Happy Halloween everyone! I hope you have a lovely and cosy day 🎃🎃🎃 I posted a new YouTube video to celebrate Halloween! 10 Halloween books - some of my favourite creepy and supernatural reads perfect to read at this time of year. Hope you enjoy watching! 🎃🎃🎃 https://youtu.be/Q4sDyCN23Jk What are your favourite Halloween books? Let… Continue reading 10 Halloween books!
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Glendale Hall Book Four is out next week!!
I'm so excited that Always and Forever at Glendale Hall will be published this time next week! Hit the like button if you're excited to read it. Pre-order your copy HERE! What if we’re all just searching for something? Anna Stewart is lost. After barely surviving a car accident as a teenager, Anna is scared of… Continue reading Glendale Hall Book Four is out next week!!
A Christmas thank you
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Need a Christmas book to read?
It's Christmas next week so it's the perfect Tim to curl up with a cosy festive romance! Grab your copy of Hopeful Hearts at Glendale Hall in eBook or paperback and escape to a snowy farm in Scotland and fall in love... xxx
When your book is published
So, this week my novel Coming Home to Glendale Hall was published! Publication week is always a haze of excitement, nerves, and checking your phone so much you end up RSI! I've been thrilled though with the early positive reviews and the supportive messages I've had on social media, and I'm hoping it moves up… Continue reading When your book is published
Paperback release news
I'm so excited that my novel Summer at the Kindness Cafe is now available as a paperback! You can grab a copy of it at Sainsbury's, Asda, Waterstones, your local bookshop, and all online book retailers too. I signed copies in my two local Waterstones stores, which is always fun and hopefully a nice bonus… Continue reading Paperback release news
2019 books: April
In April, I read five novels. I didn't manage to get to any of my non-fiction pile but never mind! I'd had The Rosie Project, a Big Bang Theory-esque rom com, on my to- read shelf for ages so I'm glad I finally got to that. I also picked up two YA books - Eve… Continue reading 2019 books: April
2019 books: March
I read four novels and one non-fiction book in March. Conversations with Friends is my second Sally Rooney book - a story of relationships between two best friends and an older couple they become entangled with. I did prefer Normal People, her second book, as I connected with the characters in that more. Summer of… Continue reading 2019 books: March
Books read in … November 2018
I can't believe how close we are to the end of the year! This month I made a start on festive books so I can read all the ones on my shelf before Christmas hopefully. I read four books this month - one was really long so almost counts as two I think. I wanted… Continue reading Books read in … November 2018
Books read in … October 2018
I read four books in October. I chose a couple of witch themed books for Halloween as it's always fun to do some seasonal reading. How To Hang A Witch is a creepy teen novel set in Salem with witches, ghosts and a love triangle. It was a fun read. The Rules Of Magic is… Continue reading Books read in … October 2018