#BookReview Without a Hitch on Honeymoon @BeautySwot #TuesdayBookBlog

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Last year I reviewed Bettina Hunt’s, Without a Hitch, a novel about the wedding journeys of three brides. Bettina’s novel made me reconnect with my inner bridezilla which is something I thoroughly enjoyed doing. After nineteen long years of marriage there’s nothing better than being whisked away to think about wedding dress choices, flower arrangements […]

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#BookReview Summer at the Art Cafe @SueMcDonaghLit #TuesdayBookBlog

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This book gave me a strong urge to get a powerful motorbike, dress head to toe in leather, find a handsome bike instructor and become a biker girl. As I dislike speed, rarely travel above 50mph in a car and spend a lot of time screeching, while at the wheel, this biker dream might have […]

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#BookReview One Summer’s Night @KileyDunbar #TuesdayBookBlog #BookWorm

Imagine this. While getting ready for your church’s Easter Sunday service, you struggle to put down an excellent book. It has been half an hour since you stepped out of the shower and in that time you’ve had your head stuck in Kiley Dunbar’s debut novel and not got out of your polka dot bath […]

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Blog Party To Celebrate My Book Cover Reveal #RomCom #CoverReveal

Welcome to my blog party to celebrate the book cover reveal of my debut romcom novel, Instructions For Falling In Love Again. Thanks for coming. I LOVE your virtual party outfit – wow – you look great! My goodness you do scrub up well. Hang on, didn’t you get the party brief about NOT outshining the […]

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#BookReview The Perfect Moment @AlixKelsoAuthor #TuesdayBookBlog #Booklover

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I love a good matchmaking tale in a romance novel. It combines two of my greatest pastimes; romance and pairing off two people who I believe are MFEO (made for each other). In this book, The Perfect Moment, by Alix Kelso, the matchmakers become attracted to each other while they are meddling in the lives […]

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The Writer’s Handbag πŸ‘œ #MondayBlogs

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When you become a writer there are certain things you can kiss goodbye to: 1. Being able to read a novel for pleasure. 2. A wardrobe containing NO tweed. Once you become a writer, tweed will find a way into your clothing style. Tweed – a fashion must for all serious writers. Respect to all […]

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