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Shattered Worlds Challenge: A Tale of Two Reapers

Well, I hope I’ve made up for my fail last week by zipping through two Shattered World stories this week. I read Mistress Grim by Jane Redd, and A Reaper Made by Liz Long back to back. It was really … Continue reading

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Shattered Worlds challenge – star-crossed lovers

I’m on a roll, readers. This week I read and reviewed Slayer by JA Armitage and JA Culican with time to spare. When a trainee dragon-slayer and a dragon shifter come face to face there are bound to be sparks. … Continue reading

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Shattered Worlds challenge – that sunny Caribbean sky

I travelled in time and space this week, with Kristy Tate’s The Pirate Episode. It’s a time travel romance which took me to the sunny Caribbean during the American revolutionary war. I loved it! The sense of place was gorgeous … Continue reading

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My free reading challenge: straying outside my genre

I read a lot of YA fiction. Reading is a high priority in my life. I work, I’m a mum, I write books myself (45.5k words through Nanowrimo – whoop!) and I still squash in reading 2 – 3 books a … Continue reading

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Please Release Me

My blog this week is in support of the hugely talented Rhoda Baxter, whose new novel, Please Release Me, is on sale RIGHT NOW! Please Release Me features characters who are all ‘stuck’ in some way, so I’m taking that … Continue reading

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Midsummer Dreams

I’m blogging in support of a friend today, on the topic of dreams. I had a Dream… I dreamed of being a published writer once. Ah, wait, no, I don’t mean a day dream. Of course I had the “dream” of … Continue reading

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The end isn’t in sight

I’m cross and crotchety today. I feel like I’ve wasted my reading time this week on two books that didn’t end. Now, I don’t mean they were long, nor that they were dull. They didn’t end because their writers (and … Continue reading

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Self-medicate with a book

I’ve been feeling down lately. Nothing major, probably due to the gloomy weather, lack of sunlight and Christmas stress. But I’ve also been reading a lot of dystopian fiction which it occurred to me might not be helping. When I … Continue reading

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