Such exciting news, the sequel to this book, The Raven Coven, is set to release on 27th May, so I figured now would be a great time to post a review for book one. This way anyone who hasn’t read it yet can dash away and get caught up on the antics of the Walkers… Continue reading The Raven Tower by Emma Miles – Review
Today I’m reviewing There’s No Place Like Hell by Janis Hill. Big thanks to NetGalley, Hague Publishing and Janis Hill for the copy of the ebook for review. Blurb: Stephanie Anders is facing her hardest task yet: saving the soul of an enemy. To do this she must make deals with demons, argue with reapers,… Continue reading There’s No Place Like Hell by Janis Hill – Review
Check out Book Blogger Hop! So this weeks Book Blogger Hop question is: Do you use NetGalley (Or Edelweiss?) I have only recently joined NetGalley, so I'm still getting to grips with it and exploring the site, but I love the idea behind it. It's such a great way to get early readers for new… Continue reading Book Blogger Hop – Do You Use NetGalley?
It's Friday again! And you know what that means, time for another F Is For Friday post! Lyn over at NomadicWorlds is the brains behind this one, you can check her out here. F-Feature your latest book obsession: I don't think I have a book obsession right now! My reading has actually been taking a bit… Continue reading F Is For Friday
Check out Book Blogger Hop! So I've just discovered this weekly blog hop post and it's sparked my interest, so even though it's late in the week for this particular prompt, I'm going to run with it! This weeks question was: Do you buy all your books? Do you keep them all? I… Continue reading Book Blogger Hop: Do you buy all your books?
So I finally took the plunge and joined NetGalley, which has plunged me further into the black abyss that is my TBR pile. But hey, there’s no such thing as too many books, right? This is my first read from NetGalley, so big thanks to them & the publisher for providing the ebook for review!… Continue reading Shadow Of The Fox by Julie Kagawa – Review
This is pretty far out of my normal reading comfort zone, but today I’ve got a little review of Summerland by Hannu Rajaniemi for you all. Blurb: How do you catch a spy who's already dead? In 1938, death is no longer feared but exploited. Since the discovery of the afterlife, the British Empire… Continue reading Summerland by Hannu Rajaniemi – Review