Networking For Writers by Lizzie Chantree (Blog Tour – @rararesources)

Hello, bookworm, it’s a treat to see you on a Sunday morning! If you pop down to the Healthy Eating cookery genre shelves, there should be some of their delicious feast left. I asked them to whip something up after seeing lots of posts on social media this month about Veganuary and they relished the […]

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Legend Of The Lost Ass by Karen Winters Schwartz

Welcome, bookworm, come in from the snow; goodness, it’s so heavy your footprints are already filling up. I have some hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows from when the Supernatural Fiction genre held their monthly ‘tales around the campfire’ gathering earlier this evening, if you’d like to help yourself? It’s the perfect treat for the trek […]

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It Will Be Quick by Karl Drinkwater (Blog Tour – @rararesources)

Welcome, bookworm, do come in out of the rain. Mind the pans on the floor; the roof seems to have sprung a leak. I’m just waiting for it to dry out then I’ll have the DIY books take a look at it – I’m sure they’ll have it sorted as quick as a flash. Speaking […]

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Circles Of Deceit by Paul C.W. Beatty – Blog Tour

Good morning, bookworm, it’s lovely to see you on a Monday morning – nothing sets my week up better than talking books over a steaming mug of coffee with a fellow literature lover. Wait… did you hear that? It sounded like something creaking but I don’t see anything. The cats are snoozing, the dragons are […]

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The Lost Sentinel by Suzanne Rogerson – Blog Tour

Good morning, bookworm, it’s so lovely to see you again! Do come in, I’ve just made a stack of pancakes to help mend the broken heart of one of the romance books (I’m trying to wean it off cookie dough ice cream) and you’re welcome to tuck in too. Here you go, would you like […]

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The Tear Collector by Shawn Burgess (Blog Tour)

Well hello, bookworm, how lovely it is to see you on this rainy January day! Come in and get dry by the fire. I’d say happy new year since this is the first visit of 2021 but that may be stretching the acceptable social conventions of that one a little too far since we’re almost […]

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