Blurb "True love never dies. For Millicent, a once French noblewoman turned immortal vampire, forever is a long time to live in despair. The love of her life is murdered the night she becomes immortal. Millicent spends her endless night in a melancholy which never ends. Two hundred forty years later, she locks eyes with… Continue reading #NewRelease – Deepest Midnight by Clara Winter
Blurb "Aero trembled as she held the box sealed inside black paper. The dilemma was a difficult one – her mum had told her the box contained secrets she might not be ready for. Once she opened it, there would be no going back… Aero has always felt like a misfit and an outsider. Thankfully,… Continue reading #NewRelease – The Westwood Witches by Sarah Northwood.
Readers’ brains are different. It’s not just a fact, it’s a scientific fact. Studies show that Harry Potter readers are more empathetic and have a better attitude towards marginalised groups, while others prove that readers in general tend to be more intelligent. Yup, your fun, relaxing hobby is making you a smarter, better person. Score!… Continue reading 3 Ways Readers See The World Differently
Twenty years ago we were at the tail-end of the 90s. Have a cry, it’s OK. There, there. Back then, children did childish things and adults did their taxes and bought lampshades. Somewhere in the middle, teenagers decided what they were too old for so they could stop doing it. Then figure out what they… Continue reading Why The Hell Are Adults Reading YA Fiction?
You love your favourites for a reason; they’ve struck a chord with you and you want more. While authors worry that their ideas have all been done before, readers look forward to reading more books about worlds, and themes that they love. There’s nothing wrong with overlapping stories and protagonists. They’re popular for a reason,… Continue reading 4 Book Clichés We Just Can’t Stand Anymore