Thorn – Stefan Plesoianu

Genre: Contemporary Fiction Pages: 220 My Rating: ☆☆☆☆/5 POTENTIAL TRIGGER WARNINGS: Alcohol consumption, drugs, sex, depression, loss / grief. Synopsis: Jaded ahead of his time, Seven looks to fulfill his ambitions of becoming a successful writer. Not exactly full of hope and often lackluster, he tries to make something of his life despite interferences fromContinue reading “Thorn – Stefan Plesoianu”

One Night Only – Catherine Walsh

Genre: Contemporary | Romance Pages: 314 My Rating: ☆☆☆☆/5 Synopsis: Who could have predicted this? Being at the same wedding. In Ireland. There’s a reason one-night stands are one-night stands. You’re not supposed to see each other again, especially not when you’re the maid of honor, and he’s the groom’s brother… Sarah Anderson has never beenContinue reading “One Night Only – Catherine Walsh”

Aestus: Book 2: The Colony – S.Z. Attwell

Genre: Sci Fi | Climate Fiction | Dystopian Pages: 560 My Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆/5 Synopsis: “An underground city. A deadly project. And an Intelligence agent who can help Jossey take down the City…if she can trust him again. Jossey grew up believing the Onlar, creatures of the aboveground, were monsters. But when they kidnapped her, sheContinue reading “Aestus: Book 2: The Colony – S.Z. Attwell”

Author Interview – Simon Van der Velde

Backstories by Simon Van der Velde was the first compilation of short stories I’ve ever read and I absolutely loved it! There was an element of guessing to each story – trying to work out who the famous (or infamous) protagonist was and I found it a genius book! It kept me entertained and alteredContinue reading “Author Interview – Simon Van der Velde”

Lying With Lions – Annabel Fielding

AD – PR Product – NetGalley book Genre: Historical fiction Pages: 233 My Rating: ☆☆☆/5 TRIGGER WARNINGS: death of a child, murder, arson, rape, sexual assault, misogyny. Synopsis: Edwardian England. Agnes Ashford knows that her duty is threefold: she needs to work on cataloguing the archive of the titled Bryant family, she needs to keepContinue reading “Lying With Lions – Annabel Fielding”

*BLOG TOUR* From My Balcony to Yours – Nino Gugunishvili

AD – PR Product – A free copy of this book was given to me in exchange for a place on the blog tour. Genre: Non Fiction | Memoir Pages: 80 My Rating: ☆☆☆/5 Synopsis: “From My Balcony to Yours,” author Nino Gugunishvili shares her personal account during the first several months of the COVIDContinue reading “*BLOG TOUR* From My Balcony to Yours – Nino Gugunishvili”

Author Interview – S.Z. Attwell

This week’s author interview is with the wonderful S.Z. Attwell who wrote the Aestus books. I recently reviewed Aestus: Book 1: The City which was a 5 star read. If you’re yet to read my review, you can do so by clicking here. If you haven’t read these books then you need to as soonContinue reading “Author Interview – S.Z. Attwell”

*BLOG TOUR* The Mismatch – Sara Jafari

AD – PR PRODUCT – A copy of this book was given to me free of charge in exchange for a place on this blog tour and an honest review. Genre: Contemporary | Romance Pages: 368 My Rating: ☆☆☆☆/5 TRIGGER WARNINGS: This book contains themes that some readers might find distressing. These themes include domesticContinue reading “*BLOG TOUR* The Mismatch – Sara Jafari”

Author Interview – Lynn Johnson

After an accidental 3 months away from my author interview series (and blog as a whole), I’m back! The first author back to my blog is Lynn Johnson. You might recognise her name from one of my book reviews earlier in the year; Wartime With The Tram Girls. This was the first wartime saga I’veContinue reading “Author Interview – Lynn Johnson”

Aestus: Book 1: The City – S.Z. Attwell

Genre: Dystopian | Sci-Fi Pages: 706 My Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆/5 Synopsis: “An underground city, built centuries ago to ride out the devastating heat. A society under attack. And a young solar engineer whose skills may be the key to saving her city…if she doesn’t get herself killed first. When Jossey was ten, the creatures of theContinue reading “Aestus: Book 1: The City – S.Z. Attwell”