6 Degrees of Separation – 5th June 2021- The Bass Rock

Six Degrees of Separation is a monthly meme hosted by Kate over at Books Are My Favourite and Best. Each month a new book is chosen as a starting point and you have to try to link six other books to form a chain. There could be any reason for the link, be it same genre, author … Continue reading 6 Degrees of Separation – 5th June 2021- The Bass Rock

Spell The Month In Books – June

Spell The Month In Books is a monthly meme hosted by Reviews from the Stacks! The idea is to find books that begin with each letter of the month. It's been a couple months since I've done this as my blog has taken a bit of a back seat recently but I'm going to try … Continue reading Spell The Month In Books – June

Blog Tour: A Public Murder by Antoinette Moses

Synopsis Introducing DI Pam Gregory A Public Murder               'My mother was a very difficult person, Inspector, and not always a very nice one. I          can think of any number of people who would want her dead.’ The shocking murder of the archaeologist, Stephanie Michaels in the new Leotakis Gallery in Cambridge is clearly … Continue reading Blog Tour: A Public Murder by Antoinette Moses

Blog Tour: Cut from the Same Cloth? Muslim Women on Life in Britain – edited by Sabeena Akhtar

Synopsis ● Perceived as the visual representation of Islam, hijab-wearing Muslim womenare often harangued at work, at home and in public life yet are rarely afforded aplatform to speak on their own terms.● From modern pop culture to anti-Blackness, faith and family, politics,education, creativity and working life; Cut From The Same Cloth? Is ananthology which … Continue reading Blog Tour: Cut from the Same Cloth? Muslim Women on Life in Britain – edited by Sabeena Akhtar

Blog Tour: The Other Times of Caroline Tangent by Ivan D Wainewright

Synopsis If you could travel back in time to see any concert, who would you go to see? Caroline Tangent's husband, Jon has invented a time machine so they can visit iconic gigs in history: Woodstock, David Bowie, Edith Piaf in 1930's Paris - an inexhaustible bucket-list. But they can't tell anyone they're doing so.  As … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Other Times of Caroline Tangent by Ivan D Wainewright

Blog Tour: Web of Lies by Sally Rigby

Synopsis A trail of secrets. A dangerous discovery. A deadly turn. Police officer Sebastian Clifford never planned on becoming a private investigator. But when a scandal leads to the disbandment of his London based special squad, he finds himself out of a job. That is, until his cousin calls on him to investigate her husband’s … Continue reading Blog Tour: Web of Lies by Sally Rigby

Blog Tour: Things To Do Before The End Of The World by Emily Barr

Synopsis A timely and powerful coming-of-age thriller from the bestselling author of The One Memory of Flora Banks. *** What would you do when you hear the news that humans have done such damage to the earth that there might only be a limited amount of safe air left - a year's worth at most?You'd … Continue reading Blog Tour: Things To Do Before The End Of The World by Emily Barr

Let’s Talk Bookish – 30th April – Toxic Relationships in Literature

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books and Dani @ Literary Lion APRIL 30: TACKLING TOXIC RELATIONSHIPS IN LITERATURE (SUGGESTED BY MIKAELA @ MIKAELA READS) Prompts: When it comes to fiction how should toxic relationships be handled? Is it okay to portray toxic relationships? How can we avoid glorifying Teacher x Student or … Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish – 30th April – Toxic Relationships in Literature