Book Review: Love the Stationery in Your Classroom

Love the Stationery in your Classroom Written and Illustrated by Rebecca Palliser 18 pages Published by Clink Street Publishing Publication date: 14th August 2018 Summary: This delightful little book encourages children to learn about – and have fun with – the stationery they encounter in the classroom. Author Rebecca Palliser wants to help all children…

Cover Reveal: Eternal Seas

Eternal Seas Written by Lexi Rees 184 pages Published by Troubadour Publishing Publication date: 28th September 2018 I am delighted to be a part of revealing the cover for this incredible-spunding middle-grade adventure novel coming out next month! Summary: Such a small parcel shouldn’t cause experienced smugglers much trouble, but this parcel is far from…

Book Review: The Light Between Us

The Light Between Us Written by Katie Khan 300 pages Published by Transworld – Penguin Random House Publication date: 9th August 2018 Summary (from Goodreads): Isaac and Thea were once close, but they’ve grown apart. Thea works tirelessly, convinced she can prove everyone around her wrong – convinced she can prove that time travel is…

Book Review: See All The Stars (+Giveaway)

See All The Stars Written by Kit Frick 320 pages Published by McElderry Books Publication date: 14th August 2018 Summary (from Goodreads): Part love story, part thriller, We Were Liars meets Goodbye Days in this suspenseful, lyrical debut. It’s hard to find the truth beneath the lies you tell yourself. THEN They were four—Bex, Jenni, Ellory,…

Book Review: Sanctuary (+Giveaway!

Sanctuary Written by Caryn Lix 480 pages Published by Simon Pulse Publication date: 10th July 2018 Summary (from Goodreads): Kenzie holds one truth above all: the company is everything. As a citizen of Omnistellar Concepts, the most powerful corporation in the solar system, Kenzie has trained her entire life for one goal: to become an…

Author interview: Caryn Lix (+Giveaway!)

Author Interview: Caryn Lix   Today I am lucky enough to be joined by Caryn Lix, the author of Sanctuary, a sci-fi adventure set in a prison in space. Published by Simon Pulse on 10th July 2018. Don’t miss my review (coming up on Tuesday) and the other stops on this blog tour! Summary: Alien…

Book Review: A Bad Boy Stole My Bra

A Bad Boy Stole My Bra Written by Lauren Price 304 pages Published by Ink Road Books Publication date: 12th July 2018 Summary (from Goodreads): Imagine waking up in the dead of night to find your hot new neighbour dangling out of your window. What’s more, he’s clutching your tattiest bra in his hand. What….

Book Review: Time School

Time School Written by Nikki Young 112 pages Published by Troubadour Publishing Publication date: 28th June 2018 Summary (from Goodreads): A power cut and a series of mini disasters means friends, Jess, Nadia, Tomma and Ash barely make it to the station to catch their train to school. What they find is a far cry…

Author Interview: Nikki Young

Author Interview: Nikki Young Today I am lucky enough to have the author Nikki Young on the blog. Nikki is a writer and lover of stories and ‘The Mystery of the Disappearing Underpants’ is her first book. Nikki credits her lively imagination to an amazing childhood, growing up in Yorkshire and living in a cul-de-sac…

Book Extract: The Storm Keeper’s Island

Read on for your extract of the Waterstones book of the month for July 2018! The prologue and the first two chapters are included below – I guarantee that you will be enthralled – and would recommend buying the book first so you don’t have to suffer the frustration of waiting to read the rest……

Author Interview: Catherine Doyle

Author Interview: Catherine Doyle I am super excited to welcome Catherine to my blog today. I read an e-ARC of  The Storm-keeper’s Island (published yesterday and Waterstones book of the month for July) a few months ago and adored it. Thank you so much for agreeing to answer some questions Catherine! Can you tell me…

Author Interview: Amanda Malben

Author Interview: Amanda Malben About the Author: Amanda Malben initially trained as an actor at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, which gave her the tools to fit into any role that life threw at her; and there were many, from fabric designer, to chef, to teacher. During this time she scribbled down…