Today I’m going to give a lot of love and a big faery pumpkin hug boost to the Amelia Fang series by author/illustrator Laura Ellen Anderson. This series is a faevorite of the entire family and it is a bittersweet note that The Trouble with Toads is the last currently planned in the series. With … Continue reading Blog Tour: Amelia Fang and the Trouble with Toads- Laura Ellen Anderson
OH MY GOODNESS , no strike that OH MY GODFATHERS! Hold Back The Tide is intensely brilliant, absolutely extraordinary, compelling and captivating and it’s an absolute crime that it launched amidst the beginning of lockdown. Melinda Salisbury has been lauded for her court fantasies The Sin Eaters Daughter and Sorrow books but this book takes … Continue reading Hold Back The Tide- Melinda Salisbury
OH MY GOODNESS. Jennifer Killick has created an INCREDIBLE novel in Crater Lake. Packed with horror and heart, monsters and mayhem, crushes and blushes, bullies and besties who must fight for the survival of not only their friends but the whole world. I cannot recommend this highly enough it is just outstanding from start to … Continue reading Crater Lake – Jennifer Killick
I was so excited when I received an early copy of Sticky Pines: The BigWoof Conspiracy as it has everything I would’ve loved as a quirky kid! If you think a young reader would love The X-Files, Eerie Indiana, & Stranger Things this Sticky Pines tale of Lucy & Milo determined to prove there’s something … Continue reading Sticky Pines:The BigWoof Conspiracy – Dashe Roberts
Ok there’s no shortage of horror books out there but these are just a few from MG to YA I have enjoyed and are deliciously creepy or in a few cases scare your knickers off terrifying. For someone who wants to think along with their horror The Maker of Monsters- Lorraine GregoryAlthough a tad more … Continue reading Thrills and Scares for Halloween!
Ok, I like to think that I’m actually pretty good with horror, I admittedly don’t enjoy zombie or those possessed doll/orphan/foster child type films but vampires/monsters, psychological horror, ghost stories, urban legend type horrors have always been fun and not scary for me.... until now. Kate Alice Marshall you shook me with this book because … Continue reading Rules For Vanishing – Kate Alice Marshall
This is not at ALL what I expected from a book that seems to evoke rainbows from the name and colour. I was inspired to read this most of all by the concept of seeing colours more vibrantly and associating colours with mood and people. I’ve always been interested in the concept of synesthesia which … Continue reading The True Colours of Coral Glen – Juliette Forrest