Review: Dragons by R.J. Furness

Dragons is the third book in the Sapphire Smythe & The Shadow Five serial. Sapphire is learning how to use her powers, but can’t control them. Slowly, more is being revealed about what’s going on, but Sapphire still doesn’t know the whole story. We’re already familiar with the setting and the characters, so it’s all

Review: The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

I read The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton when I was in Japan. I hoped it wouldn’t be too heavy, but I was already in too deep when I realised what it really was about. This book kept me company during my jetlagged hours on my ereader. The screen was lit and my husband could still

Review: Mermaids by R.J. Furness

After last month’s book tour of Shadows, I was curious about the follow up. The author was kind enough to share Mermaids and Dragons. I finished Mermaids already, but you can expect a review for Dragons soon. Sapphire follows her friend Ben and his sister to a new world, one were magic exists. She meets

My favourite Witchy Books

October, the month of spooky reads. I don’t do well with horror and only read it when a book really interests me. But I have to be in the mood. So instead of talking about super scary reads, I want to highlight my favourite witchy books. All of the include witches, but none of them

Book Tour: Shadows by R.J. Furness

Dave from The Write Reads surprised us with another book tour, this time it is Shadows by R.J. Furness. It’s the first book in the Sapphire Smyth & The Shadow Five series. The books are short since it’s a serial, so don’t expect too many pages. The premise is strong, but a little confusing. The

5 Series I Read As A Kid

Reading has always been a big part of my life, and I firmly believe that the reading you do as a kid will help shape who you become. When you enjoy the books you read, it’s more likely you’ll keep reading. Long-running series were always better, because you just wanted to read more. I was

Best Read of 2019 (So Far)

An overview of the books I’ve read this year and which ones stood out to me. I’ve read nearly as much non-fiction as fiction, which is a first.