When I started on my journey, to be published, I discovered a package called Scrivener. This is not a sponsored post, I get nothing from recommending Scrivener. I recommend it because it has been the single program which has launched my writing career. Many blogs talk about Scrivener and how it takes the stress out of organisation your writing. I have to agree. The package is not cheap, so it was a bit of a commitment for me to pay out the money. Occasionally, the company will offer free trials, I went straight into purchasing it.
The first time I tried to start this trilogy I failed miserably. The reason I didn’t like it was the physical size of the first book. I couldn’t hold it without my hand aching especially when I tried to read in my favourite place, bed. Not that I am weak and feeble the books … Continue reading The Passage Trilogy – Justin Cronin
Let me start by saying how difficult it is to quantify I Saw a Man into a genre. At first, I thought it might be murder, mystery or thriller. It turned out it was a book on grief. Male grief to be more precise. The premise of the book is an excellent subject. For me, … Continue reading I Saw A Man – Owen Shears
Swallows and Amazons was recommended by a friend as one of her favourite books. As I started reading I’m sure I may have read it as a child but, that didn’t take anything away for me. This is a simply amazing classic story of children being children. Adventure, pirates and exploring. Living a life before … Continue reading Swallows and Amazons – Arthur Ransome
Caitlin Star is a hero of the future a modern day vigilante with a good measure of Lara Croft. I loved the first book in this series and it is always with trepidation you start the second in a series. I was not disappointed in any way. This book is as good as the first … Continue reading Caitlin Star and the Guardian of Forever – James J. Caterino
I listened to Deliverance of Evil in audiobook so some of the comments on the book may be related to this. The book is slow, to begin with, and I credited this to the fact that I did not like the lead character. Having read on I realised that this was part of the plot … Continue reading The Deliverance of Evil – Roberto Costantini