Engage At Dawn Book Tour
The sea can be a lonely place to survive. Not if your a military, bad-ass team out to succeed your mission who encounters Alien life! There is never a dull day at the office. Find out how Ben and his team did in Love Books Tour’s Engage At Dawn Book Tour!
Hochsmann guarantees an action packed, dramatic and intense novel following Coast Guard Officer, Ben Wyporek and his team. This novel was so good that we can see it becoming a Stephen Spielberg movie in the future! It’s not the first time we’ve come across this, like in Anthrax Island by Danny Marshall, where there are… Read more “Book Tour: Engage At Dawn by Edward Hochsmann”
Yes, the devil really does wear prada.. The High Moments is about a young woman called Scarlett. Her relationship with her mother is tricky. She is bored of the “same scenes” her home town, Topsham, has to offer her but she shares fun moments with her best friend Billie at the bar, mocking students. There… Read more “Review: The High Moments By Sara-Ellis Ozbek”
BOOK TOUR & BOOK REVIEW we’re heading back to school with our first book tour featuring jack sheffield! Overflowing with amusing anecdotes Daily Mail Wry observation and heartwarming Alan titchmarsh Jack Sheffield’s in a class of his own york press It’s 1969 at Heather Field View Primary School, Yorkshire. In a room full of twenty-nine… Read more “Back To School By Back Sheffield”
Author of Daisy Jones & The Six or The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo (TSHOEH) released The Evidence Of an Affair for free on Amazon (Prime members only). Book Pub Review had never read any of her books despite hearing alot about TSHOEH. Much to our surprise, after picking it up after some time from… Read more “Review: Evidence Of An Affair By Taylor Jenkins Reid”
book of the year alert!! Queenie was voted as British Book Of The Year beating acclaimed writers like Margaret Attwood and Lisa Taddeo. Although Candice Carty-Williams was “proud” of the moment, she was “sad” to hear that she was the only black and female author to have ever won it. We agree that it was… Read more “Review: Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams”
Northern crime author of A Wash Of Black teases us with near miss ‘aha’ moments in his debut ‘whodunit’ storyline.. King Of The North aka Chris McDonald has conquered the North with his debut novel called A Wash Of Black. We hope you like this triumph status, Chris! We call him this because he seems… Read more “Review: A Wash Of Black by Chris McDonald”
Th Novel of Scandal, Lies, Money, Power, Fedelity and Royalty.. Wife After Wife was written by Olivia Hayfield. However, you may know her as pseudonym Sue Copsey who is author of the children’s literature Spine-Tinglers series. Her new novel under her pen name Hayfield was released in January (US) and June (UK), published by Berkley… Read more “Review: Wife After Wife by Olivia Hayfield”
Book Pub Review’s First Month #bookpubbing Yes, that’s an extra B for the typo when your trying to type drunk. ‘Bookpubbing’ is a trend we have made for you where you have your book and a drink, preferably in a bar situated venue but in this day and age; It’s difficult. We made Book Pub… Read more “June 2020 Wrap Up”
S Gives Herself No Mercy For Her Mistakes Or Being Too ‘Basic’.. Just for note, we are a huge fan of most Bravo/E! television shows like Vanderpump Rules, RHONY, Very Cavalleri, RHOA and KUWTK ect. Over the years that Stassi had grown on you, mostly through the last few seasons on Pump Rules when she… Read more “Review: Next Level Basic by Stassi Schroeder”
take your taste buds around the world knowing your helping the planet Kamikatz, Japan Small town of Kamikatsu, Japan, is making a statement of its own with an award winning, zero-emissions Kamikatz Public House, built entirely out of recycled waste. The design by the architects Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP has won the WAN Sustainable Buildings Award 2016 not… Read more “Earth’s Most Sustainable Bars”
What if James Patterson and Greta Thunberg wrote a book together? The Undercurrent is an exact example of what their book could look like but it is safe to say that Burnett has told their story for them, raising the bar by one thousand percent. “I hadn’t really thought about the similarities between Yulia and… Read more “Review: The Undercurrent by Michael Burnett”
take a look how these eco activists and influencers convinced bookpub to believe cli-fi can change the world. This month is all about the theme of Climate Change. It may sound as though some people can be a little annoying when talking about this subject but it is mainly about the ways people influence it… Read more “Eco-Friendly Influencers You Need To Know”
Bookpub’s top Cli-Fi novels that’ll open your mind about Climate Change! The Doors of Eden by Adrian Tchaikovsky This is not released until 20.08.2020. However, BookPub managed to get an ARC. Lee’s best friend went missing on Bodmin Moor, four years ago. She and Mal were chasing rumours of monsters when they found something all… Read more “Cli-Fi Novels You Need To Read”
Claire & Ruth give us insight on planning, lockdown and the key to a good novel.. BPR wants to introduce you to Left Bank Books, an independent book store based St. Lois, Missouri. The store was set up by Washington University graduates in 1969 and stands as the oldest bookstore in St Louis. The aims… Read more “At The Bar With: Clare MacKintosh & Ruth Ware”
Imagine going to school and never coming back home, only to find your not far from home.. Holly Overton, author of The Runaway, has written for ABC Family, CBS and Lifetime. Her release Babydoll was voted a Sunday Times Best Seller (2016). Babydoll is based on a girl (Lily Riser) who was abducted by her… Read more “Review: Babydoll by Hollie Overton”
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