Leaves of Fall is a dystopian novella by Patricia Lynne, and I may have received a copy for its launch last year. The author has rebranded and is now writing as Patricia Josephine, and but the book is still on
The Dark Portal is the first in the Deptford Mice series by Robin Jarvis. I added it to my list ages ago, possibly at that Children’s Fiction workshop I did so long ago. Then I found a copy in the
Leaves of Fall was published yesterday! It’s the latest from Patricia Lynne, who blogs beautiful words and writes a darn good plot. Read more about it: Leaves of Fall by Patricia Lynne genres: Teen & YA / post-apocalyptic Armory was
The Survival Game came into my life via an email from Net-Galley. I am very grateful to the publishers for letting me read an ARC (a very well formatted ARC, too). This completely lived up to my expectations. In fact,
The Company of Eight was a book I requested on Net-Galley, so I thank them and the publishers for allowing me a review copy. As usual, my review is my honest opinion of the book. The Company of Eight Harriet
I received a free ebook of Wind Catcher as part of a MDBR Book Review Blast. I understood it was an upper MG fantasy, which is stretching what I think is appropriate, and I’d classify it as YA with a young
I’m moving into racier territory with this blog tour, but although it’s for older teens and YA – and adults – it looked fun and not too schmaltzy or violent… and judging from the excerpt below, my instincts were right.
Oh, boy! In Matt Archer: Monster Hunter, Matt discovers he is born to hunt monsters with the aid of a knife which seems to give him special powers. Now Matt finds so much more about this knife – and most