Month: April 2017

Mini Review: Ruined

Mini Review: Ruined

  Sometimes I go through phases where I’m enjoying what I’m reading but I’m not consumed by it. It seems I’ve had a run of those recently – until now. I picked up Ruined and from the outset, I was swept up in the story. It was just what I needed – action, intrigue and a […]

Posted April 29, 2017


Spring Wishlist Giveaway

Spring Wishlist Giveaway

It’s been a while since we ran a giveaway on the blog so I think a wee Spring wishlist giveaway is in order. There have been so many fantastic releases lately with many, many more to come, I thought I’d give you the chance to win a book from your wishlist. Whether it’s a new […]

Posted April 26, 2017


Review: Waking Gods

Review: Waking Gods

Having been left on somewhat of a cliffhanger at the end of Sleeping Giants (see my review here), I’ve been looking forward to getting my hands on the second Themis Files book, Waking Gods, ever since. Waking Gods follows a similar format to Sleeping Giants, a dossier of interviews and transcripts which tell the story. […]

Posted April 13, 2017


Bookworm Candles & Crafts March Box

Bookworm Candles & Crafts March Box

Back in February. I purchased a couple of bookish candles from Bookworm Candles and Crafts for my sister-in-law’s birthday. As soon as they arrived, I must admit I was pretty jealous and wanted to keep them for myself! Obviously, I gave them to her, but as soon as the opportunity arose I placed an order […]

Posted April 11, 2017


Review: The Hate U Give

Review: The Hate U Give

There are times when I am just at a complete loss for words upon finishing a book (handy for a book blogger, I’m sure you’ll agree). This is one of those times. The Hate U Give has been out in the US for a month or so now and everything I’d been hearing from readers […]

Posted April 6, 2017


Review: The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley

Review: The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley

Told through alternating chapters, past and present, The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley slowly uncovers the tale of Samuel Hawley’s life. Hawley has a daughter, Loo, whom he is raising alone following the death of his wife. Hawley and Loo have constantly been on the move, never living in one place for very long. When […]

Posted April 4, 2017


Blog Tour: The Cutaway

Blog Tour: The Cutaway

I’m delighted today to be the first stop on The Cutaway Blog Tour. Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the novel, but be sure to check out these other blogs over the next 12 days for different articles and features. Recently, I’ve become pretty interested in how the media uncover stories, how they break news […]

Posted April 1, 2017