I am so very honoured to be taking part in the blog tour for Elle McNicoll’s debut A Kind of Spark today, beyond honoured, because this book is so beautiful in so many ways. Elle and her novel A Kind of Spark first grabbed my attention when publisher KnightsOf made the announcements of procurement, the … Continue reading Blog Tour: A Kind of Spark- Elle McNicoll
I am so delighted to be taking part in Kate Mallinder’s blog tour for her second teen/YA book Asking for a Friend. Kaye’s debut Summer of No Regrets was a highlight of my reading last year with its exploration of four girls finding themselves and growing over the summer between their GCSEs and starting 6th … Continue reading Blog Tour: Asking For A Friend – Kate Mallinder
I am so happy to be today’s stop on the blog tour for There’s a Rang-tan In My Bedroom by James Sellick & Frann Preston-Gammon, a timely, poignant and powerfully eco-political and educational book. Though fair warning, I may get a little passionate in this post!! There’s a Rang-tan In My Bedroom is the book … Continue reading Blog Tour: There’s a Rang-tan in my Bedroom- James Sellick & Frann Preston-Gammon. Foreword by Emma Thompson.
This book was my 2019 Jolabokaflod book; each year we indulge in the Icelandic Christmas Eve tradition of new book, chocolate and we add our own twist of new pyjamas. This book came heavily recommended and I was so excited it was devoured by Boxing Day. However, this book has particular significance with today, the 1st May, … Continue reading The Merrybegot- Julie Hearn
Anyone who knows me will know I have a weakness and resonance for witchy stories and Wilde by Childrens Laureate of Wales Eloise Williams is incredible, magical and reaches into my witchy heart and won’t let go. A tale of belonging, of yearning, of unfurling and blossoming in the unforgiving heat of summer, judging minds … Continue reading Wilde- Eloise Williams
When I first heard the premise of LD Lapinski’s The Strangeworlds Travel Agency, I felt the tingles that always preclude an astonishingly good book, but I was quite unprepared for just how much this book has grasped my heart and imagination. There is something incredibly special about this book that is lodged halfway between the … Continue reading The Strangeworlds Travel Agency – LD Lapinski
I am delighted to be taking part in the Blog Tour for Bex Hogan's Venom, the follow up to Viper and second book in the Isles of Storm and Sorrow Trilogy. Venom is deeper, darker, faster, harder and tricksier than Viper, and sets us up beautifully aching for the resolution in the finale Vulture (out … Continue reading Blog Tour: Guest Post by Bex Hogan -Creation Stories of the Isles of Storm and Sorrow