Posted in July 2016

Girl Hearts Girl by Lucy Sutcliffe #BlogTour

. An inspiring, uplifting and sympathetic story about sexuality and self-acceptance, Lucy Sutcliffe’s debut memoir is a personal and moving coming out story. In 2010, at seventeen, Lucy Sutcliffe began an online friendship with Kaelyn, from Michigan. They began a long distance relationship, finally meeting in 2011. Lucy’s video montage of their first week spent … Continue reading

Stories From The Edge #BlogTour with Sara Grant

Big Questions, Short Stories Guest Post by Sara Grant Short stories can pack a powerful punch. In our new anthology – Stories from The Edge, my fellow authors and I have posed big questions about serious issues, including terrorism, online grooming, doping, racism and bisexuality. My story ‘Nightlight’ was inspired, in part, by the famous … Continue reading

The Bookshelf (July 2016)

Books reviewed this month: Girl Hearts Girl by Lucy Sutcliffe Demon Road (Demon Road #1) by Derek Landy Desolation (Demon Road #2) by Derek Landy Tell Us Something True by Dana Reinhardt We Are Giants by Amber Lee Dodd The Creeper Man by Dawn Kurtagich Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk The Adventures of Alfie Onion … Continue reading

Desolation (Demon Road #2) by Derek Landy

The second book in the mind-blowing new supernatural thriller from bestselling author DEREK LANDY, creator of international sensation Skulduggery Pleasant. Reeling from their bloody encounter in New York City, Amber and Milo flee north. On their trail are the Hounds of Hell – five demonic bikers who will stop at nothing to drag their quarries … Continue reading

Demon Road (Demon Road #1) by Derek Landy

Full of Landy’s trademark wit, action and razor sharp dialogue, DEMON ROAD kicks off with a shocking opener and never lets up the pace in an epic road-trip across the supernatural landscape of America. Killer cars, vampires, undead serial killers: they’re all here. And the demons? Well, that’s where Amber comes in…Sixteen years old, smart … Continue reading

Tell Us Something True by Dana Reinhardt

Seventeen-year-old River doesn’t know what to do with himself when Penny, the girl he adores, breaks up with him. He lives in LA, where nobody walks anywhere, and Penny was his ride; he never bothered getting a license. He’s stuck. He’s desperate. Okay… he’s got to learn to drive. But first, he does the unthinkable—he … Continue reading