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An amazing crime novel: The Whisper Man by Alex North #BookReview #BlogTour #Crime #TheWhisperMan

GIFTED / Today I am proud to be the host for The Whisper Man blog tour. I want to say thank you to Jenny Platt from Michael Joseph for inviting me. About the book: In this dark, suspenseful thriller, Alex North weaves a multi-generational tale of a father and son caught in the crosshairs of […]

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Movie Monday: Pet Sematary – freaky, scary and improved #MovieMonday #MovieReview #PetSematary

Movie Monday is a feature here on my blog, in which I’m rambling about movies I’ve watched lately. This week I watch a new version of Pet Sematary, a movie based on the novel by Stephen King. Pet Sematary If you know me, you know I appreciate good horror. And because I watch so many […]

Movie Monday: Dumbo – the one that will bring you back to your childhood #MovieMonday #MovieReview #Dumbo

Movie Monday is a feature here on my blog, in which I’m rambling about movies I’ve watched lately. This week I watch a Disney movie based on a Disney animated movie I watched numerous times during my childhood. Dumbo Dumbo is the one movie I was looking forward for months before it was finally in […]

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Book Review: A Year of Being Single by Fiona Collins #BookReview #WomensFiction #AYearOfBeingSingle

Title: A Year of Being Single Author: Fiona Collins Publisher: HQ digital, Carina Date: April 21st, 2016 Pages: 260 Format: eARC Source: from Publisher for a review Review: This year I made a decision to clear out my Netgalley shelf, so there are lots of backlists reviews coming your way, so be prepared! A Year […]

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Movie Monday: Us – the one with creepy music #MovieMonday #MovieReview #UsMovie #Horror

Movie Monday is a feature here on my blog, in which I’m rambling about movies I’ve watched lately. This week I watched a movie everyone talks about at the moment, and I will give you my two cents. Us I think I was one of the last people to hear about movie Us. I mean, […]

Falsley described: The Day We Met by Roxie Cooper (Book Review) #BookReview #GeneralFiction #TheDayWeMet #BookBloggers

Title: The Day We Met Author: Roxie Cooper Publisher: Ebury Press, Penguin Date: March 7th, 2019 Pages: 464 Format: Physical ARC Source: from Publisher for a review Review: Warning: This review contains spoilers Warning no2: This book talks about cheating!! There is a reason why I told myself multiple times I have to write my […]

Book Review: The Island Affair by Helena Halme (Blog Tour) #BookReview #BlogTour #TheIslandAffair #GeneralFiction

I am so honoured to participate in The Island Affair blog tour. I want to say thank you to Anne Carter from Random Things Tour for inviting me. I enjoyed reading this novel as it reminded me of something that felt like home, even if I’ve never experienced anything similar to characters from this novel. […]

Book Review: She Lies in Wait by Gytha Lodge (Blog Tour) #BlogTour #BookReview #SheLiesInWait

I am happy to be today’s host in She Lies in Wait blog tour. I want to thank Jenny Platt from Michael Joseph, Penguin for inviting me. About the book: Six friends. One killer. Who do you trust? On a hot July night in 1983, six school friends go camping in the forest. Bright and […]

Mind blowingly amazing: The Taking of Annie Thorne by C. J. Tudor – Book Review (Blog Tour) #BookReview #BlogTour @MichaelJBooks #TheHidingPlace

  I am so honoured to be today’s host in The Taking of Annie Thorne blog tour. I want to thank Jenny Platt from Michael Joseph, Penguin for inviting me. This novel blown my mind and it is now the best book I’ve read this year so far. About the book: Joe never wanted to […]

A story without silver lining: If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman #BookReview #IfOnlyICouldTellYou #GeneralFiction

Title: If Only I Could Tell You Author: Hannah Beckerman Publisher: Orion Date: February 21st, 2019 Pages: 368 Format: eARC Source: from Publisher for a review Review: Trigger warning: this book talks about serious illness, miscarriage, suicide… If Only I Could Tell You is a book everyone talked about still in 2018, even though it […]