Reading Catch Ups

Reading Round-Up: 18th – 24th December 2020

Happy Christmas Eve! Here in the UK we are having a different kind of Christmas this year. Our government initially told us that over the Christmas period we could meet our families in "Christmas bubbles". But as of Monday, the only day we are allowed to visit our families is the day itself. Because me… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 18th – 24th December 2020

Reading Catch Ups

Reading Round-Up: 10th – 16th December 2020

Don't run before you can walk, isn't that the saying? Apparently that's what I did this week because I'm only halfway through the novel I started. So in order to get a review up in time, I had to resort to short stories again. The shame. Here's my theory on this travesty: I'm still haven't… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 10th – 16th December 2020

What's on the TBR pile?

What’s on the reading pile – Blood Legends Ascension

I don't think I'll ever finish reading vampires. Twilight and True Blood reached their peak during my teen years and we all know that at that age, obsession doesn't go away quietly. That's probably the reason that my upcoming novel Valkyrie Cursed also involves vampires. I love complicated anti-hero types who can - and will… Continue reading What’s on the reading pile – Blood Legends Ascension

Reading Catch Ups

Reading Round-Up: 4th – 10th November 2020

I may have some wonderful, terrifying, life-changing news. As of Monday, I am officially a full-time author! I had plans in maybe two or three years to make this a reality but the pandemic changed everything for me and my husband. He went from commuting to a London office every day to working entirely from… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 4th – 10th November 2020

Book Reviews, Two Stars

Nearly Drowned – Book Review

Title: Nearly Drowned Author: TR Moore Ede Genre: Christian Urban Fantasy Rating: Two stars "Malissa Crop always thought she would live a normal human life. She will soon discover she is wrong; in more ways than one. Maybe normal was always a bit of a stretch, but what does it matter that although she doesn’t… Continue reading Nearly Drowned – Book Review