Yesterday (Monday 1st):
- Susan (@susanhampson57 on Twitter) said, “I love how these short stories came about with a prompt that opens up a whole world of possibilities for so many avenues to venture down. Not only did I enjoy the author’s stories I gave thought to a few myself too…” Read the full review at: https://booksfromdusktilldawn.blog/2019/07/01/the-fifty-5pm-fictions-collection-by-morgen-bailey-morgenwriteruk-botbspublicity-blogtour-bookreview-shortstorycollection.
- Kerry (@cats_herding) said, “Morgen Bailey is fast becoming one of my favourite authors whether I fancy a brilliant rom-com or or something a little more sinister she is proving that there are no end to her talents. Recently I have been swamped with work, kids and reading for tours and as much as I love it and I’m not complaining, it was a welcome break to dip in and out of these entertaining and thought provoking stories.” Read the full review at https://likeherdingcatsblog.wordpress.com/2019/07/01/the-fifty-5pm-fictions-collection-by-morgen-bailey-blog-tour.
- Lesley (@lelbudge) said, “Each of these 250 short stories are the result of Morgen Bailey’s a-prompt-a-day. Some are only a few lines long and others a couple of paragraphs or a little more, but all can be read in a few minutes.” Read the full review at https://orlando-books.blog/2019/07/02/the-fifty-at-5pm-collections-by-morgen-bailey-book-review.
- Caroline (@thedivinewrite1) said, “The stories cover such a wide range of topics and the collection really showcases what a good writer Morgen Bailey is.” Read the full review at https://thedivinewrite.wordpress.com/2019/07/02/the-fifty-5pm-fictions-collection
And you can purchase the eBook or paperback currently from Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com etc. (soon to be also available at all other outlets!). And my thanks, as always, goes to Sarah Hardy at Book on the Bright Side @BOTBSPublicity.