Having utterly fallen in love with Freya Marske’s writing in A Marvellous Light, I’m thrilled to be part of the blog tour for the second book in the Last Binding series, A Restless Truth!
Month: November 2022
Book Review: Fault Tolerance by Valerie Valdes
Captain Eva Innocente, her motley crew, and her psychic space cats are back for a third adventure!
Blog Tour: Legends and Lattes by Travis Baldree
Today I’m so happy to be one of the stops on the blog tour for the Tor UK rerelease of Legends and Lattes, a truly lovely cosy fantasy!
Book Review: Final Acts, edited by Martin Edwards
Another fabulous Crime Classics anthology, this time with a theatrical theme!
Kitten Corner: Chapter Books Galore!
I’m back with six more fabulous chapter books for your perusal! All of these were sent to me free of charge by Little Tiger and Nosy Crow, but that doesn’t affect my opinions. There’s a bit of magic, some lovely animals, and a whole lot of heart…
Non-Stop NetGalley Mid-Month Check In
Just a very quick check-in today, as I’ve been in such a reading slump for the last couple of weeks! Still, I’ve managed to tick off three of my books, so here are some very short thoughts on them:Continue reading “Non-Stop NetGalley Mid-Month Check In”
Historical Romance Windfall Thoughts, Part Four
So here we are onto the final set of mini-reviews, which means I’ve read every single one of the books in my historical romance windfall! This bunch was less successful on the whole – thoughts on the last ten books below!
Catching Up on Erica Ridley!
Erica Ridley is one of my favourite historical romance authors, with her light-hearted tone and lovely characters, and she’s also super prolific. I realised recently that I had a whole bunch of review copies of her books waiting on my Kindle to catch up on! All of these were ebooks sent to me free of charge, but as always my opinions are my own.Continue reading “Catching Up on Erica Ridley!”
Kitten Corner: Interactive Board Books!
These five fabulous board books have flaps, sliders, squishy bits and cut outs galore – all of these were sent free of charge by the publisher, but as always that doesn’t affect my opinions (and I already repurchased some to give to others!).
Book Review: Midnight in Everwood by MA Kuzniar
This YA spin on the Nutcracker is just the ticket for a wintry night’s read…