Wrap-Up of my 2022 Reading
Children of Memory is an intelligent and inventive science fiction novel with phenomenal characters and an intense storyline.
Author: Various. Edited by Lindy Ryan. Introduction by Christina HenryTitle: Into the ForestPublisher: Black Spot BooksPublication Date: Nov 8th 2022Genre: Horror short storiesBuying link: AmazonDisclaimer: I was given an Earc. I leave an honest review which is in no way influenced by the idea of a house with chicken feet. No siree. Synopsis: A collection […]
Title: The Love arrangementAuthor: Ruby BasuPublisher: HQ DigitalPublication Date: August 17th 2022Genre: Rom ComComments: I received a free copy of the book for this blog tour in exchange for an honest review. My words are in no way coerced due to my childhood nemesis being hot. (He’s not. My childhood nemesis still looks like Frankenstein’s […]
Title: Blue OutAuthor: Miranda StormPublisher: Sigint PublicationsPublication Date: July 4th 2022Genre: YA Fantasy ThrillerComments: I received a review copy from the author. I leave an honest review which is in no way influenced by the threat of being forced to swim 90 lengths. I do not have a Gold swimming badge. I would die. Synopsis […]
Author- John Condon and Julia ChristiansTitle- The best Bear TrackerPublisher- Templar BooksPublication Date- Aug 18th 2022Genre- Picture BookAge- 3+Comment- I received a free copy from Bonnier books and the author. I leave an honest review which is in no way influenced by bears following me through the woods. Synopsis The BEST BEAR TRACKER in the […]
I know I’m late getting this up but the room where I normally work on my computer is hotter than the surface of the sun and even wearing short shots and having a fan pointed at me isn’t enough to make me sit in the room for long enough to edit this. I finally started […]
It’s hard to believe that it has been almost three weeks since YALC 2022 already! I meant to have this post up and running quite quickly but, to be honest, I caught con-flu and have been run down ever since. This year was the first time it had opened since the pandemic started and expectations […]
A Grand Dystopian/Dinotopian feast for the eyes in rich hues with immersive artwork.
As I was in Iceland (the country not the frozen food place) at the end of April I didn’t get around to posting my April Reads last month so I decided to put my April and May together. I’m impressed that it’s taken until this month for me to get behind. I honestly thought I […]