Merry Christmas and thank you to all who have made my 2018 a fabulous year of reading, reviewing, and blogging. Best wishes and enjoy the day!
A Very Murderous Christmas... About the Book: We wish you a very murderous Christmas... The Christmas season is one of comfort and joy, sparkling lights and steam rising from cups of mulled wine at frosty carol services. A season of goodwill to all men, as families and friends come together to forget their differences and … Continue reading Christmas Feature: A Very Murderous Christmas edited by Cecily Gayford
Mr Dickens and His Carol... About the Book: Charles Dickens should be looking forward to Christmas. But when his latest book, Martin Chuzzlewit, is a flop, his publishers give him an ultimatum. Either he writes a Christmas book in a month or they will call in his debts and he could lose everything. Dickens has … Continue reading Christmas Feature: Mr Dickens and His Carol by Samantha Silva
Looking for a non-Christmassy story that is infused with the spirit of Christmas to read this Christmas? My little Elf has just the pick for you. It’s lucky I read an advanced copy, because he's not letting this one go! And by the way, that first sentence is all Elf, he's yet to master the … Continue reading Christmas Feature: One Day in December by Josie Silver
The Cosy Christmas Teashop... About: From sleigh bells to wedding bells . . . After a rocky start, Ellie Hall baked her way into everyone’s hearts at Claverham Castle – even the miserly Lord Henry was won over – and the run-down teashop regained its old sparkle. Now Ellie has upgraded cupcakes for fairy tale … Continue reading Quick Shots Book Review: The Cosy Christmas Teashop (The Cosy Teashop #2) by Caroline Roberts
I'd like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and hope your festive break is filled with everything that makes this time of year special for you. Thank you so much for your support throughout the year -- all of the likes, comments and shares -- I appreciate it immensely. I'll be … Continue reading Merry Christmas!