Book Review: Confessions of a Karaoke Queen by Ella Kingsley

A fluffy read with plenty of cheesy humour with an interesting concept. First things first, I absolutely love chick lit. It’s relatable, it’s easy to read, and it’s funny. In fact, my first attempt at a novel (a part of which ended up being a piece for my degree) was chick lit, and I thoroughlyContinue reading “Book Review: Confessions of a Karaoke Queen by Ella Kingsley”

Book Review: Hold Back The Tide by Melinda Salisbury

Chilling, and difficult to put down. Read when around water for an additional layer of fear! I’ve read my fair share of thrillers, mysteries and crime novels, but I’ve never really stepped over the line into horror. Hold Back The Tide is a horror standalone, with a young adult audience in mind, but is alsoContinue reading “Book Review: Hold Back The Tide by Melinda Salisbury”

The Fear of Negativity in Reviews

This is something I’ve been thinking about for a while – The fear of including negativity in book reviews. As reviewers, your audience relies on you to tell the truth, and for the most part, we do. But it is extremely easy to ONLY review the books that you adored, the 5 out of 5Continue reading “The Fear of Negativity in Reviews”

Book Review: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

Pippa Fitz-Amobi (known as Pip) could be seen as your average teenager from the surface. She’s a model student, whilst still finding her way in life, and can see the good in everyone. She also values the truth above else, which is why Pip chooses to personally investigate a murder that happened in her smallContinue reading “Book Review: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson”