What's on the TBR pile?

What’s on the reading pile: Siren’s Call

The indie publishing world is in no short supply of books, that's for sure. But diversity is in short supply and I've got my fingers crossed that indie publishing is going to open more doors for people from every background. I read the work of a lot of white authors. I think I've said this… Continue reading What’s on the reading pile: Siren’s Call

The Anxious Author

3 Best Places for Anxious Authors to Read – The Anxious Author

Anxiety can wreak absolute havoc on our productivity. The plans we had for the week can be flushed down the toilet by a bad day and if you're anything like me, this can have a knock-on effect for days. Feelings of worthlessness can follow us around hand-in-hand with our to-do lists. When that happens, a… Continue reading 3 Best Places for Anxious Authors to Read – The Anxious Author


A Grishaverse Giveaway

Oh wow, is it Friday already? No wonder this year has flown by! Not going to lie, it feels really close to Christmas right about now. I don't mean to offend the Halloween enthusiasts but for some reason September has me thinking about buying presents for the big day. Probably has nothing to do with… Continue reading A Grishaverse Giveaway

Reading Catch Ups

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

We're living in a time when nothing seems real, so it's easy to believe that everything is just a dream. Including the fact that it is now September. I live in London, UK and in the last few months, almost the entire city has realised that they can work from home all the time. Nobody… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 4th – 10th September 2020

Book Reviews, Five Stars

The Faelti – Book Review

Title: The Faelti Author: Rachel Pudsey Genre: Fantasy Rating: Five stars "The three kingdoms are in need of help. War is brewing, and the Faelti are ready to take everything. Abigail Crumble was only seeking to right the wrongs of her wish when she set out to find Levana, Watcher of the Night Sky. The… Continue reading The Faelti – Book Review