WEEKLY ROUND UP OF THE BOOKISH GOODNESS I HAVE READ

WEEKLY ROUND UP OF THE BOOKISH GOODNESS I HAVE READ

Well, hello there. How are you? I know, it's been a while since I've done just a sit down and chat type of post. But here we are! And for those who celebrate, HAPPY EASTER! My easter was yesterday, so I've had two weeks of non-stop chocolate. Not that I'm complaining. Those Lindt Easter Eggs [...]

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FICTION #REVIEW of THE LAST STRAW by ED DUNCAN!!

FICTION #REVIEW of THE LAST STRAW by ED DUNCAN!!

In his line of work sometimes people had to die. The Last Straw by Ed Duncan is the second book in his Pigeon-Blood Red series and follows multiple characters' throughout but centres on Rico and his history/present with Paul. I must admit that I didn't actually know that this novel was actually the second in [...]

AUDIOBOOK REVIEW of BACKBONE POWER by Dr. Anne Brown

AUDIOBOOK REVIEW of BACKBONE POWER by Dr. Anne Brown

Dr. Anne Brown speaks passionately about being your authentic self and learning to empower yourself through being able to say no. A few years ago, Dr. Anne Brown authored the book Backbone Power: The Science of Saying No, and she is now coming out with an abridged audiobook version for busy people on the go. [...]

ULTIMATE #BLOGTOUR REVIEW of AFTER THE GREEN WITHERED by Kristen Ward #TheWriteReads #AfterTheGreenWithered #UltimateBlogTour

ULTIMATE #BLOGTOUR REVIEW of AFTER THE GREEN WITHERED by Kristen Ward #TheWriteReads #AfterTheGreenWithered #UltimateBlogTour

This is what I have come to understand of our history, that thing buried and skewed under hidden agendas and untruths... YAY! Welcome to Day One of the Ultimate Blog Tour Extravaganza! I just want to thank, with all my heart, Dave at @The_WriteReads for organising this epic blog tour and for giving me the [...]

ROMANCE #REVIEW of POSTCARD FROM PARIS by Holly Willow #adultfiction #romance

ROMANCE #REVIEW of POSTCARD FROM PARIS by Holly Willow #adultfiction #romance

A sense of euphoria washed over me. For the first time in my life, I had made a split-second decision. I was going to do something that I hadn't scheduled or planned for at least six months in advance. I was going to Paris. Postcard from Paris by Holly Willow was the romance novel I [...]

YA #REVIEW of DEATH’S KISS by Regie Khemvisay #dystopian

YA #REVIEW of DEATH’S KISS by Regie Khemvisay #dystopian

This is the rule of survival: you figure out who and what you're up against, and then you fight. Death's Kiss is the debut novel of Regie Khemvisay which tells the story of a young girl, named Yuri James, and a young boy, Ryoma Evans; two star-crossed lovers who find themselves knee-deep in the machinations [...]

NEW #POETRY REVIEW of THE MERMAID’S VOICE RETURNS IN THIS ONE by Amanda Lovelace

Amanda Lovelace's Women Are Some Kind of Magic series include some of my all-time favourite collections of poetry. The Princess Saves Herself In This One and especially The Witch Doesn't Burn in This One are two of my all-time favourite poetry collections. Lovelace is somehow able to grasp the reader's heart in one hand with [...]