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The Night Circus: Erin Morgenstern

I like to call myself an aspiring fiction writer, although some days are better than others when it comes to productivity. My current project is an experiment in magical realism, and for research, I picked up a handful of books well-known in the genre. 596 more words


'Paris Syndrome' release day and launch

It’s always a moment of mixed emotions when a book goes out into the world, but ‘Paris Syndrome’ is particularly special.

‘Paris Syndrome’ is my first book with a young adult protagonist. 150 more words

Lisa Walker

Book Review: Ballad for a Mad Girl by Vikki Wakefield

Ballad for a Mad Girl has everything you could want in a book. Mystery, suspense, secrets, intrigue, and a touch of the supernatural. Add to that well-drawn characters, great prose and an Australian setting and you have a thoroughly enjoyable read. 153 more words

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A crucial moment in my new novel, What’s Left, occurs when her uncle Dimitri tries to convince her father-to-be to quit his career and move in with them, without actually offering him an income or much else. 154 more words


The Queen's Rising - Rebecca Ross


– 3/5 (Good)

Release Date: 6 February 2018 (USA), 8 March 2018 (UK)
Publisher: HarperTeen (USA), HarperCollins Children’s Books (UK)
Genre: Young adult, fantasy

How I read it:  1,062 more words

Review: The Taste of Blue Light

Title: The Taste of Blue Light
Author: Lydia Ruffles
Publisher: Hodder Children’s Books
Format: E-ARC via Netgalley
Publication Date: 8th February 2018 (UK Paperback)
Rating: 520 more words


Amelia Fang and the Unicorn Lords

Please note that this review may contain spoilers for Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball. You can read my review of this novel .

Amelia Fang and the Unicorn Lords… 1,150 more words

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