#BooksOnTour @bookouture / #Review : My Husband’s Girlfriend – Sheryl Browne @SherylBrowne

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About the Author :

Sheryl Browne03 small fileBestselling Author, Sheryl Browne, writes taut, twisty psychological thriller. A member of the Crime Writers’ Association, Sheryl has several books published and two short stories in Birmingham City University anthologies where she completed her MA in Creative Writing. Sheryl has also obtained a Certificate of Achievement in Forensic Science and – according to readers – she makes an excellent psychopath. Sheryl’s latest psychological thriller MY HUSBAND’S GIRLFRIEND comes to you from BOOKOUTURE. Her previous works include the DI Matthew Adams Crime Thriller series, along with contemporary fiction novels, The Rest of My Life and Learning to Love.

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Synopsis :

She told my little boy a secret and now he’s gone…
Tucking her little boy Ollie into bed one night, Sarah notices his beloved teddy bear, which she bought him when he was born, is missing and in its place is a new toy given to him by her ex-husband’s new girlfriend, Laura. When she asks Ollie about it, he begins to shift uncomfortably, before whispering ‘Laura told me a big secret and she said I can never tell you’.
Sarah’s heart sinks. But when she raises her concerns, nobody wants to listen. To everyone else, Laura is the perfect stepmother and Sarah is just the jealous ex-wife. But Sarah knew the moment she met Laura she couldn’t trust her, from her overly perfect stepmother act to the way she evaded questions about her own history.
Soon Ollie is asking to spend more time with his dad and Laura, and shrinking away from Sarah. Then, when she calls to him in the garden one day, Ollie doesn’t answer back. The garden is silent. Ollie’s sandpit is empty. Ollie has disappeared.

If you love a book that keeps twisting and turning, then you’ll love My Husband’s Girlfriend – it’s guaranteed to keep you up all night. Perfect for fans of Claire McGowan, Shalini Boland and Lisa Jewell.

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Review :

Not sure how to start my review for this book as a fan of this author.
I just don’t know how she does it, writing another great read!
I was engrossed from the beginning in this domestic thriller with lots of interesting characters.
A page turner with lots of twists and turns once again.
I was sitting on the edge of my seat until the very ending!
Another bestseller for sure, for author Sheryl Browne!

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#BlogTour #CompulsiveReaders @Tr4cyF3nt0n / #Review : Fatal Isles #FatalIsles – Maria Adolfsson @AdolfssonMia @ZaffreBooks

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About the Author :

maMaria Adolfsson (b. 1958) lives in Stockholm where she, until recently, worked as a communications director and now writes full-time. The Doggerland series has been sold in to 18 languages to date, and has sold over 250 000 copies in Sweden alone.

Synopsis :

9781785768378A remote island. A brutal murder. A secret hidden in the past …
In the middle of the North Sea, between the UK and Denmark, lies the beautiful and rugged island nation of Doggerland.
Detective Inspector Karen Eiken Hornby has returned to the main island, Heimö, after many years in London and has worked hard to become one of the few female police officers in Doggerland.
So, when she wakes up in a hotel room next to her boss, Jounas Smeed, she knows she’s made a big mistake. But things are about to get worse: later that day, Jounas’s ex-wife is found brutally murdered. And Karen is the only one who can give him an alibi.
The news sends shockwaves through the tight-knit island community, and with no leads and no obvious motive for the murder, Karen struggles to find the killer in a race against time.
Soon she starts to suspect that the truth might lie in Doggerland’s history. And the deeper she digs, the clearer it becomes that even small islands can hide deadly secrets …

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Review :

Although Doggerland is just a fictional place I truly believed it existed because of the environment / the characters were described in much detail.
Maybe a bit too much as after a grant start it felt as the pace went down a few notches.
Not that it wasn’t interesting, not at all, but I felt a bit distracted from the real case.
At the end we got some better tempo and tension which made me go through the pages like I was chasing the culprit myself.
Definitely a nice start of a new series for me as I can’t wait to get to know DI Karen Eiken Hornby better!

