Month: April 2018

Review: The Smoke Thieves

Review: The Smoke Thieves

I’m not even going to try to explain The Smoke Thieves. Usually, I like to attempt a wee overview but in all honesty, I don’t think I could do this book justice in a summary! So, read the one above! Told from the perspectives of five characters; Tash, a demon hunter; Catherine, a princess betrothed […]

Posted April 28, 2018


Review: Dear Martin

Review: Dear Martin

After reading fantastic reviews upon its publication in the US, I was delighted to find Dear Martin due for publication in the UK. Wow, those reviews were right, this is a tremendously powerful book. Justyce is a 17-year-old high school senior. He’s fourth in his graduating class, captain of the debate team and is on course […]

Posted April 25, 2018


Blog Tour: The Lido

Blog Tour: The Lido

Every now and then I want to read something that is going to fill my heart, and The Lido most certainly did that. So I’m delighted to be today’s stop on The Lido blog tour – and it’s PUBLICATION DAY! So you can now get your hands on this heartwarming novel. My Summary When the local […]

Posted April 19, 2018


Review: Isle of Blood and Stone

Review: Isle of Blood and Stone

I’d been really looking forward to Isle of Blood and Stone – fantasy, maps, a dangerous treasure hunt, sounded right up my street! Oh, it was! I really enjoyed this book. When two maps are found that seem to imply that the del Marian Kind’s two brothers survived the attack by the kingdom of Mondrago 18 […]

Posted April 10, 2018


Blog Tour: The Goose Road Review & Giveaway

Blog Tour: The Goose Road Review & Giveaway

I’m delighted to be today’s stop on the blog tour for The Goose Road. The book is out today, so you can now get your hands on a copy! Or, be sure to check out the giveaway at the end of this post. The Goose Road is the debut novel by Rowena House and is […]

Posted April 5, 2018


Review: The Unmapped Mind

Review: The Unmapped Mind

I enjoy the odd memoir and the description of this particular title grasped my attention. Probably for a variety of reasons 1) my Mum and my Aunt have MS 2) I have my own illness which requires a constant battle of learning how to live and 3) I wanted to learn more about the neurology […]

Posted April 2, 2018