Are you a book reviewer? Do you want to be? Or do you just love books?
It gives me great pleasure to offer review copies of two fantastic books.
As you may know, as well as interviewing authors, I also review books. But, due to time constraints, I’m unable to take on as many review books as I’d like.
This makes me immensely sad.
But, due to my PR work, I’m delighted to be able to offer review copies of books to other reviewers. Currently up for grabs are copies of Vivian’s Couch by Michael Obiora, and The Gift of Charms by Julia Suzuki.
Vivian’s Couch by Michael Obiora
About the author
Born in north-west London to Nigerian parents, Obiora is a sports and fitness enthusiast, as well as a keen Arsenal fan. He spent a lot of his childhood in drama groups, before landing roles in hit many TV series. He first starred in Grange Hill, playing Maz Abassi for five years, before moving on to other popular programmes, including Doctors, The Bill, Holby City, Casualty, Doctor Who and Hotel Babylon.
Obiora has also spent time on stage, starring in the play Fallout at the Royal Court Theatre, and Badnuff at The Soho Theatre. When he was 18, he started a seven-month run in the award-winning play Elmina’s Kitchen at the Garrick Theatre. Obiora was shortlisted as Best Newcomer for his performance.
About the book
Freddie Abani is the MP for Woundham, who was touted as London’s potential first black Mayor – until the summer riots.
Rupal Advani is a former policewoman and is now a marijuana addict.
Gemma and her struggling filmmaker husband Pete Newman, are trying to save their marriage.
Vivian Moses is a therapist, and they all have her in common.
Available in PDF or mobi.
The Gift of Charms by Julia Suzuki
About the author
Julia Suzuki grew up in Staffordshire, listening to the magical sounds of fair rides and animals from a theme park across the stream at the bottom of her garden. Through working with a Disney licensing company and working with entrepreneur David Lloyd in an international resorts business, Julia visited many beautiful places, inspiring the setting for her literature. Her love of reading, of nature and of the outdoors fed her colourful imagination and inspired her to become an author.
About the book
Widely praised debut author Julia Suzuki brings us a beautifully enticing children’s fantasy novel, perfect for readers of any age.
In a secret land, far away from the habitation of man, dwell the world’s remaining dragons, hoping the dragsaur beasts have vanished forever. Here they try to go about their busy daily lives, but all is not well and their talents are fading. Things change, however, when, from a strange egg, Yoshiko is born – a dragon with a unique destiny. Great adventure lies ahead for him, as many challenges must be overcome, leading to a dangerous mission to the human world in attempt to return to the clans their missing magic! Can Yoshiko make it in time?
Available in PDF or paperback.
Please be aware that these copies are available for review purposes only. Giveaways may occur on this blog, but the above authors would really appreciate an honest review in return for a free copy. Fair’s fair!