The Silent Sister by Shalini Boland

My review The book started fabulously with an old faded envelop found by the cat sticking out of the floorboards in the kitchen. The doors were closed, how did the envelop get there? Lizzy was shocked and fearful. And the story continued on with her getting more such messages about someone keeping a watch on … Continue reading The Silent Sister by Shalini Boland

The Getaway Girls by Dee MacDonald

My review Connie was back along with her need for adventure. My second book by author Dee MacDonald, had me reading about the travels of Connie in a motor home along with acquaintances-turned-friends, Maggie and Gill. The story had the girls going on a journey from UK to Italy, in search of Connie's roots, with … Continue reading The Getaway Girls by Dee MacDonald

The Bakery at Seashell Cove by Karen Clarke

My review There are some books which must be read when one is sad. This is one such feel-good book which makes the heart go ga-ga over love and CAKES. Meg is the baker of Seashell Cove, but the bakery needs a new owner for her to bake her cakes and run it. Her fiancé … Continue reading The Bakery at Seashell Cove by Karen Clarke

Song for a Lost Kingdom by Steve Moretti #excerpt

Book Spotlight I have read the book, and it is written well. Sharing the book excerpt from Song for a Lost Kingdom by Steve Moretti Bloggers who would like to join the blog tour from Sept 10 - 15, fill the form here Book Excerpt Scotland, 1746 KATHARINE’S ONLY CONCERN was for the new life … Continue reading Song for a Lost Kingdom by Steve Moretti #excerpt

Interview with Author T. A. Barua

It is the end of the blog tour of the book Arcacia and I am back with a serious Q&A session with the esteemed author T. A. Barua. It is difficult to write a children's fantasy, and I wanted to know how she achieved it. Tell me something about yourself, who is T.A. Barua? First, … Continue reading Interview with Author T. A. Barua

Gracie’s Secret by Jill Childs

My review I picked up this book as the cover was extremely enticing. A mother's intense love for her child was the core root of this story. The story started with a phone call asking the mother Jen to come to the hospital where her 3 year old Gracie was admitted after the vehicular accident. … Continue reading Gracie’s Secret by Jill Childs

An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena

  My review A enthralling murder mystery from author Shari Lapena, this whodunit kept me fully engrossed from the first to the last page. I have enjoyed all her books. They are good fun to read without requiring too much concentration. This books started with a lot of characters that got confusing. I had to … Continue reading An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena

A Posy of Promises by Sharon Dempsey

My review 3 women of 3 generation Grandmom Maggie, absentee mother Scarlett, daughter Ava 3 best friends Ava, Niamh, Cal 3 boyfriends (not at the same time) Finlay, Ben, Joseph A Posy of Promises by author Sharon Dempsey was full of potential in premise, lacking in delivery, at least for me. The book started with … Continue reading A Posy of Promises by Sharon Dempsey

Cover Reveal and Blog Tour September 3rd – 8th #thriller #psychologicalsuspense #mystery

Hey guys, I am so excited to bring to you my first Cover Reveal on August 17th and blog tour from September 3 - 8. I have read the book (I am one of the first few readers) and it is fast paced, thrilling, and with unexpected twists. A total roller coaster ride!! You know what … Continue reading Cover Reveal and Blog Tour September 3rd – 8th #thriller #psychologicalsuspense #mystery

Arcacia by T A Barua

The second blog tour by my company Digital Reads Blog Tours. I bring to you Arcacia by author T. A. Barua, a children's fantasy which captures imagination and dreams. My review A book which would take a child into realms of mystical creatures is always fun to read. It is not frequent that one comes … Continue reading Arcacia by T A Barua

Follow Me Home by D. K. Hood

My review Another great mystery-police procedural by author D. K. Hood. It took me some time to start liking the story as the initial chapters described how the paedophiles lured, kidnapped, and abused 13/14 year old children for years and killed them. That turned my stomach upside down. Once the team of detectives from the … Continue reading Follow Me Home by D. K. Hood

Blog Tour September 24 – 29 #fantasy #digitalreadsblogtours

Hey guys!! I am back with a new blog tour. A fantasy in a book store. Digital Reads Blog Tours - http://www.digitalreadsblogtours.wordpress.com Interested bloggers - kindly put your name in the comments section along with 2 dates for the tour. New bloggers - kindly fill the contact page of Digital Reads Blog Tours. Digital Reads … Continue reading Blog Tour September 24 – 29 #fantasy #digitalreadsblogtours

Song for a Lost Kingdom by Steve Moretti #CoverReveal #bookblurb

Sharing with all of you the cover and book blurb of this historical fantasy by author Steve Moretti Book Blurb Music is not bound by time... Adeena Stuart is a struggling cellist ready to give up on her dream of landing a spot with the National Arts Centre Orchestra. All that changes when she receives … Continue reading Song for a Lost Kingdom by Steve Moretti #CoverReveal #bookblurb

Love, Lies, and Wedding Cake by Sue Watson

My review What a 'bruddy' brilliant book!! Ms. Watson has done it again, given a book so full of love, laughter, and ridiculously loving characters. The warmth Sue Watson's writing exudes literally lights up my day. Even a heart soaked in pain finds solace and a way to smile with this book. "Death is not … Continue reading Love, Lies, and Wedding Cake by Sue Watson

The Chosen Ones by Carol Wyer

My review DI Robyn Carter is back with her team with a new murder and a new twist in her personal investigation about her dead husband. The book travels the twists and turns as author Carol Wyer's generally does. The forensics are tight and extensive. The plot is well thought of and unexpected. Robyn Carter … Continue reading The Chosen Ones by Carol Wyer