I‘m delighted to share with you some more early reviews of my new book Paranormal Warwickshire.
This one is from Kerrie, on her blog iloved readingthis.com.
I am fascinated by ghosts and the paranormal and have a couple of books detailing the haunted places local to me as well as going on a very creepy ghost tour of Hampton Court Palace, at night, where we had to walk alone, in the dark through the Haunted Gallery, where there have been numerous reports of sightings of Catherine Howard, running to find Henry the VIII begging for mercy at the time of her arrest. We didn’t see anything but the fascination remains and for that reason, despite not really reading digital books, I agreed to be involved in this blog tour.
This was an informative book providing not only an account of paranormal sightings and experiences in Warwickshire but a brief history of the places covered. Shakespeare’s Stratford featured and throughout the book quotes from the playwright were used as chapter highlights, which was a nice touch. Stunning pictures gave visual context for those less familiar with Warwickshire and I was struck as I was reading this book that it would make a nice accompaniment for a visit to Warwickshire.
I read this as a digital book, but in my opinion it is definitely a book that would be better experienced in physical form in terms of an easier ability to flick back through the pages and refer back, as I like to do. Nonetheless an interesting little book which should appeal to anyone with an interest in Warwickshire and it’s history and most definitely anyone interested in the county’s history of paranormal activity.Kerrie, on her blog ilovedreadingthis
Another early reader, Anne T, said this:
I’ve just finished the book Paranormal Warwickshire. Being born and bred in Leamington Spa, I wasn’t sure what I would learn from this book. I loved the book, and was especially interested in the final article in the Leamington chapter. Not only does the author visit the more familiar buildings with all the stories attached, told by the people living or working there, but also many less well known. I certainly recommend this well- presented book, packed full of photographs.
Paranormal Warwickshire is available on all major online book retail sites and everywhere good books are sold.