Sunday, 22 January 2012

Giveaway: Lets get Lade (CLOSED)

Ok, so it's in no way a crude book. It's a comedy! just look at some of the reviews:

"The twists and turns will suck you in as you cross your fingers and hope that no one gets Lade! Great writing that will keep you laughing the whole way through!" - Alexia E Purdy , 5 STARS 
"Thomas Amo is a brilliant writer, and he captures the craziness of these events perfectly!" - Timony Souler , 5 STAR 

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Double the reviews...

It's gonna get bigger!
Alright, quick post!

So, looking at book reviews by other people and looking at my own made me think. My reviews are more about structure and other things than 'omg-you-have-to-read-this'...which isn't an entirely good thing.

Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Review: Kara and the Amulet of Amun-Ra

Title: Kara and the Amulet of Amun-Ra (Book #1)
Author: Paul A Hilton
Released: 30th April 2011
Genre: (Children & Tween) Fantasy (Fiction)
My Rating:  ★★★ (3 out of 5)


Moving into the old vicarage at Clifton Ridge, fourteen year old Kara is called to the cellar where she finds an ancient wooden door. The door dates back to the days of Ancient Egypt. Trapped inside the door is the soul of Sahu- a long dead Pharaoh.

Interview: Steven Montano

Steven Montano has also published numerous short stories, Dungeons & Dragons RP material and many articles for Wizards of the Coast. The third book in the BLOOD SKIES series will be published in March 2012. You can visit his site, which comtains his blog, here. The first in the series 'Blood Skies' is available on Amazon and 'Black Scars'- the second in the series- is also available on Amazon. You can follow him on twitter @daezarkian

Now for the interview: ↓ 

Monday, 9 January 2012

English Exam Tips!

Ok, so, anyone taking a GCSE in English Language has a 2 hour 15 minute exam tomorrow; in Britain. It's at 8:25am if you dind't already know...

Well, I have it too and i'm sharing some notes I have on how to get a grade A/A*/B. So here I go.

Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Interview: Phil Partington

Phil is a writing enthusiast of many years and he has had non-fiction articles published in national magazines, web publications, governmental trade publications and other media arenas.

He currently has his book Deshay of the Woods on Authonomy for free and you don't need an account to read it! If you'd like top comment of rate the book then you'll need an account which is quick, simple and free (also you can read and rate other great books!)

Now for the interview!

Monday, 2 January 2012

Reflections: Another year gone by.

Well, Happy New Year folks!

I bet you're already sick of hearing those three words? Ah, well, I promise not to say them again.

The point of this particular post is to look back at 2011 and pick out what changed in your life; the negative and the positive.

 So, What happened in your 2011?

Seen as you can't answer me right now- whilst i'm still writing this- I'll go ahead and pick out a few things from my year.