I am delighted to be hosting a stop on the Wolfstongue tour, a book that has touched my heart and evoked the folksy side of my nature, as I am lucky enough to be hosting a reflection on the process of creating the cover by illustrator Anna Tromop, I have not taken quotes from the … Continue reading Blog Tour: Wolfstongue- Sam Thompson. Anna Tromop Reflects on her Cover Design.
Whispers on the wind, the smudge of the unexplained in the corner of your eye, hearing the singing of the trees, the tingles of being a part of something greater in a place of awesome nature, some of us have it, some of us long for it, and for those of us, Melissa Harrison’s By … Continue reading By Ash, Oak and Thorn – Melissa Harrison
Today I am delighted to be hosting this stop on The Corpse Talk: Dead Good Storytellers Blog Tour with bonus featured content from the author & illustrator husband and wife team Adam and Lisa Murphy! When the email for Corpse Talk popped up in my inbox it was an instant yes for us. Bringing to … Continue reading Feature: Corpse Talk: Dead Good Storytellers. Adam & Lisa Murphy
I am so excited to be part of an Event celebrating the publication of Pinocchio by MinaLima in the UK!! If you have glanced at the classic and fairy tale sections of your local bookstore you may have seen the gorgeous previous editions by the MinaLima team including The Secret Garden, The Little Mermaid, Alice’s … Continue reading Blog Event & Giveaway: The Adventures of Pinocchio-MinaLima
#SixforSunday is hosted by Steph at A Little But A Lot. Every week there is a bookish-themed prompt to inspire 6 choices. This month focuses on Taking on the TBR and this week the prompt is Books that have been on your TBR forever Whilst there are plenty of recently published books which are slowly … Continue reading Six for Sunday: Books that have been on your TBR forever
For my childhood favourite Believathon reread there was strong competition from the fantasy and Blyton ranks but Littlefae picked this from the selection and I’m so pleased she did as it was a wonderful read. I loved this book as a child, I totally credit Malorie Blackman and this book with beginning my love of … Continue reading Believathon: Reread a Childhood Favourite – Hacker by Malorie Blackman
This book is so perfect for me. You may have noticed that I have a love for Mythology and folktales and this book is concerned with fairytales across the globe that may not have the same fame and cultural imprint as their more famous relations do, but are still as inspiring and uplifting, some even … Continue reading The Lost Fairytales- Isabel Otter and Ana Sender