Guest Post: A Casino for Gods by David E Dresner

Hello! Today we have a very special guest post from David E. Dresner, the writer of ‘A Casino for Gods’ the third book in ‘The Allies of Theo’ series. I hope you enjoyed David’s words as much as I did! Things That Have Inspired Me My collective experiences tell me the common denominator in allContinue reading “Guest Post: A Casino for Gods by David E Dresner”

Blog Tour: Poisoned by Jennifer Donnelly

Synopsis Beautiful Sophie with lips as red as blood, skin as pale as snow, and hair as dark as night, is about to come of age and inherit her father’s throne. But Sophie’s stepmother wants rid of her – beautiful she may be, but too weak and foolish to reign. And Sophie believes her, asContinue reading “Blog Tour: Poisoned by Jennifer Donnelly”

‘Fire Burn, Cauldron Bubble. Magcial Poems’ Chosen by Paul Cookson and Illustrated by Eilidh Muldoon Book Tour

Synopsis From magic carpets and wands to unicorns, potions, creams and lotions, Paul Cookson’s brewing a spell of fantastically magic poems. On this tattered magic carpetYou can choose your destinationFor nothing’s quite as magicalAs your imaginationBeautifully illustrated by Eilidh Muldoon, this enchanting anthology brings together works from a range of classic, establishes and rising poets.Continue reading “‘Fire Burn, Cauldron Bubble. Magcial Poems’ Chosen by Paul Cookson and Illustrated by Eilidh Muldoon Book Tour”

Blog Tour: The White Phoenix by Catherine Randall

Synopsis London, 1666. After the sudden death of her father, thirteen-year-old Lizzie Hopper and her mother take over The White Phoenix – the family bookshop in the shadow of St Paul’s Cathedral. But England is at war with France and everywhere there are whispers of dire prophecies. As rumours of invasion and plague spread, LizzieContinue reading “Blog Tour: The White Phoenix by Catherine Randall”

Again Again by E. Lockhart

I was supposed to do be doing a review of this book today, but unfortunately the book hasn’t arrived in the post and I didn’t have time to finish the book on my Kindle that I only obtained a few days ago (I don’t really like reading ebooks so it’s taking me some time, I’mContinue reading “Again Again by E. Lockhart”

The Sims 4 ‘Grandma’s House’ Speed Build

A Brief Introduction Alright there my lovelies? Welcome to another Sims 4 themed post. You will be seeing a fair few of these from now on, because if you didn’t know, alongside books, The Sims franchise is another great love of mine. I’ve been wanting to do a Sims inspired Youtube channel for years butContinue reading “The Sims 4 ‘Grandma’s House’ Speed Build”

Blog Tour: The Engima Game by Elizabeth Wein

The Review Hello and welcome to my stop on the blog tour, discussing the wonderful book that is ‘The Enigma Game’ by Elizabeth Wein. Before I get into the review and start telling you how wonderful this book is, I would just like to point out a few trigger warnings as this book deals withContinue reading “Blog Tour: The Engima Game by Elizabeth Wein”

Books I want to read now that my slump is over.

I’ve very recently come out of a nearly 2 year reading slump and now I am hipped, hopped hyped and ready to go on catching up on all the new releases and books I have been accumulating during that difficult time. Some of these books are beginnings of series that I’ve been meaning to readContinue reading “Books I want to read now that my slump is over.”

How to stay sane during lockdown

During these strange times that we are currently living in, it is difficult to know what to do with yourself when you suddenly find yourself with so much spare time. You don’t have to do anything, simply existing is enough, but if you find yourself going a little stir crazy staying inside all day withContinue reading “How to stay sane during lockdown”

Scythe by Neal Shusterman Review

Synopsis What if death was the only thing left to control? In a perfect world, the only way to be die is to be gleaned by a professional scythe. When Citra and Rowan are chosen to be apprentice scythes, they know they option but to learn the art of killing. However, the terrifying responsibility ofContinue reading “Scythe by Neal Shusterman Review”