It was Saturday night and I had the grand idea of writing a blog and postponing it's publishing until Monday. I sat at the keyboard and prepared to mash away the next important topic that came into my skull. The difficulty with that was nothing would come. It was 11pm and I was just after … Continue reading Why writer’s need a break.
Personally, I'm not one of those people. I don't suffer from writer's block, I don't suffer from can't do. I'm one of those people that run headlong into a brick wall and knocks himself out. From a young age, I was always third. Third in every race on sports day in school, third when … Continue reading Writers block
Blood Frost by J.D. Dexter was an interesting take on Urban Fantasy. The first thing you notice when you open the pages is that the book is relevant. The author makes mention of different events and things that help make the book feel like it belongs in this world. On top of that, the … Continue reading Blood Frost: Ankarrah Chronicles Book One – by J.D. Dexter
Where to start with this book. Some people write a book and its a story with a purpose and a plot. They write them in a way that gets you from A to B as quickly as possible and in a way that is high octane for a book. The Firebirds Trail is different. Rather … Continue reading THE FIREBIRD’S TRAIL – by Louisa Dwyer
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Another day another book to read and when I was sent this book for review I tried to cast in my mind another book it was similar to. It reminded me somewhat of "The Hunger Games" with its style of writing and a strong female lead. The way the author puts together the story … Continue reading The Chosen One: An Urban Fantasy Series – by A.J. Riley
Every so often I review another's work and so I had the joy of reading Life is too short - by Niveditha Praveen.