Friday Favourites :: 10 September

The favourite I’m sharing tonight is actually tonight – it’s Cosy Reading Night, hosted by the fabulous Lauren from Lauren and the Books! I’ve posted about Cosy Reading Night a few times before (I’ve been joining in since 2016!) – I just love it! I think a night dedicated to cosiness and reading is a […]

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Christmassy :: Gingerdead Man :: Maya Corrigan

This holiday season Bayport, Maryland, is a dead ringer for Victorian London. Val and her grandfather are taking part in the Dickens of a Holiday festival. Val is hosting a private tea party serving the festival’s costumed volunteers, who range from Dickens divas like Madame Defarge and Miss Havisham to Ebenezer Scrooge and old St. […]

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Review :: Dead-End Detective :: Amanda Flower

I’m a big fan of Hallmark’s various Mystery tv series (faves so far are Aurora Teagarden, Murder She Baked, and Crossword Mysteries, but there are so many others I haven’t watched yet!) so when I spotted one of their latest mystery books, Dead-End Detective by Amanda Flower, available on NetGalley I was keen to check […]

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Review :: A Christmas Wish and a Cranberry Kiss at the Cosy Kettle :: Liz Eeles

I’m keeping this one super short, because to be honest I don’t have a whole lot to say about A Christmas Wish and a Cranberry Kiss at the Cosy Kettle. Here’s the summary from Goodreads: Running from heartbreak, twenty-five-year-old Becca has moved to the cosy village of Honeyford. Living with her best friend Zac in […]

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Review :: It Won’t be Christmas Without You :: Beth Reekles

This week’s Christmassy NetGalley-athon book is It Won’t be Christmas Without You by Beth Reekles. Here’s the synopsis (from Goodreads)… Eloise, a self-confessed Christmas obsessive, can’t wait for the big day. Devoted to her Michael Bublé playlist, she’s organising the school nativity play and even her gorgeous Grinch of a neighbour, James, can’t get her […]

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Review :: ‘Twas the Knife Before Christmas :: Jacqueline Frost

Synopsis When a body turns up in a larger-than-life candy bowl filled with peppermints on the town square, Holly White is horrified to learn her best friend Caroline is the main suspect. Everyone in town, including Mistletoe, Maine’s sheriff, saw Caroline fighting with the victim on the night of his death. Worse, a custom kitchen […]

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