Today I bring to you all my Top Ten Books of 2017 list! This is my second year of creating a top ten list after venturing into the world of blogging early in 2016 and you can find my list for the previous year (with some outstanding books on it) at the link below: The… Continue reading My Top Ten Books of 2017.
I decided that over the next couple of days that I would write a couple of blog posts looking at my most popular posts for the year. Splitting the posts into book reviews and other posts. Today it is the turn of my 5 most popular book reviews for 2017 and following on tomorrow it… Continue reading My 5 Most Popular Reviews for 2017.
Today on The Tattooed Book Geek I am pleased to be bringing to you all a guest post courtesy of the author and blogger Josie Jaffrey looking at the two points of view on indie reviews that of the author and that of the blogger. I recently had a couple of issues with authors and… Continue reading Guest Post by Josie Jaffrey: Two Views on Indie Reviews
Happy Saturday everyone! 🙂 As I have had a productive week on the blog and posted each f'n day (a miracle). I thought that I'd do a weekly wrap-up post in case any of you missed the posts in the week as they are all top quality and deserve to be read, loved, cherished and… Continue reading That’s a Wrap!!!
The Cthulu Casebooks - Sherlock Holmes and the Shadwell Shadows. James Lovegrove. 352 pages. Fantasy / Thriller / Urban / Mystery Horror. My Rating: 4 stars out of 5. Book Blurb: It is the autumn of 1880, and Dr John Watson has just returned from Afghanistan. Badly injured and desperate to forget a nightmarish expedition… Continue reading The Cthulu Casebooks – Sherlock Holmes and the Shadwell Shadows Book Review.
Romeo and/or Juliet (A Chooseable Path Adventure). Ryan North. 400 pages. Humour / Parody / Fiction / Sequential Art. 4.5 stars out of 5. I received a free copy of the book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Romeo and/or Juliet is a "choose your own" adventure style of book by Ryan… Continue reading Romeo and/or Juliet (A Chooseable Path Adventure) Book Review.
Well, as long as the review is shorter than the title of this post, it's all good - start with an attempt to make people smile! 🙂 A while ago I reviewed an epic fantasy book called The Wall of Storms by Ken Liu, I absolutely loved the book and would even go as far… Continue reading Book Reviews: Inane ramblings of a deranged mind asking how long should they be and what length is to short? Or, does size matter? 🙂