Best Reads Of 2019

This is probably one of the hardest posts to write every year. Which books are the best? My selection is always of what I’ve read this year, regardless of when it’s published. Don’t expect to see many new releases on here since I still have a huge backlog of books to get through. I failed

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

Review: All Systems Red – Martha Wells

All Systems Red by Martha Wells is the first in The Murderbot Diaries series. Murderbot is a robot with organic parts who hacked its module and is now a free agent. Follow their journey as the expedition encounters hostile behaviour.

Recommended Reading: Writer Edition

Half of the books I’ve read this year are non-fiction books, but I choose not to review them since everyone will take away something else. Today I have a selection of books on writing which I read recently. These aren’t the only ones, or the best ones, I still think they’re worth reading. Even if

Visiting Mystical Japan: The Shadow of Black Wings by James Calbraith

[aesop_chapter title=”~” bgtype=”color” full=”off” bgcolor=”#006489″ minheight=”10″ revealfx=”off”] The Shadow of Black Wings is the first book in the series ‘The Year of the Dragon’, written by James Calbraith. It’s a young adult fantasy book, complete with dragon rides, magic, and demons. This series is an alternate history story set in Prydain, an alternate version of