The tale people all thought they knew, but there was so much more to Kore. This book means so much to me I’ve struggled to articulate just how powerful and beautiful it is. But as the wheel has spun to the Equinox, the time of Kore’s descent, I must find my words and give thanks … Continue reading Her Dark Wings- Melinda Salisbury
Tag: YA books
Review & Author Content: Stone by Finbar Hawkins
Today is my turn to celebrate the incredible book that is Stone by Finbar Hawkins, and I’m lucky enough to be hosting a reflection by Finbar himself on grief. I would recommend making a nice drink and maybe a biscuit before settling down, as I had a lot of thoughts and of course, please note … Continue reading Review & Author Content: Stone by Finbar Hawkins
The Beast Hunters – Christer Lende
Be prepared to be swept away into this Female centric YA Journey quest in an enchanted yet dangerous landscape with an Old Western meets Nordic saga warrior wanderers for hire feel with just a dash of Scandi-noir as the trio investigate strange happenings.
Every Line Of You by Naomi Gibson.
Hackers, Hacker, Weird Science, Electric Dreams…. can Consciousness have a conscience? When I was invited to join the Every Line Of You readalong on Instagram I was so excited. I have a peculiar fondness for coding & AI stories I think perhaps dates back to my brother’s love of Pinocchio as a small boy with … Continue reading Every Line Of You by Naomi Gibson.
Blog Tour: Asking For A Friend – Kate Mallinder
I am so delighted to be taking part in Kate Mallinder’s blog tour for her second teen/YA book Asking for a Friend. Kaye’s debut Summer of No Regrets was a highlight of my reading last year with its exploration of four girls finding themselves and growing over the summer between their GCSEs and starting 6th … Continue reading Blog Tour: Asking For A Friend – Kate Mallinder
Blog Tour: Guest Post by Bex Hogan -Creation Stories of the Isles of Storm and Sorrow
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
Venom- Bex Hogan
Viper was a YA Fantasy highlight of 2019 for me, and it was an ache to wait a whole year for the follow up after seeing Marianne come into her power, take back her autonomy and seize the title of Viper from the man she called father. The wait is certainly worth it as this … Continue reading Venom- Bex Hogan