Happy book birthday to our January titles!
Happy new year! And we have an awesome month of books for you to start the year off RIGHT. It's still pretty cold, so why not snuggle up in bed with one of these three fabulous reads?
First up is Mafiosa, the explosive finale to Catherine Doyle's inimitable Blood for Blood series – the first two books, Vendetta and Inferno, have had rave reviews across the board. Think Romeo & Juliet meets The Godfather – but with a badass heroine, five gloriously hot Mafia brothers and plenty of action to keep you on your toes. If you haven't read them yet, what are you waiting for? Order a copy of Vendetta to get you started.
We also have The White Tower, the new middle-grade novel from the author of The Wolf Princess, Cathryn Constable. Dreamy, ethereal and poignant, this is a rich and atmospheric story of a lonely girl coming to terms with the death of her best friend and finding a way to let go of her pain.
Finally, be sure to check out the second in Sarah Rubin's Alice Jones adventures, The Ghost Light. Fan of Robin Stevens or Katherine Woodfine? Love old-school mysteries and 21st century heroines? This is the series for you! Check out the first chapter of the first book, The Impossible Clue, here.
NaNoWriMo Nov Day 23: Sarah Rubin
It's day 23 of NaNoWriMo November! And joining us today on the blog is the wonderful Sarah Rubin, author of the Alice Jones mysteries – Sarah is no stranger to NaNoWriMo, and you can check out her awesome blog post about everything she's learned from taking part here. But for now, here are her top 5 tips for aspiring writers! (more…)
New February Books!
This month, we have strange islands, invisible animals and tantalising mysteries abound! Our February books are a wonderful mix of edge-of-your-seat thrilling, ethereally magical and code-crackingly adventurous. Here's a round-up of what's out this month!
TOP 5 FRIDAY: Kid Detectives
TOP 5 kid detectives
Detectives have to be more than just plain nosy – only the truly tough, steely and determined will get to the bottom of the crime. As Humphrey Bogart says in ‘The Big Sleep’ (when asked why he keeps on investigating): ‘Too many people told me to stop.’ (more…)