This month has been a very busy reading month for me. With a whole range of different genres, authors and publishers. With 25 books read and a guest post as I was unable to read a further book in time, I can say it has been my most busiest month as far as reading goes ever.
So to start with the Blog Tours, I was involved in.
Absolution by P.A.Davies | Scream Blue Murder by Tony. J, Forder | Dark Chapter by Winnie. M Li | The Mercury Travel Club by Helen Bridgett | Illusion by Stephanie Elmas | Into The Valley by Chris Clement-Green |
There were a number of different Blog Blitz tours as well.
Wormwood by Larry Enmon | The Dead Whisper by Emma Clapperton | Secrets & Fries at The Starlight Dinner by Helen Cox | Christmas at The Little Knitting Box by Helen. J. Rolfe | The Big Event by Anne John-Ligali
Books sent to me for my thoughts on them, or that I offered to read.
Dinner At The Happy Skeleton by Chris Chalmers | The Things We Learn When We’re Dead by Charlie Laidlaw | Living in Italy, The Real Deal by Stef Smulders | Hit The Road, Jac! by Jacqui Furneaux | Sweet Maple by Michelle Visser
NetGalley gave me a chance to start to read books aimed at children, as well as for my usual genres.
Mr Campions Abdication by Mike Ripley | The Price of Silence by Delores Gordon-Smith | Three Days a Life by Pierre Lemaitre | Hortense and the Shadow by O’Hara Sisters | The Deaths of December by Susi Holliday
Finally a few books from my TBR Pile.
Finally I received the most amazing Guest Post from Peter Bartram. Author of “Crampton of The Chronicle” mystery series. I have rad some of his books in the past, but I just could not squeeze another book into my reading schedule. His post about Ruth Ellis, who was the last woman to be hung in England, has a link into his new book. GuestPost by Peter Bartram.
A big ” Thank You” to everyone who has shared, tweeted and commented over the month. As well as a huge “Thank You” to the authors, tour organiser and publishers.
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