Book Review: “The Dragon In The Library” by Louie Stowell

The magic of reading captured in a book! Kit could have never imagined in a million years that she would not only have to one day save a library, save the world and become a wizard, and the youngest ever at that. So, it is no accident that on that one particular day, she ends…

#ReadForEmpathy with Patrice Lawrence

Hi everyone, There is no better day than #EmpathyDay to talk about cultivating empathy through reading, and it is in that spirit that I invite you all to join in on Twitter the #ReadForEmpathy movement today June 11th 2019 and answer the call to action: Empathy Day’s calls to action READ – because stories and…

My stop on the “Sing Like No One’s Listening’ blog tour

Hello everyone and welcome to my tour stop Today, I am reviewing “Sing Like No One’s Listening’ by Vanessa Jones. Enjoy! Grieving is difficult and we all do it in our own way, but for Nettie the pain she feels for the loss of her mum is physically manifesting into the loss of her singing…

My stop on the “Summer Bird Blue” by Akemi Dawn Bowman

  Hello everyone and welcome to my stop on the “Summer Bird Blue” tour. Today I have an extract for you, and hopefully it will whet your appetite for the book. Enjoy! Chapter 10   For once it isn’t Poi’s barking that wakes me in the middle of the night—it’s music. I sit up in…

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…