Waterstone

22 Feb 19
Hooked From Page One

I’m thrilled to be talking to Phoebe Morgan today, author of The Girl Next Door as part of the blog tour. I really enjoyed her debut novel The Doll House, so I can’t wait to read it. BLURB One little lie just became deadly… Perfect mother. Perfect wife. Jane Goodwin has spent years building her picture-perfect […]

22 Feb 19
The Bibliophile Chronicles

Series: The Silent Gods #1 Release Date: February 21st 2019 Publisher: Gollancz Pages: 448 Find it on: Goodreads. BookDepository. Waterstones. Source: The publisher kindly sent me a copy of this book to review. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Synopsis You have heard the story before – of a young boy, orphaned through tragic circumstances, raised by a […]

22 Feb 19
Between the Lines ~ Books’n’Stuff

I’m happy to welcome Nicholas Lombardi on the publication day of his novel, Justice Gone which was inspired by a real and shocking incident. Before we hear from Nick, here the book info…. Justice Gone, a mystery/legal thriller which publishes February 22, 2019, touches upon many topical, controversial issues in today’s society as well as […]

22 Feb 19
Waterstone Way

Originally posted on Annette Rochelle Aben:
Benor was walking down Slip Pike Lane at a steady pace. Anybody watching him might have noted that his stride was precise, each step exactly the same length as the last. Somebody particularly observant might have noticed that every ten paces, Benor made a mark on a piece of paper with an…

22 Feb 19
Waterstone Way

Originally posted on Belinda Witzenhausen:
Welcome to the “We are the World Blogfest” (#WATWB ). The #WATWB was inspired by a simple conversation about how all the negativity on social media was weighing on us. Wanting to make a difference we decided to try to do our part to infuse social media with all the…

21 Feb 19
The Wisdom in Wobbling

I’ve been doing a little experiment while I’ve been on annual leave. I’ve been trying to see whether it makes a difference to my symptoms if I do nothing or if I push myself to do more. Obviously I’ve started proper walking every day… it’s not a huge distance and it’s not at great speed… […]

21 Feb 19
Mike Finn's Fiction

“American By Day” is a book with something serious to say that will still make you smile. The paperback version was published in the UK today. Get it from your local bookshop or online from Waterstones I listened to the audiobook version of “American By Day” back in April 2018. In my review I marked […]

21 Feb 19
Whoever Said I Was Wise?

Hi! Is it nearly the end of February already? Oops. Its the time of year where I list what books I loved this year and struggle to articulate why. I read a total of 124 books this year and they were a real mix. My favourites ended up including a couple of graphic novels and […]

21 Feb 19
On The Bookpage

Hello lovelies, I´m back from London and no surprices here, I came home with 4 books from Waterstones. It was supposed to be 3 but when I came to the cashier I saw You by Caroline Kepnes and since I really loved the tv-series I just had to read the book so suddenly I paid […]

21 Feb 19
Anna Kenworthy

My trip to Manchester – as described in my last post– was mainly to go to a concert, but when given the opportunity to explore a new city, I like to try and cram in as many book related destinations as possible. Luckily, my boyfriend, Simon, who is usually the one travelling with me, is […]

21 Feb 19
The Bohemian Bookshelf

Yaa Gyasi’s Homegoing begins in eighteenth-century Ghana, in an Asante village on the Gold Coast of Africa. One character, Effia is sold by her father to be the wife of an English governor in Cape Coast Castle; meanwhile, unbeknown to her, her sister Esi is sold into slavery and resides in the dungeon below. The novel […]

21 Feb 19
The Busy Bookshelf

There is something inherently wonderful about getting lost in a good book. Adventuring for hours amidst a fantastical world can bring a pleasure that few other exploits could ever match. For a reader, however, the only thing better than getting lost in a good book is getting lost in a good bookshop. Even greater than […]

21 Feb 19
The Bibliophile Chronicles

Series: The Winternight Trilogy #2 Release Date: January 25th 2018 Publisher: Ebury Publishing Pages: 364 Find it on: Goodreads. BookDepository. Waterstones. Source: The publisher kindly sent me a copy of this book to review Rating: 5/5 stars Synopsis The magical adventure begun in The Bear and the Nightingale continues as brave Vasya, now a young woman, is […]

21 Feb 19
Pain Pals

Blog tour for the highly anticipated third novel in the trilogy by Eva Jordan – the follow up to “183 Times a Year” and “All The Colours In Between”.  Many thanks to Love Books Group tours, Eva Jordan and Urbane Publications for the opportunity to take part.   The Blurb – from the publisher Writer, […]

21 Feb 19
BH Living Magazine

We spoke to Dorchester based blogger and author, Emma Mumford, about her remarkable career so far. Emma is best-known as the Spiritual Queen – a life coach & blogger, YouTuber, public speaker and, as of this month, published author. While her content now focuses on all things ‘Law of Attraction’, she started her career as […]

21 Feb 19
The Reading Closet

In January I attended my first event as a book blogger #newvoices2019, I loved it, socialising with the new up and coming authors at Headline, as well as the wonderful publicists! Read about my bookish evening out here. During this event, I was lucky enough to pick up proof copies of some great sounding debuts, […]