vibes of Latin America right here in the Lake District. Beginners and singles welcome.' Lauren Scott lives in 'The most romantic place in Britain', but her love life is about as successful as her mountain climbing skills. The man she's obsessed … Continue reading News – Summer Nights at the Moonlight Hotel by Jane Costello
On my blog today, I'd like to welcome the wonderful Victoria Van Tiem, whose debut novel, Love Like The Movies was such a breath of fresh and it was more romantic than red velvet curtains. To kick off the blog tour to celebrate her new book, Holding Out For A Hero, here's a little Q&A with the lady … Continue reading Blog Tour: Holding Out For A Hero by Victoria Van Tiem – Q&A
What’s the one thing you DON’T do at a wedding? When Edie is caught in a compromising position at her colleagues’ wedding, all the blame falls on her – turns out that personal popularity in the office is not that different from your schooldays. Shamed online and ostracised by everyone she knows, her boss suggests … Continue reading News – Who’s That Girl? by Mhairi McFarlane
A Girl’s Best Friend by Lindsey Kelk Publisher: Harper (5th Nov 2015) Genre: Women's fiction, romantic comedy Blurb: After the crazy six months she’s had, if there was a ‘clear history’ button for your life, Tess Brookes would be the first in line to press it. When the opportunity arises to join her best friend, … Continue reading Review – A Girl’s Best Friend by Lindsey Kelk
THE TWELVE DAYS OF (A WRITER'S) CHRISTMAS It helps if you sing this to the tune of The 12 Days of Christmas... On the first day of Christmas my editor said to me "Why not write a Christmassy book?" On the second day of Christmas my editor said to me "Think of how … Continue reading Blog Tour: Snowed In For Christmas by Claire Sandy – Content