Book review – The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks 

   'i'm proud of you. I haven't said those words to you as often as I should have. I say them now, not because you chose to stay with me through an incredibly difficult time, but because I wanted you to know that you're the remarkable person I've always dreamed you could be.' I was … Continue reading Book review – The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks 

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Book review – The Ballroom by Anna Hope

   It's cliche but I've only one word to describe this book: WOW!  I first heard about The Ballroom when it was reviewed in a magazine and I liked the sound of the premise, not to mention it was set in Yorkshire my home county. Finding out it was based on a real asylum also … Continue reading Book review – The Ballroom by Anna Hope

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 

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