Hi guys!I'm so excited this month to be involved with an amazing group of bloggers on the #TommyVCancer blog tour.Children's book author Tommy Donbavand is currently fighting a battle with Throat Cancer. And to support him in his fight, a group of book bloggers have come together to help.Every day throughout the month of June … Continue reading NewsFlash | Tommy V Cancer Blog Tour
Peter Rabbit has been thrown into the current market like a surfer on an on-coming wave. Since published in 1902 Beatrix Potter and her collection of furry friends have never been too far from the spotlight. With a movie released in 2006 titled, Miss Potter depicting Beatrix Potter's life before fame and with the extra push of The National … Continue reading The Curious Tail of Peter Rabbit
thebookseller.comThis has caused quite a stir on Twitter this past week.And has received a mixed number of comments and opinions.If you don't know, Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code was published in 2003 by Transworld and Bantam Books, now a very successful series and movie franchise, The Da Vinci Code has been read by many … Continue reading News in Books | Do We Need To ‘Dumb Down’ Da Vinci?
So I had another blog post planned for tonight but instead, since finishing said book last week, I thought, Hey! Why not actually put your English Degree to good use and actually write a review. And Voila, here it is!If you haven't heard of Gala I'm pretty sure you've been living under a rock this … Continue reading Book Review | Radical Self Love by Gala Darling
Reading has always been a passion of mine, my father has just recently said that I've been reading since I was three, so it's really no surprise that I ended up in publishing (FYI, I work in publishing). Over the years I've read a good few books, some by the same authors and I have a few … Continue reading Them Were The Days | Authors From My Childhood – Jacqueline Wilson