It seems to be the ‘in thing’ to write about your favourite books for the past year. And who am I to go against the grain. Of course, your favourite books are not ones you’ve heard about or like the cover of, they are fiction books you’ve actually read. Here is my list of favourite … Read moreMy Favourite Fiction Books for 2011
The Broken Thing by Peter Swift My rating: 4 of 5 stars The cover attracted me to this book. The minute I saw it I paused and thought, “Now, that looks interesting.” It promised weird things with its vivid colours and wacky looking character. Fright Files is a series for younger readers. As I write … Read moreeBook Review: Fright Files – The Broken Thing
The Land of Miu is the first book in a series for younger readers. It can be purchased as a paperback (refer to my official The Land of Miu page). Or, it can be downloaded as a free ebook from the following places: Smashwords (available in various digital formats including epub and kindle) Kobo Books … Read moreeBook Available for Free!
Actually, ET never left, it just started behaving itself. ET, of course, stands for Essential Thombocytosis. But you knew that, right? Back in July 2010, I wrote a post called The Disorder Has a Name. The disorder is a blood disorder I have and Essential Thombocytosis is its name. I’ve been on medication for 18 … Read moreET Returns
Jokers Club by Gregory Bastianelli My rating: 4 of 5 stars The blurb for this book was intriguing. I liked the idea of a man seriously ill with a brain tumor returning to his hometown to revisit his past. The fact that the man was having trouble distinguishing from reality and imagination also grabbed my … Read moreeBook Review: Jokers Club
On Friday, 25 November 2011, The Land of Miu was published. It is important to note that this is the second edition of the first book of the Land of Miu series. I know it’s getting tiresome reading that sentence everywhere, but I want to ensure existing readers totally understand that this is not the … Read moreReleased: The Land of Miu
Hal Spacejock by Simon Haynes My rating: 4 of 5 stars The book took me longer than anticipated to read, but that wasn’t the fault of the book … life demanded my attention elsewhere. Once those demands were met, I was able to immerse myself back into the story. It was easy to pick up … Read moreeBook Review: Hal Spacejock
The King’s Riddle is the second book of The Land of Miu Series. This book takes us back to the four friends (Kate, Emma, Alara and Siptah) three months after the first book ends. And, this book is told from Siptah’s point of view so the reader will be provided with more background information in … Read moreA New Cover for The King’s Riddle