We received a beautifully illustrated picture book about a boy and a plane following the migration of a flock of swifts all the way from the UK to a rainforest in the heart of Africa.… More
I find it so hard to pick favourites especially when it comes to books, it’s like asking me to pick a favourite child but I cheated slightly and managed to break this down into Top 3 Reads, Series, Graphic Novels and Duos.
So for whatever mad reason as if I didn’t already have a million and one things to do I decided to give NaNoWriMo a go this year, National Novel Writing Month where the goal is to write 50000 words in the month of November.. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo The Struggle is Real”
Take a breath. Pray it’s not your last.
I love crime books that not only give you the back story on the detective but also on the serial killer, why would he do something like this, how could he do these things? Continue reading “Dying Breath by Helen Phifer Blog Blast!”
All of a sudden a heat rises up in me.
My palms are sweaty and my skin prickles,
The little hairs on the back of my neck stick up.
My face flushes red hot,
My throat feels like it’s closing up,
I can’t breathe.. Continue reading “My Experience with Panic Attacks”
The killer is closer than you think.. Continue reading “Now You See Me by Kierney Scott”
Good evening all I’ve got a bit of an exciting post this evening, my first ever cover reveal AND a short excerpt from the upcoming historical fiction Apricots & Wolfsbane by K.M. Pohlkamp.
Continue reading “Apricots & Wolfsbane Cover Reveal”
“This is not where I die.
Mia curled her fingers into fists.
I’ve far too much killing to do.” Continue reading “Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff”
I want to share with you some books that I simply could not put down and want to read again so I thought you might like them too, if you haven’t already read them. Continue reading “Books I Devoured This Year”
I’ve always wondered what it would be like to live on the moon and according to Jazz Bashara it’s tough but she wouldn’t live anywhere else. Continue reading “Artemis by Andy Weir”
“The dead boy’s blood coated the five hundred pound British bomb like a red veil.” Continue reading “The Wolf Children by Cay Rademacher”