Monday, October 28, 2019

Hallowed Ground: The Mystery of the African Fairy Circles by Paul Twivy

Hallowed Ground:
The Mystery of the African Fairy Circles
by Paul Twivy


I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

Trigger Warning: this book contains genocide and suicide.

This is where I normally will spill out my version of what happened in the book, however for this one I'm going to stick with the Synopsis because I think it would be most beneficial for this review. 

This magical story is inspired by the most haunting and least explored country in the world - Namibia - with its foggy Skeleton Coast, buried goldmines, shocking secrets and awe-inspiring sand dunes.
Spread across the face of its deserts are hundreds of miles of ‘fairy circles’ : vast enough to be seen from space. They grow and die with the same lifespan as humans, yet no-one has been able to explain why or how they appear.

Then one day, three teenagers and their families arrive from different parts of the globe. Helped by bushmen, the buried possessions of a Victorian explorer, and a golden leopard, they solve the mystery of the African Circles. What will be discovered beneath the hallowed ground? And how will it change the future of the planet above it?

Until reading this book I had no idea the Fairy Circles of Namibia existed. This book inspired me to do some research and learn about something I never would of known about otherwise. 

Hallowed Ground is quite an interesting story involving four new friends who are determined to find the secrets of the Fairy Circles. Together with their parents they embark on a journey that just might give them the answers they're looking for. Of course finding the answers won't be easy but together with their parents they are sure they can figure out the truth. 

Throughout the story we are told these captivating legends. I'm not sure if these are actual legends or if they come from the authors imagination but they are simply incredible to read. I found they brought life and character into the story.

Something I didn't like about this book was the characters. It's not that they weren't likable or that they were poorly written, it's simply that I found them to be just okay. I didn't find any of them to be memorable even with the awesome adventure they were on when trying to figure out the truth about the Fairy Circles. The characters are supposed to be teenagers but they don't come across as teens but more so as young adults. That isn't necessarily a bad thing, it was just the way it read.

The authors take on the Fairy Circles was very interesting. I thought the way he wrapped everything up was quite clever and I really enjoyed the ending. It was a win for me.

Overall, I found the story to be an intriguing read. The pace is steady. Although the characters are teenagers, I would recommend this for older teens as there is some mature content. 

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Paul Twivy studied English at Oxford University and became one of the most famous British admen. He has written comedy and drama for the stage and radio. He edited the bestseller Change the World for a Fiver. He is married with five children. He was inspired to write Hallowed Ground by his first-hand experiences of the extraordinary landscapes and culture of Namibia. and

Sunday, October 27, 2019

The Haunting At Paradise House by Killian Wolf

The Haunting at Paradise House
by Killian Wolf


I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review via the author and Rachel's Random Resources. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

There's only one thing Addison needs right now... a job! She is a trained nurse with her resume submitted to all the hospitals and care centers. Finally she gets a call for a job from a man who claims he found her resume online and needs her to take care of his father, the only catch is that she has to live there. Despite being a little skeptical Addison ends up taking the job. Weird things start to happen that has Addison poking around in places she isn't supposed to be poking around in. When the truth finally starts to come out things take a turn for the dangerous rather quickly. Now Addison and her new friends have to put things in order and fix mistakes of the past.

I thought The Haunting At Paradise House was a pretty interesting read. What I liked most about this book was that it had such a creepy element. It's one of those stories where at certain parts it feels like something is about to jump out of the book at you, which of course makes it perfect for a spooky October read. It's also a fast read so that's a bonus.

The characters were charming and easy to like. They all seemed to fit together well. Addison is our main character, she is an easy going girl with a slight coffee problem. She proves herself to be a loyal friend when the situation becomes dangerous and her life is at stake but she refuses to leave her new friends. They are in the middle of a dire situation and Addison is determined to get to the bottom of it no matter what happens in the process.

Was the book perfect? No, it had it's flaws but it's good qualities more than made up for them. There were certain parts that were predictable but overall it was interesting and enjoyable. If you enjoy big spells, big secrets and forbidden love then this is something I think you would enjoy. I would absolutely read more by this author and can't wait to see what she comes out with next.


If you were given the chance to become a powerful sorceress, would you leave behind everything you thought you knew?

When Addison is offered the position of her dreams through a mysterious phone call, she rises to the occasion and moves to the Florida Keys to a mansion called Paradise House.

Footsteps from playful ghosts, a room of killer dolls, and an all too intelligent owl lead her to the mysteries that lie within the walls, to reveal the true reason behind her invitation. When dark forces get a hold of her and her patient, Addison is left with no choice but to take extreme measures to protect the ones she loves.

