Today I am crazy excited because I’m doing a cover reveal for one of my favourite people of the moment! Mary Fan released Starswept earlier this year, a book that is in my top reads of the year, & on May 15th next year she’ll be releasing the first book in another series; Flynn Nightsider & The Edge of Evil (which will be published by Crazy 8 Press)!
I absolutely love this cover, which was designed by Streetlight Graphics, because there’s a woman of colour on the cover, & it obviously sets the atmosphere for what I’m sure is going to be an incredible dark fantasy.
Keep reading for the book’s synopsis & the links for GoodReads & two prequels!
This week’s Medical Mondays post is going to be a little bit different to normal; instead of someone’s story or one of my own experiences I thought I would put together a list of apps that are useful to Spoonies; the list includes apps that help us to remember to take our medication to apps that help you find your nearest hospital!
This week’s Syringomyelia Saturdays post has been written by a friend of mine called Amy; Amy is a qualified pharmacist who had to give up her profession, after years of education & training, because of her syringomyelia. Amy’s story left tears in my eyes as her experience really has been horrific – nevertheless Amy has stayed strong, even when she hasn’t wanted to. Amy has previously released the page-turning Ride Every Stride & is currently working on her first YA fantasy series (I’ve read the first book & it’s wonderful). This is Amy’s story…
This post contains animated photos of surgical procedures.
I’m sure there’s many that would agree with me when I say that Bernard Cornwell is one of the best historical writers of current times, so when I was approved to review his newest book Fools & Mortals I genuinely couldn’t believe it! Fools & Mortals didn’t disappoint, it was funny, witty & told a brilliant story; & I cannot wait to read it again.
I was sent an eARC of this book by Harper Collins
in return for an honest review.
This book contains forceful kissing, flippant discussions of
rape scenes within plays, hints at childhood sexual abuse & details of animal abuse.
Humans and androids crowd the raucous streets of New Beijing. A deadly plague ravages the population. From space, a ruthless lunar people watch, waiting to make their move. No one knows that Earth’s fate hinges on one girl.
Cinder, a gifted mechanic, is a cyborg. She’s a second-class citizen with a mysterious past, reviled by her stepmother and blamed for her stepsister’s illness. But when her life becomes intertwined with the handsome Prince Kai’s, she suddenly finds herself at the center of an intergalactic struggle, and a forbidden attraction. Caught between duty and freedom, loyalty and betrayal, she must uncover secrets about her past in order to protect her world’s future.
This hilarious & warming book is a little different from what I usually read, but I nonetheless absolutely loved it! I laughed so much & saw a lot of my teenage-self in main character Desi. This book is great for lovers of romance, but also those who love to laugh whilst reading and for those who need a relaxed & heart-warming read!
I’m back! …well, sort of. I decided to take a week off from posting as the renal infection I was recovering from had totally wiped me out, unfortunately I still appear to have that infection; so although I’m back, I may not be posting as much as I have been recently. Keep reading to find out a bit more about my time away!
I’m taking the tiniest break from my week off to do a fab triple cover reveal! Joy Penny’s fabulous series Stay in Touch already has one book out, called Touch of Fondness, with the second, Touch of Heartache, being released in early December! But, that’s not all; the third & fourth books, Touch of Comfort & Touch of Romance, will be released in 2018.
Keep reading for the synopsis of the up-coming
Touch of Heartache, as well as the cover reveals for
books two, three & four!
The Extinction Trials has to be one of my favourite reads of this year & my gratitude to Usborne Publishing for sending me an ARC of the book is endless; I loved everything about this book, from the start to the very end & I wish I could read it all over again (alas, I have far too many other books to get through to do that right now)!
This book contains mild gore.