I am honoured to be hosting one of the final stops on the tour for The Cooking Club Detectives, the fourth book by the astonishingly talented Ewa Jozefkowicz and in her trademark style lures you in with contemporary childhood drama before revealing layer by layer deeper issues and truths, in this case those that affect … Continue reading Blog Tour & Author Feature: The Cooking Club Detectives by Ewa Jozefkowicz
I am delighted to be kicking off the blog tour to celebrate the paperback release of Emma Perry and Rikin Parekh’s This Book Has Alpacas and Bears! A fun and quietly clever look at the power of representation in picture books. There’s nothing that Alphonse loves more than a good book, but when he realises … Continue reading Blog Tour: This Book has Alpacas and Bears. Emma Perry and Rikin Parekh
The marvellous Laura Ellen Anderson is back with a most triumphant new series in a new realm with a new impossible not to love protagonist, Ray/Rainbow Grey. I've also got a blog tour post simultaneously that features Laura herself writing about her childhood inspirations and her fan art that help form and develop her creativity … Continue reading Rainbow Grey- Laura Ellen Anderson
I am delighted to be hosting a stop on the Wolfstongue tour, a book that has touched my heart and evoked the folksy side of my nature, as I am lucky enough to be hosting a reflection on the process of creating the cover by illustrator Anna Tromop, I have not taken quotes from the … Continue reading Blog Tour: Wolfstongue- Sam Thompson. Anna Tromop Reflects on her Cover Design.
I am delighted to be launching the Feast Of The Evernight blog tour! Last year I was struck by the depth and breadth of the fantasy world Ross Mackenzie created in the original Evernight and so was hotly anticipating where Lara’s story would lead after she had defeated the ancient forces of the Evernight, and … Continue reading Feast Of The Evernight – Ross Mackenzie
Whispers on the wind, the smudge of the unexplained in the corner of your eye, hearing the singing of the trees, the tingles of being a part of something greater in a place of awesome nature, some of us have it, some of us long for it, and for those of us, Melissa Harrison’s By … Continue reading By Ash, Oak and Thorn – Melissa Harrison
I am so delighted to be hosting a stop on the blog tour for The Chessmen Thief by Barbara Henderson and even more so to be hosting content from the writer herself! Barbara Henderson is a champion of both children’s historical fiction and Scottish history and heritage. Whilst my own close heritage is largely from … Continue reading Tour & Author Feature: The Chessmen Thief by Barbara Henderson