Aegean Sun: The Kafenion by Stephanie Wood – Blog Tour @rararesources

Hello bookworm, it’s lovely to see you again! Please excuse the sand on the floor; I took a well earned break from my usual duties and, with the help of the Travel Books, visited many beautiful places. A benefit of being a Keeper of Books in a mystical library is I get to travel to […]

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Pluto’s In Uranus by Patrick Haylock – Blog Tour @rararesources

Hello bookworm, how lovely to see you so bright and early! The clocks sprung forward in the early hours this morning so I’ve made some extra strong coffee to help me adjust to it. I don’t know about you but I always feel a little discombobulated when I lose the hour to British Summer Time. […]

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Horsey Mere by David Blake – Blog Tour

Good morning, bookworm, do come in. Can I get you some hot toast with butter on? The dragons have been a little overactive with spring being in the air so I set them the task of toasting my bread. With any luck, they’ll wear themselves out while we sit and have a catch up. So, […]

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The Strange Case Of The Barrington Hills Vampire by James Scott Byrnside

Good afternoon, bookworm, do come in. You’ll have to keep your eyes peeled as one of the dragons is rather over-excited by the blustery weather so keeps dive-bombing the bookshelves. This hasn’t gone down well with the books and they’re gathered in various corners, pages aflutter, to complain about the menace. Speaking of menaces, have […]

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52 Weeks Of Writing by Mariëlle S. Smith – Blog Tour Review

Good morning, bookworm, what a lovely surprise. Come in and have some breakfast with me. Watch you don’t trip over the old typewriter on the floor; I’m still trying to find a home for it where I can use it easily but where the Modern Technology books won’t interfere with it. They’ve been rather scathing […]

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Heather by G.C. McKay

Good evening, bookworm, do come in. Here, let me take your coat so the cats don’t lie on it and you get comfortable by the fire. Do you like the new forest green colour on the chimney breast? I had to go for a dark colour thanks to the dragons getting a little over-excited when […]

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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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Art And Soul By Claire Huston

Good evening, bookworm, do come in. Would you mind flicking the Christmas lights around the door, please? They’re a little temperamental, especially since the cats try and bat the lower bulbs. Ah, perfect! I love the different shadows and glow they cast upon the walls of my book nook; it looks rather artistic in a […]

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The Dark Chorus by Ashley Meggitt (Blog Tour @rararesources)

Hello bookworm, have you been waiting long? I’m sorry I didn’t hear you knocking; I was in a world of my own there while I was dusting the bookshelves and trying to ignore the squabbling. It’s always the same: The classics genre seem to think a bit of dust adds a degree of gravitas to […]

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The Twins by J. S. Lark – Blog Tour @rararesources

Hello there, bookworm, and do come in. It’s almost dark so I’ll just light a few lamps and candles to make it cosy in my little library. Sit yourself down in a comfy chair, help yourself to a fluffy blanket, some cake and a cat or two and I’ll be with you in a moment […]

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