The Grass People || Borrowers – But For Grown-Ups

The Grass People live in small villages, surrounded by the constant threats of mowers and giant four-legged creatures. But their life is not governed by these massive machines and beings. They live and die happy, passionate about their crafts, full of love for family and friends, and finding adventure and resources in everything they come … Continue reading The Grass People || Borrowers – But For Grown-Ups

The Jumble Sale || A Kind, Creative Story (Blog Tour)

This is a simple but endearing story with a deeper message running through the threads of the tale. This deeper message revolves around the theme of working together and sharing what we have, and follows a group of mashed-up, 'misfit monsters' who all live together near a dump.

Becoming Mrs. Lewis || An Utterly Delightful Tale of True Love

Joy Davidman is a woman trapped in a marriage with an alcoholic. She's torn between her writing and her expected duties and a mother, and, to boot, suffering from multiple ailments and illnesses. Her life feels like one long trudge through expectations and sadness – until one glorious moment it her son's nursery, when she … Continue reading Becoming Mrs. Lewis || An Utterly Delightful Tale of True Love

Eternal Seas || A Sea-Faring Adventure Story (Blog Blitz)

Such a small parcel shouldn't cause experienced smugglers much trouble. But, as Finn and Aria discover, this is the most dangerous delivery of their lives. Battered by storms and chased across the globe by an evil warlord, they enlist the help of a strange witch-doctor. Together, they struggle to solve the mystery while the fate … Continue reading Eternal Seas || A Sea-Faring Adventure Story (Blog Blitz)

The London Eye Mystery || If Nobody Else Could Figure it Out, Could You?

This is a story about fear and hope; searching and grieving, when to give up and when to never stop trying. It's touching and hilarious, tear-jerking and heart-warming. It's very much worth reading, and will keep you tightly held in the narrative as the strings of every clue are wound into a web that draws together perfectly at the culmination of the story. It's very, very good – and so worth reading!

Literary Teatime || Caramel Brownies and Quotes Galore

If anything exists that's as good as brownies, it's probably caramel brownies. When I read the description of caramel brownies in 'The Boy Who Steals Houses', I knew what my next literary teatime was going to consist of... and oh, they were delish... I love books with descriptions of food - because for me, they … Continue reading Literary Teatime || Caramel Brownies and Quotes Galore