#Bookreview Ouija by Zoe Lee O’ Farrell @zooloo2008

What they say:

The only thing for certain is the deaths were no accident.

Rayner High School once a prestigious school stands in ruins after such a terrible event.

A year later, a group of friends return to the abandoned school and their nightmare begins.

Something wants to get out and won’t take NO for an answer…

Ouija is Book 2 in a new series brought to you by Question Mark Horror. For fans of Point Horror, Christopher Pike & Nicholas Pine.

Check out Book 1 – Camp Death by Jim Ody

The Review: There are a number of things that send me straight to a book. The first is when you know someone who is a prolific book blogger/ reviewer/ avid reader has written a book, the next is when you know they share similar tastes to you, and then you hear that the aim of their new book is to cater for people who are a fan of a certain series of books; a series that you absolutely lived for. This book was going to tick all of these boxes!

When I was a teenager I lived for Point Horror books. I hounded the librarian for them, bought them with any spare money I had, asked for presents of them until I had a pretty impressive collection (I thought all of them but now I think of it possibly not!) Fast forward to now, and when I hear there is a new series that aims to cater for this generation I jumped to review, even though I was a little terrified because, hello, it’s Zoe from Zooloo’s book tours, and what if you don’t like her book?

I needn’t have worried, this book did indeed transport me back to my teenage years, in absolute cinematic form, as I followed a group who were about to face something big, in a high school (jumps about excitedly!). There were surprises and shocks and some nice little nods to what shouldn’t be done in these situations, as well as trying to figure out what was going to happen. The twist had me remembering what the genre was, as I literally thought ‘no, no, that can’t have happened’ then remembered anything goes really! The characters were fab and I was totally with them in the school which was the perfect setting. Beyond recommended and one I’ll be handing over to my thirteen nearly fourteen year old to try!

Definitely achieved what it set out to and a series I’ll be pressing on so many people! Fantastic!

Rating: 5/5

#BookReview The Abandoned House by Karen Hollis @KarenLNHollis

What they say: Rebecca is at the lowest point of her life and nowhere near where she had expected to be as she approaches her 41st birthday. So when her friend Max rings her up to tell her about their small group of urban explorers, Rebecca is eager to know more. He takes her to look round The Grand House in Tileby, Lincolnshire – an abandoned house where the former owners’ furniture and possessions are still present.

While Max is interested in photographing the house for his upcoming exhibition, Rebecca feels something else is happening which only she can see and hear. It seems the house has secrets to tell. Will Rebecca be the one to hear them?

The Review: I first came across the author, the lovely Karen Hollis, in a chick lit group and was intrigued that she had this, a horror book, out. I intended to read at Halloween, but then we had KindleGate (as I said before, the very dramatic name for me going without a Kindle;))

The Abandoned House is a dramatic, atmospheric read about Rebecca, who is feeling like her life let her down. I flew this novella, taken in by the story as Rebecca hears music in an old abandoned house, music that reminds her of her own aspirations when she was younger. Although innocent and easy going in places, there is also moments where this book can be a tough read as we find out what happened to the people in the house and I realised I’d forgotten what it was like to read horror! I enjoyed and would recommend for someone who would like to dabble in gothic type horror.

Rating: 4/5

Everything is Yours @AbigailYardimci (Life Is Yours Trilogy #3) #blogtour

What they say: A sassy, soulful novel about love, courage and the power of forgiveness (Life Is Yours Trilogy #3)
New Year’s Eve is in full swing. Jess and Lindy have met by chance and already they’re sharing a bottle of wine in a cosy Turkish restaurant. Lindy is hooked on a story Jess is telling, but midnight is coming and happy endings aren’t always guaranteed . . .

After Jess returns from the trip of a lifetime high on hope, ambition and new love, she’s ready to take on the world. She shuts down her business, cuts ties with her ex and announces to everyone the old her is gone.

But a violent encounter rocks her world and her past comes crashing back to haunt her. With a childhood demon to forgive, a long-distance relationship to navigate and that final layer of self-love to uncover, can Jess dig deep and put the final pieces in place before midnight comes knocking?


Everything Is Yours is the third and final book in the uplifting and inspirational Life Is Yours Trilogy.

If you enjoy heart-warming fiction with real soul, a touch of sass and a lot of adventure then you’ll love this book in Abigail Yardimci’s page-turning trilogy.

Buy Everything Is Yours to read Jess’s latest adventure today!

