Archives for the month of: October, 2017

#TuesdayBookBlog LINDISFARNE (PROJECT RENOVA BOOK 2) by Terry Tyler (@TerryTyler4) That rare thing. A second strong book in a trilogy. #Bookreview #Post-apocalyptic http://ow.ly/ulx950eUaa0

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#Bookreview DAYS WITHOUT END by Sebastian Barry (@FaberBooks) A Western, a Civil War novel, and a love story whose narrator you won’t forget. #historicalfiction #Iamreading http://ow.ly/bXoy50eSXKE

#Booklaunch #Bookreview DISEASE: WHEN LIFE TAKES AN UNEXPECTED TURN by Hans M. Hirschi (@Hans_Hirschi) An emotional journey into a disintegrating mind and its effects #Dementia http://ow.ly/zabt50eNrv1

#TuesdayBookBlog #Booklaunch WHAT’S IN A NAME. VOL. 2 by Sally Cronin (@sgc58) Guest post and fabulous collection of #shortstories. http://ow.ly/hHcU50eM8cL

Check out Christoph Fischer’s new mystery box set!

Further to my recent “New-Release-Posts” I proudly present you my first ever Mystery Box Set: “The Fraud or Miracle Trilogy” – available in paperback and available for pre-order o…

Source: Mystery Monday: “The Fraud or Miracle? Trilogy” by Christoph Fischer | writerchristophfischer

I hope to visit!

Christmas Book Fair in Llandeilo to be held on Dec 9th The next opportunity to meet authors, listen to their readings and get signed copies of their books will be on December 9th.  This time the Ll…

Source: Welsh Wednesdays: Christmas Book Fair in Llandeilo to be held on Dec 9th | writerchristophfischer

Two of my favourite bloggers joined today. Pete from BeetleyPete features Robbie Cheadle’s new and utterly delicious book.

Today, I am delighted to be featuring the new book by the lovely Robbie Cheadle, and her son, Michael. Robbie is my kind of blogger; committed, engaged, and generous with her time and comments. Rob…

Source: Blogger’s Books: Robbie Cheadle | beetleypete

#Tuesdaybookblog #Bookreview Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward (@jesmimi) (@ScribnerBooks) Magic realism in the heart of darkness. A must read. http://ow.ly/4mcU50eE3ir

Christoph Fischer shares his review of one of the books on my soon to be read list, by great pantser Teagan Geneviene

This is a very enjoyable murder story set in the 1920s. Pip, Granny Phanny and a whole bunch of alliterated characters populate the story of surprisingly strong suspense with equally surprising tur…

Source: Mystery Mondays Review: “Murder at the Bijou” by Teagan Riordain Geneviene | writerchristophfischer

#Bookreview 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster. Four stories of the man as a young artist. For lovers of experimental literary fiction and New York. http://ow.ly/FDQp50eCNYJ

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