Book Review: Dreaming of Christmas

This feature is in association with NetGalley. Dreaming of Christmas by T.A.Williams Many thanks to both NetGalley and to Canelo for letting me see an advance reader’s copy of Dreaming of Christmas. Last Christmas, after ten years together, Zoe’s boyfriend’s gift to her was to dump her on Christmas Eve and go and shack up with another woman. On top of that, Zoe also loses her job and has to take the first one that comes along on a tacky […]

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Book Review: A Christmas Gift

This feature is in association with NetGalley. A Christmas Gift by Sue Moorcroft Many thanks to both NetGalley and to Avon Books UK for letting me see an advance reader’s copy of A Christmas Gift. Apologies for the delay. (I’m still catching up!) Meet Georgine. She has a lot to deal with in the run up to Christmas, such as:  trying to make ends meet after her ex ran away and threw her to the bailiffs, even though they weren’t […]

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NaNoWriMo 2021 Days 5, 6, 7 & 8

This post was going to be a ‘weekend off’ post and it was going to post yesterday. Then I remembered that I also had a publication day post for yesterday, so the weekend off post was added to the NaNoWriMo Day 8 post. Day 5 Day 5, or Friday was supposed to be a day off for me. I was supposed to have a holiday with the poet, but I had a ghostwriting deadline. So I reported to my desk […]

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Book review: Let it Snow

This feature is in association with NetGalley. Let it Snow, Sue Moorcroft Thanks to NetGalley and to Avon Books UK for an advance copy of Let it Snow by Sue Moorcroft. I thoroughly enjoyed this story. I love Christmas anyway, and this book had snow too. Lots of snow. And a spotty dog. Lily wants to meet her brothers. Her sister is against the idea and her parents aren’t completely on board. But that doesn’t stop Lily moving to the […]

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