Category: Reviews and Stuff

#BookReview of The Birthday by Carol Wyer @carolewyer @bookouture @kimthebookworm

#BookReview of The Birthday by..

Posted September 29, 2018 by Zoé in Book Reviews, Reviews and Stuff / 3 Comments

What a day to share my review, not only am I closing the blitz with some fab bloggers….but I went to a 5-year-old kids party!! Thankfully different setting to the book and NO yellow dresses or shoes!! I also have another announcement, one that might upset a lot of people…..but this is my first encounter […]

#BookReview of Bear with me by Jessica Redland  @rararesources @JessicaRedland

#BookReview of Bear with me by..

Posted September 26, 2018 by Zoé in Book Reviews, Reviews and Stuff / 9 Comments

God bear with me! Feeling slightly emosh from this book! It was so heartfelt, heartbreaking and had all the warm fuzzy hearts too! Jemma and Sam! Sam and Jemma! What a journey they take!I thought I was all cried out Sunday but this book just had more tears I didn’t know existed, seriously I can’t […]

#Excerpt of Behind the Door by Mary Sangiovanni @marysangiovanni @SDSXXTours #giveaway

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Posted September 24, 2018 by Zoé in Excerpt, Reviews and Stuff / 2 Comments

In the town of Zarephath, Pennsylvania, just past the Pennsylvania-New Jersey border and northwest of Dingmans Ferry out by the Delaware Water Gap, there is a Door. Many stories about it form a particularly colorful subset of the local lore of the town and its surrounding woods, streams, and lakes. Most of them relate the […]

#BookReview of I Invited her in by Adele Parks @adeleparks @hqdigitaluk

#BookReview of I Invited her i..

Posted September 23, 2018 by Zoé in Book Reviews, Reviews and Stuff / 0 Comments

Happy Sunday and welcome to my review of one of my favourite types of books…ones with betrayal, deceit, multiple points of view and of course psychological thrillers! Mel and Abi, friends from way-way back, one in need and now their friendship is back in the forefront. Chalk and cheese is the best description I can think […]