Cat Ellington’s review of Watching You: A Thrilling Short Story

Watching You by Gemma Halliday My rating: 5 of 5 stars Crafitily written and surprisingly gripping, Gemma Halliday’s Watching You is thirty-two pages of intriguing, alluring, and captivating suspense that throws the reader one helluva curveball! Set in a hot and humid San Francisco, the swiftly-paced plot swelters in a sauna of vengeance, obsession, voyeurism,

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Review: Perennials by Juile Cantrell

            Synopsis: When two estranged sisters reunite for their parents’ 50th anniversary, a family tragedy brings unexpected lessons of hope and healing amid the flowers of their mother’s perennial garden. Eva—known to all as Lovey—grew up in Oxford, MS, surrounded by literary history and her mother’s stunning perennial gardens. But a garden

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The Dragon Seller by FG Ferrario

In near future America, genetic engineering creates little pet dragons. Jack keeps, breeds, and sells dragons. Small, vegetarian, fruit-obsessed dragons. Until one day an unusually valuable egg is left in his hands, and what comes out of it is rather bigger. This is a fun story and an easy read, decently written and well-edited. The

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A Short History of Drunkenness by Mark Forsyth (Book Review)

Sent to me by Penguin Viking UK in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 02/11/17 Publisher: Penguin Viking UK ISBN: 978-0241297681 Format: Hardback, 256pp Genre: Non-Fiction Rating: 4.5/5 Summed up in a word: Inebriation First Impressions Mark Forsyth is one of my main go to authors for Non-Fiction. His work on Etymology is outstanding and I……

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Book Review: A Court of Thorns and Roses Series by Sarah J. Maas (6/5)

Genre: YA Fantasy (Let’s be real, It’s NA. The protagonist is 19 and it’s about her finding her way through the world of adults with soft-erotica moments.) Copyright: 2015, 2016, 2017 Yeah, so, while waiting for Maas’s Tower of Dawn (Throne of Glass series) to arrive via inter-library loan, I decided to give her other

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How Not To Be a Boy by Robert Webb (Book Review)

Sent to me by Canongate in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 29/08/17 Publisher: Canongate ISBN: 978-1786890085 Format: Hardback, 336pp Genre: Non-Fiction Rating: 5/5 Summed up in a word: Poignant First Impressions I was keen on reading How Not To Be A Boy for many reasons. Not only am I a massive Robert Webb fan but……

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The Butterfly Child, by Deborah Ann Gordon (Fantasy Review)

The Butterfly Child, by Deborah Ann Gordon is the thrilling sequel to Dark Matter, a gripping medieval style Fantasy-Romance. Young Belinda begins her harrowing journey into motherhood when she conceives the prophesized Butterfly Child, for which this tale is named. It is said that a child born of a mortal mother and immortal father will lead the immortal

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Kings of Paradise by Richard Nell

This dark, gripping epic fantasy sets two exceptional young men on a world-changing collision course. From the start, it’s obvious this is going to be a dark fantasy, and also rather a good one. Two separate narratives follow the stories of Ruka, a twisted genius who has to fight for life in his harsh country,

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