Monthly Archives: November 2021

A date for your diary – the Holiday Book Ball hosted by HarperCollins Canada online #HarperPresents #FreeEvent

On December 12th 2021 I’ll be joining Georgia Toffolo (Meet Me In London), Jean Meltzer (The Matzah Ball), Sarah Morgan (The Christmas Escape) for the HarperCollins Holiday Book Ball.

Image of the Holiday Book Ball poster

This free, online event will begin at 2pm ET/7pm UK and include author chat, quiz and audience Q&A.

Click here for more information and free registration

We’d love you to come along! Santa hats and tiaras optional.

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Under the Mistletoe – Sue Moorcroft

A lovely review of Under the Mistletoe from Kelly T’s Space. 😊♥️

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Christmas. A time for family, friends – and rekindling old frames…

When Laurel returns to the village of Middledip, she’s looking for a quiet life. Adjusting to her recent divorce, she’s ready to spend some time getting back on her feet amidst the glorious snow-dusted countryside.

Yet, life in Middledip is far from straightforward. Coming to the aid of her sister, Rea, as she navigates her own troubles, Laurel barely has a moment to think about where her life is going.

However, time stands still when she sees her old flame, Grady – and it’s soon as if they’ve never been apart. But through her happiness, Laurel remembers why she left the village all those years ago, as she recall a dark night and Grady’s once-wayward brother, Mac…

Can Laurel learn to forgive and forget? Or will her chances of Christmas under the mistletoe with Grady remain a dream?

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A date for your diary – Meet the Author #FreeEvent

I’m looking forward to doing an ‘in real life’ event in Kenilworth, Warwickshire on Wednesday. The fab business network Socially Shared is hosting a Meet the Author event in the newly refurbished Priory Theatre.

Meet the Author event image giving details.

All the attending authors will have books on sale and will be happy to sign them, but you’re equally welcome even if you just want to come for a chat and a cuppa, as refreshments will be on sale for a small charge.

Click here for event information, including parking

This shopping, social and networking event will bring together authors, readers, and local businesses.

Best of all…entry is free!

We hope to see you there – and remember, books make great Christmas presents and are easy to wrap.

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Moving read, involving many sensitive issues – Under the Mistletoe by Sue Moorcroft – beautiful!

I do believe this is my first ever review in rhyme! Grateful thanks to Splashes into Books.

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My Review:

When family dramas cause Laurel to return home again She never expected her old feelings about there to remain. There are memories that are great but others are sad As traumatic experiences made her leave and still feel bad. However, time has passed so can she now Put all the bad memories into the past somehow? Will they still drive her away? Can she work out how to stay? This story has so many sensitive issues involved They're handled with care but not all can be resolved. Agoraphobia, assault, bullying, blackmail and more play their part In this delightful story, with love at its heart. Teen pranks have impacts on many folks for years Some are forgotten but others end in fears and tears. The perpetrators usually don't realise their impact at the time Or the fact that they're actually committing a crime. There are fantastic characters brought…

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Under the Mistletoe by Sue Moorcroft

Linda's Book Bag

As you know, I’m trying to cut back on blog tours but I simply couldn’t resist this latest one for Sue Moorcroft’s Under the Mistletoe. You’ll realise how much I enjoy Sue’s writing when I share other Linda’s Book Bag posts with and about her below! I’d like to thank the Romantic Novelist Association’s Media Star of the Year, Rachel of Rachel’s Random Resources, for inviting me to participate and Avon Books for sending me a copy of Under the Mistletoe in return for an honest review.

Before I share that review, here are the other times Sue has featured. Just click on the titles to read more:

My review of Under the Italian Sun

My review of Summer on a Sunny Island

My review of Let It Snow

Discussing One Summer in Italy

An interview with Sue Moorcroft

A guest post from Sue on over-sharing and my review…

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Sue Moorcroft is my #AuthorInTheFestiveSpotlight today – Underneath the Mistletoe – @suemoorcroft @AvonBooksUK

Thanks to Joanne of Portobello Book Blog for hosting me on her blog. She’s done such a lovely job of putting me in her author spotlight that I wanted to reblog it on my own blog, too.

Portobello Book Blog

Welcome to a brand new feature on my blog. From now until Christmas, I’ll be sharing two posts a week featuring authors who have Christmas or wintry, seasonal books out this year. They’ll be telling us a bit about their books and answering some fun Christmas questions. I’m delighted that the first author joining me is one of my favourites, Sue Moorcroft. Sue’s latest book is out now and I’ll be reviewing it next week.

Sue in Sweden in December

First of all, would you tell my blog readers a little about yourself?

I write two books a year for Avon HarperCollins. This year there were actually three, as I revised my very first book and that came out, too. I’m also published in many other countries. I was an army kid, born in Germany and brought up for several years in Cyprus and Malta, but I’ve lived in Northamptonshire…

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