The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths – Book Review

The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths is a book I have read before. Writing my own thriller, it helps with writing in first person perspective. It is a great book, where the character Fiona Grey, Fiona Griffiths and Jessica are one mix of emotions. Her character, as an undercover police officer, portrays a realism allContinue reading “The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths – Book Review”

City of Spells – Review

This week’s review is for the Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge. I am reviewing City of Spells by Alexandra Christo. This is not my normal genre, and I found the first book, Into The Crooked Place, the first in the series, in a Tesco, second hand book, charity section. The cover intrigued me, and as IContinue reading “City of Spells – Review”

Blue Skies

Photo credit Darrell Whiley Photo Challenge #423 from https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/. Waves, washing, foaming, travelling across oceans, through blue skies, and grey, until they crash back down, ready for another journey. Back home, through a sea of uncertain thoughts, until it rests, just for a second in time, before moving forward again. Nature, wandering across landscapes, untilContinue reading “Blue Skies”

Review – Into the Crooked Place

I came across this book in my local Tesco. They have a scheme where you can put money towards a charity and give pre-read books new readership. It isn’t my normal genre, but the book cover intrigued me. ”The realms make monsters of us all” was the sub title. I wasn’t disappointed with my choice.Continue reading “Review – Into the Crooked Place”

Review – Emma’s Tapestry – by Isobel Blackthorn

I read this book from Lady Tessa’s great review. It sounded like a book I would love reading, and I wasn’t wrong. This great story follows Emma. A woman with German parents, who moved from their home country many years before. She is born and raised in America, and when meeting her English husband, leavesContinue reading “Review – Emma’s Tapestry – by Isobel Blackthorn”