Saturday, 21 June 2014

Choc Lit Treats

Hello Hayley here! As you can see I've recently reviewed a few cracking stories from Choc Lit Books. If you've never heard of them then go check them out right now by clicking here!

I have discovered a number of awesome authors, Jane Lovering, Liz Harris, Angela Britnell to name a few and there are sooo many more to add to that list. I still have Sue Moorcroft and Kathryn Freeman to devour shortly my to be read pile currently hates me. OOOPS!

What I truly love about Choc Lit and their authors is that they're like one big family helping each other out. Some people get the misconception that authors need to be competitive. That's not true, and Choc Lit prove that. Just look at the awesome authors who have commented on my A Western Heart review for Liz Harris and the number of RTs on Twitter has been insane.

Not only have they published some fab books they also have a cracking treat each Friday. I think you're all sick of hearing about how much I adore Jane Lovering well last Friday saw the fourth and final update on her short story Ghosts, which was truly Jane at her best yet again. An intriguing, sad and wonderful tale. There was also The Reject Table by Angela Britnell I think that was one of our Bank Holiday treats. A love able and oh so real tale. The Promise By Henriette Gyland was a gripping prequel to The Highwayman's Daughter which I have on my to be read pile after attending Choc Lit's gorgeous event earlier this year. That is just a taster of the awesome Choc Lit books go check them out you really will not be disappointed.

Here are just a few of the Choc Lit titles I still have on my to be read pile...


Jane Lovering's awesome Falling Apart review should follow this post...keep ya eyes peeled...


12 comments:

Sue Moorcroft said...

I hope that you enjoy my stuff when you read it, Hayley. :-) I look forward to finding out.

Sue

Liz Harris said...

Thank you so much for that super review you gave A Western Heart, Hayley. I was thrilled with it. I hope you enjoy A Bargain Struck as much when you come to read it. :-)

Rhoda Baxter said...

I love the Choc Lit treats! It cheers up my Fridays.
Also, you're right about the family atmosphere at Choc Lit. I've never met a more supportive bunch of people.

Dark Readers said...

Sue and Liz Thank you. I will update you guys as and when. Just like when I spam Jane's feed when I'm reading lol. Rhoda it's true I have had the pleasure of meeting a few of these ladies and that night they were also very supportive of each other. It's lovely to see. Hayley x

angela britnell said...

You were very kind about 'Sugar and Spice' so I hope you enjoy 'What Happens in Nashville' when it reaches the top of the pile :) There are certainly many talented authors here at Choc Lit.

Jane Lovering said...

I don't in the least mind you 'spamming my feed' Hayley! Spam away. Mmm, spam... <wanders off to look for sandwiches.

Isabella Connor said...

Lovely post, Hayley, and glad you're enjoying a Choc Lit fest.

Liv Thomas

Dark Readers said...

Angela and Jane you both know I'm huge fans of you guys. Although the Tennis and Football have got in the way of my reading a little. Thanks Liv I really am.

Beverley Eikli aka Beverley Oakley said...

I think Choc Lit Treats are such fun! It's a great way to get a taster of a writer's writing and their book. I've thoroughly enjoyed many of the Choc Lit books mentioned today.

Dark Readers said...

Thank you Beverley I look forward to reading something from you. Any suggestions?

Kirsty Ferry said...

What a lovely post! Yes, the Chocliteers are a lovely bunch of people, definitely :-)

Dark Readers said...

Thank you Kirsty. Jane's Falling Apart will be up next.

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