Open Tours

Here is a list of my current open tours and the dates of the tour. Please send me a message on any of my social media or to if you wish to take part. Let me know the date and whether it is a review/extract/Q&A

The Ballynoon Friendship Circle by Pauline Morgan

Tour Dates : 20th – 26th May

Reviews, Extracts, Q&A’s

Page Count : TBC

Publishing 21st May 2021 by Spellbound Books Ltd.

After finding her dream cottage in a magazine whilst at the hairdressers, Edel Marston, a fifty-year-old retired teacher, makes the life-changing decision to relocate back to Northern Ireland after the death of her husband Ben.

A rocky start with the neighbours and the knowledge of her past is a little too close for comfort, leaves Edel full of self-doubt. Her emotions have become a law unto themselves and she keeps wondering if she’s made the right decision.

After giving herself a good talking to, she decides to join a local over 50’s club, in a bid to embrace her new life. However, after meeting the friendly ladies of the self-proclaimed Stitch & Bitch group, she’s left with further feelings of uncertainty.

Realising quickly how gossipy these ladies can be, Edel finds herself keeping more and more secrets, especially when her relationship with one particular friend develops into something much more.

Ultimately, Edel has to decide whether to trust again and let all of these new people into her life, warts and all or go back to being lonely but safe and with her secrets intact.

The MapMaker’s Daughter by Caroline Dunford

Tour Dates :- 6th – 12th June

Review, Extracts or Q&A’s

Page Count : 240 pages approx

Republished 6th June by Spellbound Books

Sharra’s world is a terrifying place.

Violent seismic ‘Shifts’ and outbreaks of an all-consuming black fire radically alter landscapes on an increasingly frequent basis. Only the Map Makers can predict where the Shift will fall, and Sharra, daughter to one of the most famous Map Makers, yearns to join their ranks and break a cultural taboo that forbids female cartographers.

Sharra’s father, Lord Milton, is one of the few to challenge the current order, but his shadowy past limits his political reach and his second wife, Lady Ivory, is determined to manipulate him to ensure a privileged future for herself and her daughter, Jayne.

The main obstacle standing in Ivory’s way is Sharra.

Her Sister’s Baby by Emma Bennett

Tour Dates :- 1st – 7th June

Review, Extract, Q&A’s

Page Count : N/A

Published 1st June by Spellbound Books

Woken in the middle of the night by the horrific news that her estranged sister has been killed in a fatal car crash, Sophie abruptly finds herself guardian to a niece she never knew existed. 

The baby gives Sophie a way out of her grief and a focus on her life, but the unexpected appearance of Samson, Alana’s father, wanting his daughter to now live with him, threatens to destroy Sophie’s newly formed family. 

Can Sophie and the seemingly feckless Samson, reach a compromise, or will Sophie be forced to give up her sister’s baby? 

The Shadow Man by Mark Brownless

Tour Dates : 14th – 20th June

Review, Extract, Q&A’s

Page Count : N/A

Republished 14th June 2021 by Spellbound Books

What if memories of your childhood are a lie?

I woke with a deep feeling of fear. My dream had shattered the memories I had been carrying for years. The village I grew up in now seemed dark and foreboding.

Was it really full of the horrors that now surfaced in my mind?

Could I face what had happened to us that summer? Was evil calling me back? And was it time to confront the Shadow Man again?

Love You Bad by Louise Mullins

Tour Date : 17th – 23rd July

Reviews, Extract Q&A’s

Page Count Approx 230 pages

Publication Day 18th July 2021 by Dark Edge Press

Kerensa lives a life of privilege few could imagine. Loving husband. Luxury home. Financial security.

But in the attic of their sea-view mansion is a secret waiting to be discovered, threatening to destroy their perfect marriage.

When their daughter’s au pair uncovers Dominic’s carefully constructed illusion, one lie at a time, it ends in murder.

But whose?