#20BooksOfSummer 4: The Tzar’s Curious Runaways by Robin Scott Elliot

#20BooksOfSummer is an annual event hosted by Cathy Brown of 746 Books and runs from 1st June until 1st September With the aim to clearing a target of 5, 10 or 20 books from your TBR but with very relaxed and fun rules. Here is my joining post & List! The Tzar's Curious Runaways by Robin Scott Elliot … Continue reading #20BooksOfSummer 4: The Tzar’s Curious Runaways by Robin Scott Elliot

Mission Taylor & Rose. Nightfall in New York by Katherine Woodfine

Taylor and Rose Secret Agents Katherine Woodfine

In case you missed my mission statement post, I’m undertaking a reading marathon to enjoy all four mysteries in the Taylor & Rose Secret Agents series leading up to the blog tour celebrating the publication of the finale Nightfall in New York! Read my previous Missions for Peril in Paris, Spies in St. Petersburg and Villains in Venice here! Mission … Continue reading Mission Taylor & Rose. Nightfall in New York by Katherine Woodfine

Mission Taylor & Rose. Villains in Venice by Katherine Woodfine

Taylor and Rose Secret Agents Katherine Woodfine

In case you missed my mission statement post, I’m undertaking a reading marathon to enjoy all four mysteries in the Taylor & Rose Secret Agents series leading up to the blog tour celebrating the publication of the finale Nightfall in New York! Read my previous Missions for Peril in Paris and Spies in St. Petersburg here! Mission Report … Continue reading Mission Taylor & Rose. Villains in Venice by Katherine Woodfine

Blog Tour: When We Say Black Lives Matter by Maxine Beneba Clarke

When we say Black Lives matters book tour

When We Say Black Lives Matter by Maxine Beneba Clarke is a beautiful poem of the heart explaining, affirming and encouraging equal rights, black pride and black joy across a picture book filled with silhouettes and blanked faces of many shades of Black skin so that the reader sees every individual and all Black people in … Continue reading Blog Tour: When We Say Black Lives Matter by Maxine Beneba Clarke

Circus Maximus: Race to the Death: Annelise Gray

Circus Maximus race to the Death Annelise Gray

There is something rather classic feeling about Circus Maximus; Race to the Death,, I don’t know whether it’s the pedigree and cultural significance of the inspirations; the ancient setting that contributes; or something else but there is something special about the way Annelise Gray writes that has this epic ‘future classic’ embedded in every word.  … Continue reading Circus Maximus: Race to the Death: Annelise Gray