Welcome to this week’s Fiction Friday today I am reviewing The Raven Boys, book one in The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater. The synopsis from Goodreads: “There are only two reasons a non-seer would see a spirit on St. Mark’s Eve,” Neeve said. “Either you’re his true love . . . or you killed him.” … More Fiction Friday: Review ‘The Raven Boys’ by Maggie Stiefvater.
No review for this week’s Fiction Friday sorry, I’ve been writing like crazy and it hasn’t left me much time to read, so I thought I’d do something fun and tell you all some of the new release/ to be released books I want for my birthday which is later this month. 1. Empower, the … More Fiction Friday: Books I want for my birthday.
Ava stood in the park, staring at the tree. “What are you doing?” her mum asked as she pulled the plates out of the picnic set. “Looking at the lady,” Ava told her. Her mum turned her head and then looked back at Ava. “What lady?” “The lady in the tree,” Ava explained. Her mum … More The Lady in the Tree.
(My attempt at a story under 50 words.) There is a ghost in the window staring at me. She tries to pull me toward her, but I resist, turning and walking away. The house trembles with her anger, her shrieks tangling with the wind. I ignore her cries. I’m done with the dead;it’s my turn … More The Ghost in the Window.
She traced her tongue across her fangs as she calculated the probability of her actually killing him. He was far stronger than she was, but she was quicker, and he was distracted by feeding. Beth didn’t know how much longer she could stand being with him. One hundred years was a long time to be … More Short Story: Ending Forever Part 1.
Welcome to this weeks Fiction Friday, today I am reviewing the YA paranormal romance ‘Last sacrifice’, the 6th and final book in Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy series. If you haven’t read this series than I highly recommend you do. Books 1-3 I really enjoyed, giving them all four stars, but I fell head over heels … More Fiction Friday: Review ‘Last Sacrifice’ by Richelle Mead.
Anna covered her ears with her hands. She was sixteen but felt as helpless as a six-year-old. Her parents’ fighting filtered through her closed door, her hands. She closed her eyes and hummed, but she couldn’t block them out. She knew this could go on for hours and she couldn’t stand it, not for another … More A Kiss Forgotten.