Blog Tour: Accidental Damage by Alice May (@emmamitchellfpr; @AliceMay_Author)

I am delighted to be joining the blog tour for Accidental Damage by Alice May. I have a guest post to share with you in a moment about Alice’s road to publication, but first of all, here is what the book’s about.

CoverThe Official Book Blurb

If you think the normal school run on a Monday is entertaining you should try doing it from a tent in your back garden surrounded by the jumbled up contents of your entire home. It is vastly more diverting.

Our heroine has survived the sudden collapse of her home – or has she?

Certain events two and a half years ago led her to deliberately destroy an important piece of herself, hiding away all remaining evidence that it ever existed. What happens when she decides to go looking for it?

Does she really deserve to be whole again?

Inspired by a true story, this is an account of one woman’s secret guilt and her journey in search of forgiveness! Continue reading “Blog Tour: Accidental Damage by Alice May (@emmamitchellfpr; @AliceMay_Author)”

‘Flawed’ by Caroline Ahern – Nobody’s Perfect

I would like to thank Net Galley and the publisher, Harper Collins UK, Children’s, for my copy of ‘Flawed’ by Cecilia Ahern in exchange for my review.

I am not going to lie – I am a good few years past the age of YA and I’m not entirely sure I ever was one when I was of age. And maybe therein lies the reason for my mixed feelings about this book. I am not sure if I loved it or hated it. If I was intrigued or frustrated by it. Perhaps that in itself is a good reason why this book will likely be a real success.
Continue reading “‘Flawed’ by Caroline Ahern – Nobody’s Perfect”