everywhere in September

Lots of reviews this month, which I don’t know how I managed, I’ve not been around as much to connect with all you lovelies which does make me sad, but I’m hoping to get back into the swing of it in the coming month. Also I have a little announcement coming up which is scary exciting for me, so keep your eyes peeled.

Books Reviewed

clicking on the cover will take you to the review



Light Years

A tough one to summarise my overall thoughts on but I was engrossed in this book.



Writing Diverse Characters

A must have for any writer full of amazing tips.

deadly burial


Deadly Burial

An entertaining crime thriller with wrestlers and rabbits.

I also hosted a guest post from Jon Richter about finding time to right.

cause of death


Cause Of Death

Another favourite book of the year, brilliant characters and storyline, pick this one up if you can.

the daughter


The Daughter

Good writing and chilling storyline but I read it out of order and didn’t quite connect with it.

raven boys


The Raven Boys

Interesting plotline and characters, maybe a few too many questions but im looking forward to reading the next book.

Chasing Ella front cover


Chasing Ella

A modern twist on Cinderella, an easy read with lovely characters.



13 Minutes

Yet another favourite, a psychological thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat.

Other goings on this month were…

A guest post from a character from the book Death In Dulwich

My Insecure Writer’s Support Group post in which I asked for some advice

A writespiration post about alternate beginnings

A spotlight on Stories for Homes a collection of short stories whose proceeds go to charity

Coming up…


—————nowhere girls     Uprooted     dead men naked



10 thoughts on “everywhere in September”

      1. im not sure, I have read lots of comments saying it’s just another girl on the train or gone girl. I’ve only read the 2nd one and can’t see the connection. I also think if you can read the ending in one go it also helps you get in the zone

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      2. I think a lot of psychological thrillers end up feeling similar if you read them back to back. but I agree if you put those type of books down too often it kind of ruins the suspense. I’ve not marked it off the list yet 🙂


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