A few weeks ago you may recall I posted a book review of 100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons. The book has now been published as of this week! To celebrate the publication of 100 Days of Sunlight I am excited to interview the author of this delightful book on the blog today – Abbie Emmons.
Sci-fi and Young Adult fans listen up, this review is for you! I’m a bit late to the party in reviewing the Illuminae files series as it’s been around for a couple of years now. I had put off reading this book because a flick through the pages in the store gave me the impression this book was a bit unusual and I was right… but in the best way possible.
One of my reading goals for this year is to spend more time reading poetry! So far I’ve delved into the likes of Sylvia Plath, Whittier and Lord Tennyson. While you may not be a fan of poetry yourself, here are three reasons why poetry is important as a literary form.
Today on the blog I’ll be reviewing the detective novel Murder Must Advertise by Dorothy L. Sayers. An enigmatic detective, a death under curious circumstances and an entertaining insight into the advertising industry of the early 20th century this book has everything it needs to be a classic.
Today it’s all about Dragons! I’ll be reviewing Dragonslayer by Duncan M. Hamilton. Thanks to Tor publishing for the ARC copy of this one.
One of the wonderful followers of this blog (you’re all wonderful it’s okay!) brought to my attention a little while ago that it had been a month since I started my website and blogging!It’s now been over two months. To celebrate I thought I’d do a little update for you all on how my freelance writing and blogging journey is going and some of the lessons I’ve learned so far.
Are you looking for a fun, light weekend read? A book that loves books as much as you do? ‘While you were reading’ might be just what you’re looking for.
I’m a big fan of the library. I really enjoy the whole experience of visiting my local library. Everything from the quiet atmosphere to the rows upon rows of carefully tended to books tells me this is a place for me. But is the library destined to go the way of the telegraph and blockbuster?
If you’re looking for a romance that celebrates diversity this book is for you. It’s rare to find a book that manages to sensitively handle characters with disabilities, without coming to criticism for romanticising illness or impairment. The Gift by Nuri Mass manages to walk this delicate line and weaves a beautiful love story in the process.
Do you love to travel? Love the experience of hopping on a plane, bus, train or car and heading off on adventure? Me too! Today on the blog I’ll be sharing some of my favourite libraries from around the world (ones I’ve visited – and a few on my bucket list!). Read on for five libraries you should add to your itinerary next holiday!