Book Review- The Assembly by Natasha Brown

This was another Netgalley read and also Natasha Brown’s debut novel. So let’s start with a bit of an overview. Blurb Come of age in the credit crunch. Be civil in a hostile environment. Go to college, get an education, start a career. Do all the right things. Buy an apartment. Buy art. Buy aContinue reading “Book Review- The Assembly by Natasha Brown”

Book Review – One Will Die by CT Ortega

I have previously read CT Ortega’s debut novel, The Writer and The Throne and really enjoyed it, so I jumped at the chance to review his new novel, One Will Die. BLURB Two different lives…Two different hopes…Only one will survive… Tanel, a quiet poet born into the battle-driven clan of Mil’chama. The heavily trained boyContinue reading “Book Review – One Will Die by CT Ortega”

Book Review and Book Tour – The Case of the Missing Firefly by Chris Mcdonald.

Thanks to RedDogPress for gifting me a copy of Chris McDonald’s new murder mystery novella, The Case of the Missing Firefly and for inviting me to be a part of this wonderful book tour. Blurb The notoriously hard-drinking, backstabbing Stonebridge Radio crew are having their Hallowe’en party on Winkle Island, rumoured to be the mostContinue reading “Book Review and Book Tour – The Case of the Missing Firefly by Chris Mcdonald.”

Book Review – The Family Lie by P L Kane

A scream cut through the night as they watched flames engulf the woodland. Fire ripped through the trees, leaving only charred branches behind. And then they saw it… on the ashen forest floor… was a body. Police officer, Mitchel Prescott answered the phone with a shaking hand. It was the one call he had beenContinue reading “Book Review – The Family Lie by P L Kane”

Book Review – The Ice Coven by Max Seeck

I was gifted this book by Welbeck publishing in exchange for an honest review. I will admit I haven’t read the first book in the Jessica Niemi series, The Witch Hunter, but I feel it hasn’t hindered my enjoyment of the book.

Book Review – The Editor’s Wife by Clare Chambers

This was another Netgalley read I was gifted in exchange for an honest review. My usual genres at the moment have been thrillers, romance or fantasy so I thought I would try something a bit different. So without further ado let’s have a bit of a blurb: Blurb When aspiring novelist Christopher Flinders drops outContinue reading “Book Review – The Editor’s Wife by Clare Chambers”

Book Review – Scythe By Neal Shusterman

This is a trilogy which I have seen around Bookstagram for a long time. Then my amazing brother bought me the complete set for Christmas last year and so I thought it was about time to see what all the fuss is about. So, without further ado here is my review of Scythe by NeilContinue reading “Book Review – Scythe By Neal Shusterman”

Book Review – All Our Darkest Secrets by Martyn Ford

This novel was another one I had the pleasure of reading through NetGalley. So thank you to Netgalley and Amazon Publishing for this opportunity to read and review Martyn Ford’s latest novel, All Our Darkest Secrets. Blurb He’d do anything to protect his wife. But what if that meant making the biggest mistake of all?Continue reading “Book Review – All Our Darkest Secrets by Martyn Ford”

Book Review – Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune

I must admit I haven’t read his first novel, House in the Cerulean Sea. However I have heard so many good things about that novel and so I jumped at the chance to read and review this title through Netgalley. Needless to say I am now biting at the bit to read his previous title.Continue reading “Book Review – Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune”

New Podcast Episode Out Now!!

Episode 3 of Speaking LITerally Podcast is now live. We had so much fun with this one as we interviewed military veteran turned self published author, C T Ortega. It was an inspiring interview and definitely worth a listen. CT Ortega retired from his 20 year career from the military last May and has sinceContinue reading “New Podcast Episode Out Now!!”