Pick the World “Honduras”

  Hello All, I decided to make a small tour of Honduras and share a couple of pictures which piqued my interests Honduras has a mixed ancestry and would have birthed the Maya. One site I find incredible is the Pyramids in Copanย      However, today, I would like to do something a little…

Read4Review: “Bloodline” by Tara Ellis

Synopsis from ย  I read this R4R piece late October 2014 First of all I would like to thank the author for providing me with a copy ofย โ€œBloodlineโ€ย in exchange for an honest review. I have to admit, I am 50/50 on this one, hence the rating. I liked the novel enough to carry on reading…

Author Interview: Helen Giltrow

Originally posted on Bookaholic Confessions:
? I have a very special guest to welcome to Bookaholic Confessions today, debut author Helen Giltrow. Helen’s novel, The Distance was released in May 2014 and is about to come out in paperback TODAY, click here to get your copy. It sounds like an incredible read and I’m massively…

Wish to Me

Originally posted on Poems and Petals:
A golden key To wish me All the love And success An enchanted Key can bring From my teacher of 1984 โค

Book Review: “The Girl On The Train” by Paula Hawkins

Synopsis from ย  Has anyone ever experienced a train journey being a spectator in other peopleโ€™s lives, just for a brief moment?ย I know I certainly have. Maybe not to the extent of Rachelโ€™s experience in this novel but I can certainly relate. This is my first thriller read this year and thrilling it was. Meet…

Featured blogger: LaChouett meets “The Scholarly Slut”

  Hello all, Please welcome Joy Saint James editor of “The Scholarly Slut” blog andย let’s talk about “Erotica”!!, not the Madonna kind though…the Joy Saint James kind… But before you browse through Joy’s blog, please see Q&As below and enjoy! LaChouett: I absolutely love the name of your blog. How did you come up with…