Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Safkhet Soul Tour 4th – 8th November 2013

Safkhet Soul Tour 4th – 8th November 2013 

Come and join the fun! 
Blog tour dates 

4th November – Suzie Tullet joins Donna at http://donnasroomforreading.blogspot.co.uk/ 
4th November - Carol E Wyer joins JB at http://brookcottagebooks.blogspot.co.uk/ 
5th November – Suzie Tullett joins Josie at http://jaffareadstoo.blogspot.co.uk/ 
5th November – Carol E Wyer joins Sharon at http://jerasjamboree.com/ 
5th November – Carol E Wyer joins Jane at http://booketta.blogspot.co.uk/ 
6th November – Sheryl Browne joins Lisa at http://bookaddictedhousewife.blogspot.co.uk/ 
7th November – Lin Treadgold joins Lisa at http://bookalicious-traveladdict.blogspot.co.uk/ 
7th November Suzie Tullett joins Laura at http://lauraslittlebookblog.blogspot.co.uk/

Jaffareadstoo and Safkhet Publishing present
Suzie Tullett, Author of Little White Lies and Butterflies

What was your best ever job

I’ve had some pretty interesting jobs over the years but aside of being a writer, my best ever job has been being a mum. Of course, if you met my two sons you’d understand why. I couldn’t have asked for two nicer boys and naturally, I’m taking full credit.

If you could invite anybody for dinner, who would it be and what would you cook?

You’re probably going to think I’m really boring here, but I’d invite my friends and family. We’re dotted all over the place so it would be great for us to get together. Not that I’d be doing any of the cooking, I’d leave that to my youngest son. His roast beef in red wine gravy is to die for.

If you could spend the rest of your life with a fictional character, who would it be and why?

Any character played by Johnny Depp. As for why, does it really need an explanation?

Your desert island 5 books

Anything by Marion Keyes
Anything by Agatha Christie
Dead Run by Erica Spindler
The Last Anniversary by Liane Moriarty
The Ivy Chronicles by Karen Quinn

My Review of Little White Lies and Butterflies

Lydia Livingston is soon to turn thirty and whilst taking stock of her life she realises that she needs to get a grip on what she really wants for herself. She is always searching for a ‘Mr Right’ who never seems to come along and even though her family think she is over choosy, Lydia knows that there is someone worth waiting for. When she decides to travel to Greece, her life is about to take on a whole new meaning.

There was plenty about this romantic comedy which made me smile. Not just the beautiful Greek setting, which was glorious, but also in the story, which sees Lydia embarking on a whole new career as a chef in a Greek restaurant, the fact that she can’t cook, never dampens her enthusiasm, but it does bring a whole new set of problems, mainly with the mysterious Sam, who seems determined to turn Lydia’s world upside down.

This is a lovely light story which is perfectly readable either lounging on a sun bed by the side of a swimming pool, or as an escape from a dull and grey Autumnal afternoon.

Little White Lies and Butterflies is available now

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  1. Thanks for hosting me today, Jo and for the lovely review.

    It's great to know Little White Lies and Butterflies brought you plenty of smiles - your review has made me smile too x

    1. Hi Suzie - thanks for visiting and for giving me something to smile about on this rainy November morning !

  2. Thank you for taking part in this tour, Josie xxxx

    1. My pleasure Carol - thanks for inviting us :)

  3. Replies
    1. Welcome Julie and thanks for your kind comments :)

  4. Joining you from over at Dizzy C's place. Its always nice to find new blogs to visit and its great when you discover that they are British. Nice to meet you, I've enjoyed my visit.

    1. Hi Tracy - thanks for visiting my blog. Do come and see us again soon :)

  5. I love Little White Lies and Butterflies!!!

    1. Hi JB - I agree, it's a lovely story. Made me smile :)

  6. You're popping up everywhere this week, Suzie...Was just wondering why I hadn't read 'Anything' by Marion Keyes - until I realised that Agatha Christie had written a book with the same title :)

    1. What better way than to start a Friday than with a smile. Thank you, Guernsey Girl x

    2. Hi Guernsey Girl and Suzie - a smile is worth a thousand words :)

      Thanks for visiting my blog.

  7. Well done to all the winners - Clare, Booketta, Paulita K,Julie R...


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