Blog Tour ~ Why We Walk ( Siena’s Stories) #KidLit #ChildrensFiction @rararesources

Why We Walk

I’m delighted to join the blog tour for Why We Walk, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

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Why we walk_coverWhen we walk we see things that we would have missed if we drove. Things like birds, cats, & squirrels. When we walk we have fun spending time together. We talk and learn how walking can help to care for our planet. Join Siena and her dad as they walk to school and discover every little step counts. 

This is the second book in the Siena’s Stories series. The first book, The Dance of the Snow Tractors, was named a top book for children in the automobile category by Newsweek magazine.

Purchase Links ~ Amazon UK | Amazon US

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Siena is a real Canadian kid who likes making up stories with her father. Both of whom choose to create these books somewhat anonymously.

Social Media Links  ~ Instagram | Facebook

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Blog Tour #BookReview ~ Autumn in Sycamore Park by C P Ward #RomanticComedy @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog

I’m delighted to join the blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources, with my review of Autumn in Sycamore Park

Autumn in Sycamore Park

My Thoughts

Autumn in Sycamore Park is the first book in The Warm Days of Autumn series. The cover and title initially drew me to this book and I wasn’t disappointed. I love autumn and the descriptions of the park and setting are delightful. 

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Blog tour #QandA with Sandy Barker #author of A Wedding in Tuscany #romance @rararesources @sandybarker

I’m delighted to share a Q&A with Sandy for my stop on the blog tour, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

A Wedding in Tuscany

Tell us, what inspired you to write A Wedding in Tuscany?

I knew some time ago that I wanted to bring all the characters from this series back together for one final story. This is Book #5, and includes the protagonists from Books 1-4, Sarah and Cat Parsons, and Cat’s friend, Jaelee Tan.

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A Wish for Jo (Cranley Wishes #2) by Audrey Davis @audbyname #romcom #fantasy @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog

I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour and sharing my review for A Wish for Jo, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

A Wish For Jo

My Thoughts

A Wish for Jo puts local café owner and baker, Jo, in the spotlight. She loves her café, A Bit of Crumpet, but would really like something other than work in her life. She doesn’t know what exactly…excitement, maybe romance or just a touch of magic now and then…

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Bloomsbury Girls by Natalie Jenner ~ Historical Fiction @NatalieMJenner @StMartinsPress #BloomsburyGirls #HistoricalFiction @Austenprose #TuesdayBookBlog

I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour and sharing my review for Bloomsbury Girls, courtesy of Laurel Ann Nattress at Austenprose PR. 

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My Thoughts

Bloomsbury Girls continues the story of Evie Stone, who was initially introduced in The Jane Austen Society. However, Bloomsbury Girls works perfectly well as a stand alone. Enough of Evie’s backstory, along with mentions of events and appearances from several characters from the previous book, occur throughout the narrative, bringing the reader more or less up to date.

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#SpotlightFeature ~ Mollie Mack: Private Detective by @LindaDobinson27 #Giveaway @rararesources #ChildrensFiction

Today I have a spotlight feature for my slot on the blog tour for Mollie Mack: Private Detective, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

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Blog Tour #BookReview ~ Poison At The Village Show by Catherine Coles #CosyMystery @catherinecoles @rararesources @BoldwoodBooks #TuesdayBookBlog

I’m delighted to share my review today for Poison At The Village Show by Catherine Coles, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources, Boldwood Books and NetGalley. 

Poison at the Village Show

My Thoughts

Set just after the end of WWII, Poison at the Village Show introduces us to Martha Miller, the main protagonist. She is a relative newcomer to Westleham Village. Left on her own after her husband Stan disappeared a year ago, she is still the subject of village gossip, several claiming Martha is in some way to blame. There’s even a rumour Stan is buried under the potato patch. Her sister Ruby lives with her to help make ends meet since she can’t access her husband’s account.

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#GuestPost + #Giveaway from Bella Cassidy #author of Shoot the Moon @BellaMoonShoot @rararesources

I’m delighted to welcome Bella Cassidy with a guest post for my slot on the blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources. I read Shoot the Moon earlier this year, my review can be found here.

Shoot The Moon

I am sometimes asked if any of my characters are based on real people. Oh yes, I say cheerily, every single one. Before reflecting that writers who don’t include elements of people they know in their work must have far better imaginations than me.

I find people absolutely fascinating; and will ask a hundred questions of anyone. And I’m delighted that, having reinvented myself as a journalist in my fifties, I’ve finally found an excuse for being so nosey. 

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#BookReview ~ Under One Roof by Samantha Tonge @SamTongeWriter @BoldwoodBooks @rararesources #ContemporaryFiction

I’m delighted to share my thoughts on Under One Roof by Samantha Tonge for the blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources

Under One Roof

Robin, recently made redundant, is persuaded by her Uncle Ralph that her mother, Faye, needs help after a bad fall. Robin and Faye have been estranged for a long time and they haven’t seen each other for eighteen years—since Robin’s daughter, Amber was born. Faye had never been a motherly sort, scathing and harsh, and she and Robin often clashed. Robin’s dad always acted as mediator but after he died Robin ran away with her boyfriend.

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#SpotlightFeature ~ Foraging For Murder by Simon Whaley #CosyMurderMystery @simonwhaley @rararesources

I’m delighted to share a spotlight feature for the blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources

Foraging For Murder

MORTIFORDE’S FOOD FESTIVAL IS A RECIPE FOR MURDER.

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