Thank you to Ella at Jo Fletcher Books for sending me a copy of this stunning novel! Title: Radio Life Author: Derek B. Miller Publisher: Jo Fletcher Books (imprint of Quercus) CAWPILE: 9.00 ★★★★★ I've read a few dystopic novels, but I'm not sure I've ever read one like this. Most of the dystopic novels … Continue reading A Review of…Radio Life *Spoiler Free* (Social Media Blast)
Title: A Girl Made of Air Author: Nydia Hetherington Publisher: Quercus Books CAWPILE: 8.57 (4 Stars) What I'd like to talk about first in this review, is how much I love the use of taste, smell and touch throughout the novel when the narrator discusses her memories. I also appreciated the way that Hetherington has … Continue reading A Review of..A Girl Made of Air (arc) *may contain spoilers* (Part of Blog Tour)
(Note: if you've been following my blog for a while, this review is not written using my COWWT rating) Title: Highfire Author: Eoin Colfer Publisher: Jo Fletcher Books Release date (UK): today! Rating: 4/5 stars I'm going to start this review by saying that I loved the premise of this novel: a vodka and Flashdance- loving … Continue reading A Review of….Highfire *may contain spoilers*(Blog Tour)
Hello my dears, how have we all been? I've been quiet for the last two or so weeks, as I've been getting back into my (novel) writing, having not done much over my first three months of University, but I hope to get back into the swing of posting over the next few weeks; … Continue reading The Single Ladies of Jacaranda Retirement Village by Joanna Nell Review + Giveaway Announcement!
A big thank you Bookbridgr for my copy of this book :D, and Quercus for making it available to them. Chapter One All through that shimmering riverside summer of 1925 there seemed to be only one question on everybody’s lips: who was Blue Camberwell going to marry? ‘Jolly well everybody wants to know!’ squealed Juno … Continue reading Darling Blue by Tracy Rees
Q1 I always love learning what has inspired an author to write their masterpieces, so what inspired you write An Ocean of Minutes? Are there life events that you drew from for parts of it, etc? The most formative experience of my life is that my family moved often, and over long distances, when I was … Continue reading Thea Limb
Hey guys! I posed five questions to Dominic Dulley, author of the amazing Shattermoon, and here are his answers. 1 - Where did you draw inspiration for Shattermoon and the whole The Long Game opera from? I wanted to write an old-school thriller set in space, but with a modern twist. Shattermoon is an adventure … Continue reading Dominic Dulley
Read: 9th - 15th June My Rating: * * * * * Oh. My. Gosh. This book blew my mind! I was instantly hooked from the first page: I love Dominic’s writing style; his characters are vibrant and alive; the world the book is set in is so….I can’t explain it well, it-it’s … Continue reading Shattermoon by Dominic Dulley