Hi everyone, it’s been a while since I’ve posted a book haul and also a while since I’ve been properly active in the blogging community, apart from a few pre-scheduled posts. I hope you’ve enjoyed the posts I’ve put out during my absence, including the recent (and very first on this blog) author interview. I’ve not been very active lately due to health issues. I don’t want to bore you guys, but I’ve not been very well lately, been having a lot of doctor appointments and, well, I’ve just been very unwell 😦 . It’s affected my blogging, and I want to apologise to everyone who’s been waiting for reviews from me, I’ll be getting to them as soon as I can. I don’t know how long it will be until I’m fully well again, but I just wanted to give you an update in case anyone was worried why I’ve sort of disappeared off social media and that ❤
In the meantime, I wanted to share this wonderful book post I got a couple of weeks ago from the very kind people at Walker Books. It’s a little late but these are books that have all come out this month and I’ll be reviewing them here as soon as I can. Let me know which books out of these interest you 🙂
Here are some picture books (descriptions from Walker Books email to me):
Title: The Pets at Primrose Cottage: Part Four No Place Like Home
Author: Sheila Norton
Publisher: Ebury Digital
Description: With Emma’s past threatening to ruin her life in quiet Crickleford, she’s running out of options. If people – especially Matt, her reporter friend – find out her secret, it might force her to leave the place she’s come to think of as home.
When flooding strikes the town while Emma is looking after an elderly couple’s dog, she has to take her biggest risk yet – but could this be the one that blows her cover for good? And if it does, can Crickleford – and Matt – ever accept Emma for who she truly is?Read More »
Description: Jabari watches the other kids jumping off the diving board. “Looks easy,” he says.
But when Jabari’s turn comes, he squeezes his dad’s hand. The diving board is high…and maybe a little scary.Read More »
Description: DARIO HEYWARD KNOWS ONE THING He’s never going back to Moldavia Studios, the iconic castle that served as the set, studio, and home to the cast and crew of dozens of cult classic B-horror movies. It’s been three years since Dario’s even seen the place, after getting legally emancipated from his father, the infamous director of Moldavia’s creature features.
But then Dario’s brother invites him home to a mysterious ceremony involving his father and a tribute to his first film–The Curse of the Mummy’s Tongue. Dario swears his homecoming will be a one-time visit. A way for him to get closure on his past–and reunite with Hayley, his first love and costar of Zombie Children of the Harvest Sun, a production fraught with real-life tragedy–and say good-bye for good. But the unthinkable happens–Dario gets sucked back into the twisted world of Moldavia and the horrors, both real and imagined, he’s left there.
With only months to rescue the sinking studio and everyone who has built their lives there, Dario must confront the demons of his past–and the uncertainties of his future. But can he escape the place that’s haunted him his whole life?Read More »
Today I’m very pleased to announce an interview with Derek Milman, author of the much anticipated ‘Scream All Night’ a contemporary YA with a dark comedy twist. The book is out on the 24th July, I’ve already been lucky enough to read it and will be sharing my views (they’re very positive) very soon. But first an interview with the author himself 🙂Read More »
Description: Imagine if, on an ordinary day, war came and turned your town to rubble. Imagine if you had to make a dangerous journey all alone, with no welcome at the end. Imagine you had lost everything and everyone, and then a child, just like you, gave you something small but very, very precious…Read More »