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”

A blogger adventure: Liverpool Central Library

A couple of weeks ago, I visited the Central Library in Liverpool and I have to say it is simply beautiful. It recently underwent a £50 million renovation project and the money spent has definitely made the place so magical. My mouth first dropped when we landed outside, you are greeted by a variety ofContinue reading “A blogger adventure: Liverpool Central Library”

Book Review requests – do’s and don’ts

I’m a book blogger that will happily accept (most) review requests. However, there are times when I decline. If you’re asking a book blogger for their time to read and review your book,  bare in mind how you ask! Here’s some do’s and don’ts to requesting – I’m not suggesting you should do these for allContinue reading “Book Review requests – do’s and don’ts”

Goodbye 2015, Hello 2016!

Firstly, I’d like to start by welcoming you all into 2016! I hope the year brings you new and exciting things, and most of all, that you’re healthy and happy! This is just a little update on my 2015 reading challenge progress. When I started, I had every intention of reading 100 books because inContinue reading “Goodbye 2015, Hello 2016!”