The Review: You’ll remember I gushed about Abi Yardimci’s first book, which I said was perfect for fans of Eat, pray, love, and which I declared to be so beautiful and mesmerising. Well, here and now, at book 3 of the series, I am in the same place, albeit after having gone through a wider rollercoaster of emotions.

Let me explain. So we return to meet Jess who is now firmly back on home territory, and who has decided to properly live, which means giving up something huge she had been a part of. I felt for her, in particular with the backlash she came up against, making me despise some of the people who I found didn’t think about others. All of this made me feel so much for Jess, who had to face childhood memories which again hit me with a force as I tutted over the people who failed to protect her. This made my heart fill with the beauty, the love, the journey that also took place, which made it a standout book I was honoured to read. If you are looking to be absolutely transported away this is a read yhat will stay with you! Thanks so much to the author for the book in return for an honest review and for allowing me to be part of the blog tour.

Rating:5/5

About the author

Abigail Yardimci is an author of feel-good contemporary fiction with a little bit of romance and a whole lot of soul. She enjoys creating down-to-earth characters and scratching the surface of her own everyday life to find the underlying magic that connects us all. Abigail is a Geordie girl living by the sea in Devon with her Turkish husband and two terrifying kids. She gets her kicks through mindful parenting styles, creative living and chocolate 

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#Publicationday #BookReview In This Foreign Land by Suzie Hull @SuzieHull1 @books_dash

What they say:

‘I beg of you this one thing – that if I should perish here, in this foreign land, that you will look after her.’


March, 1914.
When talented artist Isobel embarks on a journey to Egypt, it’s to reunite her best friend Alice with her husband, Wilfred – and to use the stunning sights of Cairo as inspiration for her own paintings.

A whirlwind romance was the last thing she expected, but when Isobel meets Wilfred’s handsome brother, Edward, neither can deny the strong connection between them – especially when unexpected tragedy strikes, leaving them all reeling.

Just as they get to grips with their grief, WW1 erupts, and the lovers are forced to separate. They promise to meet again in London. But when Edward is listed as ‘missing – presumed dead’ only weeks after landing in France, Isobel is devastated, unmarried and on the brink of ruin. She has only one way to save her honour… but it means betraying the love she holds so dear.

A heartrending and thrilling WW1 romance, In This Foreign Land is the stunning new debut from Suzie Hull, for fans of Kate Hewitt, Shirley Dickson and Kate Eastham.

The Review: We always begin these reviews by stating that I actually don’t read this genre a lot. There’s times I feel like I’m doing the author a disservice by saying this- as if telling their audience I can’t really judge the book. This is even more apparent in cases like this, where I adore a book so much and think about it for so long after reading! I read and devoured this book in small chunks as I wanted to truly savour it, knowing that from the off I was all in for the story of vibrant character Isobel, who is very much restrained by the norms of the time she’s living in. I fell for Isobel straight away and rooted for the journey she went on, including a physical journey that was so tangible it truly transported me away. I adored this book- the settings, the attention to vivid detail, the gorgeous romance. Very much recommended and one I’ll be shouting about! Thanks to the publisher for this book in return for an honest review. Rating: 5/5

Amazon  https://bit.ly/shfland 

 Kobo  https://bit.ly/2YKpo5p

About the author

Suzie Hull lives in Northern Ireland with her family and numerous rescue cats. She originally dreamt of being a ballet dancer, but instead trained as a Montessori Nursery teacher and has spent the last thirty years working with children. She has always had an enduring passion for history and books and since she came from a long line of creative women it was only a matter of time before she turned to writing her own. A member of the RNA, In This Foreign Land is her debut novel.

Connect with Suzie on social media:

Twitter @SuzieHull1  Insta @suziehull1  FB @suzie.hull.author

The Woman Who Felt Invisible #Excerpt @Lizzie_Chantree

There are some people you jump to when you hear they’ve a new book and Lizzie Chantree, author of some fab books (have read Babe Driven, Finding Gina and Ssh, It’s Our Secret) who has a great book group on Facebook and is always so helpful with her tips and advice, is one. I’m afraid I haven’t read it due to Kindlegate (dramatic name for me no longer having a kIndle;)), but it sounds and looks brilliant

What they say: The woman who felt invisible. 

