Want to know what I was loving for the month of March? Take a peek!
As the title reads, my cousin has released her new book! She has wrote several different vampire-esqe books which take a more old school approach on vampires (instead of the cliche of today!).
I haven’t been able to read this one yet, but I know that it is going to be very good as her other books keep you wanting to read more!
“For fans of Mortal Instruments, this story of witches, magic, and spooky going-ons is a perfect addition for any horror fan.
Sometimes Halloween is all trick, and no treat.
Danny Hallows is no ordinary fifteen year old. After his parents’ divorce, he relocates to a small Welsh town called Willow Creek where he accidentally sets off the beginnings of a 600 year old prophecy. Discovering his family are related to the last witch of the 1656 witch trials in Wales, he is faced with protecting his family’s legacy and saving Halloween from the dark sorceress Morwenna, who is hell bent on revenge for what Danny’s great-grandmother did to her all those years ago.
Can Danny stop the prophecy before it’s too late?”
Her book is currently £2.33 on Amazon which is ridiculously cheap, and you can also find her other books which are such a good read! Search for K. A. Hambly and they’ll all appear 😀
CHECK IT OUT HERE: Amazon
If you want to check out my review of her past book ‘Rise Of The New Bloods: From Dark Beginnings’, then CLICK HERE!
Hope you all have fun reading! Let me know what you think!
Title: Wool Author: Hugh Howey Purchase: Available in the UK on Amazon Overall Rating: 4/5 Great For: Fans of the Hunger Games Themes: Review: I finished this book and I immediately want to read the next in the series! To put this book simply, like others have said, it’s got a similar theme to the hunger games but for an older audience.. …
Kindle This is probably one of the most used apps on my iPad. I am forever reading when I have the time, and this is the easiest way for me. As my eyesight is poor, I like being able to adjust the text size and to see the percentage of progress throughout the book. Also, …
Here are a few apps that I love to use on my iPad Mini – this part is mainly for productive apps, as I don’t play too many games, but I will add a second part with the ones that I enjoy using. WordPress I don’t usually blog from my ipad, but it’s really handy …