949 Books went yesterday!

Yesterday, as many of you would know, was my FREE BOOK day. It did really well, with 949 people snapping up the opportunity! Thank you, thank you, thank you, if that was you or someone you recommended it to! Truly! If it was you (or your friend or mate or whatever), PLEASE will you fill... Continue Reading →


Decimation Book Review!

Decimation by Richard T. Burke I am so behind on my book reviews, but I just LOVED this book which I finished only a few moments ago and I can't wait to share it with you. I won't lie, I am just a little bit proud of myself for taking a chance on this book. I... Continue Reading →

Beneath The Skin by Kyla Stone.

I recently had the privilege of reading this book (out of my own free choice I might add, after reading her blurb) and I loved it. I did not think that I had any interest in the Young Adult (YA) genre after trying a few recently and not enjoy them at all, but this was... Continue Reading →


So a couple of months ago I came across this amazing young woman doing amazing things. That sounds like an ad, sorry, I didn't mean it to, but most of you who know me know that I don't plug anything I don't believe in and that my thoughts and comments are very much my own.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: TWO sons TOO many….

I have just finishing reading this book by Aidan McNally. Honestly, I have never felt so conflicted about a book in my life! I have absolutely no idea how to rate it, as every number out of 5 stars feels wrong to me. If you are reading this then I assume that you want an... Continue Reading →

How to write a negative book review?

That heading has a question mark on the end because for me that is a question. I love reading (though I don't read nearly as much as I would like to). I love sharing the books that I really enjoyed reading, am passionate about honestly saying what I thought .... but am also loathe to... Continue Reading →

Review: “Who Killed Johnny Gill?”

Time for another book review, this time by a newer author, Kathryn McMaster. I try to read books that are really diverse, and I also don’t like reading the back first, as for me they give away too much of the book. I am less interested in reading things because I know that I will... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Poisonwood Bible

 I've just finished the Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver and my review is very mixed. I personally love historical fiction that is well researched with really thought provoking and interesting topics ....i.e. for me, not politics (boring) or gangs (no one ever wins) or slavery (which breaks my heart too much for me to enjoy),... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Alexandra Fuller

I have just finished reading a bunch of books by the same author, (Alexandra Fuller), and I couldn’t put them down! There is no Trilogy or "order" to her books, which aren't exactly in sequence, but I found it easier to read them in the order in which they were written. I first found “Cocktail... Continue Reading →

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