Thursday, 7 November 2019

#BlogTour Round Up!

What a fantastic Blog Tour!

Once again, I'm really impressed with Rachel of Rachel's Random Resources blog tours. The tour for After Whorl: Bran Reborn is now officially finished and the last posts and reviews are now in- and fabulous they've been!

Here's the gist of the ones from the second half of the 7-day tour (If you can halve 7!)

Click the links below to see the full reviews of After Whorl: Bran Reborn because these lovely bloggers have a lot more to say about their favourite elements! 

From Chelle of Curled Up with a Good Book  

"...Again, this is well researched and I loved that it gives you an insight into Britannia when the Romans were here and the tribes were fighting for their land and livelihood.  It’s an area of history that truly fascinates me.  And I love that the Druids are in here!
As with the last book, I now can’t wait to read Book 3 to see what pans out!..." 

"Another thing I also enjoy is how we get to view the Roman forces from the outside perspective. We all read about them in school but then we viewed them from a different angle. The way Jardine has managed to make the Roman so «foreign» to her readers is really amusing to witness. I think this is one of the things that really kept me engaged whilst reading this story. That, and that you, of course, get the feeling that you really want to root for team Brigante! Who wants those filthy Romans on their lands? We sure don’t want them! There are also some elements of from a spy novel here."

"...I can keep on gushing to you on how much I loved and enjoyed this amazing sequel so much, that I actually read this book in one sitting I couldn't put this book down at all I had to finish reading this book in one day.  Ohh my what an emotional ride was reading After Whorl: Bran Reborn was for me...."

My thanks to all of the reviewers and those who featured my writing during this tour - you are all a joy to work with and to have experience of. I wish you lots of happy reading.

Massive thanks, again,  to Rachel Gilbey for organising the event- you're a star.  


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