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Readathon

Getting Ready for #Readathon

Can you believe I’ve being doing Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathons for ten years? I have never quite made the full 24 hours, I think I managed 22 hours one year, but these days I have a good old sleep in the middle. It’s not too…

New Releases

Del Rey Showcase

It’s been a while since I attended a blogger event, but thanks to everything being digital these days, I popped along to the Del Rey showcase today, and oh my, they have a whole bunch of books that are right up my street. The highlights…

Top Ten

Top Ten Books as Crayola Colours

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s fun topic is book titles that would make good Crayola crayon names. I have recreated these ten titles in colour swatches (but click each one to either read my review or see the…

Thriller

Hummingbird Salamander

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book free of charge for review purposes only. Receipt of a book does not guarantee a review or endorsement. My reviews are my honest opinion and are not biased for the purpose of personal gain. Jane Smith, not…

Q+A

Q+A with Susan Earlam

Today I have Susan Earlam on the blog, talking about eco-horror, the environment and her new book, Earthly Bodies.     Hi Susan, could you briefly introduce yourself? Hello. I’m a writer, I live in Cheshire with my family. I started a blog in 2010….

List, New Releases

On My Radar: April

Another month, another massive pile of books to look forward to! As always, dates are based on UK publication and links go to Goodreads to find out more info. *Indicates a title I’ve received a review copy of. 1st Sistersong by Lucy Holland The Outlaws…

Young Adult

You Should See Me in a Crown

When Liz doesn’t qualify for the scholarship she’s been working towards, she is crushed, it was her ticket out of town, where she feels too black, too awkward, too gay and too poor to truly be herself. Campbell, Indiana, has one thing it loves above…