Book Review- Christmas at Lobster Bay by Annie Robertson

Thanks to Welbeck Publishing for gifting me a copy of this festive read in exchange for an honest review. As you may have guessed I am trying to read as many Christmas books as possible this month and this was my 3rd read of the month. This books is actually a sequel to The GuesthouseContinue reading “Book Review- Christmas at Lobster Bay by Annie Robertson”

Book Review – Christmas for One by Amanda Prowse

To start off my festive reviews I thought I would start December off with an author I have previously read and loved. Having read Amanda Prowse’s previous titles, Waiting to Begin and An Ordinary Life I knew that I would likely be in for an emotional and in depth festive read.

Book Review – Fools in Love

It may only be the 9th December but I am in full swing with Xmas reads, which means I am pretty far behind on reviews. So before I go onto the Xmas reviews I have one I recently read which was a Netgalley read from Perseus Books. Fools in Love is an anthology of shortContinue reading “Book Review – Fools in Love”

Book Tour – Mistletoe and Crime by Chris McDonald

Today I have the pleasure of hosting the next leg of Chris Mcdonald’s New Stonebridge mystery novella, Mistletoe and Crime which is out tomorrow (7th December) I previously read and reviewed his last novella, The Case of the Missing Firefly which was a brilliant read so I was excited to read what happens next. BlurbContinue reading “Book Tour – Mistletoe and Crime by Chris McDonald”

Book Review- The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie

So this is an author I have been meaning to start reading for a long time, and having seen multiple posts of her works from a good friend of mine on Instagram Idecided that I would start with her Poirot series. Blurb A refugee of the Great War, Poirot is settling in England near StylesContinue reading “Book Review- The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie”

Book Tour – Stop at Nothing by Lucy Martin

So, today, Lucy Martin’s book tour for her novel, Stop at Nothing has reached Lizzie’s Little Book Nook. Thanks to Welbeck Publishing for gifting me a copy of this book for an honest review. Blurb How far would you go to get what you want? Amie Slade’s sexual assault feels too close to home forContinue reading “Book Tour – Stop at Nothing by Lucy Martin”

Book Review – Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin

This was read in preparation for our last show which was all about book series’ (if you missed it you can listen to it anywhere you listen to podcasts or through the below link) however this novel is also perfect for the Halloween season. Blurb Two years ago, Louise le Blanc fled her coven andContinue reading “Book Review – Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin”

Book Review- The Assembly by Natasha Brown

This was another Netgalley read and also Natasha Brown’s debut novel. So let’s start with a bit of an overview. Blurb Come of age in the credit crunch. Be civil in a hostile environment. Go to college, get an education, start a career. Do all the right things. Buy an apartment. Buy art. Buy aContinue reading “Book Review- The Assembly by Natasha Brown”

Book Review – One Will Die by CT Ortega

I have previously read CT Ortega’s debut novel, The Writer and The Throne and really enjoyed it, so I jumped at the chance to review his new novel, One Will Die. BLURB Two different lives…Two different hopes…Only one will survive… Tanel, a quiet poet born into the battle-driven clan of Mil’chama. The heavily trained boyContinue reading “Book Review – One Will Die by CT Ortega”

Book Review and Book Tour – The Case of the Missing Firefly by Chris Mcdonald.

Thanks to RedDogPress for gifting me a copy of Chris McDonald’s new murder mystery novella, The Case of the Missing Firefly and for inviting me to be a part of this wonderful book tour. Blurb The notoriously hard-drinking, backstabbing Stonebridge Radio crew are having their Hallowe’en party on Winkle Island, rumoured to be the mostContinue reading “Book Review and Book Tour – The Case of the Missing Firefly by Chris Mcdonald.”