Blog Tour: Differently Normal By Tammy Robinson. Interview & Review.

Today I have the pleasure of having Tammy Robinson on the blog! She has written an incredible moving, must-read book ‘Differently Normal.’ Be sure to keep reading after the interview for my review 🙂 Here we go… Q1: I would like to begin by saying thank you for writing about people who care for people … More Blog Tour: Differently Normal By Tammy Robinson. Interview & Review.

A Poem, A Review And A Giveaway too! : Dangerous Lies Blog Tour #DangerousLies #FitzBlitzTour

Welcome to my stop on the Dangerous Lies Blog Tour. I have lots of goodies in store for you today, including a review of a Dangerous Lies, a poem to Chet written from Stella’s point of view, and a giveaway! (Which you will find at the end of the post so be sure to read … More A Poem, A Review And A Giveaway too! : Dangerous Lies Blog Tour #DangerousLies #FitzBlitzTour

Blog Tour: The Tribe Trilogy By Ambelin Kwaymullina + Giveaway! #aww2015 #LoveOzYa

Welcome to my stop on The Tribe Trilogy Tour, in celebration of the release of the final book in the trilogy, The Foretelling Of Georgie Spider. I am reviewing the book, plus I have a special guest post from Ambelin and a massive giveaway for Australian residents. I have TWO sets of the entire trilogy … More Blog Tour: The Tribe Trilogy By Ambelin Kwaymullina + Giveaway! #aww2015 #LoveOzYa

Blog Tour: Review: Diverging Cadence By Katie Hamstead. #aww2015

Hi everyone and welcome to my stop on the Diverging Cadence blog tour. Today I have the pleasure of reviewing Diverging Cadence for you. To read my review for Deceptive Cadence, the first book in this duology, and to read my interview with Katie, go HERE. Release Date: 25th August 2015. Publisher: REUTS Publications. Source: … More Blog Tour: Review: Diverging Cadence By Katie Hamstead. #aww2015

Review: Girl At Midnight By Melissa Grey (Plus My Attempt At Nail Art.)

Release Date: April 28th 2015. Publisher: Hachette Australia (Atom.) Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis: For readers of Laini Taylor’s The Daughter of Smoke and Bone and Rachel Hartman’s Seraphina, THE GIRL AT MIDNIGHT will take you to a fantastical world that lies just beneath your feet. Beneath the streets of … More Review: Girl At Midnight By Melissa Grey (Plus My Attempt At Nail Art.)