Category Netgalley

In case of breakages… | Option B : Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy | A Review

Happy Summer Solstice guys! It’s currently the longest day here in the UK and probably one of the hottest, well above 30 degrees in some places! And us UK folk, especially me, have no idea what to do in hot weather. So… I just sit indoors with the fan going blogging and reading – perfect […]

Don’t call me… | Sweetpea | A Review

Good evening guys, and if you celebrate, Happy Father’s Day to all the dads, step-dads and dad figures out there! I hope you’ve enjoyed the heat! Today I’m reviewing another Netgalley proof, by the name of Sweetpea. Blurb The last person who called me ‘Sweetpea’ ended up dead… I haven’t killed anyone for three years […]

The Fox was here | We All Begin as Strangers | A Review

Afternoon guys! Today I’m reviewing a Netgalley proof, We All Begin as Strangers. Blurb It’s 1984, and summer is scorching the ordinary village of Heathcote. What’s more, a mysterious figure is slipping into homes through back doors and open windows. Dubbed ‘the Fox’, he knows everything about everyone – leaving curious objects in their homes, […]

I’m blue | Strange the Dreamer (Sample) | A Review

Good afternoon/evening guys, this post is again pretty late today, due to a full-packed work day yesterday and catching up with a bunch of things today – oops! Today I’m reviewing a sample. I was going to review the full proof from Netgalley but unfortunately, due to tech troubles, I’m only reviewing the sample. Also, […]

Travelling with the Current | Sea | A Review

A later review today guys, I think summer as finally hit the UK, with a bit of a heat-wave, something which us red-heads (or me definitely) do not like! So I’ve taken to hibernating indoors with the fan on. Does mean I can catch up on my reading though! Today I’m reviewing yet another Netgalley […]

The Boy Hiding From the Camera | The Two O’Clock Boy | A Review

Good afternoon guys! A later post from me today, but isn’t the weather gorgeous?! More so than it has been these past few days! Today I’m reviewing another Netgalley proof, something which I downloaded a while ago and never really got round to reading. However, when in landed on the top of my TBR pile, […]

Forever chasing… | Always and Forever | Blog Tour

As I will mention in my blog post on the 20th of May, I was approached by Aria publishing about taking part in a blog tour for a couple of books, this was the first one. About the Author: Siân was born in Ireland, is an RTÉ radio producer and lives in the seaside suburb of […]