21% Monster by PJ Canning

21% Monster PJ Canning

What started off as a fun adventure thriller, 21% Monster by PJ Canning turned into something beautifully inclusive, existential and empowering with its subtle commentary on the ways we are different, whether it physically, neurologically or indeed our experiences are what make us powerful not only as individuals but as a species.  Fans of Alex … Continue reading 21% Monster by PJ Canning

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The Memory Thieves – Darren Simpson

The memory thieves by Darren Simpson

I'm delighted to be celebrating and cheering on The Memory Thieves today. Darren Simpson changed the landscape of children’s literature with his stunning debut Scavengers, and his second book The Memory Thieves incredibly, may be even better.  Ignorance is bliss… What you don’t know can’t hurt you…If you hold on to your history you let … Continue reading The Memory Thieves – Darren Simpson

Blog Tour: Guest Post by Bex Hogan -Creation Stories of the Isles of Storm and Sorrow

Venom Bex Hogan blog tour

I am delighted to be taking part in the Blog Tour for Bex Hogan's Venom, the follow up to Viper and second book in the Isles of Storm and Sorrow Trilogy. Venom is deeper, darker, faster, harder and tricksier than Viper, and sets us up beautifully aching for the resolution in the finale Vulture (out … Continue reading Blog Tour: Guest Post by Bex Hogan -Creation Stories of the Isles of Storm and Sorrow

Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valour – Ally Carter

This book where Little Orphan Annie meets the Superhero universe is a book that makes me feel like a little kid again. I've always enjoyed superhero films and this is the perfect middle grade novel that draws on both that genre and Ally Carter's experience writing the YA Gallagher Girls spycraft and teenagers series. Imagine … Continue reading Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valour – Ally Carter