Review: Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams

Blurb: Meet Queenie. Journalist. Catastrophist. Expressive. Aggressive. Loved. Lonely. Enough?A darkly comic and bitingly subversive take of life, love, race and family, Queenie will have you nodding in recognition, crying in solidarity and rooting for this unforgettable character every step of the way. -- Title: Queenie Author: Candice Carty-Williams Publisher: Trapeze, an imprint of Orion, owned by Hachette … Continue reading Review: Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams

Using Spotify for your WIPs!

As a follow up to my post on using Pinterest for your WIPs, I thought I'd talk about how I also use Spotify to help me get into the writing mood. When I set up my profile for taking part in National Novel Writing Month in 2019, I noticed that there was an option to … Continue reading Using Spotify for your WIPs!

Review: When Sadness Comes to Call by Eva Eland

Blurb: Sadness comes to visit unexpectedly. But when you let Sadness in, you'll discover this strange guest is not what it seems... -- Title: When Sadness Comes to Call Author: Eva Eland Illustrator: Eva Eland Publisher: Andersen Press Genre: Children's, Picture Book -- Review: This picture book tells the story of how it's ok to … Continue reading Review: When Sadness Comes to Call by Eva Eland

Review: The Wicked Third Grade Teacher by Ally McCulloch

I was approached by this author to provide an honest review in return for a free copy of the book. Blurb: Rebecca Holden suspects that her third grade teacher, Miss Robinson, is a witch. The only problem is, she can’t exactly prove it. Perhaps all teachers give their students extra homework. But do they all disappear … Continue reading Review: The Wicked Third Grade Teacher by Ally McCulloch