#CoverReveal : The Girl I Used To Know by Faith Hogan (@GerHogan) #TheGirlIUsedToKnow @aria_fiction

Hello everyone! I am so excited to be sharing the very first and exclusive look at Faith Hogan’s up and coming book; the Girl I Used To Know and I have to tell you that this cover is just so pretty. But, you don’t want to hear me whittling on take a peek for yourself……

#Review : The Time Of Our Lives by @PortiaMacIntosh #TheTimeOfOurLives @HQDigital

Hello everyone! Today I have the great pleasure to be sharing my review of The Time Of Our Lives by the wonderful Portia MacIntosh, so grab a cuppa and let me tell you about this gorgeous book. Love is in the air…? Luca is used to being the ‘single one’ at weddings – it happens,…

#Review The Earls Countess Of Convenience (Penniless Brides Of Convenience #1) by @MargueriteKaye #TheEarlsCountessOfConvenience #PennilessBridesOfConvenience @MillsandBoon @HarlequinBooks

Hello my lovelies, I have the great pleasure to be sharing with you all my review of this amazing book; The Earls Countess of Convenience by Marguerite Kaye which is the first book in the whole new Penniless Brides of Convenience - to say I have been excited about this new series is an understatement…

#Review A History Of Cadbury by Diane Wordsworth @DMWordsworth #AHistoryOfCadbury #Historical #NonFiction @penswordbooks

When John Cadbury came to Birmingham in 1824, he sold tea, coffee and drinking chocolate in a small shop on Bull Street. Drinking chocolate was considered a healthy alternative to alcohol, something Cadbury, a Quaker, was keen to encourage. In 1879, the Cadburys moved to Bournville and created their 'factory in a garden' - an…

#Review The Daughter’s Of Ironbridge by Mollie Walton @rebeccamascull #TheDaughtersOfIronbridge #MollieWalton @ZaffreBooks

Hello everyone, I have the very great pleasure to be sharing my review of the wonderful; The Daughter’s Of Ironbridge by Mollie Walton with you all today. 1830s Shropshire. Anny Woodvine's family has worked at the ironworks for as long as she can remember. The brightest child in her road and the first in her…

#BlogTour : #Review Shakespeare’s Witch (Pages Of Darkness #1) by @SamanthaGrosser #ShakespearesWitch #PagesOfDarkness #HistoricalFiction via @hfvbt #HFVBTBlogtours

Good morning everyone! I have the huge pleasure to be today's stop on the mammoth blog tour for Shakespeare's Witch by Samantha Grosser. I am not only sharing my review of this fascinating yet darkly eerie story, I also have a giveaway to win a copy for yourself. So, grab yourself a cuppa and let…