I’ve been so fortunate this week to have many bloggers read and review The Sinking Chef. It’s hard to keep track of everyone on Twitter, so I decided to recap WEEK ONE in this blog post.
I’ll do the same for WEEK TWO. It’s just so much FUN!
On Monday 18th of September, the Blog Tour began at The Writing Garnet.
“Fun, flirty and pretty bonkers; The Sinking Chef is perfect for folk who just want to read…”
I liked “Fun, flirty and pretty bonkers” so much that I started using it as a catch phrase of Twitter!
Thank you, Kaisha!
Get in touch with Kaisha @kaishajayneh on Twitter!
Also on Monday, I talked to lovely Emma at WhyWordsWork.There will be a review of The Sinking Chef by Emma in WEEK TWO of the blog tour.
Thank you, Emma!
Get in touch with Emma @ERHollands on Twitter.
Tuesday, the 19th The Sinking Chef visited Zoe at BookAddictRambles. “It was the ridiculousness of it that made me keep reading, I wanted to know what outrageous thing happened next.”
Thank you, Zoe for reading and reviewing! You can connect with Zoe on twitter @colourzoe2008
She was very kind and had this to say “Ashley reminded me a little of Rachel Khoo, who filmed her Little Paris Kitchen series directly from her own kitchen!”
Thank you, Lynsey! Get in touch @Lynsey1991
Thursday, the 21st was a turbulent day. Ashley made Claire at BrizzleLass Books angry with her wayward ways. All was well in the end because Claire and I agreed that although a little naive Ashley is very memorable. You can’t go wrong with that 🙂
I thought Claire had a little crush on Giacomo “Giacomo […] is lovely, so committed to his vision and his business and he really cares for her and his family as well. I love his sense of humour and it’s a shame we don’t see a bit more of it.” But we’re not going to talk about it ON THE INTERNET, of course.
Both ladies were happy with Giacomo and Ashley, with Stacey saying “Another great read from Sylvia. She does a great job with the writing. I was so happy to be able to come back to Ashley and Giacomo’s adventure. While reading this I was getting hungry with the recipes, of course, I wrote them down to try out one of these days.”
Do let me know if you do try them out, Stacey! I’d love to hear from you.
Get in touch with Fede (who is Italian by the way, my favourite food country) at @ItaPixie
Both reviews were thoughtful and kind, for which I’m grateful.
Marianne said, “It is the humour which defines this book and which runs throughout.”
While Em thinks “The Sinking Chef is a laugh out loud fast-paced read…”
Sunday, glorious Sunday (seriously, the sun is shining where I live which is such a blessing at the end of the Summer) was also shared.
First up was sunshine Sarah “The book is written very well and makes for great reading because of this. I loved having the recipes at the beginning of each chapter as well, definitely got my mouth watering for sure! Perhaps sometime soon I’ll try my hand at one or two….!” Yay, Sarah, definitely try them out!
Connect with Sarah on Twitter @sunshinesarahxo
Last for this week was Amanda at ChocolatePages, which is a blog that I follow and read because I like Amanda’s reviews. When I read her verdict I was pretty chuffed. “As regular readers of ChocolatePages would know, I do enjoy a good foodie book, and more recently I have taken a liking to books involving social media. When I read the description of this book a cookery channel on youtube and humorous, I was pretty sure I would enjoy the book. I did enjoy reading The Sinking Chef, very much.”
Connect with Amanda on Twitter @Chocolate_Pages
All in all, I’m knackered from all the emotions. I can’t believe there is another week to go of this BlogTour!
It’s hard to say how many stars would the book get on Amazon and Goodreads, but I think The Sinking Chef is doing pretty well. Hopefully, the bloggers will post the reviews soon and I’ll know for certain.
Last, the GIVEAWAY.
Enter here for a chance to WIN £25 Amazon vouchers and eBook copies of The Sinking Chef.
Until next week!