Wrap Up

#AndThatsAWrap – #SmallForgottenMoments by Annalisa Crawford @AnnalisaCrawF @VineLeavesPress #Blogtour #ZooloosBookTours #BookTour

Is Zenna a muse, a sleep-deprived apparition, or something much more sinister?

Suffering long-term amnesia, artist Jo Mckye is ready to start a fresh, new project after the success of her debut exhibition. But the fictional subject of the collection, Zenna, won’t let go so easily. Infiltrating Jo’s dreams—and increasingly, her waking hours—Zenna is fast becoming a dangerous obsession.

Jo is confident the answers lie at her childhood home, an idyllic Cornish village on the south-east coast; she just doesn’t know why. Only when she walks into the sea and almost drowns does the past start to unravel.

Haunting and melodic, fans of Daphne du Maurier and Daisy Johnson will adore this.

So in August, we went on an adventure, so did we find out if Zenna was just a muse for Jo, or something more sinister?

The tour kicked off today – 31st August

Review at library_of_lucyg (IG) “I found this book to be gripping but disturbing and unsettling, which added to my excitement and intriguation over this.

Review at Run Away Irish GirlThe whole way through this novel I was very intrigued about was this story going to turn supernatural at all and I was really excited to see where the author was going to take this story.

Review at Book Read 2day, “My mind boggled as I was turning the pages looking for clues as to who Zenna could be and why Jo named the girl in her painting Zenna.”

1st September

Confessions of a Bookaholic posted a spotlight about the book

Review at Sue Loves to ReadA Really good read. This was different. I liked Jo’s character. Spencer was good too. I liked the cover.

Review by prdg reads, “I knew I’d enjoy this, but I didn’t expect to love it as much as I did! I devoured it in a couple of hours, I almost couldn’t turn the pages quick enough everything was just perfect.

2nd September

b for bookreview puts Annalisa in the spotlight as we learn where she prefers to write, where we can find her when she is reading, how she picks the cover for her book and so much more…

Review by Booklymatters, “Atmospheric, dark, and incredibly compelling, the author has several clever twists up her sleeve as the plot unfolds, including a dramatic and satisfying ending.”

3rd September

Review by Sharon Beyond the Books, “An eerie and totally compelling read that seems to not just take over Jo’s life but the readers as well!

The Magic of Wor(l)ds puts Annalisa in the spotlight as we learn which fictional character she would have over for tea, her writing habits, some tips for novice writers and so much more

4th September

Review by Jessica BelmontThe disorientation, frustration, and growing fear could be felt coming through the pages. It was like I was experiencing this nightmare with Jo. It kept me up late, trying to see what would happen.

Review by twilight_reader (IG), “When I seen this cover I wasn’t sure if this was going to be a horror, a thriller or psychological. Instantly because of this I knew whatever it would turn out to be I’d absolutely not be able to put it down. I was so right.

Portable Magic puts Annalisa in the spotlight as we learn her inspiration behind Small Forgotten Moments, her writing process, what she does in her spare time and so much more

5th September

Review by Donna’s Interviews, Reviews and Giveaways (FB), “This is a cleverly written story in which the tension is very slowly built. Clues are drip fed throughout and you get an idea of what might have happened, but will still be shocked by the final reveal

Review at Tomes and Tales, “What makes Small Forgotten Moments striking is Jo’s inability to remember what she might already know. This puts the reader into the shoes of the unreliable narrator, rendering us as confused as Jo is about truth, lies, dreams, nightmares, reality and delusions.

Tomes and Tales puts Annalisa in the spotlight as we learn what role art plays in her life, how the cover was designed, how she researched the book and so much more

6th September and it’s the final day 🙁

Review by Nemesis Book Blog, “I thoroughly enjoyed this novel as it was something a little different and not what I was expecting at all, but brilliant it was!

Review by Books by Bindu, “This was a chillingly haunting book that looked at loss, love and how memory can manipulate and torture one’s inner mind.

Review by lets_escape_with_books (IG), “I kept trying to see if I can guess the book before it ended and instead I was kept on my toes throughout!

Review by Rajivs Reviews, “Moreover, the author does a remarkable job of maintaining the suspense. The book does not have those ‘jump scares’ that suddenly shocks you, but it is more of a psychological uneasiness that creeps on you.

And that is well and truly a wrap!

Small Forgotten Moments is out now and available to buy on Amazon UK, Amazon US

Until the next adventure xxx

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