With my debut novel coming out soon, I have been doing a mini-series on this blog about the publishing process. I was about to do the next stage, which in my experience is to do with the cover, but first I thought I would write a quick post about how to draw a reader inContinue reading “How to draw a reader before they even read the first chapter”
This book was doing the round on social media, and since I am a sucker for magic and fantasy, I decided to get on the hype. A story focusing on a young witch who’s twin was murdered and set on revenge sounds right up my ally. Not to mention, it’s set in Italy. It wasContinue reading “Book review on Kingdom of the Wicked”
After watching Cruella in the cinema the other day, it got me thinking about how poor some villains can be created. I do feel sometimes the author has focused so hard on making the hero seem real and enticing to route for that the villain almost falls short. To me, the villain needs to beContinue reading “How to make a good Villain”
I have never been much of a contemporary reader. I normally like to stick to my fantasy, and occasionally branch out to something such as thriller or historic fiction. But when my friend lended me the book Felix Ever After stating that it is a must read for, quote on quote, EVERYONE!, then I felt that IContinue reading “Book review on Felix Ever After by Karen Callender (Spoilers)”
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