Spotlight for The Other Side o..

Posted August 25, 2021 by brokengeekdesigns in blogtour, spotlight / 0 Comments
Spotlight for The Other Side of Whale Road by K. A Hayton

Author: K. A. HaytonTitle: The Other Side of Whale RoadPublisher: Lightning BooksPublication Date: 2 September 2021Genre: Teen Historical FantasyComments: I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review from The Write Reads and the author. All opinions are my own and are in no way influenced by travelling in time. Synopsis HOW […]

Book Review for Dragon by Midn..

Posted August 14, 2021 by brokengeekdesigns in blogtour, Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review for Dragon by Midnight by Karen Kincy

Author: Karen KincyTitle: Dragon By MidnightPublisher: IndependentPublication Date: 1 Sept 2021Genre: Fantasy YAComments: I was given an ecopy in exchange for an honest review from turn the page tours and the author. All opinions are my own and are in no way influenced by threats of transfiguration. Or tea without milk. Synopsis When the clock […]

Blog Tour for The Hand of The ..

Posted August 12, 2021 by brokengeekdesigns in blogtour, spotlight / 0 Comments
Blog Tour for The Hand of The Sun King by J. T. Greathouse

Author: J. T. GreathouseTitle: Hand of the Sun KingPublisher: GollanczPublication Date: Aug 5th 2021Genre: FantasyComment: I was given a free ecopy in exchange for an honest first impression. I have not been influenced by Magical scarring. Synopsis My name is Wen Alder. My name is Foolish Cur. All my life, I have been torn between […]

Book Review For Always Never, ..

Posted August 9, 2021 by brokengeekdesigns in blogtour, Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review For Always Never, Rarely Sometimes by Alexander Raphael

Author-Alexander RaphaelTitle- Always Rarely SometimesPublisher- Independently PublishedPublication Date- Jan 2021Genre-Short StoriesComment- I was gifted a free copy via Rachels’s random resources and the author in exchange for an honest review. All views are my own and I promise I’m not lying to impress you. Synopsis Always Never, Rarely SometimesAn aspiring magician who gets a sinister […]

Book Review-The Day We Die by ..

Posted August 1, 2021 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 2 Comments
Book Review-The Day We Die by Autumn Bluestone

Title: The Day We DieAuthor: Autumn Bluestone (Branded, #1)Publication date: August 26th 2021Genres: Dystopian, Young AdultComment: I was given a free ecopy by the author and Giselle of Xpresso book tours in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and in no way influenced by the Masters. Trigger Warning: Suicidal Ideation. Violent content. Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/57965665-the-day-we-diePre-order:Amazon: https://amzn.to/34aNzsx […]

Book Review for Hector (D. M M..

Posted July 29, 2021 by brokengeekdesigns in blogtour, Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review for Hector (D. M Mullan’s curious tales)

Title- D.M. Mullan’s Curious Tales: HECTOR Author- D. M. Mullan (Illustrated by Kirsteen Harris-Jones Publisher- Tiny Tree Children’s Booka Publication Date- 22nd July 2021 Comment: I was given a copy for free in hopes I’d be enthralled No one held a gun to me or told me I’d be mauled If I didn’t find dear […]

Book Review for What Dreams we..

Posted July 25, 2021 by brokengeekdesigns in blogtour, Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review for What Dreams we Had by Phill Featherstone

Title- What Dreams we had Author- Phill Featherstone Publisher- Opitus Books Publication Date- May 2021 Comment- I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review from @Lovebookstours and the author. All opinions are my own and in no way influenced by sketchy Italian talent agents. Trigger Warnings- Mentions sexual abuse of a minor/ […]

Sense and Sensibility

Posted July 18, 2021 by brokengeekdesigns in blogtour / 0 Comments
Sense and Sensibility

As anyone who has read my blog for any amount of time knows, I have a huge thing for Pride and Prejudice. I love the book. I love the sequels and prequels, the fanfiction and the adaptations. I love the movie and the BBC dramas and everything about it. But what about Sense and Sensibility? […]