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#OneDayBlogBlitz #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources / #Review : 52 Weeks of Writing Journal Author Journal and Planner Vol. II – Mariëlle S. Smith

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About the Author :

YiTDhOSQMariëlle S. Smith is a coach for writers and other creatives, an editor, (ghost) writer, and custom retreat organiser. In 2019, she moved to Cyprus, and island in the Mediterranean Sea, where she organises private writer’s retreats, is inspired 24/7, and feeds more stray cats than she can count.

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Synopsis :

CDQLYHfATired of not having a sustainable writing practice? You, too, can get out of your own way and become the writer you’re meant to be!
52 Weeks of Writing:
• makes you plan, track, reflect on, and improve your progress and goals for an entire year;
• helps you unravel the truth about why you aren’t where you want to be; and
• keeps you writing through weekly thought-provoking quotes and prompts.
With this second volume of the 52 Weeks of Writing Author Journal and Planner, writing coach and writer Mariëlle S. Smith brings you the same successful strategies to craft the perfect writing practice as she did in the first journal. The only difference? Fifty-three different writing quotes and prompts and a brand-new look!

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Review :

Like the title says this is a journal and a planner, so I confess I haven’t gone through the whole book yet and thus I can’t say that at the end you will have successfully written a first draft of your book.
I can however promise you that if you buy this book you will definitely be challenged, not only to write a lot, but also to confess some things to yourself.
The ‘writing prompts’, for me at least, are rather ‘heavy’ as they make you reflect more on yourself sometimes than on your actual writing.
I’ll give an example or two : ‘Which of your own thoughts intimidate you the most?’ or ‘Where does your mind wander when given a break?’.
Pfew, some things to contemplate about for a bit I must say.
This, together with motivational quotes by authors, tracking and planning space, goals, … this book will keep you on your toes for the next 52 weeks.
More over, it’s also very pretty looking and divided per week, or even per day, so it’s manageable even for the worst journaler ever.
One journal / planner you will certainly want to keep up with daily / weekly as it really feels like someone has your back during the journey that is writing a story!

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#BooksOnTour @bookouture / #Review : Murder in the Bell Tower (A Miss Underhay Mystery #5) #MurderintheBellTower – Helena Dixon @NellDixon #NetGalley

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About the Author :

DSC_7063 copyNell Dixon was born and continues to live in the Black Country. Married to the same man for over thirty-five years she has three daughters, a cactus called Spike, a crazy cockapoo and a tank of tropical fish. She is allergic to adhesives, apples, tinsel and housework. Her addictions of choice are coffee and reality TV. She was winner of The Romance Prize in 2007 with her book Marrying Max, and winner of Love Story of the Year 2010 with her book, Animal Instincts. She also writes historical 1930’s set cozy crime as Helena Dixon.

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Murder-in-the-Belltower-KindleKitty Underhay’s hymn book is open… at murder.
Winter, 1933. Kitty Underhay is enjoying a restorative break from sleuthing on a visit to her family at Enderley Hall. The only thing marring her peace – aside from the uncomfortable sensation she has of being watched – is the obvious history between her beau, ex-army captain Matthew Bryant and another guest, the beautiful Juliet Vanderstafen. So, when the parish clerk is found dead on her front doorstep, Kitty leaps at the chance of distraction.
The police are happy to conclude that Miss Plenderleith met her unfortunate end on a patch of ice, but Kitty isn’t convinced this was a case of bad weather and worse luck. And when the Reverend Crabtree fails to show for tea the next day, she heads to the church to speak to him. But she arrives to find the clergyman hanging from the bell rope, dead.
With Matt seemingly wrapped up with his alluring Austrian, Kitty must solve the case on her own. But as she snoops into parish affairs, she makes some less-than-saintly discoveries. Just who has broken the sixth commandment? Meanwhile the killer is preparing a churchyard grave for Kitty, and she’ll have to use all her wits to avoid falling in…

An addictive, absorbing and completely unputdownable Golden Age cozy murder mystery, perfect for fans of Agatha Christie, T E Kinsey and Lee Strauss.

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Review :

I was happy to catch up with Kitty and Matt once again in ‘Murder in the Belltower’.
Although it has a bit of a slower pace than usual I thought it to be another entertaining and well written book in the series.
The characters, old and new, are greatly developed and there are plenty of twists to keep you guessing.
I can’t say a lot more than that I read it with much pleasure and can’t wait for book 6.

