To Be Taught if Fortunate Review

  GoodReads: In her new novella, Sunday Times best-selling author Becky Chambers imagines a future in which, instead of terraforming planets to sustain human life, explorers of the solar system instead transform themselves. Adriane is one such explorer. As an astronaut on an extrasolar research vessel, she and her fellow crewmates sleep between worlds and… Continue reading To Be Taught if Fortunate Review

Indie Spotlight #2

  Here we are, the second Indie Spotlight! This comes out a difficult time, I know people are worried and anxious, places locked down and many in quarantine or self-isolation, but I hope that you are able to at least get some reading done and if possible spend time with pets/family, or even just binging… Continue reading Indie Spotlight #2

The Shadow Prince – Blog Tour

Hey guys, hope everyone is doing alright, I'll be doing another blog tour post today, yesterday was the last day I needed to spend deep cleaning the old place [and filling in nail holes lol because I love to hang up pictures]. This means more time back on bloghopping and everything else because I won't… Continue reading The Shadow Prince – Blog Tour

The Birthday House – Blog Tour

    BLURB: The year is 1955, the location picturesque Devon. In a house by the River Dart, schoolgirl Josephine Kennedy posts invitations to her twelfth birthday party – a party that never takes place. Horrific violence is committed that night in the family home, leaving all of its occupants dead.  Based on a disturbing… Continue reading The Birthday House – Blog Tour

A Different Time – Blog Tour

    Hey guys, there are three blog tour posts today. Why? Because I'm an idiot and don't always remember the tours I sign up for, or apparently the dates for them. Anyway this first one up is one for part of 'The Write Reads' as they're doing another ultimate blog tour! GoodReads:  Keith Nolan… Continue reading A Different Time – Blog Tour

Blitz Writing ARC Review

GoodReads: Emerging out of the 1940-1941 London Blitz, the drama of these two short works, a novel and a memoir, comes from the courage and endurance of ordinary people met in the factories, streets and lodging houses of a city under bombardment. Inez Holden's novella Night Shift follows a largely working-class cast of characters for… Continue reading Blitz Writing ARC Review