Blog Tour. Akea – The Power of Destiny by Elizabeth Jade. My Review.

Akea – The Power of Destiny Akea is born into a family of sled dogs and a life that follows a predictable path, but from the day she first sees the lone wolf, Kazakh, Akea knows her future lies beyond the safety of her home. Kazakh is well aware of Akea's destiny and the pack … Continue reading Blog Tour. Akea – The Power of Destiny by Elizabeth Jade. My Review.

My thoughts on Milk & Honey by Rupi Kaur.

  Title: Milk & Honey Author: Rupi Kaur Genre: Poetry Rating:       I was not sure what to think of this 2015 debut poetry collection by Rupi Kaur. I had seen a lot of her poetry quoted on social media, and have only just got a hold of her book from my local … Continue reading My thoughts on Milk & Honey by Rupi Kaur.

The ink navigates // the complexities of my mind // better than I do. My thoughts on poetry collection Real like Laundry by Breanne Weber.

Title: Real like Laundry Author: Breanne Weber Genre: Poetry Rating: There is so much emotion within the pages of this book. Breanne writes with so much passion. I was swept up in her writing. Sometimes she writes about writing itself (“Poetry does something for me that all the man made chemicals they insist on pumping … Continue reading The ink navigates // the complexities of my mind // better than I do. My thoughts on poetry collection Real like Laundry by Breanne Weber.

Happy Release Day to Drift Stumble Fall by @MJonathanLee @HideawayFall

Richard Brown has had enough of his life of commitment, resentment, routine and responsibility. Staring out of his window, he enviously observes the tranquil life of Bill, the neighbour living in the bungalow across the road. From his lounge, Bill keenly watches as Richard’s young family grows. Yet underneath the apparent domestic bliss of both lives are lies, secrets, imperfections, sadness and suffering far greater than either could have imagined. As the two men watch each other from afar, it soon becomes apparent that other people’s lives are never what they seem.