Tag: Blog Tour

Guest Post: Q&A with Anna Caltabianco, author of The Seventh Miss Hatfield

Posted July 21, 2014 by Charlotte in Blog Tour, Guest Post / 0 Comments
Guest Post: Q&A with Anna Caltabianco, author of The Seventh Miss Hatfield

Today I am delighted to be part of the Blog Tour for The Seventh Miss Hatfield by Anna Caltabiano. And today I have a Q&A with Anna Caltabiano. I enjoyed reading The Seventh Miss Hatfield (see my review), the debut novel of seventeen year old Anna Caltabiano and I look forward to future novels by Anna as she progresses. Don’t forget to visit other blog stops along the tour for other great content. Q&A with Anna Caltabiano: Tell us a bit about yourself and your book – The Seventh Miss Hatfield 🙂 I was born in colonial Hong Kong to a Japanese mother and an Italian-American father, before moving to Silicon Valley in California. Due to this, Japanese was my first language. I now live in a multi-national tech culture, which probably influences my writing more than I know. The Seventh Miss Hatfield explores a series of firsts–first love, first loss, and the first realization that memories are fragile. When a drop from the Fountain of Youth turns 11 year-old Cynthia immortal, she is forced to take on a new identity as Miss Rebecca Hatfield—the seventh Miss […]

Guest Post: ‘My top 5 shopping spots in London’ from Nicola Doherty, author of If I Could Turn Back Time

Posted April 19, 2014 by Charlotte in Blog Tour, Guest Post / 0 Comments
Guest Post: ‘My top 5 shopping spots in London’ from Nicola Doherty, author of If I Could Turn Back Time

Today I am delighted to be part of the Blog Tour for If I Could Turn Back Time by Nicola Doherty. And as part of it Nicola is going to share her Top 5 Shopping Spots in London. I loved reading If I Could Turn Back Time (see my review) and highly recommend it for all you Chick-lit fans out there! Don’t forget to visit other blog stops along the tour for other great content. Below Nicola shares her top 5 shopping spots in London. My top 5 shopping spots in London None of these are clothes shops. This is partly because you don’t need to know about my favourite clothes shops which are the same as loads of other people’s (Whistles, Mango, Ted Baker, Gap) and partly because these days I often prefer to shop online, at Atterley Road, Shopbop and Asos. I also love Nougat: terrible website, great knitwear and dresses. I find clothes shopping stressful at times: I get confused between liking the top and thinking I should like it because the assistant was nice and says it suits me and […]