#FridayReads: Take Me to the Shore

Happy weekend! This week’s #FridayReads are romance, mysteries, and thrillers to pack in your beach bag as you head to the shore.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Take Me to the Shore”

Thursday Book Review: “Sinker”

This week’s featured book takes you to a world where Sink, or binge drinking, is a professional sport. Sinker by Jason Johnson is the funny, thrilling story of Baker Forley, professional Sink player. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Sinker””

Thursday Book Review: “Bright Shiny Things”

This week’s review is one of the most anticipated titles on our Summer list! Bright Shiny Things, newly released from Allison & Busby, is a timely thrilled set in London’s East End and the shady, underground world of radical Islamic recruitment. Keep reading to see what reviewers have said about this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Bright Shiny Things””

#FridayReads: Mystery & Thriller

Happy Friday! It’s rainy here in the Northeast, so we’ll be staying in all weekend and curling up with some of our favorite mysteries & thrillers. Keep reading to check them out.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Mystery & Thriller”

#FridayReads: Liberties Press

Happy Friday! This weekend, we’re reading books from Liberties Press, one of Ireland’s leading independent publishers. Keep reading to see a bit of their wide-ranging collection.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Liberties Press”

Thursday Book Review: “Cheating the Hangman”

For all you mystery & thriller lovers, don’t miss this week’s featured book: Cheating the Hangman by Judith Cutler. See what readers have said about this Tobias Campion series novel!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Cheating the Hangman””

Thursday Book Review: “The Bones of It”

October is the perfect time of year for reading haunting mysteries and psychological thrillers. The Bones of It by Kelly Creighton, from Liberties Press, is a psychological crime thriller set in present day County Down, Northern Ireland. Keep reading to see what reviewers think and learn more about this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Bones of It””

Happy Birthday Choc Lit!

One of our wonderful publishers, Choc Lit, turns 7 today! To celebrate, we’re giving our readers 35% off ALL Choc Lit books, today only! Don’t miss your chance to claim this offer. Just apply the code CHOCLIT7 to your shopping cart at checkout.

To see our full selection of Choc Lit books, click here.

If you find yourself overwhelmed by all the amazing options, here are a few suggestions to get you started: Continue reading “Happy Birthday Choc Lit!”

Writing or Cage Fighting?

Check out this fantastic article from the author of Dublin Seven, Frankie Gaffney, about what it takes to be a writer. Definitely worth a read whether you’re looking to become a writer yourself, or just interested in how an author does it.

View the original article on writing.ie here.

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Thursday Book Review: “Every Secret Thing” by Susanna Kearsley

Today’s featured book review is one I’ve read and immensely enjoyed. Every Secret Thing by bestselling author Susanna Kearsley was originally published under the name Emma Cole, but this Allison & Busby reprint uses the author’s real name. If you’re familiar with Susanna Kearsley novels, this is definitely a departure from her usual historical/sometimes paranormal romance style, in that it is a suspense-based thriller, with romantic elements, set during both World War II and the present. It’s a wonderful story and I highly recommend it – but don’t take my word for it. Check out this review!

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