Blog Tour Review: Battle Ground by Rachel Churcher

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This is one of my favourite books of this year; it’s different from most books I read & Rachel has done an incredible job of making this book feel very close to reality. I’m gutted this book isn’t up in the charts, because it absolutely deserves to be.


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.




⚠️ This book contains violence, death & scenes containing gun shooting & killing ⚠️

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Blog Tour Guest Post: I Can’t Tell You Why by Elaine Robertson North

I Can't Tell You Why

Having an affair is inconceivable to Dani and yet she’s having one with Alex. He’s married, he’s an actor and she’s his agent.

Then Dani meets Sean, a paparazzi photographer with a formidable reputation. It’s a profession that makes him unpredictable at best. A dangerous trait when his motivation to expose becomes personal.

Dani knows she’s made mistakes. She also knows she’s not the first person who wilfully hurt someone they love and is simply unable to explain why. |

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Global Blog Tour Review: The Kingdom by Jess Rothenberg

The Kingdom

The Kingdom was one of my most anticipated releases of the year so I knew I would enjoy it, but damn, I had no idea how much I would love it! This book was super engaging & addictive, & the ending of the book has left me incredible stressed!


I was sent this book by the publisher & invited to take part in the blog tour in return for an honest review.




⚠️ Suggestions of of rape & on-page self-harm & suicide ⚠️

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Blog Tour Review: Only the Lonely by Suzanne Nicholson

Only the Lonely


Only the Lonely was partially a cover read… I mean, look at it!! But I also thought the concept of this story was super intriguing, & I believe I told Rachel that I couldn’t not review this. The book wasn’t quite what I was expecting, & made me uncomfortable at times, but the story was definitely an interesting one.


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.



⚠️ Parental death, discussions of abortion & other scenes related
to pregnancy that some readers may find very upsetting.
There is also an uncomfortable race comment at 17% of the way through ⚠️

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Blog Tour Nursery Review & Giveaway: Jay-Jay & the Carnival by Susan Wickstead

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Jay-Jay & the Carnival is a book in a series based on a real-life bus called the Bewbush Playbus; in this book we follow Jay-Jay the Supersonic Bus to a carnival, but when something goes wrong, will someone be able to save Jay-Jay?


I was sent this book to review with the help of my preschool class as part of a tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.

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Mini Review: The Lost Sentinel by Suzanne Rogerson

The Lost Sentinel

Last week I posted a mid-read review for The Lost Sentinel as I didn’t manage to finish it before my review slot of the book tour – as I have now finished the book I wanted to write a quick mini review just to make up for not having it ready in time for the tour.

I really did enjoy this book & I can’t wait to get into book two.

I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.



⚠️ This book contains death, violence & scenes/references of a sexual nature ⚠️

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Cover Reveal: Thorn by Intisar Khanani

“Thorn is a lovely atmospheric fairytale fantasy about a girl and her found family. I loved it!” – Gail Carriger, New York Times-bestselling author of the Parasol Protectorate series

I am genuinely thrilled to be helping to show the world for Intisar Khanani’s upcoming book, Thorn. Reading the synopsis of this book excited me so much, but the cover has just made me even more excited to eventually read it – I’ll definitely be buying a print edition to show off on my shelves.

The cover has been designed by Jenny Zemanek (& what an awesome job she’s done) & is being released on March 14th 2020 (in the UK it’s March 24th) by HarperTeen (heads up guys, I’d love an ARC).

More below about the book & the author.


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