Book Review – Becoming a Warrior by Moose Tyler

Book Review – Becoming a Warrior by Moose Tyler

This book was an incredible read. This gripping historical fantasy follows the journey of Amaria, a young woman from an Amazonian tribe descended from a warrior bloodline. Amaria is beginning her final training quests that, should she succeed, will deem her worthy of picking up her shield and becoming a true warrior of the tribe. Fast paced and packed full of action, but with enough moments of stillness to reflect upon Amaria’s journey and growth. It is also immensely readable, with

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Book Review – Empire’s Legacy

Book Review – Empire’s Legacy

Every once in a while, you come across a book that is truly magnificent, that grips you and makes you think about the characters and the world long after the book finishes. This was certainly the case for me and Empire’s Legacy. Empire’s Legacy is actually a trilogy of three books and it has been one of the most immersive, well-written series I’ve ever read. As a historical fiction author, it’s natural I fell in love with reading this genre, too,

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Book Review- Spylark by Danny Rurlander

Book Review- Spylark by Danny Rurlander

I was thrilled when I came across a tweet back in June, about Danny Rurlander’s debut children’s novel, Spylark, coming out on the 1st August. Danny is actually a friend – he is the pastor of Moorlands Evangelical Church Lancaster, the church my husband and I attended when we were students. Ironically Danny and I didn’t know the other wrote at the time, as I’m sure we would have had great chats about writing over a coffee or two! I did

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