William Shakespeare’s Hamlet

I studied Hamlet at University but have always had a love for Shakespeare since being very young and taking trips to Stratford Upon Avon with my grandparents as a child. I think Shakespeare scares a lot of people as the language can be complicated so readers are easy to give up and read something aContinue reading “William Shakespeare’s Hamlet”

Review of ‘Shades of Secrets: Behind the Wall’ by Harris Kloe

This is a review that was requested by the author via my site, I’m always more than happy to read books from new and upcoming authors and offer any help I can in the form of feedback or reviews! This is a short suspense story that is available on Amazon from the 6th of JuneContinue reading “Review of ‘Shades of Secrets: Behind the Wall’ by Harris Kloe”

Review on ‘the Scarlet letter’ by Nathaniel Hawthorne

I read this novel a few years ago as a friend had recommended it and I loved it that much I decided to write my A Level English coursework around it. It’s a classic novel that is definitely a part of my ‘must read’ list! It’s a romance novel with an historical twist as itContinue reading “Review on ‘the Scarlet letter’ by Nathaniel Hawthorne”

Review of ‘Cold Wallet’ by Rosy Fenwicke

This is a direct submission via my Reedsy Discovery reviewer page. I love reading books from new and upcoming authors, being able to offer a little bit of support and feedback to authors is something that I’m always really pleased to do! I’ve discovered so many amazing books that I probably wouldn’t have come acrossContinue reading “Review of ‘Cold Wallet’ by Rosy Fenwicke”

Review of ‘The Thursday Murder Club’ by Richard Osman

This was actually a Christmas present that my Dad had bought for my Mum, I read this straight after my Mum as she’d said how good it was! A murder mystery set in a retirement village, this novel is as witty and comical as it is mysterious and page turning! If you know of theContinue reading “Review of ‘The Thursday Murder Club’ by Richard Osman”

Review of ‘The Dead Daughter’ by Thomas Fincham

The following review will be live on my Reedsy Discovery account on the 18th of February! This is a sneak peek…feel free to check it out again when it goes live to support the author! This book takes the reader through the investigation of the murder of Kyla Gardener, a murder that the victims fatherContinue reading “Review of ‘The Dead Daughter’ by Thomas Fincham”

Review of ‘Windfall: A Henry Lysyk mystery’ by Byron TD Smith

This review is a request from a Canadian debut author, Byron TD Smith. His book ‘Windfall: A Henry Lysyk mystery’ is available via Amazon both as an e-book and paperback. I’m always thoroughly grateful to receive review requests and am pleased to review any type of book from new and upcoming authors, please feel freeContinue reading “Review of ‘Windfall: A Henry Lysyk mystery’ by Byron TD Smith”

Review on ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ by J.K Rowling

I don’t actually know a single person who doesn’t love the Harry Potter series, if you’ve read some of my other posts you’ll know how much I’m an advocate of books over films and although the Harry Potter films are amazing in their own right the books are (you guessed it!) even more fantastic. J.KContinue reading “Review on ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ by J.K Rowling”

‘Happy’ by Fearne Cotton

As it’s blue Monday, I thought I’d talk about a different kind of book today. This isn’t a review, just a few thoughts I’ve had whilst reading this book. It’s not a work of fiction, it’s more of a self- help book, the first of this type that I’ve read. It can be read chapterContinue reading “‘Happy’ by Fearne Cotton”

Review on ‘The Escape’ by C.L Taylor

If you’ve read any of my previous reviews then you’ll know how much I love a mystery/crime novel and this book is no exception! I finished it in two days and just couldn’t put it down! I’m a sucker for a plot twist, and I definitely didn’t guess how the events were going to unfoldContinue reading “Review on ‘The Escape’ by C.L Taylor”