Chris Callaghan, The Great Chocoplot and a few children’s books gems!

Hello everyone, Today I have the pleasure to welcome Chris Callaghan, author of the recently released “The Great Chocoplot”. Pretty scary story if you ask me :). In anycase a world without chocolate, which is th premise of this great children’s novel would pretty much be the end of the world for me too…and I…

Book Review: “Under The Udala Trees” by Chinelo Okparanta

Seeing love through the eyes of a child. As I look back on this novel, the intensity of first love and its innocence is what comes through the most. At the tender age of 11, Ijeoma’s childhood is cut short. Soon abandonment becomes all but a too familiar constant in her life. Abandonment from Nigeria,…

LaChouett features on The Big Book Project

Hello everyone, The team @bookprojectblog has kindly invited me to guest post which is a first for me ,so I was of course happy to oblige. In this post I reminisce on my blogging beginnings so feel free to check it out here While you’re there feel free to browse 😁. LaChouett

My tour stop on “The Shadow Queen” tour! Discover C.J. Redwine.

  Hello everyone, I would like to welcome C.J. Redwine author of the recently released “The Shadow Queen” to Chouett.com. I was really interested in interviewing C.J. simply because I had heard of a previous writings however I am yet to read her so I felt this would be a nice opportunity to discover her…

LaChouett stop on “The Teacher” blog tour by Katerina Diamond

Hello everyone, Today I will be your host on “The Teacher” blog tour, with the 3rd part of a 10 episodes short story written by Katerina Diamond (aka @TheVenomousPen).  However before we get to that part, let me introduce to “The Teacher”, Katerina’s recently released debut thriller. Liked we you’ve read so far!!! Here’s an extract…

Best of London Pavement Signs

Originally posted on Critical Dispatches:
John Cleese once said that his Three Laws of Comedy were 1. No puns, 2. No puns, and 3. No puns. This nugget of wisdom, however, has not been adopted by the shop owners of the Greater London area. Their signs almost invariably contain a pun in some form or…

Book Review: “The Girl In The Ice” by Robert Bryndza

You could say that Robert Bryndza is my security blanket. Robert is my go to guy when I feel blue. Albeit a different blue than on “The Girl In The Ice” cover and If you have had the opportunity to meet Coco Pinchard in his previous writings then you will know exactly what I mean….

Woop woop!! My stop on the “Defender Of The Realm” tour

Hello everyone, So today I have a guest post from authors Mark Huckerby and Nick Ostler who have just had their first book of the “Defender Of The Realm” series released.  I was absolutely intrigued by the blurb as I attempted to imagine Prince William and Prince Harry as superheroes, with having to deal with…

LaChouett meets Tosin Coker author of the “Heaven’s War” saga

Hello everyone, Today I have the pleasure to welcome Tosin Coker to Chouett. And as far as the UK science fiction litterary scene is concerned Tosin Coker seems to be the female ambassador for Science Fiction writing by BAME authors in her own words :” in 2007 she penned her first novel, unwittingly becoming the first…