An exciting, romantic story of love and new beginnings. Learning to love herself and be content on her own is the first step. But will Olivia be able to leave her past behind, follow her heart and find lasting happiness? A read full of humour, romance and tear-jerking reality, from international bestselling author, Lizzie Chantree. 

Have you ever felt invisible? 

Working as a stationery supervisor and a sitter to a pair of internet famous, delinquent dogs, wasn’t how former cyber-specialist, Olivia, imagined her life turning out. 

Working in a tiny cubicle with a decrepit computer and being overlooked had suited her for a while, but now she’s fed up, lonely and determined to make the world ‘see’ her again. 

Old school friend, Darius, wants to fill Olivia’s days with romance, but their love of technology has taken them on very different paths. 

Gorgeous undercover policeman Gabe, is steadfast in finding out if Olivia was part of an online scam, but something doesn’t feel right and he suspects someone else was manipulating her life. 

Can love blossom from the most deceptive of starts? And can someone who feels lost, find a way to flourish against all odds?

The Excerpt:

This was it. This was Olivia Tenby’s life, now. This was how low she had come. At the age of forty-one, she was sweating her guts out in a house that felt like a furnace, babysitting two delinquent Labradoodle dogs called Bertie and Belle, while their owners swanned around getting even richer somewhere else. Wiping her palms across her face, feeling glad she’d discarded her top so that she couldn’t drip on it, she pressed a button. Music blared out of speakers set into the ceiling. This house had everything – lights that came on when you spoke to them, a vacuum cleaner that tripped you over while it scurried along the floor of its own accord, and a fridge that dispensed perfectly shaped ice cubes into crystal glasses. 

Olivia looked around furtively for a moment, and then laughed and decided to go for it. Her job as dog sitter extraordinaire had begun two weeks ago. She’d been told to entertain the excitable animals in any way she could think of, as they were naughty and destroyed everything while the owners were out – which they always were. Olivia hadn’t even met them, which was baffling. They left her notes with instructions on how to stop the dogs eating the walls and making a mess of the thick pile carpets. She actually quite liked the job, it was as easy as walking in a straight line. Then she thought about how wobbly she always was after three vodka and cokes, and quickly pushed that picture aside. The dogs were bored and, although her job included giving the house a cursory swipe with a duster, it was always immaculate when she arrived. Something was a bit weird, though, as the place was incredibly hot. The dogs liked to slobber all over her, making her even hotter. So she’d taken to stripping off as soon as she sat down with the pooches, otherwise she’d probably pass out and be found weeks later, mummified in dog hair.

About the author

International bestselling author and award-winning inventor, Lizzie Chantree, started her own business at the age of 18 and became one of Fair Play London and The Patent Office’s British Female Inventors of the Year in 2000. She discovered her love of writing fiction when her children were little and now works as a business mentor and runs a popular networking hour on social media, where creatives can support to each other. She writes books full of friendship and laughter, that are about women with unusual and adventurous businesses, who are far stronger than they realise. She lives with her family on the coast in Essex. Visit her website at www.lizziechantree.com or follow her on Twitter @Lizzie_Chantree

Short bio: 

International bestselling author Lizzie Chantree, started her own business at the age of 18 and became one of Fair Play London and The Patent Office’s British Female Inventors of the Year. She writes books full of friendship and laughter, about women with unusual businesses, who are stronger than they realise. 

Books

Universal book buy link: The little ice cream shop

Universal book buy link: Networking for writers

Universal book buy link: If you love me, I’m yours

Universal book buy link: Ninja School Mum

Universal book buy link: Babe Driven: http://viewbook.at/BabeDriven

Universal book buy link: Love’s Child

Universal book buy link: Finding Gina

Universal book buy link: Shh… It’s Our Secret

Universal book buy link: The woman who felt invisible

Social media links

Website: www.lizziechantree.com

Author page: https://www.viewAuthor.at/LizzieChantree

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Lizzie_Chantree 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LizzieChantree/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7391757.Lizzie_Chantree

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BookBub: https://www.bookbub.com/profile/lizzie-chantree

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YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnCop-RlAcGqggZG3JfE-Mw

#Bookreview #Minireview The Perfect Christmas Gift by Katie Ginger @KatieGAuthor



Description

‘An enchanting Christmas treat’ Heidi Swain, Sunday Times bestselling author

Can neighbours become more than just good friends this Christmas?

Bella Moore is excitedly counting down the days to Christmas. That is until she arrives home one evening to find her boyfriend leaving her for another woman. Completely heartbroken, Bella is left wondering if Christmas can still be the same this year.

