Favorite Fantasy Books: The First Half Of 2019

Hey guys, I meant to post this yesterday. I like alliteration. Unfortunately, I also like doing absolutely nothing. Guess which one won out, hahaha....yea I was lazy. Okay so I decided this was only going to be about books released this year that I've read thus far as it's just over the halfway point so… Continue reading Favorite Fantasy Books: The First Half Of 2019

The Sea Refuses No River Blog Tour

  The journey of grief is a strange one and one not often talked about in our everyday reality of this society, but I know what it's like to dive deep, down to the bottom of the wreck, feel the ribs of the wreck, after losing a parent so young in life In this collection,… Continue reading The Sea Refuses No River Blog Tour

The Missing Years Blog Tour

    BLURB She thought she would never go back... Ailsa Calder has inherited half of a house. The other half belongs to a man who disappeared without a trace twenty-seven years ago. Her father. Leaving London behind to settle her mother's estate, Ailsa returns to her childhood home nestled amongst the craggy peaks of… Continue reading The Missing Years Blog Tour

Random Attachment Review

GoodReads: A coming of age, dark, humorous, romantic thriller. A twenty-first century Cinderella. The protagonist, seventeen year old Mia Dent, is overweight, unhappy, dormant at school and a crutch for her alcoholic mother. Together they live on a dangerous West London estate. On route to school one morning Mia spots Flynn Mason; he is the… Continue reading Random Attachment Review

Gemenicia Blog Tour

Summary: The second part of Arthur and Jo’s strange adventures throughout the land of Discoucia, and a time when Archie the Water Goddess has made the ultimate sacrifice to rid the world of her nemesis, Cordelia Paradise, the Fire Goddess. However, things rarely go to plan and Arthur finds himself at war with Archie’s hidden… Continue reading Gemenicia Blog Tour

The Wise and the Wicked Blog Tour

  Synopsis: Ruby Chernyavsky has been told the stories since she was a child: The women in her family, once possessed of great magical abilities to remake lives and stave off death itself, were forced to flee their Russian home for America in order to escape the fearful men who sought to destroy them. Such… Continue reading The Wise and the Wicked Blog Tour

Black Water ARC Review

GoodReads: I killed the boy... Jig loves football and his dog, hates school, misses his granda and knows to lie low when his ma's blitzed on the vodka and tablets. He's just an ordinary boy on the mean streets alongside Dublin's Grand Canal. Streets that are ruled by Ghost and his crew. And now Ghost-… Continue reading Black Water ARC Review

I Will Find You Review

GoodReads Blurb: I Will Find You, a tale of mystery and intrigue which starts in wartime Fenland near Ely and then moves halfway across the globe to Australia. John Taylor's story is colourful, poignant and moving as it charts the journey of young Robbie Spalding and his path from a Dr. Barnardos Home in Cambridge… Continue reading I Will Find You Review