INFOGRAPHIC: Best Books Since The Year 2000

It’s hard to believe, but we’re almost two decades into the twenty first century! The year 2000 seems like yesterday to me … Remember when everyone was freaking out about the so-called ‘Millennium Bug’?? Awww so cute! This fab infographic caught my eye because I’ve been deciding what to read next as part of My…

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BEST OF 3: Emma Pullar, Author

1) Divergent by Veronica Roth Society is divided up into five factions which are Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the peaceful), Erudite (the intelligent), Abnegation (the selfless), and Candor (the honest). We follow Tris Priory; a young woman who takes a test to see which faction she is suited to and the test comes back as Divergent,…

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Ultimate Guide To YA Romance

To view the original post, CLICK HERE or on the infographic itself. Since it’s YA May at the moment, I thought I’d take a look online to see if I could find some VISUAL representations of the YA genre! Romance is a BIG part of YA, so I love this infographic from the brilliant site…

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10 Sensational Classics to Read Right Now

What makes a classic? For me, a classic book is one that penetrates the soul of many readers and stands the test of time … And by that, I mean it continues to sell decades after it was published. We can all state the usual classic books by amazing authors like Dickens and Shakespeare, yet…

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Top 5 Thursday

Thanks very much to Lorraine at Review Cafe for having me recently over at her blog! Lorraine asked me some GREAT questions on my must-read authors and books, as well as other tips and tricks. Here’s the blog post in full, or if you prefer, check it out on Review Cafe HERE or by clicking…

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BEST OF 3 – Writer and Filmmaker Jade S. Bokhari

1) THE WOLF ROAD by Beth Lewis WHY I LIKE IT: Elka and Trapper’s relationship is a fascinating example of Stockholm syndrome. If you knew that the person that raised, rescued and moulded you as his protégé was a depraved killer, would you turn him in? Loyalty, gratitude and a long emotional attachment versus morality…

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BOOK VERSUS FILM: I Am Legend Showdown

I first read I Am Legend, by Richard Matheson, when I was in my late teens and I thought it was brilliant. At the time of reading, and I think this is important to keep in mind, I was coming off the back of Isaac Asimov and Philip K. Dick, Robert Heinlein and Kurt Vonnegut,…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Sarah Pinborough

1) So, who are you & what have you written?  My name is Sarah Pinborough and I’ve written over 20 novels. My most recent are the YA thriller, 13 Minutes, which just sold to Netflix, and Behind Her Eyes, a psychological thriller (HarperFiction UK/ Flatiron US, Jan 2017) You can find me at sarahpinborough.com or…

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