Forget her Name by Jane Holland

My review This is one book where I felt I was Sherlock Holmes, or rather the female, diluted version, of less brilliant and less intelligent one, minus the cheekbones of Benedict Cumberbatch too. I looked at all the characters with doubt and suspicion, holding a magnifying glass to minutely check their words... And I doubted … Continue reading Forget her Name by Jane Holland

Can’t. Sit. by Rick Lunkenheimer #bookblurb #bookpublicity

Hello!! Today I present to you the book blurb of a fantastic book, a memoir which is both inspirational and touching. Every line in the book was heart warming... I loved it. Here I go.. BOOK BLURB Everyone sits. But what happens when even that simple action is enough to cause severe back pain? Despite … Continue reading Can’t. Sit. by Rick Lunkenheimer #bookblurb #bookpublicity

The Brand Strategist’s Note by Sophia S Ahn

My review Brand - a tiny unubiquitous word, which has 5 only letters in it, but yet when joined together becomes a power, all on its own. We all love the word 'brand' and probably use it practically everyday. But do we ever think about what goes in the background of choosing a name and … Continue reading The Brand Strategist’s Note by Sophia S Ahn

Little Maryam by Hamid Baig #bookalert #bookpublicity @HamidBaigz

Hey guys!! My fellow readers and friends!! I am so excited to introduce the soon to be published book Little Maryam written by a fantastic author, Hamid Baig. A fabulous book, one which will wrench the strings of your heart and make you feel the emotions that very few books can ever do. Here I … Continue reading Little Maryam by Hamid Baig #bookalert #bookpublicity @HamidBaigz

The Shadow Girl by Misty Mount #bookblitz @shanannigans81 @MistyAMount

My first book blitz as organised by Shannon. This is for you, Shannon and author, Misty Mount The Shadow Girl by Misty Mount Genre: YA/ Fantasy/ Coming of Age Publication Date: December 28, 2017 Synopsis: Shy, thirteen-year-old Zylia has always known she was different. Most teenagers feel unnoticed and unseen, but for Zylia, it's something … Continue reading The Shadow Girl by Misty Mount #bookblitz @shanannigans81 @MistyAMount

Dexter Boomstick by M. P. LOMBARDO #bookpublicity #bookreview

My review Can nightmares playing in one man's head become a reality? Apparently so..... And this is running the theme of this book. I started reading this book thinking it to be a sci-fi thriller, but it soon overtook dark tones of a horror. I have to admit I was a wee bit scared... Just … Continue reading Dexter Boomstick by M. P. LOMBARDO #bookpublicity #bookreview

Bring Me Flowers by D. K. Hood

My review I wanted a fast whodunit which was not too serial killery with macabre descriptions. I have been hearing good things about this author D. K. Hood on the social media. So armed with foreboding apprehension about reading a book which does have a serial killer concept, I was pleasantly surprised that it was … Continue reading Bring Me Flowers by D. K. Hood

Chip’s World: Complex #31 and the Caretaker by Thomas Hill 

My review There is something so wonderfully exciting to read about one man fighting against the villains. There is something so valiant about the entire concept. This has enchanted mankind from the beginning of life. And what happens if that one man army is a puny, nerdy family man who suddenly finds himself exiled all … Continue reading Chip’s World: Complex #31 and the Caretaker by Thomas Hill