My Favourite Author

My favourite author is Terry Pratchett. I'm pretty sure that he is one of those marmite writers, people tend to love or hate his style of writing. Obviously I love it. He is an award winning author, and most famous for writing the Discworld series which consists of 41 books.   I was extremely lucky... Continue Reading →

The Rig

Blurb Humanity has spread across the depths of space but is connected by AfterLife—a vote made by every member of humanity on the worth of a life. Bale, a disillusioned policeman on the planet Bleak, is brutally attacked, leading writer Razer on to a story spanning centuries of corruption. On Gehenna, the last religious planet,... Continue Reading →

Bookish – Gift Guide

December is nearly upon us...and with that comes Christmas and gift giving. I have put together a little gift guide to try and help stimulate some ideas for gift for friends and loved ones in case you are struggling and also because I have been looking around for gifts for people and I like to... Continue Reading →

Snap Review: Lock Every Door

Blurb No visitors. No nights spent away from the apartment. No disturbing the other residents, all of whom are rich or famous or both. These are the only rules for Jules Larsen's new job as an apartment sitter at the Bartholomew, one of Manhattan's most high-profile and mysterious buildings. Recently heartbroken and just plain broke,... Continue Reading →

7 Random writing tips

I have come to the conclusion that writing is …hard. I find it very hard to be consistent with writing. I also find it hard to focus on writing and tend to procrastinate however, this has lead me to do a fair bit of googling on ‘good writing habits’ or ‘helpful tips’ that other authors... Continue Reading →

Snap Review: Annihilation by Jeff Vandermeer

  Blurb For thirty years, Area X has remained mysterious and remote behind its intangible border – an environmental disaster zone, though to all appearances an abundant wilderness. The Southern Reach, a secretive government agency, has sent eleven expeditions to investigate Area X. One has ended in mass suicide, another in a hail of gunfire,... Continue Reading →

Bookish – Twitter

Twitter is my favourite social media platform. Its a quick news feed you can dip in and out of. You also don't have to (if you don't want to) interact with family and people you knew from school many years ago - which is my main issue with facebook. There is a rich wealth of... Continue Reading →

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