National Poetry Day 2017 | Freedom

A short post today, in honour of National Poetry Day 2017 and the theme this year is Freedom. I'm going to write right here, that I never was 'that' interested in poetry. I read it at school, during my English lessons, because I had to. (Sorry!) There's a bunch of posts on twitter and all over … Continue reading National Poetry Day 2017 | Freedom

Shining the Spotlight on… Meg Cabot | Real-life Princess

Happy Wedesday all! Hope you're weeks going well, you're so close to the weekend! October is also just around the corner - can you believe it?! Today I'm carrying on with my Author series by focusing on Author, Meg Cabot. Meg Cabot is an american writer, well-known for her princess diaries series. The Princess diaries … Continue reading Shining the Spotlight on… Meg Cabot | Real-life Princess

Shining the Spotlight on… J. K. Rowling | Magic Master

Hola all! Carrying on with my Wednesdays series, today I'm focusing on author extraordinaire, J. K Rowling. Many of you know her, love her, probably adore her, or most definitely her books - the ever-growing Harry Potter series. What I love about J.K. Rowling is her humble beginnings, especially with her own 'black dog', something … Continue reading Shining the Spotlight on… J. K. Rowling | Magic Master

Held on by a Thread… | The Red Thread | Blog Tour

Good Morning All - how's September treating you? Today I'm taking part in a blog tour for The Red Thread by Dawn Farnham. Originally published in 2007, Monsoon publishers have now re-released it with a new cover. Blurb Set against the backdrop of 1830s Singapore where piracy, crime, triads, and tigers are commonplace, this historical … Continue reading Held on by a Thread… | The Red Thread | Blog Tour

Some Never Stop Looking | Eyes Like Mine | A Review

Happy Sunday all! I'm being super organised this week and getting this blog post written before I head to work today (meaning I wrote it Saturday night and scheduled it *wink*) Today I'm reviewing the debut novel, Eyes Like Mine by Sheena Kamal. Blurb It begins with a phone call. Fifteen years ago Nora Watts … Continue reading Some Never Stop Looking | Eyes Like Mine | A Review