BookTour

Book Tour | All the wrong places by Joy Fielding

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Ad – review. I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes and all thoughts are my own]

Today I'm involved in the book tour for All the wrong places by Joy Fielding .

Joy Fielding is the author of the New York Times bestsellers StillLife, Charley's Web, Heartstopper, See Jane Run, and other acclaimed novels. She divides her time between Toronto and Palm Beach, Florida.


About the book:

You always know who you're meeting online . . . don't you?


Four women decide to explore online dating, downloading an app that promises they will swipe their way to love and happiness.


But not everyone is who they seem online. Hidden behind a perfect smile and charming humour, one man appears to be the perfect date. But the night he has planned is unlike any other.


The clock is ticking, and for one woman, this date might just be her last . . .




All the wrong places is my first read by Joy Fielding and I was gripped.  A serial killer hunts for female victims via dating apps. From the start of the book you know what happens and the rest of story is what led up to that moment as well as after. 

All the wrong places is told via different characters view points including the killer who uses the name Mr Right Now on dating sites. 

I loved the mother/ daughter relationship between Paige and her mum Joan. All of the characters in the book are very varied and it was interesting reading about them in different perspectives. Paige's rivalry with her cousin Heather was also enjoyable and totally understandable too.

I didn't see the ending coming at all but I actually was happy with how it turned out.
I'll definitely be checking out more of Joy Fieldings books in the future.

Bumper List Of Christmas Films

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I love curling up under a blanket with a hot chocolate and watching Christmas films. I thought I'd do a bumper list of Christmas films. Some which are oldies, some new ones and even ones you  can find on either Netflix or Amazon Prime. This way you have a list of films you can binge watch this festive season.



  1. Home Alone 
  2. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 
  3. The Santa Clause
  4. The Polar Express 
  5. How The Grinch Stole Christmas 
  6. The Grinch (2018)
  7. Love Actually 
  8. The Holiday
  9. Miracle on 34th Street 
  10. A Christmas Carol
  11. Elf
  12. The Nightmare Before Christmas 
  13. National Lampoons Christmas Vacation 
  14. Christmas with the kranks
  15. Jingle all the way
  16. Mickey's A Christmas carol
  17. Deck the halls
  18. Jack Frost
  19. A Charlie Brown Christmas 
  20. Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas 
  21. The Santa Clause 2
  22. Arthur Christmas 
  23. The Christmas Chronicles 
  24. The Muppets Christmas Carol
  25. Bad Santa
  26. The Man who invented Christmas 
  27. Klaus
  28. A Christmas Prince
  29. A Christmas Prince 2 : A Royal wedding 
  30. A Christmas Prince 3: The Royal Bsby
  31. A Bad Moms Christmas 
  32. Nativity
  33. Nativity 2
  34. Nativity 3
  35. Nativity 4
  36.  Crown for Christmas 
  37. Home for Christmas 
  38. The Christmas Lodge
  39. Scrooge
  40. A royal winter
  41. The Knight Before Christmas 
  42. Christmas Inheritance 
  43. Holiday Rush
  44. The Holiday Calandar
  45. The Christmas Trap
  46. Get Santa 
  47. Angel Of Christmas 
  48. 48 Christmas Wishes 
  49. Angela's Christmas 
  50. The Littlest Reindeer 
  51. Holiday in the wild
  52. A Cinderella  story: Christmas wish

BookTour

Book Tour| A portrait of death

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Ad – review. I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes and all thoughts are my own]

Today I am excited to be part of the book tour for A Portrait Of Death by Rhen Garland.

Rhen Garland lives in Somerset, England with her music writing, folk-singing husband, approximately 4000 books, an equal number of ancient movies, and a large collection of passive-aggressive Tomtes.

She enjoys the countryside, peace, and Prosecco, and the works of Ngaio Marsh, Glady Mitchell, John Dickson Carr/Carter Dickson, Agatha Christie and Terry Pratchett.




In the quiet English village of Marmis Parva, a weekend house party is organised by a society hostess and all the top names are invited.

But this is no ordinary party.

Two men are savagely murdered during the course of the first evening and a young man, presumed dead, returns home after two years imprisonment in South Africa bringing with him proof of treason.

Detective Chief Inspector Elliott Caine’s long-awaited holiday in the Lake District is cancelled as he is brought in to investigate the peculiar nature of the murders. More bodies are discovered and Elliott has to manoeuvre between high society, Government protocols, and the heinous nature of the crimes if he and his old friend Detective Sergeant Abernathy Thorne, are to catch the sadistic killer, and the traitor lurking amongst them.

When Caine’s past comes back to haunt him, will his judgement be too clouded to focus on solving the crime?

Will the Boer spy’s identity be uncovered before they can flee?





Potential Trigger Warnings: There’s an attempted sexual assault. There is also threat, and fear, but none of the killings go into excruciating detail.

I loved this murder mystery and was full on gripped from the start right til the end. I'm excited for the other books in the series to be released. 

A Portrait Of Death is a murder mystery set in the Victorian era. There are lots of plot twists and Rhen has such beautifully descriptive passages within this book she is certainly a writer to watch out for as this was an amazing written debut novel.

You can purchase A Portrait Of Death over on Amazon.