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‘Jack lowered the glittering crystal. “Hard to believe something this small is worth an entire city,” he said as he put it back in his pocket.’ – Chapter 1 Waylaid by Kim Harrison Worlds collide when Rachel Morgan of The Hollows meets Peri Reed of The Drafter in this exciting new short story from #1… Continue reading Tidbit Tuesday – Waylaid
February has dawned, damp and grey, so here’s my TBR list to help cheer you up. It includes this month’s book for my British Books Challenge (BBC) and the book selected by my Book Club along with some others from my shelf & Kindle backlog! Books that count toward my BBC will be highlighted in… Continue reading My February 2017 TBR
So, in a moment of madness I signed up to join in with the LGBT Readathon being hosted over at A Daydreamer’s Thoughts at the end of the month (25th-31st May). Because trying to read more than normal during a busy half term around a four year old and a five year old is a… Continue reading Too Many Choices – I Need Your Help!
‘Kim Harrison’ Much like Daughter Of Smoke And Bone, I got my first Kim Harrison book (Dead Witch Walking) from my Mum’s book catalogue as a ‘pick a random book’ choice. It turned out that my impulse choice based entirely on the cover art and catchy title opened my eyes to what was to become… Continue reading Carole’s Book Alphabet ~ ‘K’ is for…
Blood Work – An Original Hollows Graphic Novel by Kim Harrison Published: Del Ray, 12th July 2011 Length: 172 pages (Hardcover) Where Did I Get It? Bought off Amazon for £14.44 (using my winnings from the short story competition) Summary (from Goodreads): When Ivy met Rachel, the result wasn’t exactly love at first sight. Sparks… Continue reading Blood Work by Kim Harrison ~ A Graphic Novel Review
Lucy Gives It Up For The Boss by Jackie White (Pure Fantasy Books, Kindle Edition) ~ 1/5* Opening Line: Lucy hated to admit it, but Gary did look hot in a black suit. ~ I’m not sure I can manage 100 words about this book really. There isn’t much to say. There is practically no… Continue reading December Reading – 100 Word Reviews