Okay, so I’m taking a bit of a break from reading at the moment. Well, at least from reading published … More
And we’re back! I’m happy to say I’ve started the year as I mean to go on by reading a … More
It’s that time again. Well, technically it’s past that time, I’ve been crazy busy the last week and haven’t had … More
Question: What do you get if you put a whole load of young adult authors, agents, publishers, books, freebies, goodies, … More
Thinking she’s being exiled to a summer camp for troubled kids Kylie is in for a bit of shock when she realises the most troubling thing about said kids is that they are not human.
Books, flight delays, books, summer sun and more books! Oh and did I mention books?
It’s the last day of May which means it’s time for me to choose my favourite book from the past four weeks. I have to admit that this month’s choice was pretty easy as I ended up reading a rather large number of less than average books. I blame it on Kindle Unlimited…
The astute among you will have no doubt twigged what this post is about. Each month I am going to do a post about the book I enjoyed most from said month. Given that I go through about twenty books a month this isn’t going to be an easy task. In fact I’m going to break the rules from the off set as this April’s ‘Book of the Month’ is a series.
So what if technically I’m an adult? So what if the books are ‘marketed’ at teenagers? When I was ten I was reading books way above my age range. Adults all around the world are obsessed with Harry Potter – a ‘children’s book’. Writing is writing, a story is a story. If you enjoy it, read it.
G.M Barlean’s Thorns of Rosewood was a great book. I enjoyed the story (a two-thorned – get it… thorned – mystery), I adored the characters (four kick-ass old ladies and a reporter desperate for answers) and I loved Barlean’s writing.