Book reviews and creative discussion

Blog Tour- ‘The Unforgotten’ by Amy MacKinnon

Blog Tour- ‘The Unforgotten’ by Amy MacKinnon

Previously published as ‘Tethered’, but renamed, revamped and re-released on the world as ‘The Unforgotten’, Amy MacKinnon’s book is back to get the audience it deserves! Published by Orion and accompanied by blogtour to highlight just how wonderful this book is, it is available NOW as an eBook for 99p. About the book Clara Marsh isRead more about Blog Tour- ‘The Unforgotten’ by Amy MacKinnon[…]

Novella Review-‘The Little Gift’ by Stephen Volk

Novella Review-‘The Little Gift’ by Stephen Volk

Published by Spectral Press , and available as a Hardback via PS Publishing, and also in eBook format (links to buy below)’The Little Gift’ by Stephen Volk packs a mighty punch. I would contend that the short story and novella art form are still relevant in the day of bloated blockbusters, and that independent press such as theRead more about Novella Review-‘The Little Gift’ by Stephen Volk[…]

Blog Tour- ‘The Couple on Cedar Close’ by Anna Lou Weatherley

Blog Tour- ‘The Couple on Cedar Close’ by Anna Lou Weatherley

This is a wonderful blogtour for Bookouture , who  are promoting psychological thriller, ‘The Couple On Cedar Close’ by Anna-Lou Weatherley and today is my turn. ‘The Couple On Cedar Close’ is published as an eBook on 18/01/19. Link to buy is at the bottom of the page! The story behind the eponymous couple is asRead more about Blog Tour- ‘The Couple on Cedar Close’ by Anna Lou Weatherley[…]

#2019DarkTowerReadingChallenge-Volume 1-The Gunslinger

#2019DarkTowerReadingChallenge-Volume 1-The Gunslinger

‘The man in black fled across the desert and the gunslinger followed.’ With these words, Stephen King begins his epic ‘Dark Tower’ cycle. His fans, or Constant Readers, are embarking on a year long readalong of the 7 volumes (followed by ‘The Wind Through The Keyhole for reasons which will become clear). The number 19 isRead more about #2019DarkTowerReadingChallenge-Volume 1-The Gunslinger[…]

Netgalley Review-‘My Sister ,The Serial Killer’ by Oyinkan Braithwaite

Netgalley Review-‘My Sister ,The Serial Killer’ by Oyinkan Braithwaite

HUGEST of thanks to Netgalley and Atlantic Books for letting me read their Book of The Month for January, and superlative debut,  ‘My Sister, The Serial Killer’ by Oyinkan Braithwaite. This Nigerian set, darkly comic ,feminist novel has such bite, each chapter is sharp, succinct and dripping with atmosphere and culture. Sisters Ayoola and Korede are beingRead more about Netgalley Review-‘My Sister ,The Serial Killer’ by Oyinkan Braithwaite[…]