It occurred to me a while ago that, despite Lumberjanes being one of my favourite comic series ever, I hadn’t talked about it on this blog! I have no idea why. I love this series, and the five campers, to bits. No matter what you are, or what age you are; if you’re looking for… Continue reading Five Reasons to Read Lumberjanes
Today I’m delighted to be sharing my interview with Calista Lynne, whose new title We Awaken was released in July. I was really interested in this book as soon as I’d heard about it, as not only does the magic-laced contemporary story sound really interesting, but this is also one of very few titles I’ve… Continue reading An Interview With Calista Lynne: Author of We Awaken
I’m super excited to be sharing some information today about the National Literacy Trust’s latest fundraising campaign! The Tales and Teapots initiative is a fantastic way to promote reading and simultaneously raise some money for a really awesome cause. It’s also a good excuse to eat cake. So for all of those reasons, I very highly recommend… Continue reading Tales and Teapots: Fundraising for the National Literacy Trust!
Published 9th June 2016 by Hot Key Books. Goodreads Synopsis: When Jill wakes up in a hospital bed with her leg in a cast, the last six weeks of her life are a complete blank. All she has been told is that she was involved in a fatal accident while on a school trip in Italy… Continue reading Book Review: With Malice by Eileen Cook
Today’s post isn’t a conventional review! I was kindly sent a copy of Arthur Braxton, a book I have wanted to read for months, and given that the movie adaptation is out soon (and that this new edition of the book has just published), I thought I would make this review a part-discussion, too! I’ve been a… Continue reading Book Review and Film Discussion: The Drowning of Arthur Braxton
I’m pleased to be introducing Caighlan Smith on the blog today! Read below for her guest post about her process of writing and editing her latest book, Children of Icarus. But first, a little about the book: Over to Caighlan! – You know the concept of binge-watchers? Well I’m a binge-writer. When I’m hooked on an idea I’ll… Continue reading Children of Icarus Blog Tour: Caighlan Smith on Writing and Editing
I am sosososo ridiculously excited to be welcoming Keren David to The Bibliomaniac today, author of one of my favourite reads of last year. David is one of the eight Edge Authors on the blog of the same name. These fantastic writing talents have just released an anthology of short stories – STORIES FROM THE… Continue reading STORIES FROM THE EDGE Blog Tour: Guest Post from Keren David