Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

In a dystopian future, 2044, the world is a crumbling mess, with most people incredibly poor. Wade Watts is an orphaned teen who essentially lives online via the OASIS, a virtual reality construct that’s more appealing than the real world. He attends high school there and has one friend, who shares his love of a…

All The Wrong Places by Lisa Lieberman

Cara Walden is the beautiful starlet daughter of a well known Hollywood director, who flees to London with her half brother Gray when he’s targeted by the Hollywood Blacklist. He’s fleeing political persecution, and she’s fleeing the memory of an affair that left her used and pregnant. In London, they fall in with Left Wing…

The Amityville Nuisance by Mike MacDee

Henry Holiday is a necromancer, whose life is disrupted when his ex-girlfriend, who is also a beautiful snake haired Gorgon, bursts into his life and pays him to attend a family gathering as her plus one, in an effort to find out what’s really going on with her brothers money making scheme at the old…

Crimson Ash by Haley Sulich GIVEAWAY

Crimson Ash is a gripping new young adult thriller and we have one copy to give away! In a dark dystopian future, a disease has ravaged the world, killing off a large part of the population. In response, one man has taken over. He uses mind control to create emotionless soldiers who capture the remaining…

She Who Fights Monsters by Kyoko M

The second book in the Black Parade series, Jordan and the angel Michael are finally together, but when Seers all over the world start to turn up dead, they must work together and team up with the demon Belial to stop the end of the world. With Belial intent on destroying their relationship and a…

Nightingale Wood by Stella Gibbons

If you’ve read Cold Comfort Farmย you’ll be familiar with Stella Gibbons. She wrote about 25 books, of which it was her most well known work, and though forgotten for many years, she’s having a bit of a revival lately. Written in 1938, Nightingale Wood is a romance set in Essex. It largely follows Viola, a…

Big Cherry Holler by Adriana Trigiani

I was drawn in by the cover of this book, with it’s country house wall and a window reflecting the mountains. It’s the story of Ave Maria, a woman who thought that she’d always be single, and who has married the love of her life. Living with her husband and daughter in the hills of…

Harper Connelly Mysteries by Charlaine Harris

I have to admit to being a bit of a fan of Charlaine Harris. I really like her True Blood series, because I find Sookie Stackhouse to be a really nice person, and the plots are fun, adventurous, sexy… But that said, I also like Harris’s writing style. It’s down to earth. She paces her…

LFW: A Look At 2017 Fall/Winter Fashion Trends

I love heading to London Fashion Week each season, even though my blog is small and I don’t get loads of invites, I love the whole thing! It’s fun to see the shows on Instagram and when you’re attending, the street style and the vibe is pretty amazing. I thought I’d share the love by…

The Name Of The Rose by Umberto Eco

A book about books, this is the story of a young novice in the 1300’s who goes to a mysterious abbey with his master, a monk called William Of Baskerville. At that place, a papal delegation is going to be sent to debate religious doctrine that is tearing apart the fabric of society at the…