Little Darlings by Melanie Golding

Short take: This is a tense page-turner with supernatural elements,  does a wonderful portrayal of a new mum and the struggles of looking after a newborn. Little Darlings was engaging read from the start, if you're a follower of this blog or my Instagram page, you know I'm a big Thriller reader and this one … Continue reading Little Darlings by Melanie Golding

You Should Have Left, not even looking behind #Spooktober

I feel like I am cheating in Spooktober. Although I am currently reading The Lingering, House of Glass and Sleep No More, I have 10 more books on my October reading list, which I now know I won't be able to finish. I've got so many books this month and they've bumped their way into … Continue reading You Should Have Left, not even looking behind #Spooktober

A Haunting in housing crisis: The Upstairs Room

I love reading debut novels. They are newborn, fresh, honest, they don't carry the pressure to be the-best-novel-I-ever-wrote. They get me excited. The Upstairs Room by Kate Murray-Browne initially grabbed my attention with the beautiful and eerie cover. I love the colours on the cover, and how the shadows work. I have listened this novel … Continue reading A Haunting in housing crisis: The Upstairs Room