Books · Horror · Review

Book Review: Choosing A Master by S M Perlow

I am so into vampires at the moment. I got the Buffy the Vampire Slayer box set for Christmas and the Angel box set for my birthday. And, to top off my recent obsession, I just read a really great vampire story. Choosing a Master by S M Perlow tells the story of three main… Continue reading Book Review: Choosing A Master by S M Perlow

Books · Non-fiction · Review

Book Review: No Fourth River by Christine Clayfield

I love to hear people's' stories. I like to know where they came from and who they are. These stories don't necessarily have to be told face to face, hence I love a good non-fiction/biography/autobiography. Out of all the stories I am told, there are some which just blow me away. Like that of Christine… Continue reading Book Review: No Fourth River by Christine Clayfield

Books · Dystopian · Review

Book Review: Assassin 13 by Tom Reppert

Time travel, assassins, the Mafia and old Hollywood glamour? Yes, please! Assassin 13 by Tom ReppertĀ isĀ a time travel thriller set in a dystopian future and 1927 Hollywood. Lauren Ramirez, an Assassin 13, which means she's the best at her profession, is betrayed by her employer, the President of the United States, when she takes a… Continue reading Book Review: Assassin 13 by Tom Reppert

Review · Thriller · Uncategorized

Book Review: A Perfect Marriage by Alison Booth

If books like Behind Closed Doors, The Couple Next Door and The Best Day Ever are some of your favourite books, then you just HAVE to read on! A Perfect Marriage by Alison Booth centres around Sally Lachlan who has been haunted by a dark secret for the last ten years. When a chance meeting… Continue reading Book Review: A Perfect Marriage by Alison Booth

Books · Review

Book Review: Hardened Hearts edited by Eddie Generous

Short stories seem to be on my radar lately. To be honest, they are something that I tend to avoid when I can because they don't leave me with the same satisfaction that a 300+ pager can. But, I love Theresa Braun and when she asked me to review a short story collection she was… Continue reading Book Review: Hardened Hearts edited by Eddie Generous

Books · Non-fiction · Review

Book Review: What Dad Became Joan: Life With My Transgender Father by Cath Lloyd

When I am contacted with offers of books to review, I take two things into consideration: would I like this book myself and is it a book I want to share with my readers. I especially consider the second point if the book has a story to tell, particularly if it is a real life… Continue reading Book Review: What Dad Became Joan: Life With My Transgender Father by Cath Lloyd

Books · Review · Self-help

Book Review: Something Changed: Stumbling Through Divorce, Dating and Depression by Matthew Williams

I'm a sucker for a self-help book, I admit it. I don't care if you think they are cheesy, pointless or filled with regurgitated rubbish. When I become low and it gets hard to see the positive in anything, they often help. Even if, after pages and pages of nothing, just one line gives me… Continue reading Book Review: Something Changed: Stumbling Through Divorce, Dating and Depression by Matthew Williams