Book Review: “Kick The Moon” by Muhammad Khan

Ilyas’dreams are forfeited even before he can fully contemplate them. Teenage years are hard enough to navigate but it is even worse when you expect to be everything to everybody else but yourself. To please his father, Ilyas hangs out with his boys aka DedManz, even if Imran, their leader is a questionable character and…

‘Black Enough’ edited by Ibi Zoboi – Preview

  Hello all, I would normally write loads to accompany a book but the videos speaks for themselves. It does feature the US cover but you can scroll down to see the UK cover in other videos. ‘Black Enough’ is a collection of stories about being young and black in America and is edited by…

My stop on the ‘Slay on Tour’ by Kim Curran

Hello everyone, We all have our own demons to deal with, although ‘Slay’ do it full time while touring in front of adoring fans…in the books at least. While we may not be as well equipped as the boybands, Kim Curran gives us some tip for slaying our own demons. Enjoy!   Ten tips on…

Book Review: ‘Paper Avalanche’ by Lisa Williamson

You’re fourteen, you should be thinking about school and hanging out with your friends. But instead, you are being suffocated by a secret you’re trying to safeguard the best you can, one your mother is determined on feeding some more with an ever-growing pile of hoarded things that she buys and never uses. Her addiction…

My “Two Dark Reigns” by Kendare Blake post + Giveaway

Hello everyone, Welcome to the #3DCourt. Today I have an extract from the “Two Dark Reigns” to whet your appetite. Follow the tweet below if you want more. “The girl walks slower to the south wall, where three more have gathered to restore Queen Shannon’s mural. The original painter captured the queen exceptionally well. Her…