Oh dear, this month was not good for reading. I did read some great books, I just didn’t read many books at all. The reading slump seems to be holding on, I thought I had defeated it, but it would appear to be holding strong. I think I may also have a bit of a… Continue reading April Reads and May TBR
So I have mentioned in various blog posts and many times on Twitter now that I am in the process of moving home. This is the first time that I have moved when I can remember it, and I must say it is living up to being one of the most stressful events to happen… Continue reading Quick Update- Moving
Sci-fi is not normally a genre that go to, but there is a few exceptions, and the Themis Files series is definitely one of them. The opportunity to review the second book, Waking Gods, was one I just could not turn down; I can let you know now that it was not a disappointment!!
“We held them off for a week up there back in 1944,” said the press attaché, pointing up to the Acropolis. “The Germans?” said Sophie. “No, dear lady,” said the attaché, a pop-eyed man with a military moustache, “the Greeks.” Sophie glanced at Forrester, puzzled. “I thought the British were on the same side as… Continue reading An extract from ‘The Age of Olympus’ by Gavin Scott
I’m slowly falling in love with World War historical fiction novels; before recently they were something I find of avoided but I’m finding that I love European settings and strong female leads. Welcome to this stop of the blog tour, hopefully you’ve already been convinced that this novel is a MUST read, but just in case… Continue reading Across Great Divides by Monique Roy
I’m really excited to be writing this one, as its something completely different for me and this blog. I was never really sure what a favourites post was, and then I started reading them, and I thought it would be a great way to show a bit more of who I am other than all… Continue reading Jan,Feb&March Favourites…
Darac was thankful for his mask as he entered the exam tent. ‘Professor Bianchi here, Lami?’ ‘No, she isn’t.’ The lab assistant’s smile was a transparent attempt to appear upbeat. ‘She assigned the case to Dr Barrau.’ ‘Right.’ It sounded more professional than ‘shit’. ‘Careful where you’re walking there, sir. We haven’t examined that yet.’… Continue reading Fatal Music by Peter Morfoot an Excerpt