L’Origine by Lilianne Milgrom: fascinating and multi-faceted

Lilianne Milgrom on Tour January 18-29 with   L’Origine: The Secret Life Of The World’s Most Erotic Masterpiece (historical fiction) Release date: July 28, 2020 at Little French Girl Press 255 pages 2020 Indie B.R.A.G. Medallion Award *** Buy It Here Amazon | Bookshop *** See the book on Goodreads SYNOPSIS ‘L’Origine‘ traces the extraordinary,… Continue reading L’Origine by Lilianne Milgrom: fascinating and multi-faceted

Deep Fakes and the Infocalypse by Nina Schick: a must-read

About the book “In writing this book, it is my modest aim to help you understand how dangerous and untrustworthy our information ecosystem has become, and how its harms extend far beyond politics – even into our private and intimate life. It is my hope that this understanding can help us come together to bolster… Continue reading Deep Fakes and the Infocalypse by Nina Schick: a must-read

Landing by Moonlight by Ciji Ware

Ciji Ware on tour March 2-13 with   Landing By Moonlight: A Novel Of WWII (Romantic thriller/Historical novel) Release date: October 15, 2019 at Lion’s Paw Publishing 476 pages Website | Goodreads SYNOPSIS Based on the lives of a small group of American women secret agents working for British intelligence parachuting into France to help… Continue reading Landing by Moonlight by Ciji Ware

Christmas at Wynter House by Emily Harvale: so much to enjoy

Synopsis After a frosty welcome, things soon heat up at Wynter House. Neva Grey is looking forward to spending a quiet Christmas with her family in the cosy cottage they’ve rented in the picture-postcard village of Wyntersleap. Nestled between rolling hills and a gently burbling river, it’s going to be idyllic. Except it’s not. Torrential… Continue reading Christmas at Wynter House by Emily Harvale: so much to enjoy

Henry’s Tale by David Pipe: entertaining, uplifting and definitely different!

Henry Ford, the cutest Border terrier puppy, lives with his papa Alan and mama Jenny. Alan loves his job, playing golf and above all, Henry. Jenny loves designer clothes, handbags and shoes. She doesn’t love Henry. When Jenny insists on a week of high life on Majorca, Henry’s world takes a nosedive. An attempted dognap… Continue reading Henry’s Tale by David Pipe: entertaining, uplifting and definitely different!

Cover reveal for ‘Coming Home to Merriment Bay’ by Emily Harvale

Another exciting cover reveal for you for the new book from a wonderful author. Coming Home to Merriment Bay – Part One: A Reunion Part One: A Reunion Merriment Bay series After eighteen years apart, reclusive Cat Devon still recognises her mum’s handwriting. Plucking up the courage to open the letter, its contents send Cat… Continue reading Cover reveal for ‘Coming Home to Merriment Bay’ by Emily Harvale

The Dog-Walking Club by Liz Hinds: uplifting and moving

  The Dog-walking Club Every dog walk brings new drama into the lives of these dogs and their people. A supermarket shelf-stacker, a stay-at-home dad, an elderly widow and a freelance photographer sound an unlikely bunch of friends but they have one thing in common: they all walk their dogs in Beauville Park at roughly… Continue reading The Dog-Walking Club by Liz Hinds: uplifting and moving

Every Dog Has His Day by Chloe Grace: an imaginative escapade

  Synopsis They say every dog has his day. Well, today I’ve certainly had mine. Hey, I’m Albertus Eagle and it turns out I’m an unwitting pet detective. I haven’t always been such a successful legal beagle, but when I’m confronted with a case that is so personal I can’t ignore it, I discover I… Continue reading Every Dog Has His Day by Chloe Grace: an imaginative escapade

Time of Lies by Douglas Board: worryingly possible!

Synopsis In 2020 the United Kingdom elects its own Donald Trump. Bob Grant, former football hooligan, now the charismatic leader of the Britain’s Great party, has swept to power on a populist tide. With his itchy finger hovering over the nuclear trigger, Bob presides over a brave new Britain where armed drones fill the skies,… Continue reading Time of Lies by Douglas Board: worryingly possible!