‘An Ideal Aisling…’

Hi guys, Today I am on the blog tour for Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen’s new book, The Importance of being Aisling. I was on the tour for the first book, Oh My God What A Complete Aisling! And I am so excited to be reviewing the next installment! Blurb You can take the small-town girl…

‘A Christmas Catastrophe…’

Evening all! I am pleased to announce I am starting the blog tour for The Luckiest Thirteen by Brian W. Lavery, courtesy of Random Things Blog Tours creator, Anne Carter. Blurb A true-life drama of an intense battle for survival on the high seas. The Luckiest Thirteen is the story of an incredible two-day battle…

‘A helping hand…’

Hi all! Today I am on another Random Things Blog Tour organised by the utterly amazing Anne Carter. Today’s book is Good Samaritans by Will Carver. Blurb One crossed wire, three dead bodies and six bottles of bleach Seth Beauman can’t sleep. He stays up late, calling strangers from his phonebook, hoping to make a…

‘Should you wake a sleeping Dragon..?’

Good morning all! I have a great book to review for you today, The Old Dragon’s Head by Justin Newland… Blurb Constructed of stone and packed earth, the Great Wall of 10,000 li protects China’s northern borders from the threat of Mongol incursion. The wall is also home to a supernatural beast: the Old Dragon….

‘As free as a caged bird…’

Good morning all, I am on another Random Things blog tour today! And The Swans Began To Sing by Thora Karitas Arnadottir is out January 10th 2019! Blurb Gudbjorg Thorisdottir is born into a happy Icelandic family in 1952, the second child of loving parents and followed by three further siblings. They live upstairs in…

‘A message from the Gods…’

Hi everybody! Another super blog tour for you! Today I am reviewing The Genes of Isis by Justin Newland as part of random things blog tours headed by the wonderful Anne Carter. Blurb The Genes of Isis is a speculative account of the genesis of today’s human race, aka homo sapiens sapiens. Akasha is a…

‘The good, the BAD, and the ugly…’

HEY! So, I am eager to share with my review of the second instalment of Chloe Esposito’s trilogy, BAD as part of the novel’s official blog tour! Blurb Alvie Knightly is back . . . and she’s hungover. When Alvie discovers that her hit man boyfriend has driven off with the Lamborghini and two million…

‘my brain feels like pasta…’

Hi everyone! I am very honoured to give my review for Sarah Tyley’s debut novel, Spaghetti Head, as part of the official blog tour! Blurb Journalist Nell Greene is intelligent, beautiful and quirky – but a failure at relationships, thanks to her untrusting and disruptive inner voice. She has received The Award, and refusing to…

‘Riches do not grow on trees, or do they?…’

Hello everyone! I have some exciting news, I am on the blog tour for The Pagoda Tree by Claire Scobie, organised by the wonderful Anne Carter from Random Things Blog Tours! Blurb Tanjore, 1765. Young Maya plays among the towering granite temples of this ancient city in the heart of southern India. Like her mother…

‘I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling (blogging) two!’

Happy birthday Books Beyond The Story! It’s my 2nd blogaversary! Yippee! I wanted to take this opportunity in thanking every single one of my followers, I wouldn’t be here without you! Thank you to everyone who has liked, shared, and promoted my blog! I really appreciate it! As part of my blogaversary, I will be…

‘Hmm, now you come to mention it…’

Hi everyone! I am super excited to be on the blog tour for Estelle Maskame’s newest novel, Just Don’t Mention It, book 4 in the Did I Mention I Love You? series. Blurb Tyler Bruce – hell raiser and bad boy – tells his story in his own words. Alternating between past and present, Just Don’t…

‘Double, double, toil and trouble…’

Hi everyone! I am super excited to be on the official blog tour for Chloe Esposito’s novel, Mad, the first in the Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know trilogy. Blurb Alvie Knightly is a trainwreck: aimless, haphazard, and pretty much constantly drunk. Alvie’s existence is made even more futile in contrast to that of her…