Sister to a Star Blog Tour: Review and Guest Post

Hello everybody! Today, I’m very excited to be part of the blog tour for Eloise Smith’s debut Sister to a Star, which I read last week and really enjoyed. I have both my review and a guest post from Eloise to share with you, so let’s get onto the post!


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Grandpa Frank’s Great Big Blog Tour: Jenny Pearson’s Favourite Dogs in Fiction

Hello everybody! Today I’m super excited to be part of Grandpa Frank’s Great Big Blog Tour, in celebration of Jenny Pearson’s wonderful 3rd book. If you’d like to read my review, you can do that here, and now, over to Jenny with her post about her favourite fictional dogs!


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Rivals on the Track Blog Tour: Guest Post and Review

Hello everybody! Today, I’m so thrilled to be part of Annelise Gray’s blog tour for the second in her Circus Maximus series, with a guest post and my review. Onto the post!


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The Secrets Act Blog Tour: Guest Post and Review

Hello everybody! Today, I am thrilled to be part of another blog tour, this time for Alison Weatherby’s debut the Secrets Act, with both a guest post from the author and a review from me. Onto the post!


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Clementine Florentine Blog Tour: The Importance of Humorous Poetry by Tasha Harrison

Hello everybody! Today, I’m very excited to be part of Tasha Harrison’s blog tour for Clementine Florentine, with a guest post from the author about why she thinks funny poetry is essential; a sentiment I couldn’t agree with more. Onto the post!


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Guest Post: Why the End of the World is never The End of the World in YA fiction by Melissa Welliver

Hello everybody! Today, for my final post of 2021, I’m thrilled to welcome YA author Melissa Welliver with her guest piece on why she loves post-apocalyptic fiction, and which ones she’s most anticipating in 2022. I have to admit I am definitely someone who craves romance and comedy and feel good fiction, but I loved reading this post and I hope you do too! Over to Melissa!


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Guest Post: Christmas in Merlington by Richard Pickard

Hello everybody! Today, it is the final (official) day of a Golden Christmas, and we have 2021 debut author Richard Pickard here to tell us what Christmas is like in the setting of The Peculiar Tale of the Tentacle Boy. Onto the post!

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Guest Post: Queen Viella’s Christmas Speech by Chloë Perrin

Hello everybody! Today, I’m very excited to be welcoming Chloë Perrin, who wrote His Royal Hopeless, to share the queen in their book’s version of a Christmas speech. Onto the post!


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Guest Post: Explaining my Christmas Decorations by Jennifer Killick

Hello everybody! Today, we have another brilliant author here with a guest post, this time by Jennifer Killick. I’ve been reading Jennifer’s books since I started blogging in 2017 and I absolutely adore them, so it was such a pleasure to read and get to host this post about her Christmas tree. Onto the post!


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Guest Post: A Festive Short Story by Elle McNicoll

Hello everybody! Today, for a Golden Christmas day 17, I am unbelievably excited to be bringing you another short story, which was written by the wonderful Elle McNicoll, with characters you’re sure to recognise. I absolutely loved reading this when Elle sent it to me, and I hope you do too. Onto the post!


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