Blog Tour Wrap-Up; The Lives and Loves of Jesobel Jones by Anna Mainwaring

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The Lives and Loves of Jesobel Jones by Anna Mainwaring

The lives and loves of jesobel jones Jesobel Jones can bake. In a truly triumphant, appearing-on-TV kind of way. But this means nothing to the rest of the world, because apparently all that cake mix is starting to show – in all the wrong places. So when she lands an invite to the Party of Year by the Boy of Her Dreams, she wonders whether it’s time for a new, improved Jess. But will life still taste as good?

Anna Mainwaring‘s debut is a light-hearted and sometimes poignant take on the pressures that face teenage girls. It’s hard to smile in all those selfies when you don’t like the girl who looks back at you. But which is more important – looking perfect or being happy?

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Tour Posts

Writing From The Tub – Author Interview
Luna’s Little Library – Guest Post
Ya Yeah Yeah – Guest Post
A Daydreamer’s Thoughts – Guest Review
Fiction Fascination – Guest Post
Live to Read. Read to Live. – Guest Post
Joshua J Stories – Review
Serendipity Reviews – Guest Post
A Thousand Words, A Million Books – Review
Becca Talks YA – Review
Chrissi Reads – Review
Marie’s Journal – Author Interview
An Awful Lot of Reading – Review
The Book Moo – Guest Post
A Daydreamer’s Thoughts – Ten Reasons to Read
Music Books and Tea – Guest Post
The Page Starts Here – Review
Tales of Yesterday – Review


Review Quotes

“I *loved* this book. I really really do recommend it!” – Joshua at Joshua J Stories

“The Lives and Loves of Jesobel Jones is the MOST brilliant book- and DEFINITELY the most realistic one that I’ve read in ages!” – Aditi at A Thousand Words, A Million Books

“I loved the voice and the characters, and I only wish I’d read it when I was sixteen!” – Becca at Becca Talks YA

“A light, easy to read book, well worth exploring if you like your YA contemporaries!” – Chrissi at Chrissi Reads

“It was nice and British too, think Bridget Jones, especially with embarrassing encounters and close friends.” – Anya at An Awful Lot of Reading

“Overall it was a lovely read which was fast paced and really relatable. It is definitely a book which can be read and enjoyed thoroughly in one sitting.” – Chloe at The Page Starts Here

“Anna Mainwaring writes with a brilliant humour and has created, in my opinion, a younger Bridget Jones in Jess.” – Michelle at Tales of Yesterday


A Big Thank-You

And lastly I want to just say a big thank you to all of the bloggers that participated in this tour. All the reviews were really fantastic, it all went smoothly and was a complete success that couldn’t have been done without you! I also want to thank Anna Mainwaring for being great to work alongside and helping to make it run so well.

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