Venators: Magic Unleashed – Devri Walls [WriteReads Ultimate Blog Tour]

Blurb From Goodreads: Six years ago, Grey Malteer was attacked by creatures he thought couldn’t possibly exist. They repeated a word, calling him a name he’d never heard before…Venator. Since then, his life has been a hellhole of secrecy—hiding old pain alongside strange new abilities. Rune Jenkins has an itch, as she calls it, butContinue reading “Venators: Magic Unleashed – Devri Walls [WriteReads Ultimate Blog Tour]”

Happy Writing – Jenny Alexander [Books]

I’m a big fan of most (writing) books. I enjoy reading them, I enjoy taking notes on them, and I enjoy glancing back over those notes. A lot of times, these books spark off new ideas, or help me find a way forward on a particularly tricky aspect I’ve come up against. They’ve given meContinue reading “Happy Writing – Jenny Alexander [Books]”

January 2020 Wrap Up [Books]

This wasn’t something I did month by month last year, mainly because I was only reading a few books a month. But I managed to start the year by reading nine books in one month, so I thought a wrap up would be a good idea! And I know this is fairly late, but hopefullyContinue reading “January 2020 Wrap Up [Books]”

Follow Him: Craig Stewart – Blackthorn Blog Tour

Firstly, thank you very much to Blackthorn for inviting me onto this book tour, and providing a free ebook of Follow Him. Today is my stop on the tour, and you should definitely check out the other bloggers to see what they’ve said about this novel, too. Blurb True love doesn’t die – it devours. JustContinue reading “Follow Him: Craig Stewart – Blackthorn Blog Tour”

A Heart So Fierce and Broken – Brigid Kemmerer [Book Review]

The curse is broken. Harper has remained in Emberfall with her brother Jake and his boyfriend, Noah, and with Rhen. With no sign of Grey, rumours of another heir threatening to break the kingdom apart, added to the fact people believe the alliance with ‘Disi’ is a scam, something must be done. Grey has killedContinue reading “A Heart So Fierce and Broken – Brigid Kemmerer [Book Review]”

Women in Horror Month

February marks Women in Horror month, when the Horror Community raise up the voices of women in horror, celebrating everything they stand for, whether it’s the characters we remember kicking ass, the creators working behind the scenes, the women writers who create dark, twisted stories that drag you deeply in. This is the first yearContinue reading “Women in Horror Month”

Slay My Love – Lee Colgin [Book Review]

He couldn’t possibly be this lonely forever It’s been a while since I read something that could be classed as Paranormal Romance, and Slay My Love was a great way to dip my toes back into the genre. The new vampire in town is different than any the hunters have seen before, and Franklin is sentContinue reading “Slay My Love – Lee Colgin [Book Review]”

Children of Virtue and Vengeance – Tomi Adeyemi [Book Review]

The second in the Legacy of Orïsha series, Children of Virtue and Vengeance continues the story of Zélie and Amari, who, together, have brought magic back to Orïsha. Although the maji have regained their powers, nobles with magical ancestry now find themselves able to use magic as well, presenting even more dangers for the two young women.Continue reading “Children of Virtue and Vengeance – Tomi Adeyemi [Book Review]”

The Testaments – Margaret Atwood

The Testaments is the sequel to Atwood’s outstanding novel. The Handmaid’s Tale, and takes us further into Gilead, allowing us to see more of the messed up, dystopian world ruled by the Sons of Jacob. While The Handmaid’s Tale was told through one POV (Offred), The Testaments is told through three – Aunt Lydia, whoContinue reading “The Testaments – Margaret Atwood”

Season of Wonder – Edited by Paula Guran

Season of Wonder is a winter holiday themed anthology, bringing together fantasy and science fiction stories centred around the darkest months. Christmas isn’t the only holiday contained in these stories, but it is the most prominent. Still, as a whole, I think this is a great festive read. The stories vary enough to give a littleContinue reading “Season of Wonder – Edited by Paula Guran”