Elliot’s mum is ill and his home is under threat, but a shooting star crashes to earth and changes his life forever. The star is Virgo – a young Zodiac goddess on a mission. But the pair accidentally release Thanatos, a wicked death daemon imprisoned beneath Stonehenge, and must then turn to the old Olympian… Continue reading REVIEW: Who Let The Gods Out by Maz Evans
Around a year ago today I published this post. It was all about the 25 things I wanted to do before 25, and written just before I turned 23. Well, in a couple of days, I turn 24 (which means, I’m an proper, PROPER adult now, right?), so I thought I’d do a little update. Here’s… Continue reading Update: 25 things before 25.
This is me and my dog: He’s called Stanley. He hates having his photo taken. He’s scared of water even though he’s a Labrador. If you say ‘sausages’ you’ll have his immediate attention. He LOVES kids. He never barks. CHEESE IS EVERYTHING! He once got a bin stuck round his head. Summer is his favourite… Continue reading My BFF.
I am SO excited for April. First of all, it’s my birthday month, but I’ve also got lots of other fun things planned, AND lots of great books to read. Here’s what’s on my TBR this month: Alba loves her life just as it is. She loves living behind the bakery, and waking up in… Continue reading April 2017 | TBR
This month was a whirlwind of dissertation prep. I have a teetering tower of history books on the side that I need to get through ASAP, but I still managed to make time for fun reading as well. The first book I read this month was England’s Queens: The Biography by Elizabeth Norton. I enjoyed… Continue reading March 2017 | Wrap Up
This post is a little late this month, because I have been spending all of my spare time writing. I started it New Years Day. In January, I wrote half a book. In February, I stalled slightly. I was really happy with everything I’d written so far, but I couldn’t quite work out the ending.… Continue reading Stage 3: Draft 1.5 | Writing
Release date: 6th April 2017 Cruel beetle fashionista, Lucretia Cutter, is at large with her yellow ladybird spies. When Darkus, Virginia and Bertolt discover further evidence of her evil, they’re determined to stop her. But the three friends are in trouble. Darkus’ dad has forbidden them to investigate any further – and disgusting crooks Humphrey… Continue reading REVIEW: Beetle Queen by M. G. Leonard