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All That Is Lost Between Us – A Mother’s Worst Fears

All That Is Lost Between Us centres around a teenage girl, Georgia, and what happens when a secret she thought would be hers to keep, is exposed.  Sara Foster, the author of this and many other thrilling reads, answers some questions which swirled around my head after finishing the book.…
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Who’s Afraid – Sexy Adult Werewolfiness – Author Q&A and Giveaway!

If you follow my social media, you will know that I thoroughly enjoyed Who's Afraid by Maria Lewis.  A kickass werewolf story with a strong female lead; no cheesiness and a real 'True Blood' vibe.   Loved every page and if you like a fast paced read with meat on…
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Deadly Messengers… If you want a thriller with meat on it’s bones..

Deadly Messengers opens right in the middle of a massacre at a cafe. The lone killer stalks his way through, extinguishing lives with an axe. A horrific, gory tragedy, which becomes more disturbing when another mass murder happens not long after in a nursing home; then another at a family…
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Author Guest Post! Claire Varley talks about the pressure to be ‘wordy’ all the time..

I was lucky enough to pose a question to Claire Varley, author of The Bit Inbetween.  Here is here brilliantly funny guest post response!   ‘Being a writer, do you feel under pressure to be 'wordy' and impressive all the time? Even in birthday cards and comments boxes on questionnaires?’…
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Tom Houghton – When you love a character so much, you are glad they aren’t real..

  Tom Houghton is twelve years old. He is different and the others know it. Some tiptoe around it, whisper loudly about it, some bully him mercilessly, and very few embrace him for it. Fast forward to Tom Houghton at forty. The book unfolds as we wind our way through…
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A Dictionary of Mutual Understanding – A graceful, cold, Japanese tale,with a raw core

Duffy’s review The ebb and flow of this book is extremely graceful. The words move through the pages like an old Japanese play and the spoken language drifts you gently to Nagasaki. A stranger knocks on the door of Amaterasu’s home and says he is her Grandson, thought dead. It…
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