Blurb Two people. Infinite lifetimes. One impossible choice.Thora and Santi are strangers in a foreign city when a chance encounter intertwines their fates. At once, they recognize in each other a kindred spirit—someone who shares their insatiable curiosity, who is longing for more in life than the cards they’ve been dealt. Only days later, though, … Continue reading Review: Meet Me in Another Life by Catriona Silvey.
I was lucky to be granted an e-arc of Anya’s debut novel Queen of All from Zenith Press on NetGalley. A fantasy novel is outside of my usual reading preferences, but I was pleasantly surprised, and thoroughly enjoyed it. When I found out Anya began writing the book at just twelve years old, I instantly … Continue reading Author Q&A: Anya Josephs
I am honoured to be taking part in the Cover Reveal today for Allied by Sarah Biglow and Molly Zenk. Blurb The sequel to Hunted is upon us... Six weeks after Edith and her vampire family were exiled from their clan, Darren waits at the rendezvous, poised for a reunion that might never come. With … Continue reading COVER REVEAL: Allied by Sarah Biglow and Molly Zenk. @SBiglowWrites @UnsinkableMoZe @CayellePub @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours
Magic, witches, trolls, and big bad wolves, this cute story has features of some of the great fairytales. When Chloe's brother is cruel to her she finds a magic crayon and seeks revenge! Told in rhyme, we see that Chloe uses her imagination alongside the magic crayon to get her revenge, but then instantly regrets … Continue reading Review: The Magic Crayon by Amy Sparkes
I chose to read Queen of All as part of my personal quest to try new genres. I have always been in the ‘I don’t like fantasy camp’. I was wrong. Queen of All is a story of unrequited, deep, and selfless love, set on a backdrop of secrets, magic, and an evil Prince. The plot moves at … Continue reading Review: Queen of All by Anya Leigh Josephs
The Three Impossibles –amazing! Captivating, full of suspense, and a true page turner. An action-packed adventure throughout. With secrets and curses, royalty, and mythical-type creatures you are enchanted by the tale seamless spun by the author. Jemima, (or Mim as she likes to be known) is the daughter of the King, however, she was born … Continue reading Review: The Three Impossibles by Susie Bower
‘Startfoams’ & ‘Instantgrannies’! (If you have read the book you’ll know!) A charming, funny, and entertaining read. Featuring time-travel, good vs. evil, and magic, what more could you ask for? A wizard (or should that be Warlock), from 511 AD is thrown forward in time to the 21st Century with ‘caaaars’ and other confusing and … Continue reading Review: The Wizard in My Shed by Simon Farnaby