Hi! So I’m pretty much at 200 followers so I figured I would just post this now, this is my first giveaway (obviously) and it’s to celebrate my lovely followers and this community. c:
- This giveaway will feature two winners chosen at random and each winner will receive two books of their choice! It does not have to be one of the options shown above.
- You must be following me to be eligible and I will be checking.
- This giveaway is international because of Book Depository, but if they for some reason don’t ship to your country I will try and find a way to get you your books.
- You may reblog this post 5 times and like it for a total entry of 6.
- Giveaway ends August 31st at midnight MST and I will be choosing the winners either September 1st or 2nd depending on how many notes this gets.
- If you have any questions, feel free to direct them to me here. :)
Good luck everyone!! :)
Dunnard’s Pearl: What to Do with the World When You Can’t Get Off is the debut novel of Mike Williamson. It was first published in 2013 and provides a satirical critique of big business and the att…
Apologies for the delay in my review of Dunnard’s Pearl by Mike Williamson but I’ve been really busy packing for my move. I should be back on form after the weekend!
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"A mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone" - George R R Martin
Hi everyone! I really hope that you’re still enjoying my reviews.
The blog has been running for over five months and since my last update I’ve branched out onto LibraryThing and been included on the Indie Reviewers List. The next couple of months look to be even more exciting as I’m heading towards both my fiftieth review and the sixth month anniversary and in light of this I have a lot of exciting reviews lined up for you.
Please note that reviews over the next two weeks may be slightly delayed as I’m currently in the process of moving house but Sobek and I will be back on full form as soon as we’re settled in the new place.
Are you a writer of young adult fiction? I do take requests and can offer a review of approximately 1,000 - 1,500 words on this blog (as well as shorter reviews on Amazon, Goodreads and LibraryThing). The terms and conditions are as follows:
- Your novel can be any genre of fiction but must be either targeted at young adults or be a middle grade novel that still holds appeal for teenage readers.
- Your novel must be currently available to either purchase or preorder online in paperback or eBook form.
- You must be patient. I review submissions in the order that they are requested and have a bit of a backlog so it could take me a few months to get to your request.
- Be aware that I only give out honest reviews (based on my own personal opinion). I don’t give out reviews that gush praise where I don’t feel that its deserved. If you’re looking for someone to declare that you are the next Philip Pullman, you might want to look somewhere else.
- If you could donate a copy of your book it would be greatly appreciated. Physical copies or mobi files are preferred but I will also accept pdf files.
If you’re happy with the above, please send your request to email@example.com and I’ll be in touch as soon as I can.
Anyhow, shameless plug aside, here’s what you have to look forward to over the next couple of months:
Dunnard’s Pearl by Mike Williamson
New Moon by Stephanie Meyer
Tru Luup: Vintage Fashion Girl, Mystery Slayer by Ellie Lawrence
Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz
The End of You and Me by Wendi A Lee
Hunger by Michael Grant
Siege of Providence by Winter Trabex
The Fault in our Stars by John Green
Sunshine by Nikki Rae
Young Sherlock Holmes: Red Leech by Andrew Lane
Elixir by Ted Galdi
Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Aegis Rising by S.S. Sagran
Costa Children’s Book Award nominee Blood Red, Snow White was written by Marcus Sedgwick and first published in 2007. The tale, told through three short stories, is loosely based on true events but…
My latest review has just gone up on the blog. Click the link above to check it out.
Next on Arkham Reviews - Dunnard’s Pearl by Mike Williamson
The Curse of the Thrax was first published in 2014 and is the debut novel of Mark Murphy. The story follows a year in the life of Jaykriss, an ordinary fourteen year old boy, after he makes a start…
My latest review is now up on the blog. Click on the link above to check it out.
Next on Arkham Reviews - Blood Red, Snow White by Marcus Sedgwick
I reviewed the first two novels of Darren Shan’s The Demonata a couple of months back but this series was not his first foray into the genre of horror. To this day, he is probably best known for hi…
My latest review is now up on the blog - click the link to check it out. Today, I’ve taken a look at the first three novels in one of my favourite young adult horror series.
Next time on Arkham Reviews - The Curse of the Thrax by Mark Murphy
Soulwoven was written by Jeff Seymour and published in 2014. The novel actually has a rather interesting history as it began life as a serial story on Wattpad where it netted over half a million vi…
My latest review - Soulwoven by Jeff Seymour - is now up on the blog. Click the link to check it out. I also rather like Nick’s accompanying photo for this one. The cover for Soulwoven is simply stunning and the role of Sobek’s brother is played by Gummy the T-Rex, as he is the only other plush I could find who was roughly Sobek’s size and shape.
Next on Arkham Reviews - Cirque du Freak, The Vampire’s Assistant and Tunnels of Blood by Darren Shan
I’ve mentioned the Harry Potter Effect several times over the last couple of months. This is observation that when a novel is incredibly popular, it is immediately echoed by a number of hasty knock…
My review of Midnight for Charlie Bone by Jenny Nimmo is now up on the blog. Click the link if you want to read it. I also apologies for misspelling the author’s name on every post I have made up to this point.
Next on Arkham Reviews - Soulwoven by Jeff Seymour
I have focused on a couple of paranormal romances that centre on vampires over the last few months and so, for the purpose of today’s post, I’m going to be looking at one that is slightly different…
My review of Dante’s Kiss by S.L. Nadathur is now up on the blog. It’s an interesting concept but isn’t terribly well executed. Click the link to learn more.
Next on Arkham Reviews - Midnight for Charlie Bone by Jenny Nemmo
Please note that this review may contain spoilers for its prequel, Blood Red Road. You can read my review of this novel [here]. Rebel Heart was written by Moira Young and first published in 2012. I…
My review of Rebel Heart by Moira Young is now up on the blog. It was an ok read, but not a patch on Blood Red Road. Click the link to find out more.
Next time on Arkhak Reviews - Dante’s Kiss by Susan Nadathur