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#PublicationDayPush #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources / #Review : The Viscount’s Unconventional Lady – Virginia Heath @VirginiaHeath_ @MillsandBoon @HarlequinBooks

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About the Author :

The Mysterious Lord Millcroft - Virginia HeathWhen Virginia Heath was a little girl it took her ages to fall asleep, so she made up stories in her head to help pass the time while she was staring at the ceiling. As she got older, the stories became more complicated, sometimes taking weeks to get to the happy ending. Then one day, she decided to embrace the insomnia and start writing them down. Despite that, it still takes her forever to fall asleep.

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zQeajDbgThe notorious Viscount
And the most gossiped-about lady…
After years as a diplomat in the Napoleonic wars, Lord Eastwood is reluctant to return to London society. His scandalous divorce has made him infamous, not to mention cantankerous! To halt the rumour mill, he should marry a quiet noblewoman – instead it’s bold, vibrant artist, Faith Brookes, who’s caught his attention. They are the least suitable match, so why is he like a moth to a flame…?

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Review :

I always love to read Virginia Heaths’s books and I think this new series will be devoured with much gusto too by the looks of book one.
This story had me hooked from start to finish as it was an excellent read with very interesting and engaging characters.
In the mix there was a good dose of humour, emotional drama and of course, sexual tension.
Everything rings true within the timeframe which add to the fact that it’s readable at a perfect pace and you end up wishing for more.
Definitely can’t wait for other books in this series!

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#BooksOnTour @bookouture / #Review : The Lost Mother – Catherine Hokin @cathokin

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About the Author :

20190606_184809[1893]Catherine Hokin is the author of two World War Two inspired novels set in Berlin, her favourite city. Following a History degree at Manchester University she worked in teaching, marketing and politics, while waiting for a chance to do what she really wanted which was to write full time. Her short stories have been published by iScot, Writers Forum and Myslexia magazines and she was the winner of the 2019 Fiction 500 Short Story Competition. She is a lover of strong female leads and a quest.
Catherine now lives in Glasgow with her American husband. She has two grown-up children – one of whom lives, very conveniently, in Berlin – and a life long addiction to very loud music.

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The-Lost-Mother-KindleShe looked at the empty cradle where her baby had been. Her heart felt tattered and empty, like the hollow streets of Berlin after its people began to live in fear.
Berlin, 1934. Homes once filled with laughter stand empty as the Nazi party’s grip on the city tightens. When Anna Tiegel’s beautiful best friend catches Reich Minister Goebbels’ special attention, an impulsive act to save her brings Anna under his unforgiving scrutiny. First, she loses her job, then slowly, mercilessly, she finds her life stripped away. After her father is killed by the Nazis, Anna’s final hope is to escape to America with her boyfriend Eddy, but when she reaches his apartment on the agreed date, she finds it deserted. Alone and pregnant, the future feels terrifying, but she must try to protect the life inside her.
Rhode Island, 1957. Peggy Bailey stares in shock at the faded photograph of two laughing women which her beloved adoptive mother struggled to pass on to her before she died, whispering ‘It was inside your baby blanket when we brought you home’. As Peggy continues to stare, she realises that she has seen one of the girls before, in the most unlikely of places… Bursting at the realisation, she embarks on a mission which takes her across America to find the truth behind her heritage. Nothing, however, could prepare her for the tragic story her actions uncover…

A poignant and beautiful World War Two story about survival and a mother’s enduring search for her child against all the odds. A heart-breaking read for fans of The Tattooist of Auschwitz, We Were the Lucky Ones and The Alice Network.

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Review :

I do like historical fiction, especially when it comes to WW2 and although I have the feeling that at the core, the most books I’ve read in the past couple of years, aren’t really unique anymore I hoped this one would be.
Luckily for me it was, it sheds light on an other heartbreaking topic that occurred during the war, being separated from your child.
Definitely not something you want to undergo, whatever the circumstances!
The story certainly tore at my heartstrings, page by page I head difficulties putting the book down as I so wanted to know more and have a sort of happy ending.
I don’t think I ever read such a compelling, bittersweet story that stands out between all those WW2 book.
Definitely recommended, and please keep tissues at hand.

