Q&A with No Sad Songs author, Frank Morelli

Earlier this year, I was sent a copy of No Sad Songs by Frank Morelli to review. Now I don’t usually accept review requests anymore; in fact, I never do. As much as I’d love to read all the books in the world, it’s simply no feasible for me to accept every book review request …

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So, you want to start reviewing books?

When I started book blogging, back in 2013, my ultimate aim was to start working with publishers and authors and being seen as a worthy enough book blogger to get sent books to review. Now don’t get me wrong, the free books are not the be-all and end-all of book blogging but having an author …

Guest Post: When Christmas Goes Wrong by Kate Hewitt

If you know me, you’ll know that I’m not a huge lover of Christmas. But today I’m bringing you a guest post from author, Kate Hewitt all about when Christmas goes wrong. And I am totally down for that. All those embarrassing stories and royal cock-ups – those are the Christmas stories Grinchy over here …

Book Review: Afterlife Academy by Jaimie Admans

What it’s about: Even being dead isn’t enough to get you out of maths class. Dying wasn’t on sixteen-year-old Riley Richardson’s to-do list. And now, not only is she dead, but she’s stuck in a perpetual high school nightmare. Worse still, she’s stuck there with the geekiest, most annoying boy in the history of the …

Book Review: Voodoo Child by Janice Horton & author interview

What it’s about: In ‘Voodoo Child’, ex-celebrity UK fashion model Nola and her handsome Haitian husband Louis are expecting their first baby. But as one precious life begins another is about to end. Louis’s beloved old Uncle Sid is dying and has declared his last wish is to see Louis and Nola’s new baby baptised …

Book Review: Getting Rooted in New Zealand by Jamie Baywod & author interview

What it’s about: Craving change and lacking logic, at 26, Jamie, a cute and quirky Californian, impulsively moves to New Zealand to avoid dating after reading that the country’s population has 100,000 fewer men. In her journal, she captures a hysterically honest look at herself, her past and her new wonderfully weird world filled with …