This might be the only post I’ll do on a book I didn’t finish, but I want to talk about why I stopped reading. Bright Hair About The Bone by Barbara Cleverly is the second book in a series and falls in the historical mystery genre. Not a genre I’ll pick up often, but I’ve
It’s finally here, the release day of my debut novel, Devil’s Deal. I don’t know what else to say except thank you. The book exists because of your support, even if you’re just lurking and reading a post every now and then. Knowing there are people who want to read what I write is a
Dave from The Write Reads is running a huge book tour for A Different Time by Michael K. Hill. When I first read the blurb it reminded me of The Lakehouse. I loved that hoped and I hoped I’d love this book just as much. The raving reviews only heightened my expectations, which isn’t always
Three comfort reads for the bad days. Easy to read, lovely stories, and enchanting worlds by authors Cate Tiernan, Erin Morgenstern and Clive Barker.
Here’s the cover for Devil’s Deal, Tessa Hastjarjanto’s latest book. It’s a paranormal romance with a biracial main character, set in the Netherlands.
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
Why is my list of books I’ve read such a mess?
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
Warcross is a YA sci-fi book about hackers, esports, virtual reality, and gamers. Filled with intrigue, fast paced action, and a hint of romance. Five stars.
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.