Will Addison be able to acquire the necessary skills fast enough in order to protect her patient, and defeat the evil entities that thrive in the mansion?


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Killian Wolf is a Miami, FL native who enjoys pirates, rum, and skulls as much as she loves writing about dark magick and sorcerers. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cultural Anthropology and Sociology and a Master of Science in Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy.

Killian writes books about obtaining magickal powers and stepping into other dimensions. She lives in England with her husband, a tornado of a cat, and the most timid snake you’d ever meet.

When she isn’t writing, you might find her at an Archaeological dig, rock climbing, or sipping on dark spiced rum while working on a painting.

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Saturday, October 26, 2019

Sparky The Dragon Bus Cover Reveal

Sparky The Dragon Bus
by Sue Wickstead
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Sparky isn’t your typical double-decker bus.
Behind the dragon and magical paintings, she’s full of fun and adventures for all children.
Jump aboard to find out what makes Sparky so special.

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I am an author and a teacher and have written six children’s picture books, all with a bus included somewhere.
Having been able to share my first book, 'Jay-Jay the Supersonic Bus', it was time to think about writing a book for younger readers.
While visiting a local school the children were writing stories about a journey, we read Jay-Jay’s book and then I remembered a book that I had written some years before and I read this to the class too, and they loved it.
The original story was based on a walk with my class around the neighbourhood of Bewbush, Crawley. The walk had led to map work and sequencing. Then together with the class I wrote an imaginative adventure.
The events we imagined were put into a class book. The book was shared with many classes and it was always a favourite.
Now years later I decided it was time to update, improve and look at publishing the book.
There is indeed a walk around the district of Bewbush. and following the publication of the book I went back to see if and how the neighbourhood had changed.
‘Oh, I see you have written a book without a bus!’ commented a friend.
But, look through the pages and you will see there always has to be a bus!
The neighbourhood of Bewbush was a new estate built in Crawley town in the 1970's. The area was built without any shops, school or safe places for children to play. It was an area of high need and was supported by a special playbus which offered a much-needed playgroup venue.
I also undertake events and author bookings and love to share my stories. There are also a few more stories in the writing process, with links to real events and buses.

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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Charles and Ada: The Computer’s Most Passionate Partnership by James Essinger

Charles and Ada: The Computer’s Most Passionate Partnership
by James Essinger


The partnership of Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace was one that would change science forever.

They were an unlikely pair – one the professor son of a banker, the other the only child of an acclaimed poet and a social-reforming mathematician – but perhaps that is why their work is so revolutionary.

They were the pioneers of computer science, creating plans for what could have been the first computer. They each saw things the other did not; it may have been Charles who designed the machines, but it was Ada who could see their potential.

But what were they like? And how did they work together? Using previously unpublished correspondence between them , Charles and Ada explores the relationship between two remarkable people who shared dreams far ahead of their time.

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James Essinger was born in Leicester in 1957 and has lived in Canterbury in Kent since 1986. He was educated at Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys, Leicester, and at Lincoln College, Oxford, where he read English Language and Literature. He spent much of his time between 1981 and 1983 teaching English in Finland before working in public relations in London and then in Canterbury. Since 1988, James has been a professional writer.
His non-fiction books include Jacquard's Web (2004), Ada’s Algorithm (2013), which is to be filmed by Monumental Pictures, and Charles and Ada: the computer’s most passionate partnership (2019) His novels include The Mating Game (2016) with Jovanka Houska, the film rights of which have been optioned, Rollercoaster (2019) and The Ada Lovelace Project (forthcoming in 2020).

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Monday, October 21, 2019

Drew and Jot: Dueling Doodles by Art Baltazar

Drew and Jot: Dueling Doodles
by Art Baltazar


I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

When Drew goes to school for his first day of fifth grade he has no friends. He's nervous even though his mom assures him that he will make friends in no time at all. Mom knows best, so of course she's right. Drew meets a kid named Foz and the two become instant friends, bonding over their love of drawings. It turns out both boys love drawing and each have a special character they've created. They decide to do a collaboration comic strip with their characters and all sorts of crazy fun things happen. With cool new creations and an interference from a little sister, the two enjoy the comic adventure of their lives. 

This was such an adorable graphic novel. Aimed at middle grade children, the concept was kept simple but very entertaining. It was is much fun to read even for an adult. The pictures in it were bright, colorful and eye catching. I really think my daughter would love this book, especially the monsters. I can't wait until the release of this book so I can grab her a physical copy. Also, I can't wait to read other books by the author. I recommend this to any middle grade kid, or even younger if someone is able to read it to them.


