I read four books in October. I chose a couple of witch themed books for Halloween as it's always fun to do some seasonal reading. How To Hang A Witch is a creepy teen novel set in Salem with witches, ghosts and a love triangle. It was a fun read. The Rules Of Magic is… Continue reading Books read in … October 2018
I was really excited to be asked by the Fabulous Book Fiend to appear on her YouTube channel to chat all about writing, my books, and how I feel about reviews and being published! Here's the video we made - I hope you guys enjoy it: So, what did you think? Any more questions for… Continue reading A Bookish Chat
It's publication week! I'm so excited that my second novel Summer at the Kindness Cafe is being published THIS Thursday. I'm always being asked how readers can help when it comes to a book launch especially when it's an eBook so I thought I'd pop it on here so you can all join in with… Continue reading How can YOU help a book launch?
Here are the books I read in July! I only managed four after the massive Outlander last month threw me off: I had wanted to read We Were Liars for ages and I love this special edition hardback copy. It's a gripping YA read with a hyped twist and the storytelling is very original… Continue reading Books read in July 2017
First of all - happy World Book Day everyone! A perfect day to look back on the books I read in February I think. It wasn't a bumper book month for me. I was concentrating on editing my own book but I managed to read three novels and one non-fiction - a humorous self-help… Continue reading Books read in February 2017
So I read this review of my novel (from this list of the ten most romantic books: http://bit.ly/246MFqP) and it got me thinking about books that have made me cry. Here are my five favourite weepies: Me Before You - Jojo Moyes The love story that will leave you a weeping wreck at… Continue reading Books that make you cry
After You - Jojo Moyes Lou Clark has lots of questions. Like how it is she's ended up working in an airport bar, spending every shift watching other people jet off to new places. Or why the flat she's owned for a year still doesn't feel like home. Whether her close-knit family can forgive her… Continue reading Books read in September 2015