Showing posts from August, 2017

Author Visit: Dawn Barker

Fun times, peeps, fun times! Grab yourself a glass of something bubbly – because the sun is shining where I am and it’s a Bank Holiday weekend so why would you not; I’ve already been on the bucks fizz this morning – and make yourself comfortable because today I’m chatting with the lovely Dawn Barker about her novel Let Her Go, and writing in general.

Before we get started, let’s warm up with a quick fire round. This is always my favourite part.
Ready, steady, GO:
Coffee, tea or…? Gin (Hendricks) and tonic (elderflower!) [a woman after my own heart!]Favourite film?          The English PatientFavourite book?        We Need To Talk About Kevin by Lionel ShriverSummer or winter? Winter (I live in Australia – summer is too hot for my Scottish skin!)Favourite Colour?    BlueLast thing you ate? Ciabatta with vegemite for breakfast Dream holiday destination? An Antarctica cruiseIf you could jump to any point in history, who would you…

Blog Tour: True Love at the Lonely Hearts Bookshop

Exciting times here today guys! The lovely True Love at the Lonely Hearts Bookshop was released earlier this month and to celebrate I get to share a fun little extract with you. 
Also if you want to know more about this book then the Blog Tour is going on til the end of the month:

I read True Love at the Lonely Hearts Bookshop when I was on holiday at the beginning of July and I don’t mind telling you that it’s a fab holiday read that also happens to be full of things I approve of: a main character that reminds me a little of my own self; a bookshop; lots of references to Pride and Prejudice; and a cat. Oh and a love story, obvs (the clue is totally in the title here guys, this is not a spoiler) which is reminiscent of The Proposal. You’ve seen that film right? With Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds? LOVE IT. Anyhow, I digress. Basically, Verity Love is single and actually quite happy that way. The problem is her friends and family are less happy and so, to get them off her back Veri…

Review: One of Us is Lying

This is the kind of book you’d binge watch. I mean seriously, it’s like everything you spend your hangover watching on a Sunday. If its not adapted then I’ll be the most surprised ever and I never say this because THE BOOK IS BETTER but this is crying out to be dramatized and that, it’s a compliment, it really is. I’ve seen it likened to The Breakfast Club and Pretty Little Liars and Riverdale and YES. Also Gossip Girl and maybe a little bit Nancy Drew and Poirot – that’s just me though. Also, considering the The Breakfast Club is well, The Breakfast Club and PLL and Riverdale are both Netflix shows that I binge watched like a pro, it was probably a given that this book was going to tick all the boxes for me.
It did.
I loved it.
I also don’t think I’m going to be the only one. This book, I think, is going to go places. It’s going to be one of the hits of the year and if it isn’t – well, then you may colour me confused because it totally should because it’s not often that a book br…