Genre: Humorous

Who Let The Gods Out Tour!

Who Let The Gods Out Tour!

WHO LET THE GODS OUT? is a truly laugh-out-loud anarchic adventure, introducing a hilarious and heartfelt new voice to the UK children’s books world with a bang – or rather a strike of lightning! Thanks for joining me for the tour of this fab middle-grade saga by Maz Evans, ‘Who Let The Gods Out?‘ Maz […]

Posted February 9, 2017 by Kate in Guest post, tour / 0 Comments
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Q.I. Elf Anne Miller Leaves You Flabbergasted!

Q.I. Elf Anne Miller Leaves You Flabbergasted!

Today, I’m seriously lucky enough to have a bona fide Elf visit the site. No, not Will Ferrell, but Anne Miller one of those clever research elves from hit BBC show Q.I. As part of the promotion for the latest Q.I. book 1,342 Q.I. Facts To Leave You Flabbergasted, Anne talks about how she conducts […]

Posted December 8, 2016 by Kate in Guest post, tour / 0 Comments
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Holding by Graham Norton

Holding by Graham Norton

Chat show host, raconteur, actor, comedian – Graham Norton already has several strings to his bow. Now he can add ‘author’ into the mix, as following on from his highly successful memoirs, he’s ventured into the world of fiction with his début novel Holding. Excitement tends to pass by the quiet village of Duneen, much […]

Posted October 3, 2016 by Kate in review / 0 Comments
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Soft In The Head by Marie-Sabine Roger

Soft In The Head by Marie-Sabine Roger

Sometimes, it takes a special someone to help us discover our true selves. When it’s done through a love of knowledge, and books, it’s even better. Soft in the head, but strong in the heart, Germain seems happy with his lot. His days are an endless array of drinking with his friends, casual sex with […]

Posted June 20, 2016 by Kate in review / 0 Comments
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American Housewife by Helen Ellis

American Housewife by Helen Ellis

If you like your ‘slice of life’ tales with added lemon juice and vinegar, then Helen Ellis is your woman. Her new collection ‘American Housewife‘ is the proverbial ‘ripped plaster’ off the knee of American domesticity. Many avoid the short story format – I see it all the time – often because they feel detached […]

Posted January 25, 2016 by Kate in review / 0 Comments
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