Blog Tour & Guest Post: The Trials and Tribulations of an Unusual Name

Today, as part of The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper blog tour, I am joined by author Phaedra Patrick who talks about ‘The Trials and Tribulations of an Unusual Name’. The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper in a nutshell: Having been married for over 40 years, 69-year-old Arthur Pepper is mourning the loss of hisContinue reading “Blog Tour & Guest Post: The Trials and Tribulations of an Unusual Name”

Little Black Penguin Books

I’m sure you’ve all seen the above, but if you haven’t, where have you been? Only joking, here’s the lowdown. For Penguin’s 80th birthday they released 80 classics from around the world to highlight just how amazing literature is! An additional 46 books were introduced in March so now there’s about 126. The Penguin websiteContinue reading “Little Black Penguin Books”

Book quote challenge: Day Three

Well, that was a quick challenge! Today is my last day of the ‘Book Quote Challenge’ and I’ve had lots of fun! I never expected it to be so difficult to find 9 book quotes to showcase to you all. So here goes, it’s the last instalment: “Being interesting isn’t important. But being happy is.Continue reading “Book quote challenge: Day Three”

Book quote challenge: Day Two

I’m back for day two of the ‘Book quote challenge’. If you’re unfamiliar with the challenge, you can find out all the details here. Today’s quote selection is: “We need never be ashamed of our tears.” – Great Expectations, Charles Dickens “He used to say that one man couldn’t change the world, but he wasContinue reading “Book quote challenge: Day Two”

Book quote challenge: Day One

Thank you to Donna at Chocolatenwaffles for the nomination. For the next three days, I’m going to be participating in the ‘Book quote challenge’. The rules are: – Post for three consecutive days – Pick three quotes per day – Challenge three different bloggers per day So here goes… “Hope is the only thing strongerContinue reading “Book quote challenge: Day One”

Behind the scenes: Match Me If You Can Covers

It’s interesting to see how the same book is marketed differently depending on where its fans are based. Michele Gorman’s Match Me If You Can is published by Avon (Harper Collins) in the UK and by Notting Hill Press in the US. Avon took the lead in designing the marketing package for Michele’s UK chick litContinue reading “Behind the scenes: Match Me If You Can Covers”