FNAF: The Twisted Ones By Scott Cawthon {Review}

Here we go again! The second book in the Five Nights at Freddy’s book series! It’s almost everything you want in a sequel: a changed by familiar protagonist, familiar enemies and a good supporting cast.

It’s still cheesy, it’s still as poorly written as an extremely low budget horror movie and I still enjoyed it! But…not as much as its predecessor. Continue reading

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Beneath the Skin – Author Interview and Excerpt {Author Interview}

Beneath the Skin is the debut novel from former divorce lawyer Caroline England.

To give you a taste of what Beneath the Skin has to offer I’ve partnered with Avon, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, to give you a special excerpt of Beneath the Skin and an exclusive author interview with Caroline England!

Beneath the Skin is a psychological thriller around lies, deceit, friendship and betrayal that’s sure to keep you on the edge of your seat, have you feverishly page turning and send you many chilling moments that’ll truly get….beneath your skin (I know, I know – I couldn’t help it). Continue reading

An audience with Evan Guilford-Blake {Author Interview}

Evan Guilford-Blake is an accomplished author who has tried his hand, successfully, at many forms of writing – he’s a successful playwright, has written short story collections, works of fiction and poetry to name a few. His stories have won multiple competitions and he’s won more than 40 playwriting contests.

I recently came across Evan’s work for the first time via American Blues – a short story collection set in America and all centred around the blues – the emotion and the music. You can read my review of the collection here. Evan has quickly become one of my favourite authors and I contacted him to see if he fancied a chat about his work. Luckily for me (and you) he said yes, so without further ado, here is the interview! Continue reading

A Semi-Definitive List of Worst Nightmares by Krystal Sutherland {ARC Review}

Each member of Esther Solar’s family is consumed and obsessed by a fear and Esther believes it’s because of a family curse bestowed upon her grandfather and passed down through the family that eventually results in that family member’s death. Trying to outsmart the curse and the reaper, Esther makes a semi-definitive list of worst nightmares of things to avoid for the rest of her life, but then Jonah Smallwood comes back into her life and Esther, reluctantly, comes to realise, with Jonah’s help, that it’s time to face her fears. Continue reading