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#MiniBlogBlitz #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources / #Review : Her Banished Knights Redemption – Melissa Oliver @melissaoauthor @MillsandBoon @HarlequinBooks

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About the Author :

2wOPzYMAMelissa Oliver is from south-west London where she writes historical romance novels. She lives with her lovely husband and daughters, who share her passion for decrepit, old castles, palaces and all things historical.
Melissa is the WINNER of The Romantic Novelist Association’s Joan Hessayon Award for new writers 2020 for her debut, The Rebel Heiress and the Knight – Book 1 Notorious Knights.

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p6agIFSQA lady’s need for protection
A knight’s chance for redemption
Exiled Knight William Geraint answers only to himself. Yet, a mission to find and reunite lost heiress Lady Isabel de Clancey with her family is Will’s chance to finally atone for the torment of his past. With every rushed mile, their intense attraction becomes dangerously thrilling. He swore to protect Isabel not seduce her, but their desire for each other could threaten the redemption he’s worked so hard to achieve…

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Review :

I’m probably on of the few who didn’t read the debut novel of Melissa Oliver and maybe that’s a good thing as now I still have a book to read whilst waiting for others by this author.
As waiting I’ll be doing, expectantly and with all the patience I can muster because ‘Her Banished Knight’s Redemption’ was one great adventure.
Fast paced, with some mysterious vibe in it and of course great characters who fall in love, but will they find their, so much deserved happily ever after?
That’s something you need to find out for yourself, but I’ll promise you’ll like every page of this story!
Very entertaining, well written and higly recommendable.
Make time for probably one of the best historical romance novels you’ll be reading in 2021.

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#OneDayBlogBlitz #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources / #Review : Editing Your Novel’s Structure – Bethany A Tucker

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About the Author :

UZVrnErQBethany Tucker is an author and editor located near Seattle, U.S.A. Story has always been a part of her life. With over twenty years of writing and teaching experience, she’s more than ready to take your hand and pull back the curtain on writing craft and mindset. Last year she edited over a million words for aspiring authors. Her YA fantasy series Adelaide is published wide under the pen name Mustang Rabbit and her dark epic fantasy is releasing in 2021 under Ciara Darren. You can find more about her services for authors at The Art and Science of Words.

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pTNh_yWgBefore it’s time to check for commas and iron out passive voice, fiction writers need to know that their story is strong. Are your beta readers not finishing? Do they have multiple, conflicting complaints? When you ask them questions about how they experience your story, do they give lukewarm responses? Or have you not even asked anyone to read your story, wondering if it’s ready?
If any of the above is true, you may need to refine the structure of your story. What is structure you ask? Structure is what holds a story together. Does the character arc entrance the reader? Is the world building comprehensive and believable? These questions and more have to be answered by all of us as we turn our drafts into books.
In this concise handbook, complete with checklists for each section, let a veteran writer walk you through the process of self-assessing your novel, from characters to pacing with lots of compassion and a dash of humor. In easy to follow directions and using adaptable strategies, she shows you how to check yourself for plot holes, settle timeline confusion, and snap character arcs into place.
Use this handbook for quick help and quick self-editing checklists on:
– Characters and Character Arcs.
– Plot.
– Backstory.
– Point of View.
– A detailed explanation of nearly free self-editing tools and how to apply them to your book to find your own structural problems.
– Beginnings and Ends.
– Editing for sensitive and specialized subject matter.
– Helpful tips on choosing beta readers, when to seek an editor, and a sample questionnaire to give to your first readers. 

Grab your copy of Edit Your Novel’s Structure today! Now is the time to finish that draft and get your story out into the world.

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Review :

As someone who is dabbling in writing and is trying to get her mojo back ‘Editing Your Novel’s Structure’ by Bethany A Tucker was a welcome book to read as it got me all excited again.
I thought it was a handy manual which gave me a lot of insight into self editing and getting the structure of your story right.
I definitely liked the checklists, not only for the characters, but also for the plot and backstory and I think I’ll be printing them out and putting them on a my wall together with my time-line and other fabulous tools I found in this book.
Undoubtedly a guide I would recommend as it will get yourself to ask critical questions about your structure, plot, character, background, … and lead you to a book not only worth reading by Alpha / Beta readers, but also worth publishing!

