The Dark Place by Stephanie Rogers #BookReview #BlogTour

When you look at those you love, what do you see?

When Issy, young mother and beloved daughter, seemingly kills herself her family is devastated.

Believing she would never leave son Noah willingly, Jon and Mel determine to discover what really happened to Issy. As they and the rest of the family struggle to come to terms with tragedy, Jon and Mel start to realise Issy’s secrets come from a very dark place…

It's my pleasure to be hosting the blog tour for The Dark Place by Stephanie Rogers today. Many thanks to the author, Manatee Books and Tracy Fenton for inviting me and for my digital copy of the novel.

The opening chapter of The Dark Place briefly introduces the reader to Issy as she returns home following her first year at university. We learn very little about her here, other than she is the mother of a young son, Noah who is cared for by her parents and she seems to struggle to know how to relate to him. The moment when her life comes to a sudden and violent end is a shocking …

The Prole Soldier by Oliver Tidy #CoverReveal

I'm delighted to be taking part in the cover reveal for The Prole Soldier today. Having previously written crime and thriller novels, Oliver Tidy has turned his hand to dystopian fiction for his latest book. Here's the description,

The Prole Soldier is set in a dystopian near future

Theo lives and works in the Blue Zone of Rainbow City.

He is almost sixteen at which age he will begin four years conscription – military or mines. He wants neither. He hates his life and despises the cruelty, injustice and inequality that prevails.

When the opportunity arises for Theo to be involved in the fight for change he grabs it, knowing that failure will cost him everything.

I love the sound of this book and am really looking forward to reading it for the blog tour later this month. The Prole Soldier is available to pre-order now from Amazon UK or Amazon US and will be auto-delivered to your Kindle on Publication Day - 20th February 2018.



It's such an eye-catching design and make me even more intrigued to see what Oliver Tidy has in store for us! Don't forget to follow the blog tour, you can read my review on 22nd February. Details of all the stops are below.


Many thanks to Caroline Vincent of Bits About Books for inviting me to take part in this cover reveal today.

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