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Do You Judge a Book by Its Cover? #GuestPost by @peterjonesauth

Today I'm delighted to welcome back to the blog, author Peter Jones, whose latest novel - My Girlfriend's Perfect Ex-Boyfriend - came out earlier this month. You can read my review here. One of the things that can make or break a book is the cover. With this in mind I asked Peter how the… Continue reading Do You Judge a Book by Its Cover? #GuestPost by @peterjonesauth

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My Route to Publication by Lizzie Lamb @lizzie_lamb #TuesdayBookBlog

I've met my next guest on a couple of occasions, once at the Book Connectors meet up in Birmingham, and then again in Leicester just before Christmas. She is always so supportive of others, a delight to chat with, and an inspiration to all writers'. I am, therefore, over the moon to invite the lovely Lizzie… Continue reading My Route to Publication by Lizzie Lamb @lizzie_lamb #TuesdayBookBlog

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#Interview Meet Author Tracie Delaney @tracie_delaney

I was fortunate to meet my next lovely guest at a writers’ event last year and was delighted when she agreed to pop over to my blog for a chat about her new novel, Winning Ace, released 29th May. Allow me to welcome author, Tracie Delaney.   The Fun Stuff: What part of the world do you… Continue reading #Interview Meet Author Tracie Delaney @tracie_delaney

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#TuesdayBookBlog Inspirations behind the Reading Group by @DellaGalton #GuestPost #Romance

I first discovered my next guest between the pages of Writers’ Forum magazine many years ago, and her sound advice has helped shape my writing ever since. As well as teaching me so much about the skill of penning a novel, short story, or article, I have also thoroughly enjoyed reading her fiction work. So,… Continue reading #TuesdayBookBlog Inspirations behind the Reading Group by @DellaGalton #GuestPost #Romance

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There’s Something About Cornwall #TuesdayBookBlog #GuestPost by @daisyjamesbooks

First of all, a huge thank you for featuring my brand new release – There’s Something About Cornwall - on your blog. My pleasure, Daisy 🙂     Location is always very important to me when I’m writing. It’s almost as though it’s another character that requires just as much attention, just as much crafting,… Continue reading There’s Something About Cornwall #TuesdayBookBlog #GuestPost by @daisyjamesbooks

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#TuesdayBookBlog Twelve Lessons by Kate Spencer #NewAge #Romance #BookReview

Title: Twelve Lessons Author: Kate Spencer Category: Contemporary Romance/New Age/Personal Transformation My Rating: 4* My Review: Having brought my own life back from the brink on several occasions, I felt that Kate Spencer’s book, Twelve Lessons would be a perfect read for me. It’s very cleverly written as it fits into the personal development genre… Continue reading #TuesdayBookBlog Twelve Lessons by Kate Spencer #NewAge #Romance #BookReview

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#BookReview Midnight Sisters by @saraheboucher #TuesdayBookBlog #RBRT

Book Review #RBRT     Book Title: Midnight Sisters Author: Sarah E Boucher Category: Myths and Fairy Tales My Rating: 4 Star My Review: I’m unfamiliar with the original fairy tale that this novel is based on, The Twelve Dancing Princesses, so I can’t comment on the uniqueness of this re-telling. However, I can say… Continue reading #BookReview Midnight Sisters by @saraheboucher #TuesdayBookBlog #RBRT