Welcome to February’s monthly round-up.
The most popular post in February was Choc Lit’s The Wispa It blog tour for Evonne Wareham’s Never Coming Home. My review will be up on the blog on Wednesday, it’s a four-fairy rating from me – a keeper! If you’ve read Never Coming Home or intend to read it, you’re welcome to add your review link on Wednesday to the comment section. Although the paperback edition is published the day after on 8th March you can purchase the Kindle edition now (£1.99).
I blogged reviews for nine books and out of those, four were ‘keepers’ for me:
All the Single Ladies by Jane Costello
Hidden by local author Shalini Boland
I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella
The Book of Summers by Emylia Hall
There are three most popular this month with readers:
Secret Squirrel caused a stir this month 🙂 She shared some fab news … If you missed the posts, you can still read them.
Shaz’ Stars featured four authors this month: Linn B Halton, Patricia Sands, Vickie Adair and Dorothy Bush. Check out my Shaz’ Stars page if you missed them.
Coming up in March
Monday 5th March, Jera’s Jamboree is proud to be kicking off Choc Lit‘s Easter Bunny Blog Tour… an exciting and humorous post from author Kate Johnson in celebration of the publication of Run Rabbit Run (the fifth novel in her Sophie Green’s mysteries). Does it include chocolate? You bet it does 🙂
Friday 16th March, Jera’s Jamboree is taking part in the blog tour for publication of debut author Alica K Leppert‘s Emerald City published by Cedar Fort Publishing. You will be able to read my review and enter the giveaway to win an e-copy for yourself.
Books up for review in March are:
The Book of Lost Fragrances: A Novel of Suspense (Reincarnationist) by MJ Rose
Never Coming Home by debut author Evonne Wareham
The Unlikely Pilgrimage Of Harold Fry by debut author Rachel Joyce
Emerald City by debut author Alicia K Leppert
Tom-All-Alone’s by Lynn Shepherd
Without a Mask: Discovering Your Authentic Self by Avikal Costantino
Sisters of Glass by Stephanie Hemphill
The Sugar Girls: Tales of Hardship, Love and Happiness in Tate & Lyle’s East End by Duncan Barrett
so once again I’m really fortunate to be able to read a mix of genres, a spiritual book and a fictional book 🙂
I really appreciate the support of my book blogger community, authors and publishers. Thank you for keeping Jera’s Jamboree alive!
Hope March is a positive and uplifting time for everyone.