Next door, Bella’s neighbour Nick is facing his first Christmas as a single dad and doubting whether he can make it the magical time his son Freddie deserves.

Determined to fix both Christmas and their broken hearts, Bella comes up with an idea: a Christmas giving tree for the whole village, where the community can unite and secretly give each other the Christmas presents they truly need.

As Bella becomes chief elf, taking donations and delivering gifts with much-needed help from Nick and Freddie, the two neighbours grow closer and start seeing each other in a whole new light.

But when Nick’s estranged wife returns just before Christmas, is their budding romance over before it’s begun? Or will love be Nick and Bella’s perfect gift this Christmas?

A heart-warming hug in a novel – this is THE romcom you want to curl up with this Christmas!

The review: I only started reading Katie Ginger’s books in the last two years and was pretty much a fan from the off of the mix of descriptions that put you right there, coupled with lovely characters and nice spots of comedy. So colour me thrilled when I spotted this, not only was this a Christmas book by said author, but it had a giving tree? Best premise and idea for a Christmas book ever!!!

I was straight in there, knowing this would be feel good perfection, as it was, making me want to stay up late and get up early as I was so invested in this treat of a book. Definitely recommended for anyone looking for absolute feel good Christmas escapism!! Thanks so much to the publisher and Netgalley for the book in return for an honest review.

Beyond recommended,

Rating:5/5

#Coverreveal Everything is Yours by @AbigailYardimci #LifeisYours

Days late due to a very interesting (not great) week, here is the cover reveal for the stunning Abi Yardimci’s book, the third of the Life is Yours trilogy, Everything is Yours. Apologies to the author for being so late and the hugest blast of gratitude to her for being so lovely and understanding (And hi everyone, again, lovely to be back! Sits down and wiggles about to get comfy!)

Some time ago I attended an online talk on mindfulness, something I’d never fully paid heed to, from an author called Abi Yardimci, who I was lucky enough to be in a group with (nope, not a girl band, a writing group-yes, I can see how you’d have gotten that wrong;)). I was pretty shocked at how changed I was after it and went looking out her book, a fiction book based on real events, and was absolutely enthralled, sucked in from the off. That was the first of this series, the ‘Everything is Yours’ series, about a girl who suffers heartbreak and goes traveling to figure it all out. It was stunning-so beautiful with the best story and it also taught and inspired me so much on a huge range from foreign culture to journalling (I’d heard the phrase but didn’t have a clue).

What they say: Everything Is Yours by Abigail Yardımcı is the third book in the #LifeIsYoursTrilogy – a series of books that tells the story of how one woman unwittingly turns the grief and torment of heartbreak into the most magical year of her life.

TIME FOR MENDING HER HAPPY ENDING

New Year’s Eve is in full swing. Jess and Lindy have met by chance and already they’re sharing a bottle of wine in a cosy Turkish restaurant. Lindy is hooked on a story Jess is telling, but midnight is coming and happy endings aren’t always guaranteed . . .

After Jess returns from the trip of a lifetime high on hope, ambition and new love, she’s ready to take on the world. She shuts down her business,cuts ties with her ex and announces to everyone the old her is gone.But a violent encounter rocks her world and her past comes crashing back to haunt her. With a childhood demon to forgive, a long-distance relationship to navigate and that final layer of self-love to uncover, can Jess dig deep and put the final pieces in place before midnight comes knocking?

A sassy, soulful novel about love, courage and the power of forgiveness.

Everything Is Yours is the third and final book in the uplifting and inspirational Life Is Yours Trilogy.

If you enjoy heart-warming fiction with real soul, a touch of sass and a lot of adventure then you’ll love this book in Abigail Yardimci’s page-turning trilogy.

And a quick excerpt … “I got the feeling that neither of us wanted to say goodnight, worried that the charm of the evening would be shattered upon that very word. So instead I melted into his broad chest and allowed his arm to curl around my waist, his fingertips idly brushing the bare skin on my hip. I could feel his breath on top of my head and knew, without a doubt, that if I lifted my head that would be all he needed to kiss me.”

