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Sisters of the Lost Marsh by Lucy Strange – Author Q&A and Giveaway

Posted on April 26, 2022, tagged as A Storm of Sisters, Author Interview, Giveaway, Lucy Strange, competitions

I’m delighted to welcome the wonderful Lucy Strange to my blog for a Q&A and a very special sisters themed giveaway. I’ve read most of Lucy’s books and enjoyed them all, however when I read her latest novel, Sisters of the Lost Marsh, it leapt stra …

The Bewitching of Aveline Jones by Phil Hickes – Author Q&A and Giveaway

Posted on August 19, 2021, tagged as Author Interview, Aveline Jones, Phil Hickes, Reviews, competitions

Oi! Widdershins fans! You’ll love this one – I did. If you’re looking for a creepy, magical and atmospheric read, then you won’t do much better than this. I was a big fan of the first Aveline Jones book: The Haunting of Aveline Jones, but her second ad …

Picklewitch and Jack by Claire Barker – Author Q&A and Giveaway

Posted on March 25, 2021, tagged as Author Interview, Claire Barker, Giveaway, Picklewitch and Jack

I’m delighted to host Claire Barker, award-winning author of the Picklewitch and JackĀ and Knitbone Pepper series, on my blog for an exclusive Q&A and giveaway. From the moment I discovered the first Picklewitch and Jack book a couple of years ago ( …

The Shark Caller by Zillah Bethell – Author Q&A and Giveaway

Posted on January 12, 2021, tagged as Author Interview, The Shark Caller, Win, Zillah Bethell

Last year I was lucky enough to have an early read of a WONDERFUL new book by Zillah Bethell. Waterstones has hailed it as one of ‘The best books to look out for in 2021’ and I completely agree. It’s called The Shark Caller, and it’s published on Febru …

The Vanishing Trick by Jenni Spangler ~ Author Interview and Giveaway

Posted on February 12, 2020, tagged as Author Interview, Jenni Spangler, The Vanishing Trick

One of the loveliest things about being an author is that I often get asked to review books, especially those of debut writers. Just before Christmas my publisher sent me a manuscript they thought I’d like, and from the moment I read the first sentence …