12 Spine-tingling Reads to Get You Ready For Hallowe’en 2021.

Hallowe’en this year will not be the same. I can’t see my partner, I can’t dress up and get drunk with friends, and I can’t even go out to the pub. Hopefully you’re in a better place than me and can do one of those, or maybe you can’t. And maybe, to top it all off, you can’t even take your little one on the prowl for some sweets through your town.

I’m hoping Hallowe’en 2021 will be a lot better. And what better way to look forward to it than with a nice count down? I have put together a list of 12 upcoming scary publications – one for each month until the next Hallowee’en! Genres included range from mystery to horror. I tried to focus on releases by UK Indie publishers, but eventually had to concede to across the pond publications.

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Blog Tour Organisation

Hi all!

I am organising a blog tour for my upcoming MA Project, ‘Devil’s Lettuce’, and I am looking for blogs and bookstagrams to participate! I have a wide range of options for participation in.

The tour will run from August 25th – August 31st, kicking off right here!

Devil’s Lettuce is an anthology of poems, short stories, and stream of consciousness writings written whilst under the influence of THC.

A formal ‘press release’ of the publication will follow soon!

If you’re interested in participating in the blog tour, please fill out the Google Form:

https://forms.gle/WsejZ8Qno8VeyZqv5

I can’t wait to start working with you all!

book review; Lucky Bunny

Lucky Bunny, Jill Dawson

This was my first lock down read!

‘Lucky Bunny’ by Jill Dawson.

A little about the book, via goodreads:

The story of vivacious and endearing thief Queenie Dove, a Moll Flanders for World War II Britain. Brilliantly recreating mid-twentieth century London, from the bustling streets to the seamy underworld, from the Depression Era through the Blitz and into the 1950s, Lucky Bunny entangles readers in the adventurous life of a truly captivating anti-heroine, a self-proclaimed genius in the art of survival. Before the Krays, there was Queenie Dove… and readers will never forget her.

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