Month: March 2016

Review & Giveaway: Homecoming

Review & Giveaway: Homecoming

Blackbird Digital Books sent me an email a few weeks ago asking if I would be interested in reading Homecoming, a novella that they described as “quite possibly the strangest romance ever told”. Well, obviously I was intrigued so I leapt at the chance to read it. Let me say, they were right! It’s the […]

Posted March 30, 2016


Review: The Winner’s Kiss

Review: The Winner’s Kiss

The day is finally here, the final installment of The Winner’s Trilogy, The Winner’s Kiss is out in the UK today! Obviously this post is going to be some of my thoughts on this third book, so if you haven’t yet read this series then I have three suggestions for you. If you have a […]

Posted March 24, 2016


Review: The Winner’s Crime

Review: The Winner’s Crime

Do you ever shout at the tv? You’re watching a film or a tv series and shouting almost pantomime-style “he’s behind you” or “no, don’t go in there”, “just tell him”, “kiss him you idiot”? (Hopefully that’s not just a Rhoda-thing.) Well I found myself doing that a lot with this book. A LOT! Obviously […]

Posted March 22, 2016


A Spring TBR Giveaway

A Spring TBR Giveaway

So I’ve been pretty quiet recently. I am still here, I promise. It’s just that my body & mind haven’t been particularly cooperative of late. However, that’s not what this post is about. Yesterday (20th March) was officially the first day of Spring, and I don’t know about you but I feel this is something […]

Posted March 21, 2016


Top Ten Tuesday  #42 – Spring TBR

Top Ten Tuesday #42 – Spring TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created and hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. If you’d like to participate too, see here. This week the topic is… 10 Books On My Spring TBR I’m not very good at sticking to TBRs however I feel pretty good about this one. I have a mixture of review […]

Posted March 15, 2016


Review: Crush

Review: Crush

Anna’s a teenager who lives with her Dad and her younger brother Eddie on the Mac Estate. After her Mum left Anna was made to take on the various responsibilities in the flat while her Dad worked to earn the money to feed them. She attends a good school across town, hangs out with her friend […]

Posted March 14, 2016


Review: The Shadow Queen

Review: The Shadow Queen

I seem to have been reading quite a few retellings recently, and I’m really enjoying them. I heard about The Shadow Queen sometime last year and my interest was immediately piqued – a ‘Snow White retelling’ was all I knew when I added it to my 2016 wishlist. Well, let me tell you that I […]

Posted March 3, 2016


Review: The Island

Review: The Island

Before I start, let me first say how much I love the cover of this book – it’s gorgeous! The waves are actually embossed and it really makes for a striking cover. Ok, so on to the book itself… Frances is a first time offender who has been offered the chance to avoid juvenile detention […]

Posted March 1, 2016