|Random House - Bantam Press|
Saturday, 28 February 2015
Friday, 27 February 2015
|Harper Collins Children's Books|
You can read an interview with Kerry Drewery
where she talks about her inspiration for A Dream of Lights
UKYA Extravaganza is an event happening on 28th February in Birmingham and is showcasing 35 great YA authors from all over the country.
It’s an opportunity to meet, mingle and chat about all things YA.
Thursday, 26 February 2015
I read this book as part of the Love Reading.co.uk Reading Panel.
The paperback of The Book of Life will be available from all good book shops from the 9th April 2015.
My thanks also to NetGalley and Headline for my digital copy of this book
Wednesday, 25 February 2015
12th March 2015
Tuesday, 24 February 2015
I am delighted to welcome
|Published by Keyes Ink|
Monday, 23 February 2015
Bloggers on the blog
My latest Monday feature showcases some of the best of my book blogging community.
These are the unsung heroes who are constantly on the look out for new and exciting books
and who give so generously of their time, energy and expertise.
So come and meet the Bloggers who Blog.
I am delighted to introduce
Liz Loves Books
Liz welcome to Jaffareadstoo
and thanks for taking part in our
10 questions in 10 minutes....
What type of book makes you happy?
Anything that gets the blood pumping. Example: Pierce Brown and the Red Rising trilogy. Nearly drove me insane but I loved it so much. I can't even tell you the range of emotions that I went through reading both Red Rising AND Golden Son.
Which book have you recommended the most?
The Humans by Matt Haig. The book that saved my life. I am determined that everyone on the planet will have read it before I die.
My first copy of "To Kill a Mockingbird" Now well worn and tattered it was given to me by my Dad who has not been with us for many years.
Oh most recently Revival by Stephen King. But the book above all others that made me hide under the duvet was House of Leaves by Mark Z Danielewsky
Oh gosh I have NO idea. I have bookshelves full of books I've not YET read. Probably over 200. Its just the way I like it!
Tell me about a book you’ve read more than three times?
What’s your idea of book heaven or book hell?
Book Heaven: A new Courtney Summers (or add ANY of my fave authors there) book, 2 hours, coffee and no-one to bother me.
Book Hell : Anything involving the term "New Adult" What IS a New Adult anyway?
My big comfy swivel reading chair with a blanket and often one of my kids curled up with their book beside me.
You can find Liz on her website http://lizlovesbooks.com/
My thanks to Liz for giving so generously of her time
Sunday, 22 February 2015
Was born in Oswestry, Shropshire. In 1913 he went to France for two years to work as a language tutor. He began writing poetry as a teenager. In 1915 he returned to England to enlist in the army and was commissioned into the Manchester Regiment.
On 4 November 1918 he was killed while attempting to lead his men across the Sambre canal at Ors. The news of his death reached his parents on 11 November, Armistice Day
Thursday, 19 February 2015
|American Wilderness Book 1|
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Wednesday, 18 February 2015
|Random House UK|
My thanks to NetGalley and Transworld for my ecopy of this book.
You can read more about the Bronte's here
In the footsteps of the Brontes
©Digital Images - John D Barton
Tuesday, 17 February 2015
|Random House UK|
We all have secrets.....
Monday, 16 February 2015
Winter Siege is available in paperback from all good book stores.
Sunday, 15 February 2015
I think this poem, written by Edward Thomas for his wife Helen is a fitting tribute
for Valentine's Weekend.
Saturday, 14 February 2015
Thursday, 12 February 2015
and also on my personal FB page.
Tuesday, 10 February 2015
|Random House UK|
My thanks to NetGalley and Random House, Ebury Publishing
Monday, 9 February 2015
Helena thanks so much for sharing your thoughts so eloquently.
Jaffa and I wish you continued success.
Sunday, 8 February 2015
Under the Shadow
1858 - 1924
Where bluebells draw the sky down to the wood,
Where, 'mid brown leaves, the primroses awake
And hidden violets smell of solitude;
Beneath green leaves bright-fluttered by the wing
Of fleeting, beautiful, immortal Spring,
I should have said, 'I love you,' and your eyes
Have said, 'I, too . . . ' The gods saw otherwise.
For this is winter, and the London streets
Are full of soldiers from that far, fierce fray
Where life knows death, and where poor glory meets
Full-face with shame, and weeps and turns away.
And in the broken, trampled foreign wood
Is horror, and the terrible scent of blood,
And love shines tremulous, like a drowning star,
Under the shadow of the wings of war.
Saturday, 7 February 2015
|Accent Press 2014|
My thanks to the author for sharing her book with me.