Today is my turn on the fabulous Winter of the Witch's UK blog tour and I am very excited. Winternight trilogy started with The Bear and the Nightingale and introduced us one of the most kick-ass female protagonists of YA fiction: Vasya. When we met her in Bear and the Nightingale she was a child-girl, … Continue reading Winter of the Witch: The final book of Winternight Trilogy and GIVEAWAY!
Today it's my stop on Will Carver's Good Samaritans blog tour and I am pretty excited to talk about this fabulously dark and disturbing thriller! It was such a fast paced and eventful read and I can't help imagining it on the screen. It could be beautifully made into a movie or TV series. I … Continue reading One crossed wire, three victims, six bottles of bleach: Good Samaritans by Will Carver @will_carver @OrendaBooks @annecater
It's my stop today on the fabulous Stranger Diaries Blog tour. If you're a regular visitor of my blog you know I am always up for a good crime thriller, so I couldn't be happier to be on tour for this fab book! Elly Griffiths is famous for Ruth Galloway mysteries, and she is treating … Continue reading Officer, There is a Stranger in my diary! Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths
Today it's my turn on House of Glass blog tour! I am extremely happy to be a stop on the blog tour for this fantastic book. House of Glass is much more than a historical novel. It's a gothic story full of mystery, with an extraordinary female character. Having feminist tones here and there and … Continue reading House of Glass by Susan Fletcher : Blog Tour
I am extremely lucky to be the stop today for Jacqueline Ward's Perfect Ten blog tour, and will be sharing the first chapter of this page turner with you. Thanks to Anne Cater from #RandomThingsTours for letting me participate! Caroline Atkinson is a beautiful woman, has a rock solid career and she is very intelligent. … Continue reading Perfect Ten: One woman’s journey to Perfect Revenge #RandomThingsTours #PerfectTen
The door gaped like a wound as they stepped in. A faint odour of rot and decay underscored the crisp heady scent of the eucalypts. And it was dark; the windows let in only a little daylight. As he stood in the centre of the room, Falk could first make out shapes, then details. Dust … Continue reading #BlogTour Force of Nature by Jane Harper