Unto This Last by Rebecca Lipkin.

#RandomThingsTours #BlogTour #UntoThisLast Publication Date: 28th August 2020 Publisher: Book Guild Publishing Ltd ISBN: 1913208826 Background and Synopsis |John Ruskin was a complicated and controversial man, mostly with regards to his relationships with young women. However, he was also a brilliant artist, important patron and critic of art and architecture. He championed the painter J.M.WContinue reading “Unto This Last by Rebecca Lipkin.”

The Second Marriage by Gill Paul.

#RandomThingsTours #TheSecondMarriage #BlogTour @gillpaulAUTHOR Published in UK: 24th August 2020 Publisher: Avon Books ASIN: B084WS53XZ Synopsis: From the internationally bestselling author of The Secret Wife comes a tale of love, sacrifice and betrayal, available now. Published in the US as Jackie and Maria. JACKIE | When her first marriage ends in tragedy, Jackie Kennedy fearsContinue reading “The Second Marriage by Gill Paul.”

Most Anticipated 2021! Nick by Michael Farris Smith

#NickCarraway #TheGreatGatsby #NoExitPress #NickNovel #MichaelFSmith 25 FEBRUARY 2021Demy Hardback, £12.99 HB 9780857304544 | eBook 9780857304551. Author: Michael Farris Smith | Publisher: No Exit Press Synopsis: This rich and imaginative novel from critically acclaimed author Michael Farris Smith breathes new life into a character that many know only from the periphery. Before Nick Carraway moved toContinue reading “Most Anticipated 2021! Nick by Michael Farris Smith”

A Girl Made of Air by Nydia Hetherington

#GirlMadeOfAir #NydiaMadeOfAir #bookreview #Bookbloggers Sometimes all you can say when you finish a book is ‘Wow’. When that happens I close the book and have a moment of reverence. I need a few moments, in silence, to take in what I’ve read. I often need overnight before I can start a new book. I supposeContinue reading “A Girl Made of Air by Nydia Hetherington”

A Stargazy Night Sky by Laura Briggs.

#RachelsRandomResources #AStargazyNightSky #ALittleHotelInCornwall #BlogBlitz At the sleepy Cornish hotel Penmarrow, there is a rare celestial event bringing new guests. The staff are tasked with hosting an astronomer’s conference to coincide with the appearance of a rare comet. Romance abounds amongst the staff as timid maid Molly is flustered by the return of charming astronomer GeorgeContinue reading “A Stargazy Night Sky by Laura Briggs.”

The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult

#NetGalley #TheBookOfTwoWays #HodderandStoughton A few years ago I was lucky enough to meet Jodi Picoult, and ask her some questions. She was promoting her novel Sing You Home and the question I asked was about the ideas she has for her novels; do the characters or the issue come to her first? Most of herContinue reading “The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult”

Seven Doors by Agnes Ravatn.

#OrendaBooks. #RandomThingsTours #blogtour #SevenDoors While reading this book I had one of those odd reading experiences that only happens on Kindle or other e-reader. When I’m reading a proper physical copy of a book, I’m constantly aware of how much book is left. I’m literally holding it in my hand. I read this in oneContinue reading “Seven Doors by Agnes Ravatn.”

Just My Luck by Adele Parks.

#JustMyLuck #AdeleParks #BookBloggers Lexi and Jake have been in the same friendship circle for fifteen years, with the Pearsons and the Heathcotes. They’ve been pregnant at the same time and have gone through parenting, moving house, changing jobs and sharing the highs and lows of life together. Every Saturday they try to get together forContinue reading “Just My Luck by Adele Parks.”

Not The Deaths Imagined by Anne Pettigrew.

#DampPebblesTours #NTDI #NotTheDeathsImagined #BlogTour What I love most about book blogging is that I often come across books that I wouldn’t have found any other way. This novel is one of these. I’ve never read Anne Pettigrew before, but when the synopsis found its way to me for this tour I thought I would enjoyContinue reading “Not The Deaths Imagined by Anne Pettigrew.”

A Song of Isolation by Michael Malone.

#RandomThingsTours #OrendaBooks #ASongOfIsolation #blogtour I’m now at a point with Orenda books where I feel I could pick up any of their titles and be assured of a complex and intelligent read. Michael Malone is a completely new author to me, and this was controversial subject matter, but from the first few pages I feltContinue reading “A Song of Isolation by Michael Malone.”