I won’t just stick to one genre, so stop asking me —- Guest Post by Hannah Lynn

About Hannah Lynn Hannah Lynn was born in 1984 and grew up in the Cotswolds, UK. After graduating from university, she spent ten years as a teacher of physics, first in the UK and then around Asia. It was during this time, inspired by the imaginations of the young people she taught, she began writing short stories for children, and later adult fiction. Her first novel, Amendments, was published in 2015, her latest novel, The Afterlife of Walter Augustus, is out July 2018. Now as a teacher, writer, wife and mother, she is currently living in the Austrian Alps. Twitter … Continue reading I won’t just stick to one genre, so stop asking me —- Guest Post by Hannah Lynn

Rafina — Cover Reveal

Picador India brings to a beautiful, delightful story of Rafina this June, written by the award-winning awe-inspiring author Shandana Minhas. Presenting to you the cover of Rafina: About the Book Name : Rafina Author: Shandana Minhas Publisher: Picador India Genre: Contemporary Fiction – Novella Published: June, 2018 Blurb: Rafina looks at the glamorous girl on the billboard outside her window in Karachi and thinks, It won’t be long before I’m up there. Too poor for college and dismissive of marriage, the clear-eyed young woman cajoles her mother’s friend and Radiance beauty parlour masseuse, Rosie khala, into taking her on as … Continue reading Rafina — Cover Reveal

The Origin of Martin Krooger — Book Review

* I had received an ARC in exchange of an honest review.* Thank you Half Baked Beans for the ARC. Blurb: In the land of Gods, the arrival of a vigilante stormed the silence. He was brutally used and harassed by Gods. His emotions and sentiments were toyed with. The most powerful god, Agusthus, feels crippled before him. He targets everyone responsible for his state. He drains Agusthus by slaughtering his son. He exhausts Moira, daughter of Agusthus, by killing her brother before her eyes. He breaks Castle Gray, the only one capable of stopping him, by cursing his love … Continue reading The Origin of Martin Krooger — Book Review