When I heard Victoria James was going to write a book about witches, I knew I had to have it. I love witchy book and I’ve fallen in love with her writing. Definitely a good match. But once I started reading, I felt incredibly uncomfortable. Sanctuary is very much a book about women. The story
Last week, I gave a shout out to artists. This week I want to highlight some authors who have new books coming out soon but had their launch-related events cancelled. This will be a weird mix of genres and authors but do consider pre-ordering or buying a book later to support them. Check your local
I read Rise of Gaia by Kristin Ward for a book tour hosted by The Write Reads. Dave provided a free copy of the book for an honest review and I couldn’t be more excited. You might remember I reviewed another of Kristin’s books last year and it didn’t click. But this one very much
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
Dellybird ran a contest of Twitter to post a picture of your favourite fur companion to win I, Cosmo by Carlie Sorosiak. Shiro was the lucky winner and I happen to be the owner. I, Cosmo is a true gem. Cosmo, a thirteen year old Goldie, does everything in his power to keep his family
It’s time put Jeroen Steenbeeke in the spotlight and his two series: Hunter In The Dark and The Unbound. Jeroen writes fast-paced fantasy and urban fantasy.
Tessa explores the ins and outs of writing about your own hometown if it isn’t widely known. Especially if supernatural beings live there as well.
The Grey Ones by Yvonne J. Smit is a memoir about her life with a gift not many people have. She shares her story with her children. 4,5 stars.