Available at: Amazon

Publisher: Soft Rebel Publishing

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABIGAIL YARDIMCI

Abigail Yardimci is an author of feel-good contemporary fiction with a little bit of romance and a whole lot of soul. She enjoys creating down-to-earth characters and scratching the surface of her own everyday life to find the underlying magic that connects us all. Abigail is a Geordie girl living by the sea in Devon with her Turkish husband and two terrifying kids. She gets her kicks through mindful parenting styles, creative living and chocolate

CONTACTING ABIGAIL
Email: info@abigailyardimci.com
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Well … there you go! Was great to see you all and definitely check out Abi’s book, I cannot tell you how amazing her first book was and actually, I am just at the beginning of the second and it is every bit as spell-binding. So, oh yes (yes, it was all about the suspense!!) here we go …

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(Jumps about excitedly). Now off you go … shoo! Go pre-order!! And while you’re at it get thee back to book number one and prepare to sit down and not move for hours (in a comfy, nice way)!

#BookReview Summer Nights and Pillow Fights by Beth Rain @BethRainAuthor

What they say: Eve Grey is divorced, the wrong side of forty and dreading her only son leaving for college in the autumn. Still, she has one last summer planned with him in Little Bamton, and she’s determined to make the most of it. At least, that’s the plan until Davy’s father rocks up and tempts him away with the promise of sun, sea and sand. Eve’s summer stretches away in front of her…

She’s alone for the first time in 18 years…
The house feels strangely empty…
And there’s something about the summer air that’s making her feel decidedly fidgety.

All it takes is one particularly rowdy book club session to set her on a new and exciting path!

Finn Casey is hoping his visit to Little Bamton might help him get over his writer’s block. It was his editor’s idea to take a painting course in an attempt to get inside his new hero’s head. Unfortunately, the village just provides him with a whole new set of distractions . . .

His quietly beautiful new art teacher . . .
The fact that his bedroom just happens to be right next to hers . . .
And his editor’s not helping matters by phoning every hour of the day (and night) asking for updates on the manuscript.

Will Eve open up enough to let new love in? Will Finn finally manage to step into his hero’s shoes and win the girl? Or is this particular love story doomed to remain unwritten?

A warm, summer read full of fun, romance and laughter! For fans of Holly Martin, Darcie Boleyn and TA Williams.

Summer Nights and Pillow Fights is the third standalone novella in the Little Bamton series

The review: I’d heard a lot (a lottttttt!!) about Beth Rain books in some of the book groups I’m in online and, given that I’m in a few with her, and she always seems so lovely and inspiring too, I decided it was time to sit down and enjoy one (I knew I’d enjoy it from all of the gushing!) Oh. My. Wordy. Word.

Another author to add to my list of ‘how in the hell have I not read this author’s books yet’ category!! It started with a scene that had me sobbing, with Eve, our lead, facing into an empty house as her son went off to college. What happened next had me settling down, ready to not be able to stop reading as I got myself ready for her art course (special mention here for all the charcoal, watercolour and woolen beauty!) .

And I was right!! With amazing friendships, the best premise to give a bit of drama and a cinematic rom com chase, fantastic banter, fun characters, beautiful romance, stunning vivid art scenes that depicted such gorgeous settings… let’s just say Beth Rain is sealed as an author I’ll be reading again. This is number 3 of a series but I hadn’t read the first two and it worked fine. Saying that I probably will read those books and I am WAITING for the next in the series!

Rating: 5/5

#Bookreview Bella’s Big Caribbean Adventure by Annabelle and Anne John-Ligali #publicationday #outnow! @AnneJohnLigali

I definitely don’t need to introduce these two ladies (as I would have told you, you would have met Anne with all of her fabulous spa books (chick lit perfection!) and Annabelle at Christmas time with her debut Lost in Christmas Wonderland  (check them ALL out!!)

School is out for the summer and Bella is off to St Vincent and the Grenadines with her mum Isabel, Granny Sylta, Iris, and Tommy. This is not just any holiday, because Bella and Iris are going to be bridesmaids at Clara’s wedding, her mum’s best friend.

When Bella and the rest of the family arrive at Clara’s plush villa in Cane Garden, she and Iris have the opportunity to view their dresses before the big day. The dresses are locked up in a wardrobe that is so old not only does it take ten minutes to open, but you can barely turn the lock.

But after a minor distraction, they miss the chance to view their dresses. Bella and Iris must now wait another week before they can see them. Feeling incredibly impatient, Bella sneaks the wardrobe key to finally have a peek at the dresses. But when a ball sails over the garden wall, the unexpected happens and one silly mistake changes everything and her Big Caribbean Adventure turns into something she could never have imagined.