Doodles   Superheroes   New Friends   Little Sisters    Monsters

Friday, October 18, 2019

Cujo by Stephen King


Little Tad is afraid of the monster that hides in his closet. His parents can feel something is off, even if they will not admit it to him. His father recites the monster words that keep him safe and little Tad finds comfort in them.

Cujo is a friendly Saint Bernard dog. He loves his family, and his family loves him. One day Cujo is chasing a rabbit when he slides into a hole and becomes scratched by rabid bat. Cujo can feel something changing inside him, the people who he used to like seeing now make him want to attack. He isn't sure what is going on with him, the only thing he's sure of is he now wants to eat human flesh.

This was a win for me. Cujo had my heart racing. I was desperate for the outcome to be less painful than I was expecting. It wasn't. It was worse. King found a way to create a dire situation that could of actually happened, before cell phones of course, where everything was constructed so tightly. The set up was brilliant. Nothing was overlooked. There was a reason why everything happened the way it did. An affair, a business trip, a car needing repair, all placed exactly where it needed to be in order for everything to fall into place.

This book was scary! It was like when you're watching something horrifying but can't look away. I thought it was just crazy good. This is definitely a good scary book to read around Halloween. Especially if you already have a fear of dogs.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Izzy's Magical Football Adventure

Izzy's Magical Football Adventure
Written by Emma Larkin
Illustrated by Paul Nugent

I received a free copy of this book from the author via Rachel's Random Resources in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

11 year-old Izzy loves football. What she doesn't love is how she keeps losing football games to her older brother. Izzy is really angry and wondering what the point is of even playing football is when suddenly she sees her great grandmother's bracelet. Suddenly Izzy transported to a different place that is wilder than she can ever imagine.

The pictures were nice and vivid. I thought they matched well with the story.

This fun little story is about not giving up. Izzy is mad after losing the football game, but after being transported to another time she sees what can happen if she works towards her dreams instead of giving up. Following your dreams no matter how hard it can be is a wonderful lesson that is great for any age.



Izzy is a seven-year-old girl who lives in Ireland and loves all sport, especially Gaelic Football.

Izzy plays football with her brothers on a regular basis in their back garden and dreams of playing for her county in the All Ireland Ladies Football Final in Croke Park when she is older.

One day, Izzy puts on her great grandmother’s bracelet, which is made of old All Ireland medals that her great grandmother won a long time ago, and something unexpected and magical happens, which may make Izzy’s Croke Park dream a reality sooner than she expected…………….

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My name is Emma Larkin, and I am the founder of “Emma Larkin Books” and “Rebel in Kerry Press”. I have recently written and published my first book “Izzy’s Magical Football Adventure”, and I hope to write many more books about Izzy and her adventures in sport. As may be evident from the name of my publishing imprint, I am a “Rebel in Kerry”! This means that I am originally from County Cork in Ireland, which is known as the Rebel County, but I moved to Kerry (another county in Ireland which neighbours Cork) in 2006 and have been happily living in Kerry since then, with my husband and four children. My husband is a Kerry native and we live in North Kerry, near Listowel, where my husband is from, and is an area which is rich is literary history!
I have always enjoyed reading and writing. Writing essays was my favourite part of primary school!
In my spare time, I love to run. I am very involved in my local parkrun in Listowel. I also coach ladies’ football at underage level with my local ladies’ football club and did attempt to play ladies football for a few years with my local “Gaelic4Mothers&Others Team”! I may not have been the greatest football player, but I could run! And it was an hour each week where I could exercise in a fun environment with a fantastic group of women, who I remain friends with to this day.
My inspiration to write this book was my grandmother, Maureen Hennebry, nÊe Cashman. She was on the Cork camogie team which won the All-Ireland Camogie Championship three times in row between 1939 and 1941. She came from a family rich in GAA history, the Cashman’s of Blackrock in Cork, and is even mentioned in the following poem by the famous Irish poet, Patrick Kavanagh:

Camogie Match
Patrick Kavanagh 1905 - 1967

Bright shone the sunlight on Peggy and Doreen
Wild swung the ash sticks. Be careful astoreen;
Josie is getting into her stride now,
Kathleen is hurling with all her Cork pride now.
A shout from the side-line: Mark your man, Kathleen Cody.
Kathleen pucks it. I tell you that puck was a dotie.
The game is exciting, it is indeed really,
Maureen Cashman is tackling the bold Ide O’Kiely …

