Book, Horror, Young Adult/Teen

About a Book – Stone Cold by Karina Kantas

Introducing Karina Kantas WebsiteGoodreadsAmazon Where did the idea for the story come from? Stone Cold is very biographical. So many of the scenes actually happened.. Give a quote from the books, one that says little but speaks volumes.  How far would I have gone? Would I have been satisfied with drawing a little blood? Give… Continue reading About a Book – Stone Cold by Karina Kantas

Book, Kindle Unlimited, Novella, Romance, Young Adult/Teen

My Review of The Highland Dancer

Karen’s Review Having done a feature on this book, I was intrigued enough to read it. I’d always like highland dancing, but didn’t know much about how you learn. Chantal Bellehumeur’s book was delight. Not only did it tell me about what it takes to become a dancer, we also went on a tour with… Continue reading My Review of The Highland Dancer

Book, Novella, Young Adult/Teen

About a Book – The Highland Dancer by Chantal Bellehumeur

Introducing Chantal Bellehumeur WebsiteGoodreadsAmazon Click Image Where did the idea for the story come from? I’ve been to the Highland Games in Maxville (Canada) a few times and seen live performances of highland dancers which I loved.  My talented niece Abby became a highland dancer. Although I never had the chance to see her perform live… Continue reading About a Book – The Highland Dancer by Chantal Bellehumeur

Book, Crime, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Non-fiction, Romance, series, Young Adult/Teen

Books Read In July

Some good, some bad this month. I don’t mean bad as in rubbish, just some I enjoyed more than others. The Beautiful Ones is my second book by Julia Sutton. I love her writing. Lover’s Moon is part of a series, a good one if this one is anything to go by. Except, it’s not… Continue reading Books Read In July

Book, Fantasy, series, Young Adult/Teen

My Review of Unveiled by J M Northup

Karen’s Review This is the second book of the series Snoqualmie Valley Sasquatch. I read the first one two years ago. It continues the story of cousins, Jenna and Hannah and their normal every day life, except it isn’t normal. Jenna’s boyfriend is a Sasquatch called Adam. I enjoyed the two parallel worlds, and there… Continue reading My Review of Unveiled by J M Northup

Book, Non-fiction, Romance, series, Young Adult/Teen

July’s Reading List

This month I have a theme. Can you see what it is? It came about because of the first two books. They had a similar name. I remembered another one in which I’d read the first of the series, but not the second. He’s With The Band, I randomly chose off Amazon because I love… Continue reading July’s Reading List

Book, Children’s Stories, series, Young Adult/Teen

About a Book – Amanda in France, Fire at the Cathedral by Darlene Foster

Introducing Darlene Foster WebsiteGoodreadsAmazon Amazon Where did the idea for the story come from? My dream to visit the romantic city of Paris came true when we took our dog on a road trip to visit friends living on the outskirts of the city. Paris, and the surrounding area, was everything I imagined it to… Continue reading About a Book – Amanda in France, Fire at the Cathedral by Darlene Foster

Animals, Book, Romance, Stories, Young Adult/Teen

Otterly Into You by Erin Nicholas

Short and Sweet Karen’s Review I saw Otterly Into You reviewed on Julie Northup’s blog. I liked what I read, so I downloaded it. Good call. I really enjoyed this very short story. It told of the building romance between Knox and Fiona told mainly from his point of view, although later it switched briefly… Continue reading Otterly Into You by Erin Nicholas

Horror, Kindle Unlimited, Psychological, Romance, series, Young Adult/Teen

Infected Water by Alathia Morgan

An Exciting Adventure on the High Seas Karen’s Review It’s been a long while since I read a Zombie book, and this was in the authors newsletter. It’s the first of a series, which is always exciting. It is set in 1912 as the Titanic makes her fateful maiden voyage. There are several main characters,… Continue reading Infected Water by Alathia Morgan

Articles, Young Adult/Teen

Happy Easter!

In the UK, we enjoy a long weekend with Good Friday and Easter Monday being holidays. Years ago, when we worked full time we took off in our touring caravan with our children and their Easter eggs. The weather was often very cold. These days, especially if Easter falls later, it’s warmer. Anglesey where I… Continue reading Happy Easter!