Well, what a month it has been since I started my Little Book Worm blog...
I have discovered a whole host of wonderful people within the publishing industry; authors, publishers, fellow bloggers and readers and I must say, what an amazing group they are! All filled with lovely and meaningful advice and always happy to help and promote each other, it really is a joy to be involved with these great people!
My most successful blog post is by far the absolutely amazing The Sister by Louise Jensen, what a flipping book... With over 600 views, I was blown away!
I've read some great books over the last couple of weeks, including:
- Silent Scream by Angela Marsons
- Mummy's Favourite by Sarah Flint
- The Fire Child by S.K Tremayne
- Local Missing Girl by Claire Douglas
- The Step Mother by Claire Seeber
- Willow Cottage (Sunshine & Secrets Part 1) by Bella Osborne
And I even had my first ever book banner quote by Aria Fiction with a quote taken from my review!
I've just added an email subscription option to my site (only just figured out how to do it!) so feel free to sign up!
Over the next few weeks you can expect reviews of the following:
- In the Wake of Death by Billy McLaughin
- The Good Husband by Christobel Kent
- The Lost Girls by Angela Marsons
- Evil Games by Angela Marsons
- Cut To The Bone by Alex Cann
- Play Dead by Angela Marsons
I am certain you may have noticed a theme running through my TBR pile... I read my first Ms Marsons book, Silent Scream last week and boy oh boy, what a book it is! I was gripped, totally and utterly adore the way she wrote and as such, I downloaded the rest of her books on my Kindle immediately, I have these to read for pleasure though as I have a few reviews to do for others first (which is obviously brilliant, but at the same time I want to read more D.I Stone!!)
I am also working on writing some retrospective reviews of the book s I have read in the past, this is taking a while though as I am reading and working on the current book reviews! One thing I have noticed since starting this blog is that I am never not reading, having recently given up a career in sales to start training as a proofreader, all I seem to do at the moment is read, read & read some more!!! I took a little part time job in customer services for a carpet manufacturer and as it's all phone based, I can read in-between calls - which is brilliant!
Well, I'm heading off to start another book, the lovely Shell Barker over at https://www.facebook.com/groups/CrimeBookClub/ has asked for a review so I best get started... Then next on the list is Christobel Kent's The Good Husband which I will be completing for www.TheBookBag.co.uk
Hope you all have a great week get in touch if you would like me to review a book or just to say hi!
Love & all that jazz