Top Secrets of Book Blogging with LV Hay

This post originally appeared on ‘Befriend A Book Blogger’ with author Rebecca Bradley. Read the original post, HERE. 1) How long have you been book blogging and what prompted you to start? I only started book blogging in January 2016. I’d been reviewing books for about a year by this point on Goodreads and Amazon,…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Rebecca Whitney

1) So, who are you & what have you written? Hello, I’m Rebecca Whitney, and my debut novel The Liar’s Chair was published January 2015, by Mantle/Pan Macmillan. You can find it here. The Liar’s Chair is a standalone psychological thriller, and I’m currently working on my second book, another standalone in the same genre….

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My Top 4 Reads of 2016

As long-time readers of this blog know, I often theme and categorise my reads – but in this case, to be one of my top reads for this year, a book *just* (!) had to: i) Stick in my mind plot-wise ii) Have a character I really empathised with for some reason Now, I read…

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BOOK LOVE: My Crime Fiction Faves, ‘In Deep’

And for the final instalment of my crime fiction faves, here’s my PERSONAL favourite type of story: a female protagonist, up against it: a crime is committed, pulling our characters into a cat and mouse game and/or down a rabbit-hole of skullduggery. 1) Into The Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes (stalking / domestic abuse/ OCD)….

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BEST OF 3: Enigmatic Female Leads

Whilst filmmakers and movie audiences seem to be locked in a battle regarding strong female characters, it seems Crime Fiction have got us covered with some GREAT enigmatic female leads! Just chew on these for size — and if you haven’t read them? DO! 1) TUESDAY FALLING by S. Williams Look anywhere in the book…

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