Guest Post: Lorelei Mathias

BREAK-UPS, THE CUTTING-ROOM FLOOR, AND THE WONDERS OF SELF-EDITING By Lorelei Mathias   Hello. Thanks for having me, Holly! Today I’m going to be introducing you all to two of the most essential rules of Break-Up Club, and then I’ll walk you through why they are so important…   #6 No Face-Stalking. Exes should be […]

Book Review: The Butterfly Summer by Harriet Evans

The Butterfly Summer by Harriet Evans Release Date: 19th May 2016 Publisher: Headline Buy: Paperback  Kindle Rating: What magic is this? You follow the hidden creek towards a long-forgotten house. They call it Keepsake, a place full of wonder … and danger. Locked inside the crumbling elegance of its walls lies the story of the […]

A peek inside Butterfly Summer: Discover Keepsake…

  Discover Keepsake… You pass through the arch with the fox and unicorn, Lionel’s and the Queen’s  crests combined.  The house is square,  low. You walk under the long, imposing loggia of  arches to the enormous wooden door – oak, long ago bleached white-grey. They say a baby elephant could fit through those doors – […]

Author Interview: Elaine Everest

I am thrilled to be joined by the wonderful Elaine Everest on Bookaholic Confessions today. Elaine’s latest novel, The Woolworths Girls, was released on the 5th May with Pan Macmillan and it’s one that I am very much looking forward to reading. I am fascinated by books set during the war years, so naturally I […]