One by One by DW Gillespie #BlogTour

Warning you now do not read this book in the dark or before you go to bed. I was shitting myself if I’m honest Not many things put me on edge but this book managed to do it. Now this isn’t my normal genre of books that I read (I need to read more like […]

Beard blog #1

Just a random blog about beards. There are plenty beards online that look perfect majestic. But they never show the awkward growing that has you looking like a hillbilly. There’s nothing much you can do during this stage. The best thing to do is grin and bear it and let it grow. Using products on […]

Love Delusion #Blog Tour

This book is a follow on from The Gods of Love. You don’t have to read the first book before Love Delusion. As this to me could be a stand alone book. This book covers all the bases so don’t worry. (I’ve got the first book just need to read it 🤣) You start of […]

Newbie Blogger #Repost#

As a newbie blogger I’m doing this as I love talking books but have nobody else to talk to about them. I’m on here to connect with like minded people and discuss new books and read reviews on books that I wouldn’t normally read. Means by book shelf is going to be filling up quickly. […]

Author Q&A: Neil Richards and Matthew Costello Blog Tour

Author Q&A: Neil Richards and Matthew Costello Blog Tour A Shot in the Dark — Mydworth Mysteries #1 This is the fourth instalment in a four-part conversation with the authors: The quick read vibe of both these books and your previous series is very compelling. Do you think novellas are making a comeback? NR: Definitely! […]

The Deaths and afterlife of Aleister Crowley Blog Tour.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR – Ian Thornton Ian Thornton’s debut novel, The Great and Calamitous Tale of Johan Thoms (How One Man Scorched the Twentieth Century, but Didn’t Mean to) was published by Simon & Schuster Canada in September 2013. Harper Collins published worldwide on June 28th 2014 to coincide with the centenary of the assassination of Franz […]

The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso 10/10 #bookbloggerreviews

I was very lucky to find this book on a market stall. I immediately seen the cover and thought I’d have alook at it. I was trying to read the description while also being pulled around from my toddler who wouldn’t keep still. Anyway I bought it plus a few others and returned home shortly […]

Re-using old blog posts?

I was just going through my old posts. I noticed that when I first began I was hardly getting any comments/likes even views. Not that I do now anyway. So I thought I’d re-use my old blog posts to see if that they get any extra abit of attention. Especially now I have more followers […]

500+ followers.

I’ve just realised I never made an appreciation post to say how thankful I am for having this many followers. I do wish I could blog more but 2 children and extra responsibilities at work are taking up most of my time. I do read alot of peoples blogs. They’re all amazing. Thanks again everyone.

Birth of Mortokai by D G Palmer *Publication Day*

    Lets just start this review of with “HURRY UP AND RELEASE THE SECOND BOOK”  please. We meet Daniel Welsh who is a quiet boy, gets bullied and is not well liked. Daniel just plods on with his life but knows he can do something more with it. Little does he know that he […]

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