The Forgotten Crown

A Tales of Truth & Treasures Story James Haddell The wait is over! More myth, magic and mystery awaits in the second fast-paced instalment of the highly acclaimed Tales of Truth & Treasures Series. It’s almost a year to the date that I posted about the amazing first book in the series The Lost Child’sContinue reading “The Forgotten Crown”

Scrumptious Stories Blog Tour

The Ship of Shadows ~ Secrets of the Stars ~ Maria Kuzniar “It’s never a good idea to disturb a reader…” …especially not when they’ve got coffee and cake too! What can I say, I absolutely love my food! Pain Au Chocolate…Lemon Drizzle Cake…Coffee & Walnut Cake…baked goods and laté are life! What could beContinue reading “Scrumptious Stories Blog Tour”

Little Horror

Daniel Peak A tiny terror goes on the run in this hilarious, laugh-out-loud, action-packed adventure. Think Look Who’s Talking meets Rugrats with it’s own highly original spin. I seriously couldn’t put this down and romped through it in one sitting! It’s pure comedy gold combined with a gripping quest to defeat an evil conspiracy andContinue reading “Little Horror”

Kitty & the Starlight Song

Written by Paula Harrison & Illustrated by Jenny Løvlie Girl by day. Cat by night. Ready for adventure. We are super excited to be joining the blog tour for the eighth book in the fur-midable Kitty series Kitty and the Starlight Song. Now if you haven’t yet met junior superhero Kitty and her cat crew,Continue reading “Kitty & the Starlight Song”

The Fabulous Cakes of Zinnia Jakes

Brenda Gurr On your marks…get set…BAKE! The Fabulous Cakes of Zinnia Jakes is a fantastic series for avid adventurers and budding bakers. With a sprinkle of magic and a dusting of delight, at under 100 pages, it’s perfect for children just gaining their appetite for reading. Zoe Jones appears to be like any other 9Continue reading “The Fabulous Cakes of Zinnia Jakes”

Fireborn

Twelve & the Frozen Forest Aisling Fowler An extraordinary new Middle Grade fantasy series is blazing onto bookshelves this autumn. This is such an assured debut – Aisling Fowler’s stunning world building of an imagined prehistoric land by the name of Ember is so meticulous – Fireborn is perfect for fans of the Wolf-bother series,Continue reading “Fireborn”

Shadowghast

Thomas Taylor It’s the first weekend of the summer holidays and I’ve just come back from a mini-break in the quirky seaside town of Eerie-On-Sea.  But there was no time for relaxation… forget lazy fish and chip lunches in Seagol’s diner, leisurely strolls around town mooching in Mrs Fossil’s Flotsam Emporium or browsing Eerie’s infamousContinue reading “Shadowghast”

Skyborn

Sinéad O’Hart Roll up! Roll up! The circus is in town; get your tickets and take a front row seat in the Big Top for an utterly captivating quest story that had me enraptured and enthralled from cover to cover. Hear the drum rolls crescendo, the thunderous applause from the audience and feel the adrenalineContinue reading “Skyborn”

The Misadventures of Nicholas Nabb

Jenny Moore Oliver Twist meets The Greatest Showman… I absolutely adored Bauble, Me & the Family Tree by Jenny Moore (if you haven’t read it you really should!) so I was super excited to read The Misadventures of Nicholas Nabb. There’s villanous Victorians, all the fun of the fair, magic shows, sewer rats and generousContinue reading “The Misadventures of Nicholas Nabb”

Uncle Pete & the Boy Who Couldn’t Sleep

David C. Flannaghan Illustrated by Will Hughes I had the pleasure of reviewing picture books for fantastic indie publisher Little Door books in 2020, so when it was announced that they were releasing their first early-reader chapter book, I was absolutely thrilled to be invited to be a part of the blog tour. Aimed atContinue reading “Uncle Pete & the Boy Who Couldn’t Sleep”

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