Book review – A Fever of The Blood by Oscar De Muriel 

  The first section of this book is written in third person and flips between 3 different events spanning several years apart as a sort of prologue. They serve well to introduce characters, prepare the plot and pique the readers interest. They leave the reader with several unanswered questions which draw you in.  Chapter 1 changes slightly … Continue reading Book review – A Fever of The Blood by Oscar De Muriel 

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Two Poems

Here are two poems I wrote for a recent university assignment. I'd be greatful for opinions as always 🙂 Pizza Spaghetti like worms feels too cliché, But it’s hard to find the words to say, How it feels when it slips around in your mouth, Jumping about like a freshly caught trout, Tomatoes are red … Continue reading Two Poems

Real Crimes Are Hard to Find

This is a short story I wrote for a university assignment. It's light hearted crime fiction and as always opinions are welcome 🙂 ‘A bike?’ ‘Yes, Sir.’ ‘That’s what I’m being called out to, a bloody bicycle?’ The young officer trembled slightly under the wrathful glare of his superior. He nodded his head. ‘That’s what … Continue reading Real Crimes Are Hard to Find

Book Review – The Final Seven by Erica Spindler 

  I've got a mixed bag of feelings about this one...  I love Erica Spindler's books. They're always along the lines of either a crime thriller like her Stacy Killian novels and her romantic suspense novels which are usually a combination of creepy and thriller.  This one was a bit different though. It had the crime … Continue reading Book Review – The Final Seven by Erica Spindler 

Book Review: You and Me, Always by Jill Mansell 

   'It wasn't real life, obviously. Not real real life, because that would never allow such a neat storyline with all the loose ends tied up.'  In the words of the lady herself. Jill Mansell always creates beautiful books with beautiful endings and all the loose ends tied up. That's what makes her novels so … Continue reading Book Review: You and Me, Always by Jill Mansell 

Book Review – Far From True by Linwood Barclay 

   Aaaaah the frustration! The need! what is with that number 23?!!  I feel that Far From True has brought me a little closer to the truth. There's some more breadcrumbs been dropped for me. I thought I'd worked it out but then I wasn't so sure again, wasn't sure if maybe my idea of … Continue reading Book Review – Far From True by Linwood Barclay