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Book Review of Tipping Point b..

Posted March 8, 2020 by brokengeekdesigns in bookchat, Bookreview / 1 Comment
Book Review of Tipping Point by Terry Tyler

Title: Tipping Point Author: Terry Tyler Publisher: Amazon Publication Date: 2017 Comment: I bought a copy on Kindle after it was recommended by the author herself. However, all opinions in this review are mine. Synopsis: ‘I didn’t know danger was floating behind us on the breeze as we walked along the beach, seeping in through […]

5 Post-Apocalyptic Novels

Posted January 12, 2020 by brokengeekdesigns in bookchat, Bookreview / 7 Comments
5 Post-Apocalyptic Novels

I love me some End of the World stuff, whether it’s Zombie apocalypse, global epidemic, Armageddon, Rapture, Judgement day, Alien invasion or cosmic joke; basically, anything where the majority of the population dies and I’m all over it. That said things can get a little stale. After all, Resident Evil’s T-Virus is The Walking Dead […]

YALC 2019 Storytime.

Posted August 14, 2019 by brokengeekdesigns in bookchat / 0 Comments
YALC 2019 Storytime.

Warning- includes sarcasm. For those of you who don’t know, YALC is the Young Adult literature convention which takes place annually in London, on the floor above London Film and Comic Con. It’s a fun place where you can go to meet your favourite Young Adult authors, do writers workshops, meet your favourite bloggers and […]

Book Tattoos

Posted June 25, 2019 by brokengeekdesigns in bookchat, Uncategorized / 3 Comments
Book Tattoos

I adore tattoos. I think there is something beautiful and elegant about a well-done piece of art forever etched onto the body. I’m a massive fan of Tattoo Fixers, Ink Master, Bad Ink, LA Ink, America’s worst tattoos and pretty much any other show where they set on you with a tattoo machine and a […]

Broken Books

Posted June 15, 2019 by brokengeekdesigns in bookchat / 3 Comments
Broken Books

When is a book not a book? When it’s been read and loved so often that its pages become softer than skin, when its spine is battered and broken and the only thing holding it together is old tape and memories. Then it’s no longer a book: it’s a treasure. Working in a library I […]