Sisters’ Entrance by Emtithal Mahmoud | A Poetry Collection That Mirrors The Harsh Reality

Sisters' Entrance is a poetry collection by Emtithal Mahmoud and was published by Andrews McMeel Publishing on May 29th, 2018. A 5-star read recommended to everyone.

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Blog Tour – Esme’s Wish by Elizabeth Foster [Review + Interview + Giveaway]

Esme's Wish is a middle-grade fantasy by Elizabeth Foster and was published by Odyssey Books on October 30th, 2017. Read my 4 star review and enter the international giveaway!

Blog Tour – Nocturne by Kat Ross [Review + Giveaway]

Nocturne is the first instalment in the Fourth Talisman series by Kat Ross. It's an adult fantasy and was published on October 15th, 2017. Nocturne, a wilderness of eternal night. Solis, a wasteland of endless day. Nazafareen is a Breaker, a mortal who has the rare ability to shatter spell magic—although her power carries a … Continue reading Blog Tour – Nocturne by Kat Ross [Review + Giveaway]

Interview with Simant from FlippingThruThePages

  One month of 2018 is over? So fast? What the hell? Anyway, it's Feb and the first blogger I'm interviewing this month for Interview Of The International series is none other than the smart, talented and super cool Simant from FlippingThruThePages! She recently found her love for reading reignited and resulted in her blog where … Continue reading Interview with Simant from FlippingThruThePages

Dual ARC Review – The Voice Inside by Brian Freeman + Crash by Keith Houghton

The Voice Inside is a crime-thriller by Brian Freeman and is recently published on Jan 30th, 2018 by Thomas & Mercer.  This is one thrilling story, no doubt!  The Voice Inside is the second in series that centres around Frost Easton, though I didn’t find it any less as a standalone. The story does use … Continue reading Dual ARC Review – The Voice Inside by Brian Freeman + Crash by Keith Houghton

Nothing’s Fair

This is a short story with a single dialogue, following a twenty-five year old woman riding her cycle amidst all her emotional tornadoes. Word count: 970 Target audience: Anybody who can feel Warning: Don’t expect the usual humor I attempt to write It wasn’t raining. It was a bright summer day, in fact. But my … Continue reading Nothing’s Fair