Hi all: I bring you a horror novel that made me think of many movies and series I’ve loved over the years. Highway Twenty by Michael J Moore An engineer from out of town disappears. Then Conor Mitchell’s girlfriend. Then his parents. The townspeople of Sedrow Woolley, Washington are vanishing at a horrifying rate. But
Hi all: I bring you the third book by an author I’ve followed from the beginning of her career. The Other People by C. J. Tudor The chilling new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Chalk Man & The Taking of Annie Thorne ‘C. J. Tudor has done it again. A mesmerizingly chilling and atmospheric page-turner’ J.P. Delaney,
Hi all: I bring you another book by a writer who has become a firm favourite of mine. And I couldn’t miss the opportunity to participate in the blog tour as well. This is a second edition of the novel. 1932: Pride and Prejudice Revisited by Karen M Cox (@karenmcox1932)Pride and Prejudice set in the
Hi all: This is one of those books that show the power of photography to convey events, moods and historical events. Sheffield in the 1980s: Featuring Images of Sheffield Photographer, Martin Jenkinson (Images of the Past) by Mark Metcalf, Justine Jenkinson The social, industrial and economic changes imposed on the Sheffield area during the 1980s
Hi all: Today I bring you a book by a famous author I hadn’t read yet. Grown Ups by Marian Keyes PRE-ORDER THE BRAND-NEW BOOK FROM MARIAN KEYES, THE INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE BREAK PICKED AS ONE TO WATCH IN 2020 BY THE TIMES, DAILY MAIL, EVENING STANDARD, THE i, STYLIST, COSMOPOLITAN, GRAZIA AND MORE ‘Magnificently messy
Hi all: I bring you a new book by an author who has visited my blog before, and I suspect will come back int he future. The Earthling’s Brother by Earik Beann Sam never knew his parents. In fact, he’s never met another human—or seen a sunrise, smelled a flower, or eaten a regular meal.
Hi all. I bring you a book that digs deep into a fascinating historical period. Elizabeth Widville, Lady Grey: Edward IV’s Chief Mistress and the ‘Pink Queen’ by John Ashdown-Hill Wife to Edward IV and mother to the Princes in the Tower and later Queen Elizabeth of York, Elizabeth Widville was a central figure during