As the Sun Breaks Through by Ellie Dean #BookReview #BlogTour

Cliffehaven, June 1944

As the planes continue to circle over Cliffehaven, Peggy Reilly’s sister Doris must seek refuge after a V-1 blast destroys her home. Rita, Sarah and the other residents at Beach View Boarding House quickly find their peace disturbed and it’s not long before even Peggy loses her patience. But with more bad news to come, will Doris finally be forced to swallow her pride?
Meanwhile Peggy’s father-in-law Ron Reilly is delighted when his sweetheart Rosie returns home. Until a heart-breaking confession suggests things may never be the same between them.
With loved ones scattered far and wide across the globe, and tensions running high, the end of the war feels somehow further than ever. And yet with the long-awaited Allied invasion in sight, a glimmer of light is starting to break through...

I'm delighted to be hosting the first stop on the blog tour for As the Sun Breaks Through by Ellie Dean today. Many thanks to the author and Becky McCarthy from Penguin Random Ho…

#BlogTours coming up on Hair Past A Freckle this Autumn




I can't believe it's September already, the six weeks of the school summer holidays have flown by again. This year only two of my daughters have that back to school feeling as my eldest has finished, she collected her A-Level results in August - and is now officially smarter than me! I'll be starting my new job as a 1:1 teaching assistant and cover TA on Monday so my reading hours may be curtailed a little but I'm still looking forward to reading and reviewing plenty of books this coming Autumn. I thought some of you might like a sneak peek at some of the blog tours I already have planned for September and October.

September
That old September feeling, left over from school days, of summer passing, vacation nearly done, obligations gathering, books and football in the air ... Another fall, another turned page: there was something of jubilee in that annual autumnal beginning, as if last year's mistakes had been wiped clean by summer.  
Wallace Stegner, Angle of Repose





September 4th - Hide and Seek by Richard Parker (Bookouture)
September 8th - Robert B. Parker's Debt to Pay by Reed Farrel Coleman (No Exit Press)
September 18th - The Daughter by Billy McLaughlin
September 21st - The Frozen Woman by Jon Michelet (No Exit Press)
September 24th - Maria in the Moon by Louise Beech (Orenda Books)
September 28th - House of Spines by Michael J. Malone (Orenda Books)
September 29th - Kisses from Nimbus by P.J 'Red' Riley (Clink Street Publishing)

October
I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers. 
L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables



October 2nd - The Book of Forgotten Authors by Christopher Fowler (Riverrun/Quercus)
October 6th - Fatal Masquerade by Vivian Conroy (HQ Digital)
October 12th - The Man Who Died by Antti Tuomainen (Orenda Books)
October 16th - The Watcher by Monika Jephcott Thomas (Clink Street Publishing)
October 25th - Snare by Lilja Sigurdard√≥ttir (Orenda Books)
October 27th  - Rocco and the Nightingale (Dome Press)

I'm really looking forward to all these blog tours, I'll be reviewing all the books and will also have a couple of guest posts and an extract - plus a GIVEAWAY copy of Maria in the Moon by Louise Beech, so don't miss that!

Obviously I'll still be reading and reviewing books outside of the blog tours too, don't forget to subscribe to this blog or follow me using the various buttons in the sidebar on the home page and find me on Twitter as @karlou. Thank you so much to all the publishers, authors and blog tour organisers who have invited me onto their tours.

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