In hindsight, I am in awe of the fact that my grandmother and her teammates played camogie at such a high level at a time in Ireland, where a woman’s role was predominantly to be a wife and homemaker. Which comes to my reason for writing this book, my grandmother was my inspiration to write it, but my reason for writing it was to encourage all young girls to play sports. It is crucial for our wellbeing and development and we need to make it as normal for girls to play sport as it is for boys. The growing popularity of women’s sports in Ireland and further afield is so encouraging and we need to continue to develop this. As the current 20*20 campaign says, “if she can’t see it, she can’t be it”. I hope that my book can in some way help to normalise girls playing football and that both boys and girls will enjoy reading about Izzy’s adventures!

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Sunday, October 13, 2019

Tangled Roots by Denise D. Young

Tangled Roots
by Denise D. Young


I received a free copy of this book via the author and Rachel's Random Resources in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

Tangled Roots is a short book that takes us inside the magical realm. Cassie Gearhart wakes up 45 years after casting a spell and everything around her has changed. After waking up Cassie has no idea what happened so she makes her way to her friend Ginny's house, only instead of finding Ginny she finds a man claiming to be Ginny's Grandson.

Nick is a male witch who has sworn off magic and is in the process of doing everything he can to get away from it for good. When Cassie shows up on his doorstep claiming she is looking for his grandmother Nick gets dragged back into a world of magic which might be the best thing that could of happened.

Coming in at under 150 pages Tangled Roots is a small book packed with magic. It's a fast read and things happen very quickly. Other than Cassie, there isn't a lot of character building. It's the type if story where we learn about the characters as the story progresses, which I am a fan of. 

The romance has me so conflicted! I am not a fan of instalove at all, BUT when you add magical abilities that confirm you're definitely meant to be with someone it just makes it okay. I'm glad they got together and I'm really looking forward to the next book. 

Overall I enjoyed it. If you're looking for a book with lots of details and development then this probably won't suit you. However, if you like quick reads where you're told what you need to know for the story then you'd enjoy this one. 

I recommend this book for anyone looking for a magical short read. It's filled with magic, witches and even some instalove. 

Author Bio –

Equal parts bookworm, flower child, and eclectic witch, Denise D. Young writes fantasy and paranormal romance featuring witches, magic, faeries, and the occasional shifter.
Whatever the flavor of the magic, it’s always served with a brisk cup of tea–and the promise of romance varying from sweet to sensual.
She lives with her husband and their animals in the mountains of Virginia, where small towns and tall trees inspire her stories. She reads tarot cards, collects crystals, gazes at stars, and believes magic is the answer (no matter what the question was).
If you’ve ever hoped to find a book of spells in a dusty attic, if you suspect every misty forest contains a hidden portal to another realm, or if you don’t mind a little darkness before your happily-ever-after, her books might be just the thing you’ve been waiting for.
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Saturday, October 12, 2019

What Makes Us by Rafi Mittlefehldt Review

What Makes Us
Rafi Mittlefehldt


I received a free copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

When Eran Sharon leads a protest to stop the police from performing searches and such without actual reason he never expected the large crowd that came to protest with him. The protest is so large it attracts the attention of the local news crew. Things are going great and the news crew is welcome until a group of anti protesters comes face to face with Eran's protest group. Shouting leads to a physical altercation which the news crews have caught on tape and now the story will be aired and available for everyone to see. When the story is aired Eran finds out exactly what his mother has been hiding and finally understands why she never wanted to tell him the truth about his family history. Now with all their secrets out Eran and his mother must face the consequences of actions they had nothing to do with in a battle they didn't choose.

This book was just okay for me. I was interested in this book as the story sounded amazing, however I feel like it came up just a bit short on delivery. There were moments when I felt for the characters and moments that I thoroughly enjoyed them but this didn't happen early enough. The story did a lot of flipping back and forth from time periods and perspectives which just made everything more confusing and harder to follow.

The characters were well done. Eran, our main character, was done very well. He was portrayed as a complete hot head with a short temper for almost all of the book. While this didn't get me to like him at all, it did do an amazing job of showing the similarities of Eran and his father while simultaneously showing the contrast of Eran and his mother.

I like the fact that this book brought up social issues. It forces the reader to take a look at social injustice and how people are judged based upon things they can't control, such as family members and race. We are also forced to look at consequences. Eran pushes a man and faces major consequences for it, but he pays for more than a simple push. He pays for what others believe him and his mother have done. It shows how people can be victimized by simply being who they are instead of the judgments on them being justified.

