book review, horror

Manners and Monsters by Tilly Wallace

Set during the Regency period, Manners and Monsters introduces an alternate England where mages help countries wage war, and a French curse has turned many noble English ladies into the living dead. Hannah lives in relative obscurity, helping her father in his work to find a cure for the Afflicted, and spending time with her… Continue reading Manners and Monsters by Tilly Wallace

book launch, book tour, children’s fiction, fantasy, interview

Interview with Lindsay J Sedgwick

Iseult: Hi Lindsay, welcome to my blog. I’m so excited about the release of your new book, Wulfie Saves the Planet. I’ve been jumping into old trunks, looking for a way to Lupuslandia so I can get my own wulfen best friend, ever since I read your first Wulfie book. I know you are really… Continue reading Interview with Lindsay J Sedgwick

book launch, children’s fiction

New Release: Wulfie Saves the Planet by Lindsay J Sedgwick

About the book Wulfie returns in Wulfie Saves the Planet, a new story by Lindsay J Sedgwick, illustrated by Rosa Devine. Libby has been assigned a school project on raising awareness about the environment, but she has absolutely no ideas! Lucky for her, Wulfie is full of ideas! Unluckily for her, Wulfie tackles this project with his… Continue reading New Release: Wulfie Saves the Planet by Lindsay J Sedgwick

book launch, book review, book tour, fantasy

Book Tour: The Book Binder’s Daughter by Jessica Thorne

I’m very happy to be part of Bookouture’s books on tour release of this contemporary fantasy by Jessica Thorne. About the book The song surrounded her now, the murmuring of the library insistent, and her foot took the first step on the winding stairs. She knew it wasn’t entirely a dream. It was the library… Continue reading Book Tour: The Book Binder’s Daughter by Jessica Thorne

fantasy

First Line Friday

Tracker School Would you die to keep your secret? Isador has a secret.  Afraid of the adulation from his family and community as one of the chosen few, a Tracker, set to free them from the invaders who oppress them; terrified of being found out and reviled by his peers, the Trackers-Becoming, because he can’t… Continue reading First Line Friday