#bookreview: Mr Peacock’s Possessions by @LydiaSyson

Format: Hardback Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre Published: 17th May 2018 Pages: 432 Pages Genre: Fiction, Historical, American, Literature. The Blurb Oceania 1879. A family of settlers from New Zealand are the sole inhabitants of a remote volcanic island. For two years they have struggled with the harsh reality of trying to make this unforgiving place aContinue reading “#bookreview: Mr Peacock’s Possessions by @LydiaSyson”

Widdershins: 1600’s Witchcraft trails

Morning all, I hope you enjoy your weekend – I know I did! Lots of things have been going on in my life, so it’s nice to finally sit down and blog! Today, I am part of the ‘Widdershins’ tour. Debut author Helen Steadman sees her novel Widdershins published this Saturday (July 1st), which uncovers the storyContinue reading “Widdershins: 1600’s Witchcraft trails”

#bookreview: The Returning Tide by Liz Fenwick

Format: Paperback Publisher: Orion Books Published: 23rd March 2017 Pages: 400 Pages The Blurb Two sisters and one betrayal that will carry across generations… In wartime Cornwall, 1943, a story between two sisters begins – the story of Adele and Amelia, and the heart-breaking betrayal that will divide them forever. Decades later, the efforts of oneContinue reading “#bookreview: The Returning Tide by Liz Fenwick”

#bookreview: Secret of the Fireflies by J.G. Nicholls

Format: E-book Published: 4th March 2017 Pages: 226 Pages The Blurb Set during 1960s Britain, where Corporal Punishment is still an enforceable sentence for murder, Frank Dyson goes on the run after unintentionally taking the life of a stranger. Taking his young son and faithful dog with him, he escapes the city of Manchester andContinue reading “#bookreview: Secret of the Fireflies by J.G. Nicholls”

#GuestPost: #bookreview The Hourglass Factory by Lucy Ribchester

Happy Thursday everyone! Just think it’s only 2 days until the weekend, where you’ll have lots of time to read and drink tea. Following on from Charlotte’s Cursed Child guest post last week, I have another guest post to welcome to the blog and that’s Michelle. As I said in a previous post, I really should be includingContinue reading “#GuestPost: #bookreview The Hourglass Factory by Lucy Ribchester”

#bookreview: Diary of Margery Blake by P.J. Roscoe

About the book… Format: E-book (ARC) Publisher: P.J. Roscoe Published: 17th September The Blurb The harshness of 19th century life for women, seen through the eyes of a young bride. Margery Blake is nothing but a pawn in family affairs, and her marriage is seen as a good match. Margery has no power, or controlContinue reading “#bookreview: Diary of Margery Blake by P.J. Roscoe”