Archives for the month of: July, 2019

#TuesdayBookBlog THE OTHER HALF OF AUGUSTA HOPE by Joanna Glen (@JoannaGlenBooks) (@HarperCollins) . A lyrical book full of feeling and “duende” – Hi all: I bring you a wonderful book today. Truly wonderful. The Other Half of Augusta Hope: Meet this summer’s most extraordinary heroine by Joanna Glen THIS IS A STORY FOR ANYONE WHO HAS EVER FELT LIKE THEY DON’T BELONG ‘Keep the tissues close’ Good Housekeeping  ‘A beautifully written debut novel with unforgettable cha…

#Bookreview THE ART LOVER’S GUIDE TO PARIS (CITY GUIDES) by Boukabou Ruby (@penswordbooks) A must-have for lovers of art and Paris. – Hi all: I bring you a book that I think will be of interest to many (and I thoroughly enjoyed): The Art Lover’s Guide to Paris (City Guides) by Boukabou Ruby There’s no doubt that Paris is brimming with some of the world’s best art. But on a trip to the City of Light, it’s

#TuesdayBookBlog THE RESURRECTIONISTS (THE SALEM HAWLEY SERIES BOOK 1) by Michael Patrick Hicks (@MikeH5856). Creature/cosmic horror, a great protagonist, and a fascinating historical setting #horror – Hi all: I bring you an impressive horror novella by an author I already reviewed a while back. I know some of you dislike horror but… The Resurrectionists (The Salem Hawley Series Book 1) by Michael Patrick Hicks Having won his emancipation after fighting on the side …

#Bookreview ALL THINGS GEORGIAN: TALES FROM THE LONG EIGHTEENTH CENTURY by Joanne Major and Sarah Murden (@penswordbooks) A beautiful gift for anybody who enjoys Georgian history and art #non-fiction – Hi all: I bring you a book for those of you who love beautifully illustrated books and the Georgian period. All Things Georgian: Tales From The Long Eighteenth Century by Joanne Major and Sarah Murden Take a romp through the long eighteenth-century in this collection …

#TuesdayBookBlog A WOMAN OF VALOR by Gary Corbin (@garycorbin) A solid police-procedural with an inspiring female protagonist #RBRT – Hi all: I repeat today with another book by an author I read last year. A Woman of Valor by Gary Corbin. In A Woman of Valor, Jack Reacher meets Tracy Crosswhite as #metoo victims find a heroine who will fight back for them – with a vengeance. A rookie policewoman, who was molested as a

Sally Cronin brings to our attention a new (and fabulously magical) novella by Teagan Geneviene. Congratulations! Highly recommended!

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Delighted to share the news of a new release Brother Love (A Crossroad) by Teagan Riordain Geneviene. If you have been following the serial on her website, you can now enjoy in this novella bringing all the episodes together.

About Brother Love

“Brother Love – a Crossroad” is a mysterious “Twilight Zone-ish” short novella. It was inspired by the combination of Neil Diamond’s song and the blues legends of Robert Johnson and the Devil at the Crossroads. As in the real world, things in this tale are not what they seem. The setting is rural Mississippi in the 1950s. A group of outcasts are in a small southern town. They don’t realize they are looking for something. Will they find it?

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Also by TeaganRiordain Geneviene

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#Bookreview GREAT BRITISH FAMILY NAMES AND THEIR HISTORY: WHAT’S IN A NAME? by John Moss (@penswordbooks) #history – Hi all: I bring you a review for a book that I think is a great reference book for those of us always eager to find new sources of information. Great British Family Names and Their History: What’s in a Name? by John Moss. For better or worse, what we are is often determined by

#TuesdayBookBlog #BlogTour JACKSON: ETERNITY SPRINGS: THE MCBRIDES OF TEXAS by Emily March (@emilymarchbooks) (@StMartinsPress) A gently inspiring story in a charming Texan setting – Hi all. I am participating in a blog tour for an author I read last year for the first time, and I was keen to read her new one. JACKSON: ETERNITY SPRINGS: THE MCBRIDES OF TEXAS by Emily March.  Synopsis: From New York Times bestselling author Emily March comes Jackson, the newest novel…

THE SNIPER ENCYCLOPAEDIA: AN A–Z GUIDE TO WORLD SNIPING by John Walter (@penswordbooks). A must for researchers and a fascinating book for anybody interested in the topic #referencebook #militaria – Hi all: I’m coming a bit left field with this book. I’m not a big fan of firearms, although I’ve used them in some of my books (no personal experience beyond a BB-gun my dad used to have when I was younger), but I was fascinated by this book. The Sniper Encyclopaedia: An…

#TuesdayBookBlog THE SILENT PATIENT by Alex Michaelides (@NetGalley) An intriguing read, but not an accurate depiction of mental healthcare. – Hi, all: Today I bring you a book that is proving very popular, although… The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides An intriguing read, but not an accurate depiction of mental healthcare. Read the Sunday Times and No.1 New York Times bestselling, record-breaking 2019 thriller that everyone is talking about – soon to be a major f…



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