Release Date: August 27th 2014. Publisher: Text Publishing (Australia) Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis from Goodreads: A mysterious coded message. A search for a fabled perpetual motion machine. A terrifying horse ride. And a night in the exclusive Billionaires’ Club House of Puzzles. If Gerald thought his term in a … More Review: The House of Puzzles By Richard Newsome.
Release Date: January 2nd 2014. Publisher: Random House Australia. Source: Bought. Synopsis from Goodreads: ‘We can’t choose who we fall in love with. It could be our best friend or … our worst enemy.’ Emily Woods counts cracks for a living. Concrete cracks. So when her long-term boyfriend dumps her, she decides it’s time for … More Review: The Girl In The Yellow Vest By Loretta Hill #aww2015
Hi Everyone, sorry this is three weeks late but I have been busy working on my YA fantasy that I hope to query soon. If you haven’t read the other episodes you can get all the links in the last episode HERE. The Amberly Chronicles Episode Nine: Talentless. I fiddle with the charms on my … More The Amberly Chronicles Episode Nine. Talentless.
I just realised it’s been almost a month since my last writerly update! This one is going to be short and sweet because I don’t have that much to say. I’ve been busy trying to finish the last edit of my YA fantasy. I have managed to cut it down from 108,000 words to currently … More A Writerly Update 59.
Publisher: Text Publishing. Release Date: September 2012. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis from Goodreads: It’s nearly Christmas. Gerald, Ruby and Sam are meeting up with Alisha and Gerald’s Australian school friend Ox for two weeks of snowboarding in the mountains of California. It’s a dream vacation for the world’s youngest … More Review: The Crystal Code by Richard Newsome.
Release Date: October 3rd 2011. Australian Publisher: Text Publishing. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis: The police have finally caught the evil murderer Sir Mason Green. The third casket and whatever treasure it contains can remain a secret just as the Fraternity wished. And Gerald can relax and enjoy his billions. … More Review: The Mask of Destiny By Richard Newsome.