Book Tour: The Beast And The Bethany by Jack Meggitt-Philips

Thank you to the publisher Egmont, Netgalley, and The Write Reads for the free copy as part of the book tour. Read my honest opinion below. The Beast and The Bethany by Jack Meggitt-Philips is the perfect children’s book for this Halloween. The blurb and the cover immediately reminded me of Roald Dahl’s book and

Book Tour: The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Thank you to the publisher Penguin, Netgalley, and The Write Reads for a free copy as part of the blog tour. My honest opinion is below. The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes is a mystery novel in the line of Knives Out (2019). There’s a major inheritance and the one who gets the most

ARC Review: Secret Legacy by Carissa Andrews

Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for giving my an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Secret Legacy by Carissa Andrews drew me in with the beautiful cover and the blurb. I wanted to read more urban fantasy and this one came at the right time. But by the time I was ready

Old Books, New Life

Have you ever had that conversation with another booklover, they recommend a book, you look it up, and it’s out of print? Yeah, that’s happened to me quite a bit. That might also be the biggest flaw traditional publishing has right now. They don’t give older books as much love as they do to new

Review: Before The Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Yawaguchi

My interest in Japan has never been a secret. So last year my sister in law and mother in law surprised me with a Japanese book they gave me for Sinterklaas. Before The Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Yawaguchi is a cute contemporary time travel novel. Not too long, but just long enough. It shares

Reflecting On Camp NaNo July 2020

For those of you who’ve been following me for a longer time will know I regularly take part in the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) events. Every April and July they host a the camp version. Some people prefer Camp NaNo to the big event in November because in a camp, you get to decide