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…

A Whole New World by Liz Braswell Book Review

Aladdin and I go way back. One of my first words was Aladdin. My very first word was apparently ‘Toast’. That really says something about me that my first word is me shouting for food! Aladdin is by far my favourite Disney film. I have watched it countless times and I know every word. I’ve…

Truthwitch by Susan Dennard Book Review

A huge thank you to the people at Tor Books UK for giving me the gift of this wonderful book! Have you ever read a book so brilliant, so well written that it feels like it was written just for you? Like the author looked in to your soul, found exactly what make you tick…