As long-term readers of this blog know, I like to theme and categorise my TBR pile, so this last holiday season just past, I decided to… Read More »6 OF THE BEST: My Orenda Books Christmas
At the beginning of every year, I like to think about the TYPES of book I’m going to read, not to mention the writers behind… Read More »My Reading Pledge This Year – What Is Yours?
So, who are you & what have you written? Okay, so I’m Steph Broadribb also known as Crime Thriller Girl. I’m an alumni of the… Read More »CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Steph Broadribb
1) So, who are you & what have you written? Hello, I’m Rebecca Whitney, and my debut novel The Liar’s Chair was published January 2015,… Read More »CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Rebecca Whitney
I get sent A LOT of books to review, plus I just can’t help myself but buy them as well … As a result my… Read More »Book Love: How I Picked My Top 20 Crime Fiction Faves
The Hunger Games Many thanks to the lovely Yvetta Dourin, who has thrown her hat in the ring and broken down why she likes both… Read More »Book Versus Film: 12 Reasons Why THE HUNGER GAMES Works As Both
Here’s another great infographic, this time on the various themes and backdrops Dystopian YA seems to fall back on. It’s made me realise I seem to… Read More »INFOGRAPHIC – 5 ‘Go To’ Themes For Dystopian YA Novels
So, as in my first ‘Book Vs. Film’ post on DIVERGENT, I’m going to break down the differences as I see them between the film… Read More »Book Versus Film: THE MAZE RUNNER – 11 Ways The Film Is Better