Staying in with Peter Taylor-Gooby

I hosted a fantastic guest post from Peter Taylor-Gooby here on Linda’s Book Bag about why he writes dystopian fiction when The Baby Auction was published and having reviewed Peter’s Ardent Justice here, I’m thrilled to welcome Peter back to tell me about his latest book, Blood Ties. Staying in with Peter Taylor-Gooby Welcome back […]

Dreaming of Italy by T. A. Williams

I can’t believe T.A. Williams has come to the end of his Dreaming of… series with Dreaming of Italy. I’ve so enjoyed reading these books and was delighted when Rachel of Rachel’s Random Resources invited me to participate in the blog blitz for Dreaming of Italy. I have my review to share today. T.A. or Trevor, has […]

Staying in with Matthew Ross

My enormous thanks to Dylan (get well soon) and Sean at Red Dog Press for inviting me to participate in today’s blog tour. I’m thrilled to welcome one of their authors, Matthew Ross, to stay in with me and chat about his new book. Staying in with Matthew Ross Welcome to Linda’s Book Bag Matthew, and […]

Naked in Death by J.D. Robb

It’s a long time since I last read Nora Roberts which was when I reviewed Come Sundown here on the blog. I have never read J.D. Robb before so when I realised Naked in Death was by Nora Roberts writing as J.D. Robb I thought I’d give it a go! Published by Little Brown imprint Piatkus, […]

Michael and the Pirates by Vincent Connor

With lockdown, home schooling and difficult times, I’m trying to feature some books here on Linda’s Book Bag that I think might appeal to families and children as well as support independently published authors and the big publishing houses. With that in mind, I’d like to thank Vincent Connor for sending me a copy of […]

Evie in the Jungle by Matt Haig

My enormous thanks to Levi at Books 2 Door for sending me a copy of Evie in the Jungle by Matt Haig in return for an honest review. Evie in the Jungle was one of the 2020 World Book Day stories and is published by Canongate. You can see my reviews of other children’s books […]