Authors, Books, Fiction, Young Adult

Publication Day for The Seastone by Francesca Tyer @ftyer_ #YA #NewRelease #Fantasy #TheSeastone

Publication date: 28th October, 2021 The Seastone The Seastone is the second in The Elemental Prophesy series by young adult author Francesca Tyer. It is preceded by her debut novel, The Firestone. In The Seastone, Francesca once again blends magic, technology and adventure in a spellbinding quest of light versus darkness. About the book Several… Continue reading Publication Day for The Seastone by Francesca Tyer @ftyer_ #YA #NewRelease #Fantasy #TheSeastone

Authors, Book Review, Book Reviews, Books, Fiction, Young Adult

#BookReview Fable by Adrienne Young @adriennebooks @wednesdaybooks #YA #FridayReads

Title: Fable Author: Adrienne Young Category: YA Fantasy Publisher: Wednesday Books My Rating: 5 Star Book Blurb: Filled with all of the action, emotion, and lyrical writing that brought readers to Sky in the Deep, New York Times bestselling author Adrienne Young returns with Fable, the first book in this new captivating duology. Welcome to a world made dangerous… Continue reading #BookReview Fable by Adrienne Young @adriennebooks @wednesdaybooks #YA #FridayReads

Blogging, Books, Fiction, Fun Stuff, Historical Fiction, The Writing Process, Travel, Writing, Writing Tools, Young Adult

Writing Research – How I’m Using My Love of History #Vikings #WritingTips

Writing Research Writing fantasy fiction allows me to bend the rules, make stuff up, and be as creative as I want to be. I’ve invented realms, worlds, and races for my Guardian Series, I’ve run with a werewolf pack through Sherwood Forest in my Hood Academy Series, and I’ve turned little red riding hood into… Continue reading Writing Research – How I’m Using My Love of History #Vikings #WritingTips

Authors, Blogging, Book Reviews, Books, Fiction, Fun Stuff, Inspirational, mind body spirit, Non Fiction, Social Media, The Writing Process, Tuesday Book Blog, Wellbeing, Writing, Young Adult

Writing for Two Genres #NonFiction #YA #Interview

Writing for two genres can have it's ups and downs but it certainly keeps me on my toes. Here's an interview I did for fellow blogger, Harry Rodell. As an author of both Fiction and Non-Fiction, what do you feel is your favourite and why?  That’s a tricky question! Writing non-fiction feels a bit like the… Continue reading Writing for Two Genres #NonFiction #YA #Interview