Author: Sarah Nisbet

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Go To Sleep! – Marion Adams

Go To Sleep! is an enchanting and beautifully crafted children’s picture book from Devon-based poet and author Marion Adams and the talented illustrator Sarah-Leigh Wills. It tells the story of Tansy, an adorable young sheep who forgets how to sleep one night and finds herself wide awake while the rest of her flock sleep soundly around her.  As her frustration grows, she turns to her mother and then her sister for help, but their semi-conscious suggestions fail to work, so it falls to the wise old barn owl to offer a suggestion: why doesn’t she try counting sheep? So Tansy...

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Nazi Saboteurs on the Bayou

Nazi Saboteurs on the Bayou – Steven Burgauer

New Orleans might seem an unexpected location for a thriller set in World War II, but in Nazi Saboteurs on the Bayou we discover that the city is home not only to a boat-building company vital to the Allies, but also to German-American Nazi sympathizers: a volatile combination. However, the wider implications of the events that ensue cause ripples throughout the US and UK military, as well as within the New Orleans branch of the Mafia and beyond. Although the book depicts a number of real-life characters, the statement at the start of the book seems to imply that...

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Cinema Lumière – Hattie Holden Edmonds (BLOG TOUR FEATURE)

If I had been on holiday when I read this book, I would have consumed it in one sitting, no problem. Hattie Holden Edmonds successfully draws in the reader from the start and from there Cinema Lumière develops into an intelligent and satisfying novel: it’s light (but not fluffy), lively, and populated with interesting, convincing characters. Hannah, the main character, is a features writer for a health magazine and lives in a flat in London with her recalcitrant and utterly lovable dog, Nellie. Hannah is likeable and funny, with quirks and baggage galore; as the story unfolds, we find...

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Book reviews

Book review websites – why every indie author needs them

If you’re an indie author with at least one book under your belt, you’ll be aware of the importance of book reviews. It becomes painfully obvious to every indie author very quickly. I’d also wager that the first word that pops into your head when you think of book reviews is probably ‘Amazon‘. This is understandable and justified – Amazon reviews are among the most influential factors determining book sales for self-publishing authors. This is because self-publishing authors are largely ignored by the mainstream press, so the only way for you to stand out is to get as many...

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