I'm just a sucker for my #Twinnies recommendations so I am! So when Noelle of Crimebookjunkie asked me if I'd take part in the #BlogTour for Mike Craven's #BodyBreaker I was powerless to resist - OK I didn't even really want to resist, I bit her fingers off right away! Her power is so great that I … Continue reading #BlogTour: Body Breaker – Mike Craven
I'm a wee happy blogger today! All you lovely folk have been following me on Twitter and liking my Facebook page for my blog and I'm almost at 2K followers on Twitter and just over 500 likes on my FB page - another 20 odd follows on this and 200 people following my blog! How … Continue reading It’s Giveaway Time
Well, I'm giving you a double-barreled review today! I was approached by Kerry to review her first two books a few months back and they have languished on my TBR pile since then due to other commitments. I'm glad to say that I have now read both of them back to back and here's … Continue reading Kerry Barnes: Ruthless and Ruby’s Palace
As I read, I often like to have a little nibble and snack and so I began to think what sort of food would best go with some of my favourite books! I thought that I would treat you all to some recipes for food that I might eat alongside reading the book! Exquisite … Continue reading From Books to Cooks!
-I've had "No Safe Home" sitting on my book shelf for a while and I've only just got round to reading it! Safe to say that I devoured it in less than 24 hours and Tara Lyons - you gave me the fear as I read it when I was in the house myself! This … Continue reading No Safe Home: Tara Lyons
I have to confess, I have actually had The Prodigal sitting in my #ToBeRead folder since November last year and have only just read it #HangsMyHeadInShame. But anyway better late than never and yes it was well worth the wait! What the blurb says: Exiled from his beloved Newcastle sixteen years ago, Detective Sergeant Lee … Continue reading The Prodigal: Nicky Black
‘Bibliosmia‘ is the enjoyment of the smell of old books. Hell, we all know someone who is a #BookSniffer 😉 2. People in Iceland read more books per capita than in any other country. When can I move there, please! 3. Books have stopped bullets...reading may save your life! See my reading is good … Continue reading #BookishFacts – just for fun!
I don't usually do personal stuff on my blog but this one is for my daughter and the sentiment is there for my son too. My kids are my everything and they make my world a little brighter every single day. Dear Daughter, This, my darling, is a letter from my heart and is an … Continue reading A Letter
What the blurb says: Elizabeth Haynes’ new psychological thriller is a brilliantly suspenseful and shocking story in which nothing is at it seems, but everything is at stake. Sarah Carpenter lives in an isolated farmhouse in North Yorkshire and for the first time, after the death of her husband some years ago and her children, … Continue reading Never Alone: Elizabeth Haynes
While it's almost impossible to choose a favourite bookshop, I do have to say that Caron and the team at Waterstones, Argyle Street in Glasgow almost always put on the very best book launches and last night's launch for Douglas Skelton's "Tag - You're Dead" was no exception! It was standing room only for this … Continue reading #Book Launch: “Tag – You’re Dead” Douglas Skelton. Waterstones, Glasgow