Its pretty common knowledge that I’ve never had the best help, and by gould it has become worse since the glandular fever that I had at the start of this year. I’ve been experiencing terrible fatigue, spending half the week unable to leave the house, and have to cut back on driving. Its been rather… Continue reading The Start of Something Beautiful…&Healthy
It’s that time again, time for me to give you the fabulous chance to win your very own copy of this stunning book, as well as some goodies. You can see my full review on Friday, but I’ll give you a clue as to my thoughts; its definitely an entertaining one! So how can you… Continue reading ‘The Show That Never Ends’ GIVEAWAY!!
Part of me feels like I’m a teenager again, reading a LOT of vampire books; cant say Ive done that since I was 14. Don’t get me wrong, I’m enjoying it as much now as I did in my ‘vampire fiction’ faze. I believe the Blood Bank though, is truly unique to any of the… Continue reading Blood Bank by Zoe Markham
Last year, Titan Books introduced my to a fabulous author whom I had never heard of nor their books; wow was I missing out before. After reading Alice in a single day, I brought Red Queen the same day and was left craving for more; finally I got what I needed, ‘Lost Boy’ and it was… Continue reading Lost Boy by Christina Henry
Adult epic fantasy is one of those genres that you can either love and follow, or you just don’t get on well with; I definitely sit on the side of loving it. My only problem is that I find they always take me a while to read- but A Gathering of Ravens was definitely worth… Continue reading A gathering of Ravens by Scott Oden
Last year, I got the opportunity to read and review a fabulous fantasy novel, Duskfall; and now I have the exciting chance to share an extract with you all from the sequel, Dark Immolation. I am super excited to read this book and can not wait to get around to it- definitely be some point… Continue reading Dark Immolation by Christopher Husberg- An Extract
When offered the opportunity to read and review this book for the blog tour I just had to say yes; as a chronic illness sufferer myself and having previously been confined to just my house, I felt that it would be good to read a book around this to see how it had been portrayed. Although… Continue reading The Things We Thought We Knew by Mahsuda Snaith