Ooh, I really must get my act together and update my blog more regularly! It's just not good enough! I don't know what I've been doing all this time.
I won't bore you with too much about me, as, if you fancied a little look, you can pop over to my website HERE where I talk endlessly about my writerly goings on.
I will mention, quickly, that my second psychological thriller TELL THE TRUTH is now out there, and can be downloaded for just 99p HERE. And HER LAST LIE is still raising lots of money for Cancer Research UK!
But now I thought I'd share eight books I've loved in 2018 - there have been lots more, so it was hard picking just a handful, but I've given it a go. And as a fan of psychological thrillers, you'll see a bit of a theme going on.
This is me, dipping my toe in as a book blogger, and at the moment I don't claim to be a great reviewer, so I've only posted covers and titles, and saying I loved them. I'm hoping to get a bit braver in the new year, and put on a few book reviews - so watch this space!
If you decide to give any of the books a whirl, I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
I hope you all have a brilliant Christmas & a very happy and healthy 2019. X
He will find you by Diane Jeffrey.
Her Name Was Rose by Claire Allan
The Doll House by Phoebe Morgan
The Party by Lisa Hall
Watching You by Lisa Jewell
The Cafe at Seashell Cove by Karen Clarke
The Date by Louise Jensen