Dracula by Bram Stoker Book Review

Vampires have long been a creature that I found fascinating, both on screen and in books. Surprisingly Dracula had been a book I had not read. I have a lot of vampire fiction, but for some reason Bram Stoker never quite made it. It was only until a friend was getting rid of some of…

How to Stop Time by Matt Haig Book Review

On my many bookshop circuits, I kept coming across this book time and time again. Every time I saw it I would linger and just look at it. It was like looking at perfection. It’s one of the most beautiful covers I’ve seen and definitely one of the most memorable. I was so blown away…

Broken Branches by M.Jonathan Lee Book Review

Before studying publishing at uni, I wasn’t too bothered about who made the book, it was just a little logo at the bottom. But now I’m a little bit more aware of what goes into making a book, I find myself attracted to a book more for who published it. For some publishers, it’s a…

The Angel Alejandro by Alistair Cross Book Review

First off, a huge thank you to Berlin Malcom and Alistair Cross for sending me The Angel Alejandro. I’m a fan of any sort of biblical or supernatural fiction, so when I saw angel I knew I wanted to read it. It’s described as urban fantasy/dark fiction and I could agree with that. There were…