This one is a first for me, I cant say that I have read an adult vampire or witchey book before; sure I have read child or Young Adult books like this before, but definitely not New Adult or higher. Blood Rose was almost nostalgic in that sense that it was similar to story lines that… Continue reading Blood Rose by Danielle Rose
Who can not love a good fantasy novel? This one sure is a good example of a book that has a little bit everyone. Cant say I’ve read that many urban fantasies, normally the fantasy I read is set in an almost medieval world so I found this quite refreshing from the normal things I read.… Continue reading The Spawn of Lilith by Dana Fredsti & GIVEAWAY
Well, I’ll declare now that I am going to be a tad bias within this review- reason? Purely because it is an Alison Weir book, and she has been one of my favourite authors since I first got out of reading children’s books. I’ve loved each and every of her past books, and they are all… Continue reading A Kings Obsession by Alison Weir
Welcome to another blog tour, and the first in a while since my break over here on this blog; what a different but surely good book I have to bring to you today as well. ‘A Little of Chantelle Rose’ is certainly a very different book to what I normally read, but I was pleasantly surprised… Continue reading A little of Chantelle Rose by Cristina Hodgson
I always put a lot of thought into whether or not to write pieces that could be deemed controversial, I don’t like confrontation so I avoid publishing a piece if I fear it will cause it. However sometimes experiences need to be shared to stop negative consequences from occurring again. That is exactly what this… Continue reading And I thought I could trust my Doctor…
I am back, and have a great announcement to be coming back with. The publisher Of Tomes have given me a great honour in allowing me to bring you an early look at the cover for their horror debut, Ultimate Sacrifice.
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