Book review: The burning girls – C J Tudor

This is a thriller which, at the beginning, this seems like just a paranormal mystery, but it soon turns into something more sinister. The general concept is that a vicar by the name of Jack (a female) has been involved in something that seemed shady and so they transfer her to the church of a [...]

FFFC: Commute to nowhere

It was just another regular Wednesday morning commute to work when it happened. Everything was normal as I was cycling through London. The traffic was very busy, as per usual, when I was speeding towards London Bridge. I can remember hearing the chimes of Big Ben announcing 9 AM as I passed.I swore quietly to [...]

Review: Born in fire – K.F.Breene

The cover description of this book is: Supernatural Bounty Hunter isn’t the sort of thing you see on LinkedIn. But with a rare type of magic like mine, I don’t have many options. So dangerous or not, the job is mine. And it was going fine, until an old as sin vampire stole my mark, [...]

FFFC: Office timer

This is my first ever attempt at Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge, hope you all enjoy it 🙂  The image below is from Mike at Pexels.com. I don’t know why, but dad’s egg timer always fascinated me. It wasn’t because of the size, all the colours of the grains of sand within. No, it was the [...]

Book review: the good knight – Sarah Woodbury

The good knight is apparently a mediaeval mystery. However, it lacks any detail that would make it incredibly mediaeval. The only thing really is that they all go out on horseback and there are castles involved. Saying that though, the characters are incredibly likeable and the story is very good. You can’t forgive the lack [...]