Work In Progress: Food Fashion Fame and Family

A writer should be writing. In the new series Work In Progress I will talk about projects I’m working on. I’m participating in Camp NaNo for the whole month of April. I’m making good progress with the goals I’ve set and shared with you before. But today I want to talk about what I’ll be working on after this. Read More

24 Spring/Summer Reads For You To Enjoy!

What’s better than a new season filled with exciting releases? Well, a book and a lovely place to read. I can’t provide you that perfect place, but I can help you find your next read. Here are 24 books (in the genres fantasy, romance, and YA) that will be released in the months April, May, Read More

ARC Review: School For Psychics by K. C. Archer

School For Psychics by K. C. Archer was one of the first books on NetGalley that caught my eye. I only recently joined, and I wasn’t expecting any of my requests to be honoured, but I’m glad that this one was. School For Psychics has an exciting start in Las Vegas where Teddy uses her Read More

Camp NaNo April 2018 Prep

Tessa talks about her preparations for April’s Camp Nano. She’ll take on the task to finish a hand full of short stories: The Death of the Octopod, Thomas and the Wolf, Replaced, Just One Look, Until Death Do Us Part. Read More

Review: Starstruck by Brenda Hiatt

Starstruck by Brenda Hiatt is the second novel in the Spark bundle. I went in blind, without looking at the cover or reading the description. All I knew was that it had fantasy/science-fiction elements and targeted the young adult audience. That’s enough for me to start reading. It’s also very refreshing since I’m not able Read More

Review: A Dark Realm by Anthea Sharp

I love gaming, and mythology has always interested me. And when a book combines the two, it certainly interests me. A Dark Realm is the first book in the Feyland trilogy by Anthea Sharp. I got in two different bundles and I finally decided to give it a go. (I read the version in the Read More

Review: To The Devil – A Diva by Paul Magrs

I often go to book fairs where old, rejected, unsellable books are. They’re cheap and the variety is great. Stephen King will be surrounded by many unknown writers, cookbooks next to science books, books about crafts, children’s books, but most of them are Dutch. The last time there was only one long table of English Read More