The late nights with a torch under the bed covers and the stolen moments between classes have made us what we are: we are rabid consumers of magical fiction. Our love of these books have made us certain of two things: that we want our own giant libraries, and we want magic to be real.… Continue reading If magic was real, would we actually like it?
Blurb "Selina is a woman with a secret and she has been hiding it for a very long time. With her nieces, she runs Luna's, a nightclub in downtown Seattle, catering to Steampunk and Goth clientele. When someone leaves a body behind her club, she is drawn into a web of mystery and murder. Puncture… Continue reading #BookReview – Moonlight, Roses and Murder by Jazzmyn Storm
Being a kid was tough but one thing made youth all worth it: we could read ourselves into a coma and adults would applaud. Unless it was those adults that wanted us to play outside in a thunderstorm. But generally, if we were in our rooms reading, we weren't buying drugs or annoying our parents… Continue reading 4 Dark Books for Nostalgic 90s Kids
Blurb "Abigail Crumble lives a quiet life in a simple village. And she likes it that way. Yet, on the eve of her sixteenth birthday, Abigail makes the biggest mistake of her life. She wishes on the stars for love without knowing the full impact of her words. Abigail soon finds her life in… Continue reading #BookReview – The Watcher of the Night Sky by Rachel Pudsey
This was going to be a top 5 list, but I've read so many fantastic indie authors this year that I had to make it 6. The indie publishing world is chock full of talent and I'm so lucky to have read their work this past year. A big thank you to Priyasha who has… Continue reading My Top 6 Authors of 2018