Aquaman | Trailer Tuesday

My childhood memories of Aquaman are as one of the characters in the Super Friends cartoons. I used to love it. Then, he seemed to fly off my radar. So, to learn that a new movie was coming out starring Aquaman was a complete surprise. As you can see, looking back at the cartoons he … Continue reading Aquaman | Trailer Tuesday


A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L’Engle

  A WRINKLE IN TIME | Madeleine L'Engle Kindle edition | YA | Fantasy | 228 pages First published in 1962 It was a dark and stormy night; Meg Murry, her small brother Charles Wallace, and her mother had come down to the kitchen for a midnight snack when they were upset by the arrival … Continue reading A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L’Engle

Smallfoot | Trailer Tuesday

They say that what we get out of life depends on your point of view. Well, Smallfoot is just that … a different perspective. We have all grown up with the stories of myth and legend. We all have our own beliefs about them and whether or not they are real. Imagine if you flipped … Continue reading Smallfoot | Trailer Tuesday

Clichė | Allison Rose and Aerin S. Grey

CLICHE | Allison Rose & Aerin S. Grey Kindle Edition | YA | Satire | Fantasy | 116 pages Released 17th June 2018 Handsome rogue Xander Portmanteau has a problem. He's the only chauvinist left in the feminist fantasy realm of Landria, whose problematically patriarchal tendencies have not been smashed. Why? Because his authoress, Jen … Continue reading Clichė | Allison Rose and Aerin S. Grey

The Darkest Minds | Trailer Tuesday

They say that the book is always better than the movie. The thing is, that there are so many books out there, you don't always hear about the book until the movie is on the way. The Darkest Minds is one such book. It's a dilemma. Now that I know about the movie - do … Continue reading The Darkest Minds | Trailer Tuesday

The Crimes of Grindelwald | Comic-Con Trailer | Trailer Tuesday

The past couple of days has brought us another trailer for Fantastic Beasts - The Crimes of Grindelwald movie. The movie, due for release  15 November 2018, stars Eddie Redmayne (Newt), Katherine Waterston (Tina), Dan Fogler (Jacob) and Alison Sudol (Queenie). This second part of the Fantastic Beasts story has of course been written by … Continue reading The Crimes of Grindelwald | Comic-Con Trailer | Trailer Tuesday

J.K. Likes Me

So ... this is a really self-indulgent spur-of-the-moment post that's short on content but big on content at the same time. As with most people in the bookish world, I'm a huge J.K. Rowling fan and she has been the single biggest inspiration and role model as a writer. I have a little story to … Continue reading J.K. Likes Me

Ready Player One | Ernest Cline | YA Sci-fi Thriller | Book Review

READY PLAYER ONE | Ernest Cline Kindle edition | YA | Sci-fi | Thriller | 386 pages Released 18 August 2011 In the year 2044, reality is an ugly place. The only time teenage Wade Watts really feels alive is when he's jacked into the virtual utopia known as the OASIS. Wade's devoted his life … Continue reading Ready Player One | Ernest Cline | YA Sci-fi Thriller | Book Review

Hidden Treasures of New York City – City Hall Station

New York City is filled with hidden treasures. The ones that we all know about are obvious on the surface. Central Park. Empire State Building. Rockefeller Center. Statue of Liberty. Times Square. Broadway. Wall Street. It's impossible to list them all here but I think you know what I mean - NYC has so much … Continue reading Hidden Treasures of New York City – City Hall Station

Subway | Palliatopia – Launch Day Giveaway

It's a day that I thought would never arrive. My newest book Subway | Palliatopia is finally launched into the world. To all of you who have followed along with me as I have created this book, thank you for your visits and encouragement. From today you can purchase SWP in either eBook or Paperback … Continue reading Subway | Palliatopia – Launch Day Giveaway