Amari & the Night Brothers by B.B Alston

Amari and the Night Brothers by B.B Alston

I am DELIGHTED to be taking part in the Ultimate Blog Tour for Amari and the Night Brothers by BB Alston which is quite frankly such an thrilling and fresh take on the magical fish out of water genre that I can hardly hold my excitement in. The crunch of it could be summed up … Continue reading Amari & the Night Brothers by B.B Alston

The Stone of Destiny- Caroline Logan

The Stone of Destiny Caroline Logan

I was so excited when The Stone of Destiny was published by Cranachan Press last year, as soon as I heard the words selkies and Fae I was sold, but there is much more to Caroline Logan’s series The Four Treasures as our journey into her world begins with a quest to retrieve a magical … Continue reading The Stone of Destiny- Caroline Logan

Magical Kingdom of Birds- The Snow Goose by Anne Booth illustrated by Rosie Butcher

Christmas is coming and we are returning to a wintery take in The Magical Kingdom of Birds that I honestly think is the best so far, the plot is thrilling and the kindness and growth throughout us beautiful. Children really resonate with Maya and no doubt warm to her advice to a little Snow Goose … Continue reading Magical Kingdom of Birds- The Snow Goose by Anne Booth illustrated by Rosie Butcher

Believathon Atmospheric or Creepy book- Twister by Juliette Forrest

Earlier in the summer I read Juliette’s second book The True Colours Of Coral Glen which was incredibly atmospheric and creepy and I knew when choosing my prompts for Believathon that Juliette’s writing would be a great fit for the Atmospheric or Creepy prompt. It also fits well into the Magic prompt, and could well … Continue reading Believathon Atmospheric or Creepy book- Twister by Juliette Forrest

Blog Tour & Review: The Pearl in the Ice- Cathryn Constable

I am so excited to be taking part in the blog tour for The Pearl in the Ice which is a epic Coming of Age Quest infused with SteamPunk flavours of Cogheart & Brightstorm with airships and a militaristic outlook, an Edwardian feel from social conventions and fashions yet undercut with an undulating primal whisper … Continue reading Blog Tour & Review: The Pearl in the Ice- Cathryn Constable