Friday, 30 December 2011

We ♥ Lykans...well I do anyway!

Hello there!

So, the age old battle of Vamps Vs Weres is over: in my mind anyway.
I'll admit that, for a super long amount of time, it was the cold, bloodthristy, inhumanly beautiful (apparently sparkly) vampires that had won my heart. But, my mind has been changed...for good.

Now, if you read my interview with Blaire kensley you'd know that she's a vampire kinda gal.In her mind the shedding would get to her...a very valid point. So I guess we're on different teams now...

What changed my mind you ask?
Well, naturally, a book did. Not just any book; an awesome, one-of-a-kind tale told in three parts (yes, a trilogy.)


Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Interview: Marc. E. Hopkins

Marc Hopkins has two e-books currently published: What killed Jonathon Harnish?(Amazon, B&N, Smashwords) was his first creation followed by Perspective: The Portrayal of Esther Joy White (Amazon, B&N, Smashwords). Follow him on Twitter or like his Facebook Page. What killed Jonathon Harnish? is a suspence thriller novel that has recieved 7 five star reviews on Amazon.Perspective: The Portrayal of Esther Joy White is a womans fiction novel that has also recieved high-rated reviews on Amazon. 

Now, the interview...

Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Monday, 12 December 2011

Review: Soul Protectors

Title: Soul Protector (Book #1)
Author: Amanda Leigh Cowley
Released: Monday 18th July 2011
Genre: Paranormal Romance (Fiction)
My Rating: ★★★★ (4 out of 5)

Gracie doesn't know she's a Soul Protector.

After being dragged on a night out to celebrate a friend’s birthday, she discovers she can switch into other people’s bodies. Within minutes she manages to switch back, but doubting her sanity, decides to keep it to herself until she can work out why it happened.

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Cleaning up that grammar #4


Alright, so there won’t be a lot of drivel in this post, mainly because there is a lot to get through but also because I haven’t got much time!

There are 7 types of noun- including pronouns- in the English language. Bet you didn’t know that! It may sound like a lot to learn but we use them every day without realising. Once you read a short definition of each you’ll realise how simple it actually is. So here we go:

Monday, 5 December 2011

Cleaning up that grammar #3

Parts of speech, articles and determiners.
Nouns, pronouns, verbs ect will be described in more detail in seperate posts.

Parts of speech:

Every word in the English language can be put into categories according to it’s ‘grammatical functions’. A sentence is made up of these grammatical parts, hence the title parts of speech. In general there are eight parts of speech: interjection, conjunction, preposition, noun, pronoun, verb. adverb and adjective. There is a little poem that teaches about the parts of speech, you may have heard it before: