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 “Jinxed” tour by Amy McCulloch

The blurb for this title does not make it justice, this is my opinion of course, but a smart pet is the equivalent of a tamagotchi in my books. I used to own one of those little guys and the novelty wore off with its batteries thankfully pretty quickly. Let me reassure you, Jinxed is…

My stop on the “Shell” by Paula Rawsthorne tour!

  Hello everyone, And welcome to my stop on the #Shell tour.There has been a re-surging trend in classics re-tellings, so when I heard about Shell I could not help wondering how “Frankenstein”‘s Mary Shelly influenced Lucy’s story, so…I asked Paula Rawsthorne and her account that you’re about to read below is fascinating. Enjoy! The…

Book Review: “The Elephant Thief” by Jane Kerr

This is an enchanting story about a young boy who has his life flipped upside down in the blink of an eye. But has he jumped out of the frying pan into the fire? You would hope that anything would be better than surviving from petty thieving or risking to be caught not only by…

My stop on the #Wishbones by Virginia McGregor tour + #GIVEAWAY

Hello everyone and welcome to my stop on the #Wishbones tour. Today I interview Virginia McGregor about her latest title Wishbones. Looking at our exchange, you will find a little insight of what went into writing it. Issues close to many of us and sometimes very difficult to talk about. Enjoy!   1) Could you…

My stop on the Street Song tour with a review!

Hello everyone, And welcome to my stop on the #StreetSong tour. And you can find my thoughts about the book reading my review below. Enjoy!   I have never been a fan of manufactured TV singing contests. Their nature of feeding off the contestants rather than nurturing them has often been a recipe for failure…

My stop on the Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner tour

Hello everyone, And welcome to my stop on the Goodbye Days tour.  There is no denying that this book will bring you face to face with any loss that you will have encountered in life, but it will also help you deal with it.  I’d like to think that if I’d had the chance to…

My stop on the “And When We Ran” by Katy Cannon tour.

Sometimes the right book just come to you at the right time. “And Then We Ran” came to me when I needed to be entertained. A lot of my reads can be a little taxing, so when a tale dealing with serious teen issues told with light voice comes along, you just listen. This book…

Book Review: “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas

What sixteen-year-old Starr witnesses, becomes more than headline news as she sees her life shattering for what many would see as being in the wrong place at the wrong time. A car ride should be uneventful, but that night when Khalil was driving Starr home, they got arrested. White cop, black kids, gun shot, Khalil…

Book Review: “Ink” by Alice Broadway + #Giveaway

This story gives a new meaning to the phrase “I can read you like an open book”.   Leora, a sixteen year old aspiring Inker, is part of a community that lives in the hope of an afterlife where one forever remains amongst the greats as a collection of tattoos acquired over a lifetime, preserved…