The novel is set to be the first in the Chronicles of Farthall series and it’s genred in the war category. The debut sounds absolutely fantastic and we can’t wait to read it. Tagg did much of the writing in between lessons at college. Read More
The internet came to embrace Obama and Biden’s bromance and there are many amusing posts showcasing the enduring friendship the two leaders share. If you’re a fan of the two politicians then you’ll be pleased to learn that a new crime book is set to be released, which sees Obama and Biden teaming up to fight crime and solve mysteries. Read More
I don’t know about you, but I am so excited, I placed my pre-order before I came to write this blog.
Don’t let the name of the genre put you off though- young adult is a mere label and does not mean we fully grown and ‘mature’ (hahahah) crowd cannot read them too.
Check out the list below- something may grab your fancy.
Originally it was delayed as Rowling was working on the screenplays for the Fantastic Beasts movie but Rowling has sent out various updates since she announced what Lethal White would be called. However, it’s now been almost three years since Career of Evil, the third novel in the series was published and fans have been getting impatient.
Sia was heavily influenced by the Somoan culture she grew up in and names her greatest inspiration as Samoan novelist and poet, Albert Wendt. She is best known for her earlier novels Where we Once Belonged and Girl in the Moon Circle.
Her latest novel tackles difficult subjects and attempts to dispel certain myths and stereotypes and, she says, only took her 6 weeks to write!