Bella’s Big Caribbean Adventure is a story about the importance of patience, teamwork and never giving up.
Amazon UK
Also available on Kindle Unlimited

The Review: Apologies for the lateness of the review, I had committed to reading this with Aidan but (shock of shocks) ALL of the kids wanted to read this too which presented, um scheduling conflicts (they wouldn’t let me read when they weren’t all there)!!

This is such a fab book!!! From absolutely eating up the glorious descriptions of the settings from home to that of a very stunning villa which had not only the beauty and vibrancy and colour of holidays (we live in Ireland, remember!) but also the element of enchantment somehow with the wardrobe and the perfection of bringing us along with them on their chase.


I wish I could tell you more about said chase but I’ll just say that it is excellent and we definitely had the element of ‘but they can’t find it yet!’ Ten out of five and the authors are firmly sealed in this household. I’ve been told to tell that this is suitable for boys or girls and the adventure was something everyone will want to read!!
Rating: 10 out of 5 . Loved it!! I’ll say thanks to the fantastic author for the copy but we also bought and are buying the paperback (honestly that good!)

Annabelle is ten years old and lives in London. She enjoys playing with her brother, vlogging about books she’s read, and places she’s visited on her Annabelle Presents YouTube platform. 

She likes to bake cookies and especially Caribbean coconut fried bakes which are her favourites. Her favourite authors are Alesha Dixon, Serena Patel, Jaqueline Wilson, David Walliams, and Ben Miller. She also likes reading magazines; she is a subscriber of First News For Kids. 

You can connect with Annabelle here:

Instagram: @annabellepresents

Annabelle’s website, click here

Anne lives in London and is a mum of two. She studied graphic design at the University of Arts London. Before deciding to write fiction, she worked in the city of London as an I.T. administrator. Anne also writes women’s fiction and has written a three-part series. She is currently writing a 12-part short story series due for release in January 2022. 

You may connect with Anne here: Instagram: @anne_johnligali

Bella’s Big Caribbean Adventure by Annabelle and Anne John-Ligali #publicationday #outnow! @AnneJohnLigali

I am always so so excited to have either of these ladies on my blog (you would have met Anne with all of her fabulous spa books (chick lit perfection!) that totally got me excited for writing again and Annabelle at Christmas time with her fab debut Lost in Christmas Wonderland ) Now I’m not really here (ssh!) I’m just popping in to tell you about this and wish both a very very happy publication day and then later in the week I’ll be back to you with a review (am going to be reading it with Aidan, my 8 year old.)

School is out for the summer and Bella is off to St Vincent and the Grenadines with her mum Isabel, Granny Sylta, Iris, and Tommy. This is not just any holiday, because Bella and Iris are going to be bridesmaids at Clara’s wedding, her mum’s best friend.

When Bella and the rest of the family arrive at Clara’s plush villa in Cane Garden, she and Iris have the opportunity to view their dresses before the big day. The dresses are locked up in a wardrobe that is so old not only does it take ten minutes to open, but you can barely turn the lock.

But after a minor distraction, they miss the chance to view their dresses. Bella and Iris must now wait another week before they can see them. Feeling incredibly impatient, Bella sneaks the wardrobe key to finally have a peek at the dresses. But when a ball sails over the garden wall, the unexpected happens and one silly mistake changes everything and her Big Caribbean Adventure turns into something she could never have imagined.

Bella’s Big Caribbean Adventure is a story about the importance of patience, teamwork and never giving up.

Amazon UK

Also available on Kindle Unlimited

About the authors

Annabelle is ten years old and lives in London. She enjoys playing with her brother, vlogging about books she’s read, and places she’s visited on her Annabelle Presents YouTube platform. 

She likes to bake cookies and especially Caribbean coconut fried bakes which are her favourites. Her favourite authors are Alesha Dixon, Serena Patel, Jaqueline Wilson, David Walliams, and Ben Miller. She also likes reading magazines; she is a subscriber of First News For Kids. 

You can connect with Annabelle here:

Instagram: @annabellepresents

Annabelle’s website, click here

Anne lives in London and is a mum of two. She studied graphic design at the University of Arts London. Before deciding to write fiction, she worked in the city of London as an I.T. administrator. Anne also writes women’s fiction and has written a three-part series. She is currently writing a 12-part short story series due for release in January 2022. 

You may connect with Anne here: Instagram: @anne_johnligali