Time for a chat: Maxine Morrey!

It is an absolute honor for us when we get to interview wonderful authors. Our author love list has been getting longer and longer over the past few years and we now have so many incredible people we look up to and admire. Last Christmas I couldn't wait to get curled up in bed and dive in to the book I was reading. I was grinning from ear to ear and my heart was filled with that warmth that bookworms get when reading something so enchanting. And it was all thanks to the lovely lady we have on the blog today, Maxine Morrey. Her delightful read 'The Christmas Project' made me so happy and getting to interview her was a joy. So, grab a cuppa and a biscuit or two because it's time for a chat with Maxine! :) Enjoy!

Book review: There's something about Cornwall, by Daisy James.

Release date: 8th March 2017
Twitter: @daisyjamesbooks
Publisher: HQ Digital.

OK, can someone please bring me a giant scone with clotted cream and jam and at least ten Cornish pasties, ooh and a fresh pot of tea? Really? Pretty please? Like stat? :p

12 Thoughts while watching Beauty and the Beast.

Beauty and the Beast has always been our favourite Disney movie, (sharing the top spot with Tangled when that came along) We feel we simply related to Belle the most, with her love of books, and we adored that she was kind hearted and sweet. The moment we found out that Emma Watson was playing Belle in a live action movie was the moment we were ready to watch the movie, like right there and then. So needless to say, when it was released this past Friday we were the first in line. Today we share some of the thoughts swirling around our brains while watching the tale as old as time...

Book Review: Out of the Darkness by Katy Hogan.

Release Date: 6th July 2015.
Publisher: Illumine publishing.
Twitter: @katyhogan

Don't you just love it when you are pleasantly surprised? I have to admit, that was me with this book by Katy Hogan. I don't want to say that I thought I wouldn't get into it but upon reading the blurb, I wasn't sure it would be my cup of tea. What's that famous saying...oh yes, never judge a book by it's cover or in this case blurb, as I can happily tell you all, I absolutely loved it.