Book Bargains: L J Swallows, Leigh Kelsey and Jadyn Chase

We all love a book bargain. Yes, I may have over 3000 books on my kindle waiting patiently to be read, and yes, I mayyy have 700 books on my bookshelves waitingly patiently to be read, but no, I can never have too many books. Especially when there are bargains like these. The Ravenhold SupernaturalContinue reading “Book Bargains: L J Swallows, Leigh Kelsey and Jadyn Chase”

New Book Drop: One Savage Knight by Holly Roberds

Holly Roberds, originally from Colorado but now living life in New Hampshire, is an author delving into the genres of Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance and Apocalyptic Fantasy, to name but a few. Holly started her writing career by creating Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Terminator romantic fanfic. Now, it is unclear at this time whetherContinue reading “New Book Drop: One Savage Knight by Holly Roberds”

New Book Drop: Built to Sin by Natalie Haigh

Built to Sin is the debut novel and first book in the Sins and Secrets Series by brand new author Natalie Haigh. Built to Sin dabbles in a number of genres including urban fantasy and paranormal romance. Natalie’s inspiration for this book came from reading ‘The Afterlife Saga’ by author Stephanie Hudson and from thatContinue reading “New Book Drop: Built to Sin by Natalie Haigh”

Don’t Date the Haunted by C. Rae D’Arc : A Book Review

Blurb: Does the heart beat faster from love or terror? As a born-and-raised citizen of Horror, Pansy Finster has survived Hauntings such as mad killers and poltergeists by living her brother’s rules, including, “Avoid dolls, clowns, and masks.” But after the death of her fiancé, Pansy finds herself alone—which is a dangerous status in Horror.Continue reading “Don’t Date the Haunted by C. Rae D’Arc : A Book Review”

Killing the Reapers by Jeff Debing : A Book Review

Blurb: Ross, a young paramedic, whose world takes a sudden tragic turn on what should be one of the best days of his life. Just as he is about to propose to his girlfriend, he suffers a massive heart attack and dies. Ross awakens in the afterlife and learns that the Grim Reaper actually doesContinue reading “Killing the Reapers by Jeff Debing : A Book Review”

Eyes (Half-Alive #1) by Nghich Tu : A Book Review

Blurb: Spirited Away meets Coraline in the Suburbs of Hanoi, Vietnam with a twist to the genre. A heart-pounding journey of betrayal and bond, strength and perseverance, with the looming threat of ghosts, demons, and black magic… told from the perspective of a comedic protagonist! An eerie children’s nursery rhyme lures Thanh – an intelligent college girl withContinue reading “Eyes (Half-Alive #1) by Nghich Tu : A Book Review”

Holiday Books: What shall I read in Scotland?

I’m going to Scotland tomorrow! So excited! We are travelling the west coast this time so it’s going to take about a 10 hour drive to our first destination, Loch Shiel, and then after a night there, it’s gonna take another 10-12 hours to get to our final destination (not the movie), Thurso. Extremely excited!Continue reading “Holiday Books: What shall I read in Scotland?”

Interview with an Author: Wendy L. Anderson

I’m here today with the incredible and talented Wendy L. Anderson. Wendy is the author of an epic five book series; Kingdom of Jior, and two standalone novels; Ulrik and A Cut Twice As Deep. Thank you so much for joining me today Wendy. After reading your novels, I absolutely can not wait to readContinue reading “Interview with an Author: Wendy L. Anderson”

Whom The Gods Love by M.M. Perry: A Book Review

Blurb: Harpy infested plains. Dark and foreboding forests. Beasts of myth and legend. All must be conquered by Cass and her small band before they can ask the favor of a God. From the Plains of the Dead Gods all the way to the Temple of Oshia, a mercurial God who promises to grant anyContinue reading “Whom The Gods Love by M.M. Perry: A Book Review”

Anticipated Reads – April 2021

Just a quick blog to let you know what books I will be reading this month. These are reviews that have been requested by the Author’s plus books I have on my bookshelf too. I might not be able to read all of them this month as I’ve got work, uni and other things goingContinue reading “Anticipated Reads – April 2021”