Sunday Connection – What Has Been Happening This week? #Blogging #SundayBlogShare

Here’s a chance to catch up with books we’ve been reviewing this week.


Monday: I reviewed cold war drama The Leipzig affair by Fiona Rintoul


Tuesday: Noelle reviewed historical mystery A Tincture Of Secrets And Lies by William Savage


Wednesday: Judith reviewed thriller novella My sweet Friend by H.A Leuschel


Thursday: I reviewed romance Resolutions by Carol Warham


Friday: Teri reviewed horror Ghosts Of Manor House by Matt Powers


Saturday: Brittany reviewed children’s fiction Muffy & Valor by Karl Beckstrand

Discussion postWhat must it be like for the family of a monster killer? The Obsession by Nora Roberts

Book Twins PostIf You Liked The Wizard Of Oz, You Might Like Ruby Slips And Poker Chips By Heather Kindt

Plus links to interesting posts from the blogosphere

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Laura asks, What makes a good villain?

Do you want more visibility for your blog? Susie has some great tips.

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Shruti wrote an entertaining satirical piece on the problems some authors have writing about the opposite sex.

Chris has tips For Giveaways On Goodreads

Do you enjoy books that feature book shops?


#BookTwins If You Liked The Wizard Of Oz, You Might Like Ruby Slips And Poker Chips By Heather Kindt

“If you read … you’ll like …”

When you’ve read a book, do you sometimes find yourself thinking “oh, that really reminds me of *insert name of another book*”?

Welcome to a new feature, in which my team and I make reading suggestions based on your favourites, be they classics, or newer best sellers.  Our recommendations consider not just genre, but writing style, plot—and that ‘feel’ you can’t quite put your finger on.

If You Liked ….The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz by L Frank Baum,  You Might Like…. Ruby Slips And Poker Chips by Heather Kindt

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a classic children’s book, film and musical. Most readers will know something about the tale and the characters.

Heather Kindt has put together a romantic comedy and modern-day version of the story. The main character is still called Dorothy Gale, but is now often known as Dottie. The delight, for me, when reading this book, was spotting all the obvious, and sometimes almost hidden, parallel teasers.

Our modern Dottie is a teacher in a small town in Kansas, she might not own a dog, but her favourite band it Toto! While driving to a teacher’s conference, Dottie is asked to pick up a couple of other teachers; Mr Fields and Mr Lyons but what about a Tin Man?

If you want a little fun in your reading then check out Dottie and see just what happened when a tornado blew through the small town of Quandary, Kansas

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