#SundayStills ~ Light and Shade #Photography #Nature

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature hosted by Terri Webster Shrandt. The theme this weeking is Seeking the Light. This was taken on an early morning walk with my dog a few years ago. The moon was setting as I walked down the hill to the coast with the sun just beginning to rise behind … Continue reading #SundayStills ~ Light and Shade #Photography #Nature

The Rising Tide (Vera Stanhope Book 10) by @AnnCleeves #MurderMystery #NetGalley @panmacmillan

Close friends since their schooldays, Annie, Rick, Philip, Ken and Louise have been meeting at Pilgrim’s Retreat on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne every five years

#SpotlightFeature ~ And Then There’s Margaret by Carolyn Clarke #Dramedy #TuesdayBookBlog

Marriage and midlife can be difficult. And when you add a controlling, manipulative, and self-absorbed mother-in-law into the mix, things can get worse—much worse.

#GuestPost from #author Leela Dutt ~ First Person or Third? @rararesources

It's my pleasure to welcome Leela Dutt with a guest post, part of the blog tour for 'A Distant Voice in the Darkness' organised by Rachel's Random Resources. FIRST PERSON OR THIRD - WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES POINT-OF-VIEW MAKE? I am LEELA DUTT, and I write novels and short stories. This autumn 186 Publishing Limited brought … Continue reading #GuestPost from #author Leela Dutt ~ First Person or Third? @rararesources

#GuestPost by Vivien Freeman #author of The Testing of Rose Alleyn #HistoricalFiction @rararesources

It's my pleasure to welcome Vivien Freeman with a guest post for the blog tour organised by Rachel's Random Resources. Poetic Description by Vivien Freeman From childhood on, I have always been a reader of poetry as well as of fiction. Looking back at novels which I have found particularly good at conveying lives and … Continue reading #GuestPost by Vivien Freeman #author of The Testing of Rose Alleyn #HistoricalFiction @rararesources

Murder & Mischief (The #Victorian Detectives Book 10) by Carol Hedges #Historical #CrimeFiction @riotgrandma72 #TuesdayBookBlog

January 1868 and London was covered in a thick blanket of snow. Mr. James William Malin Barrowclough’s two sons couldn’t wait to get outside.

#SundayStills ~ Monthy Colour Challenge ~ White and Grey #Nature #Photography

Welcome to the Sunday Stills Monthy Colour Challenge, hosted by Terri Webster Shrandt. This month's theme is white and grey. Starting off with my favourite wolf picture, taken at the wolf conservation trust. The photo on the left has been app-ed, on the right a frosted treetop. A heron searching for supper on the banks … Continue reading #SundayStills ~ Monthy Colour Challenge ~ White and Grey #Nature #Photography

Finding Happiness at Penvennan Cove by @LinnBHalton #ContemporaryFiction #Romance #NetGalley #BookTwitter

Author: Linn B Halton Published: November 2022 Category: Contemporary Fiction, Romance ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Kerra Shaw's happiness should be complete when the love of her life moves into her cottage. But there is trouble in her beloved Penvennan Cove and Kerra knows she won't be able to enjoy her new start with Ross until she's put things … Continue reading Finding Happiness at Penvennan Cove by @LinnBHalton #ContemporaryFiction #Romance #NetGalley #BookTwitter

Exiles (Aaron Falk) by Jane Harper #Contemporary #AustralianFiction #Mystery @janeharperautho @panmacmillan #TuesdayBookBlog

Author: Jane Harper Due for release on February 2nd by Macmillan Category: Contemporary, Australian Fiction ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ At a busy festival site on a warm spring night, a baby lies alone in her pram, her mother vanishing into the crowds. A year on, Kim Gillespie’s absence casts a long shadow as her friends and loved ones … Continue reading Exiles (Aaron Falk) by Jane Harper #Contemporary #AustralianFiction #Mystery @janeharperautho @panmacmillan #TuesdayBookBlog

#Extract ~ the Rose and the Thistle by Laura Frantz @LFrantzauthor @RevellBooks #HistoricalFiction #Romance #AustenProsePR #BookTwitter

It's my pleasure to share an extract from the Rose and the Thistle, courtesy of Laurel Nattress. “How fetching you look in your pale green gown, La Belle Hedley. Akin to a stalk of celery,” Catherine teased, knowing Blythe didn’t give a fig for fashion and lamented her height, exceeding most of the court’s gallants. … Continue reading #Extract ~ the Rose and the Thistle by Laura Frantz @LFrantzauthor @RevellBooks #HistoricalFiction #Romance #AustenProsePR #BookTwitter