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Tidbit Tuesday – Cogheart


Tidbit Tuesday features a new book every week. No personal input from me, just the book speaking for itself.

This week is the children’s steampunk adventure novel ‘Cogheart’ by Peter Bunzl

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The Method ~ Blog Tour & Book Review


Shannon Kirk’s debut novel, The Method, won the 2015ย National Indie Excellence Award for suspense and now you can read it to find out what all the fuss is about. Optioned for a major motion film and set to be translated into multiple languages, The Method is a kidnapping story unlike any I’ve ever read…  … Continue reading The Method ~ Blog Tour & Book Review

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Book Club Reads #4 – English Passengers


The January 2017 Book Club read was Englishย  Passengers by Matthew Kneale, a book I would never had chosen to pick up for a multitude of reasons. English Passengers is a historical fiction novel set around the 1850s and the British ‘settling’ of Tasmania. The Reverend Geoffrey Wilson is determined to prove that the Garden… Continue reading Book Club Reads #4 – English Passengers

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My February 2017 TBR


February has dawned, damp and grey, so here’s my TBR list to help cheer you up. It includes this month’s book for my British Books Challenge (BBC) and the book selected by my Book Club along with some others from my shelf & Kindle backlog! Books that count toward my BBC will be highlighted in… Continue reading My February 2017 TBR

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Tidbit Tuesday – English Passengers


‘In my experience once bad luck gets started on a man it will go on, and Captain Clarke of the coast guard cutter HMS Dolphin was bad luck pure as air. As his vessel bore down at us I had hopes we might catch some addled old gent thinking of his retirement, all belly and… Continue reading Tidbit Tuesday – English Passengers