Reading Catch Ups

Reading Round-Up: 12th – 18th June

Blessings in disguise are definitely a thing. This week, my disguised blessing was severely spraining my ankle on the way home from work. The swelling was the size of a tennis ball and over the week, it's gone through every colour in the rainbow. At work, I'm on my feet all day so naturally, I'm… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 12th – 18th June

Book Reviews, Five Stars

Spells & Ashes – Book Review

Title: Spells & Ashes Author: Kim Richardson Genre: Urban Fantasy Rating: Five stars "Are you ready for a new kind of witch? My name is Samantha Beaumont and I’m a witch. But I’m not your average dark witch. I specialize in Goetia—the ancient art of conjuring demons—and exorcisms. That’s right. I hunt and banish demons… Continue reading Spells & Ashes – Book Review

What's on the TBR pile?

What’s on the reading pile: A Song of Wraiths and Ruin

There are some days I log onto Twitter and feel like the world is ending. I don't want to talk about politics on this blog. We're here to talk about books and how much we enjoy them, not the state of the world. I mean, we read to escape all that, right? But I do… Continue reading What’s on the reading pile: A Song of Wraiths and Ruin

The Anxious Author

3 Ways to Stay Imaginative in Lock-Down – The Anxious Author

New experiences are what get our Anxious Author brains buzzing. As well as being big readers, us Anxious Authors have a tendency to enjoy experiences over material things. That rush of adrenaline we get from seeing something amazing for the first time sets the cogs turning for a new story. No matter how many stories… Continue reading 3 Ways to Stay Imaginative in Lock-Down – The Anxious Author

Reading Catch Ups

Reading Round-Up: 5th-11th June 2020

Ugh, ever have a week that you really wish was over? Trying to get on with your life and reach your goals when conflict is throwing itself at you is hard. The only saving grace for weeks like this is that difficulties make us stronger. Sounds cliche but that notion is sometimes the only thing… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 5th-11th June 2020