Re-reading is another one of those topics I see pop-up on book Twitter regularly. Do you re-read? Should you re-read? Again, this is a personal choice, just like your preferred format, or to DNF or not to DNF. I re-read books, always have done and always will. But why do I read them again if
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
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
Three comfort reads for the bad days. Easy to read, lovely stories, and enchanting worlds by authors Cate Tiernan, Erin Morgenstern and Clive Barker.
‘Small Towns’ are the perfect setting for a story and many writers create their own town for their mysteries, romances and adventures. This week Tessa explains why she likes stories set in small towns so much, no matter what the genre is.