#BlogTour #Promo ~ Dark Water Sacrifice by Zach Lamb #DarkFiction #Thriller @Zach_LambAuthor @rararesources

Dark Water Sacrifice

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for the noir thriller, Dark Water Sacrifice, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources. 

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#GuestPost from Joy Wood #Author of Getting Away With Murder @joywoodauthor @rararesources

I’m delighted to welcome Joy Wood with her post ‘You’ve Got To Be In It To Win It’ for my stop on the blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.

Getting Away With Murder

Over to you, Joy…

All of my life, I’ve loved words. I can remember as far back as being at infant school, probably about seven or eight, and we’d been asked to do a poem in “our best handwriting”. The teacher told us that there would be a competition and the best three poems would be read out to the class. I was fortunate to be one of those three, and while I can still see myself stood at the front and all my classmates sat at their desks, I have no idea what I wrote about. But it must have kick-started something in me as I always loved words and English language all the way through school.

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Being Netta Wilde by Hazel Ward @hazelward #BlogTour #GuestPost #ContemporaryFiction @rararesources

It’s launch day on the blog tour for Being Netta Wilde, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources. 

Being Netta Wilde

I have a guest post to share by Hazel Ward, the author…

I choose music with my words.

Popular music has always played a part in my life. There are songs that have been lodged in my memory for a long time. Not necessarily ones I’d choose to listen to, but that doesn’t make them any less special. Que Sera Sera, an old Doris Day hit, immediately transports me back to my mother singing it when ironing. My dad’s favoured singalong was a traditional one called The German Clockmaker. Quite racy for its time, I believe. He had a habit of singing it when drunk. I’m smiling now at the thought of my younger self rolling my eyes as he belted it out in the middle of a crowded pub. 

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#BlogTour #BookReview ~ Preacher Boy: A Harrison Lane Mystery by @GwynGB #TuesdayBookBlog

I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour for Preacher Boy by Gwyn GB, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

My Thoughts

Dr Harrison Lane is an intriguing character with an unusual backstory. He has an air of mystery about him, he’s an unknown quantity, particularly to one member of the team who who takes any opportunity to try and belittle him, mainly because he doesn’t share many personal details and he utilises the tracking and survival skills he learned from his Native American stepfather. Skills which, combined with his training as a psychologist, have been more than successful in his chosen career. They will, he hopes, be as successful in his hunt for the person or persons who murdered his mother, as disturbing memories begin to surface.

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Blog Tour #SpotlightFeature ~ Down The Tubes by Kate Rigby @AuthorRigby @rararesources #LiteraryFiction

I have a spotlight post for my stop on the blog tour for Down The Tubes, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

A hard-hitting novel based on the author’s experience of working in the field of addictions.

Down The Tubes

It’s the late 1980s and mother of four, Cheryl West, lands herself a job at a drugs project in London. But memories of her old life are never far away, especially when her surly daughter, Elaine, makes her unwelcome visits. 

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The Charity of Strangers by Alison Burke ~ Blog Tour #BookReview @rararesources #ContemporaryFiction #TuesdayBookBlog

Today I’m pleased to be sharing my review for The Charity of Strangers, part of the final date of the blog tour, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources

My Thoughts

Nineteen year old Zaffron had been on her own for years after shocking events caused her to run away into a life of homelessness and drugs. After overcoming substance abuse and mental health issues, she was living in a squat, trying to get her life into some sort of order. She kept her room clean and made it as nice as possible amid the chaos of the rest of the building. Desperate for something warm and smart to wear at the interview she was hoping to get, she went into a charity shop with the intention of stealing a coat.

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#Extract ~ Old Cases New Colours (A Dudley Green Investigation) by @ActScribblerDJ #HistoricalFiction @rararesources

Today I’m pleased to help launch the blog tour for Old Cases New Colours by Madalyn Morgan, with an extract from Chapter One, courtesy of the author and Rachel’s Random Resources.

Intro: After the war in 1945, Ena worked for The Home Office as head of the cold case department. After exposing the mole at MI5 and learning that the man she had worked with for thirteen years – and had respected for as long – was the head of the spy cell, Ena left her job. She was a good investigator but didn’t want to work for the government or the intelligence services, so she started a private investigation agency.

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Harper’s Highland Fling by Lizzie Lamb #BookReview #Romance @lizzie_lamb @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog

It’s my pleasure to join the blog tour and share my review for Harper’s Highland Fling, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

My Thoughts

Harper’s Highland Fling takes us from Cornwall to the majestic glory of the Scottish Highlands via the scenic Lake District. Harper MacDonald, executive headteacher of a federation of village schools, had done a sterling job of turning around those schools threatened with closure. Now it was the end of the academic year and, before she had to make a decision about her future, there was a three week tour of Nepal to look forward to. Or so she thought.

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#Spotlight ~ Preserved by Fiona Sherlock #CrimeFiction @fionasherlock @rararesources

It’s my pleasure to join in the Publication Day Push for Preserved with a spotlight post, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

About the Book

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#CoverReveal ~ When’s the Wedding by Olivia Spring #RomCom @ospringauthor @rararesources

I’m pleased to be one of the bloggers sharing the cover reveal for Olivia Spring’s upcoming release…When’s the Wedding? courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.

 Here’s what the book is about…

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