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#TuesdayBookBlog UK2 (PROJECT RENOVA BOOK 3) by Terry Tyler (@TerryTyler4) #Bookreview The perfect way to end the series. A must read for #dystopia genre lovers and those who love great characters. – Hi all: Today I bring you the third book in a series I’ve been eagerly following. It’s the end, sort of… UK2 (Project Renova Book 3) by Terry Tyler ‘Two decades of social media had prepared them well for UK2.’ The pace steps up in this final installment of the Project R… http://ow.ly/c7M850hKrhg

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#Bookreview Z-FAST: : A Simple, Proven Intermittent Fasting Method by John Zehren An honest, simple, and clear explanation of intermittent fasting as a weight loss method and good tips on how to implement it. #weightloss #diet http://ow.ly/LRMl50hJEBJ

A touching memorial to his mother and a reminder of his new book by Geoff Le Pard

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I’m thrilled to welcome Geoff Le Pard to my blog home today. Anyone who writes about family gets my undivided attention. There’s nothing like family!

His new book Apprenticed To My Mother was released on Tuesday 12th June.

He’s written a lovely moving anecdote about his dear departed mother, Barbara’s funeral and her brother Ted especially for this Author Spotlight.

Read on:

When I came to write my memoir of the period between my father’s death and my mother’s, I started by focusing on the two funerals. My father’s was the first where I played any significant role, and mostly I wanted to make sure whatever happened, it met Mum’s approval. With Mum’s, since my brother and I were now orphaned I felt freer to let it reflect how I imagined it could be the best recognition and, in my judgement, celebration of a life well lived. My brother was…

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#Bookreview HUMAN ERRORS: A Panorama of Our Glitches, From Pointless Bones to Broken Genes by Nathan Lents (@nathanlents) Facts, anecdotes, some opinions, and a very engaging way of learning about the human body http://ow.ly/Uaa450hEhTd

#Bookreview DAYS OF WONDER by Keith Stuart (@keefstuart) (@LittleBrownUK) A love-at-first-read book. A must read if you love theatre, stories, magic, and feel-good novels. – Hi all: I read the first novel by this author some time ago and I was very pleased when I was invited to read the next one. I’m publishing the review on the day of its publication, so don’t delay and get it now! From the 200,000-copy bestselling author of A Boy Make Of Blocks Days http://ow.ly/rqRP50hBnQ0

#TuesdayBookBlog LITERATURE® by Guillermo Stitch (@GuillermoStitch) #Bookreview #RBRT Short but perfectly formed. Highly recommended. – Hi all: Today I bring you a book that is due for release early next month (the first of July) but is already available in preorder, and as there is a Goodreads giveaway you can access here, if you live in the USA, I thought I’d share it ahead of time, so you can be http://ow.ly/xiDf50hzns6

#Bookreview THE BEAUTY OF BUCHAREST (A Clean Up Crew Thriller Book 1) by S.J. Varengo (@PapaV) (@northernlakepub) Recommended to fans of action and spy thrillers looking for a fun read #Internationalthriller #adventures http://ow.ly/O7HP50hypjw

#TuesdayBookBlog THE COVEN MURDERS (The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries Book 3) by Brian O’Hare ( Great characters, a Northern Irish setting, and the devil is in the detail. – Hi all: Today I bring you a review for a book by an author I discovered a while back and I hope to keep reading in the future, Brian O’Hare. The Coven Murders (The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries Book 3) by Brian O’Hare The Coven Murders opens with a horrifying account of a ritual Black Mass with a http://ow.ly/ehmV50hsYj9

Don’t miss this wonderful post and great cake by Robbie Cheadle. She says she got the inspiration for it when she was reading my novel ‘I Love Your Cupcakes’. I’m honored!

Robbie's inspiration

On Friday it was Mr Fox’s birthday. The boys and I planned a small family birthday party for him on Sunday afternoon and invited all the relatives for the event.

I had my idea for his birthday cake a few weeks ago when I read I love your cupcakes by Olga Nunez Miret. Her book features a televised baking competition which concludes with the creation of a fantastic cake with colour for a theme. The winning team creates a cake with a magician’s top hat from which a waterfall of colour icing [must be liquid fondant, of course] flows when it is cracked open. My idea wasn’t quite the same. My idea included a magician’s top hat and spirals of coloured fondant curls. Olga’s book also comments on taste combinations. I decided to experiment and make blueberry cake for the top layer. You can read my review of Olga’s…

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#Bookreview MACBETH by Jo Nesbo (@NetGalley) A dark and twisted take on the original for readers interested in morally ambiguous characters. #JoNesbo #Shakespeare – Hi all: I was very intrigued by this book and well… Here is the review, finally. Macbeth by Jo Nesbo JO NESBO: #1 Sunday Times bestseller, #1 New York Times bestseller, 40 million books sold worldwide He’s the best cop they’ve got.  When a drug bust turns into a bloodbath it’s up to Inspector Macbeth and… http://ow.ly/2r1550hsgK6

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