My stop on the #FollowingOphelia blog tour

Hello everyone, And welcome to my tour stop. Today Sophia Bennett stops by, and once you are done reading you probably will add 5 more books to your TBR, just as I did. I have a penchant for historical novels, probably to make up for all the history I did not learn when I was…

My Stop on Lisa Williamson’s “All About Mia” tour + #GIVEAWAY

Hello everyone, Today I have the pleasure of opening this fabulous tour with an interview with Lisa Williamson where she tells us a little more about “All About Mia” her recently published second novel. It is my second interview with Lisa and I hope she will come back many more time. Enjoy! 1) Could you…

My Stop on Lisa Thompson’s “The Goldfish Boy”‘s tour!

Hello everyone and welcome to my stop for “The Goldfish Boy” tour. We have all read a book, thought of the characters and even imagined them with precision with eyes closed, but what if your favourite book could be turned into a movie, who would you choose to play the characters you love? Well, here…

Book Review: “Wing Jones” by Katherine Webber

Wing is a fifteen year old teen who like most of the young people in her age group is very familiar with that awkward and uneasy feeling of not quite fitting in. There is no one quite like her at school and her Ghanaian and Chinese mixed heritage is not helping, however living in the…

Book Review: “Unboxed” by Non Pratt

It’s funny how a time capsule has the effect of suspending everything for a while, or at least for the time it is buried. But when unearthed, all who took part in sending a message in a bottle to their future self, or to each other, just come to life…even the dear ones who have…

Book Review: “The Book Of Harlan” by Bernice L. McFadden

The book that taught me a truth that I suspected but never knew for sure. A time period that my mind is too young to fathom, because while growing up, war was a topic for the history books. Although nowadays, social media has made a willing or reluctant witness of every single individual owning a…

Book Review: “The Crown’s Game” by Evelyn Skye

Russian magic…Two words that probably don’t take centre stage together very often, it is however what first attracted me to this book. Unfortunately it did not quite live up to my expectations. I think it was a very ambitious novel with a lot of promise but it just failed take off. That said, it is…