What I didn't like about this book was that it seemed to go on and on. Even though the story was pretty good and there were so many good parts of this book it still just dragged on and seemed like it was a lot longer than it actually was. This made it hard to stay focused on certain parts of the story as it was easy to lose focus on what was happening.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Anything For Love by Gracie Bond Cover Reveal

Anything For Love
by Gracie Bond

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Leah Jensen, Yorkshire lass born and bred, needs money and she’ll do anything - yes, anything - to get it. Her Grandad Thomas is in pain and the cost of an operation on his bad knee is way beyond the family’s means. Leah tries everything to earn the fee – but in the end, and like so many before her, she turns to the world’s oldest profession.
Madam Butterfly’s exclusive escort agency in London is a different world to where Leah comes from. In Whitby, the sea air is sweet, and legends of Dracula jostle with jet-mining and whaling history; it’s a place where dog lovers meet and tourists come to marvel at the views.
Leah may be out of her comfort zone, but one daring, brief encounter will bring many surprises in this memorable romantic comedy full of pithy Yorkshire humour.

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Gracie Bond loves a good romantic comedy, either to read or to watch on Netflix. Her favourite go-to novel is (Pride and Prejudice)- and she’s always happy to watch ( Bridgett Jones) any time of the day. Among Gracie’s interests are Newfoundland dogs, horses, and handsome Yorkshire men. Her idea of fun would be to ride a spirited horse along a Northumberland beach, followed by a pack of her favourite dogs.
Gracie lives in Yorkshire with her partner John and she has close connections with Whitby, the setting for this novel.

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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

To All The Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han

To All The Boys I've Loved Before
by Jenny Han


Lara Jean has been in love a few times. When it's time to move on from each of her loves Lara Jean writes them a letter detailing everything. They are open and honest accounts of her time in love with them with nothing left unsaid, because no one will ever see these letters. Until one day Lara Jean is approached by a recipient of one of letters and finds out they have actually been sent out. Lara Jean's life suddenly becomes more complicated as she tries to navigate through life with her letters out in the open for her previous loves to read. 

I loved this book! I loved the lighthearted innocence of it. The writing was light and fun. It was a fairly quick and enjoyable read. It was just wonderful! Either YA romances are getting better or my tastes are changing because this is something I normally would have never touched, never mind loved.

Lara Jean was such a great character. Her personality was just awesome, she was truly enjoyable. The relationship between her and her sisters was absolutely adorable. It was good to show both ups and downs within their relationship because it added relatability to them. Peter was up and down for me. He had qualities that I loved and qualities that I hated. I loved how he was with Kitty and how funny his character was. What I hated was how much of a jealous person he could be and how he would try to stop Lara Jean and Josh from hanging out yet expect her to not have an issue with him hanging out with his ex. That's not cute, it's not cool.

Overall, yes this story had it's issues and no it wasn't perfect. However, it was absolutely wonderful and I really enjoyed reading it. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a fun lighthearted read. 

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Tangled Roots *SIGNED COPY* Giveaway

Tangled Roots by Denise D Young

Hello everyone, I'm so excited to be doing my very first Book Giveaway!! What's available to win is a SIGNED COPY of Tangled Roots by Denise D. Young!

A witch lost in time. A man with magic in his blood and a chip on his shoulder. Dark secrets and shadowy magic. Steamy romance meets contemporary fantasy with a time slip in the first book of this new series.

Cassie Gearhart casts a spell in the forest in the summer of 1974. The next thing she knows, she wakes up to find the world irrevocably changed.

It’s 2019, for one thing. For another, all of her coven members have vanished, leaving behind only one man who holds the key to their secrets, Nick Felson, the grandson of her high priestess and a rough-around-the-edges farm boy who wants nothing to do with twenty-year-old Cassie.

For twenty-three-year-old Nick Felson, there are two worlds: one, Willow Creek, Virginia, before everything went to hell. And the other, after.

He’s sworn off magic, until a confused Cassie knocks on his door in the middle of the night, somehow missing forty-five years’ worth of time. But Nick knows falling for Cassie means letting magic back into his life—and that’s one line he swore he’d never cross.

Can Cassie unravel the mystery that transported her decades into the future? And can Nick resist the powerful magic and heart-pounding passion that swirl in the air whenever he and Cassie are together?

The Tangled Magic Series is intended for readers 18-plus who enjoy short but steamy reads, wild and witchy magic, swoon-worthy kisses, and small-town charm. The series is best read in order. 

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