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#BlogTour #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources / #Review : Wicked Writing Skills – Lexi Rees @lexi_rees

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Lorraine-16Lexi Rees was born in Scotland but now lives down south. She writes action-packed adventures brim full of witch-doctors, fortune-tellers, warriors and smugglers, combining elemental magic with hints of dystopia. She also writes fun activity books for children.
Her fantasy adventure, Eternal Seas, was awarded a “loved by” badge from LoveReading4Kids. The sequel, Wild Sky, is available now.
She’s passionate about developing a love of reading and writing in children and, as well as her Creative Writing Skills workbook, she has an active programme of school visits and other events, is a Book PenPal for three primary schools, and runs a free online #kidsclub and newsletter which includes book recommendations and creative writing activities.
In her spare time, she’s a keen crafter and spends a considerable amount of time trying not to fall off horses or boats.

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2cJ_cckwWriting is like a spell. It can melt hearts and fry brains, twisting and turning as the magic works.
Want the world to fall at your feet, destroyed by the might of your pen?
– Sharpen your powers of persuasion
– Sky-rocket your debating skills
– Add ooomph to your reports
– And lots more!
Packed with top tips, this awesome workbook has everything you need to know to become a WICKED WRITER.

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Review :

Although I’m not in the age group for this book I thought it was superb.
I definitely can see why it would attract children as the cover is very colorful and the inside is very well designed with not only tips and tricks, but also space to try it yourself.
I always loved writing assignments and such in school, but I hated debating and how it was presented by the teacher.
If she (or he) would have done it like Lexi Rees brings these skills to attention I would totally have loved it.
I would have been even more enthusiastic about it and definitely much better at it.
I’m a fan and I certainly believe the kids will be too as it really is a great book that will attract and appeal to them, even if they are not that great with language or speech.

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#BlogTour #LoveBooksTours @LoveBooksGroup / #Review : Medusa’s Children – Keith Antar Mason @Wildpressed

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KAM pic JI (2)Keith Antar Mason is Artistic Director of The Hittite Empire Performance Art Collective, an all Black Intergenerational Men’s Cultural Elite. He is the author of For Black Boys Who Have Considered Homicide When The Streets Were Too Much (Plume, 1986) and New Wine & Black Men’s Feet (Red Hen Press, 2009)
He has performed with The Hittite Empire all over the United States and has taught and performed at Harvard University, Stanford University, UCLA and USC.
His work has been performed at The Black Theatre Festivals at Winston, Salem. Atlanta, LIFT, ICA London and on Broadway at Alice Tully Hall, The Lincoln Centre.
Keith Antar Mason conducts writing workshops in State Penitentiaries in California, Washington DC and Nevada
His New choreopoem, In The House of a Young Pharaoh, is being developed for Medium Production in LA in 2021.
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I can see in your eyes
How you form words in your mouth
The rainy days
The hot humid summer nights
Something Black
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Synopsis :

Medusas Children FRONTFrom performing in the alleys of LA, Keith Antar Mason recounts his experience of getting on stage at the ICA in London with The Hittite Empire Performance Art Collective, an all-Black Intergenerational Men’s Cultural Elite.
The narrative of the London trip and snippets of the author’s experiences back in LA is effortlessly interwoven with visceral and evocative images from Black History, as memorised in his genes:
We are the nightsticked
Billyclubbed
Strangeways
Strangefruits
Survivors
Every summer is a Red Summer
Medusa’s Children is a one voice rant, a prose memoir, a wish poem.
This is a memory written in
Ashes and Fog
Our Life on Mars
Stone cold word killers
Spitting Knowledge and Truth
Mother Medusa
Make us
Subliminal Seducers

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Review :

I don’t find it easy to review poetry as it’s kind of personal, not only for the author, but also for the reader as you’re always going to search for some kind of connection to your own live and so you’re going to get maybe a very different meaning from it than someone else / than intended.
This booklet however is a bit different, in my opinion, because there aren’t 6 separate poems as here they function more like ‘chapters’ in one story that tell of the life of the author in America / in London.
This means there’s only room for one conclusion, the one Keith Antar Mason wants us to get and that was kind of overwhelming, powerful and heartfelt.
Really an eye-opening and, for me at least, a rather heavy read as you learn more on Black History, being different, racism, … and how in the end it’s still the same only better gift-wrapped.
Certainly a must-read in today’s climate, not only in America, but everywhere!

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