Books I’ve Read: When the World was Flat by Ingrid Jonach


Welcome to my new feature: Books I have Read 🙂 I’m so far behind in writing reviews I decided to showcase the books with a few quick thoughts.

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Title: When the World was Flat
Author: Ingrid Jonach
Publisher: Strange Chemistry
Publication Date: 3 Sept 2013
Source: Review Copy
Rating: 3/5

Synopsis from Goodreads

Looking back, I wonder if I had an inkling that my life was about to go from ordinary to extraordinary.Continue Reading

Words of Love with Alex from Broken/Tainted by A E Rought plus Give-Away

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I am delighted to welcome my beautiful friend Ann to the blog today. Ann wrote this post especialy for me because I love the romance in her books, even thoguh she would rather torture her charcters than write the mushy, she sucked it up and wrote this for me 🙂   Prepare to swoon:

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Emma –

If I could I would press all of my feelings into one thing, a diamond from coal, a pearl and a promise, I would.… Continue Reading

Musical Moments: The Weight of Souls Play-List by Bryony Pierce


Book Angel Booktopia welcomes the fantastic Bryony Pearce to the blog today as part of The Weight of Souls Blog Tour. Be sure to check out the amazing competition Bryony is hosting alongside the blog tour – full details HERE

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The Weight of Souls Playlist 

As I was writing The Weight of Souls, a couple of songs played through my head on a loop, seeming as if they were written for the book.  … Continue Reading

The Début Drool List – January 2013

Debut Drool List - May 2012 - Part 2Wow can you believe its been a whole year since the Début Drool List made its Début (pun intended) I seriously have to learn not to sleep in order to be able to read all these wonderful books 🙂

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Title: Splintered
Author: AG Howard
Publisher: Abrams
Publicatin Date: 1 Jan 2013

Synopsis from Goodreads

This stunning debut captures the grotesque madness of a mystical under-land, as well as a girl’s pangs of first love and independence.

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