I read a decent number of books in 2018. Today, I'd like to feature five of my favourites.
It's about time any of my writer companions out there who haven't heard of Writing Monsters yet, did. And that they go ahead and pick up a copy.
I've said it before, and I'll probably say it again: I love a good twist on a classic. When it comes to today's featured book, that twist is on a classic tale most of us know and love. With a new take on Rapunzel, Tamara Grantham's The Witch's Tower sounds like it's going to be a… Continue reading Cover reveal: The Witch’s Tower, by Tamara Grantham
I always find little thrills of happiness in Inkheart: details I'd forgotten, literary references I've since come to understand, that sort of thing. There's always something that makes the book worth re-reading.
The Marbury Lens, by Andrew Smith, is perfect if you're looking for something a little bit dark, a little bit literary, and a little bit fantasy.