If you like your stories spooky, dark, and full of the power of love and self-belief, then you can’t let yourself miss The Bone Garden!
Review: Women’s Weird
Happy Halloween! I’ve got a review of an appropriately spooky book for you today – a collection of Weird short stories by female writers that, in my opinion, is a must for anyone who likes a good supernatural scare…
It’s taken me an age to get around to reading Robbergirl – I was offered a copy to review by the author back in February during #reviewpit! – and I’m really regretting not reading it earlier, because it’s gorgeous!
Review: Perfectly Preventable Deaths
I got a glimpse of this book from Hot Key last year, and I’ve been eagerly awaiting my chance to read the full thing ever since!
Review: Other Words for Smoke
By now you can probably guess that if it’s got witches, cats, owls, and atmosphere, it’ll be on my TBR!
Review: Cauldron’s Bubble
When I became friends with Amber Elby on Twitter, it was clear that we had loads in common, so I jumped at the chance to review her witchy, Shakespeare-inspired middle grade book, Cauldron’s Bubble. It’s just my cup of tea!
Review: The Spinner of Dreams
I was so pleased when KA Reynolds offered me the chance to read The Spinner of Dreams early, as it was one of my most anticipated MG reads of the year! As it turns out, it was even better than I’d dreamed…
Review: The Gutter Prayer
I saw The Gutter Prayer being hyped as the big fantasy release for 2019, so I used my magic powers (Tomte pictures) to talk my way into a proof to read. I’m so glad I got to read this early, as I think it’s really something special. Weird, but special.
Review: The Outcast Hours
This anthology takes the theme ‘people who are awake at night’ and collects a real variety of stories, most of which are horror-tinged. It’s a mixed bag, as many anthologies are, but there are a few gems in there…
Review: A Pinch of Magic
I was lucky enough to win a proof of A Pinch of Magic from Twitter, and I’m so so glad I got to read this one early! It’s a gorgeous, dark, lush tale of magic and sisterhood, which has found a firm place on my ‘favourites’ shelf.