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2016 NetGalley Challenge80%Professional ReaderChallenge Participant
This blog is mainly to share books I’ve read, whether good or bad,Β along with other stuff I think is interesting or worth recommending. As well as reading lots I love crafty stuff, make up, fitness, shopping and delicious food.
I decided to start this blog mainly because I noticed a lack of blogs about adult fiction in general, compared to many blogs focusing on Young Adult books. Now that I’ve got more deeply into the blogging world I see there are actually lots of amazing blogs focusing on adult fiction, but I didn’t realise that when I started this blog! Still, what’s one more eh? πŸ™‚
I read a wide range of books (mainly fiction) andΒ some of my favourite authors are: Peter James, Donna Tartt, Sophie Hannah, Dorothy Koomson, Robert Bryndza, Peter Robinson, Marian Keyes, Susan Hill… and many, many more! The list goes on and on and I would read every moment of the day if it wasn’t for pesky work and a mortgage to pay!
For my review request information please visit this page.
Hopefully this blog will be entertaining and interesting!
Laura πŸ™‚

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42 comments

  1. I’m with you on this one! There are a lot of YA book blogs out there, but as an avid reader of just about everything, I wanted to focus more on adult and contemporary fiction! Love the blog!

    • Thanks very much! Hoping to have a bit more time to blog in the new year when I’m settled into my new house a bit more! I just had a look at your blog so am following that now too, looks great! πŸ™‚

  2. I really like your site!! It’s very easy to use and looks really good. Are you open to review request? I would be honored if you reviewed my book!
    Title: The Water Travelers: Heir of the Unknown
    Genre: YA/Fiction/Fantasy/Romance
    Bio: The people of Upitar have the ability to go back forth between their world and Earth, through water. Aaron Archien is the heir to the throne of Upitar, and before his father feels he is ready to become king, he is given one last task: go to Earth, find the daughter of Michael Harper, bring her to Upitar, and kill her. The girl, Madalyne Harper, was prophesied about long ago to destroy the waterways, thus ending the world of Upitar. Although against the idea of taking an innocent life, Aaron agrees to do it for the sake of his people. But, upon going to Earth, he unknowingly meets Madalyne and they fall in love before their fates become known.
    – Dan

  3. Hi Laura
    Not sure if this is the appropriate place (or even the appropriate thing to do) but yours is one of the very first reviews I’ve had of The Hidden Legacy and I wanted to tell you how thrilled I was by your lovely comments and by your positive response to the novel. You have no idea how much I appreciate it. Maybe when all this is less new to me I’ll be a bit more blasΓ© about it but I hope not. Certainly, to a debut author, it means a lot.
    Please don’t feel obliged to reply unless you’d like to.
    Thank you.
    Graham (Minett)

    • Hello Graham, I am so thrilled you like my review (which I’ll also be posting on here shortly, nearer the publication date!) and want to thank you for commenting- it’s made my day! Good luck with the release date, once my review’s live I’ll be sharing on Twitter so will make sure to copy you in πŸ™‚ Laura

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