My Most Loved Book To Date.

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I have a confession to make; I’ve committed every book lover’s worst sins with this book. Eragon by Christopher Paolini is my most loved and most read book to date, and it has maintained its number one spot in my book-loving heart for almost a decade. Continue reading

DOAYW – July Updates

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Are you a writer, author or/and a reader? Are you trying to build your social media presence? Are you trying to learn more about the writing industry? Then check out the Diary Of A Young Writer July Updates below! Click on the blog pictures or the links below to see the full blogs.

doayw-blog-21http://blog.outletpublishinggroup.com/blog-21-social-media-for-authors-writers-and-readers/

doayw-blog-22http://blog.outletpublishinggroup.com/blog-22-reactions-make-stories-believable/

I Am Phantom (Book 1) by Sean Fletcher

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My Thoughts: I was up til 4am reading this book!

10/10 Stars for the opening paragraph! I loved the main character, Drake Sinclair’s, humour and attitude, the first two sentences had me completely hooked. I have to quote them…. ‘My day really began the moment the men shot at me. To set the record straight, it wasn’t my usual idea of fun.’ (From Chapter One: In Which I Screw Up)

I Am Phantom is a fast-paced, well-written, action-packed sci-fi and fantasy, with a good dose of humour. Written in the first person, the reader joins Drake at the beginning of this story in his relatively calm and peaceful family life at home just before he finishes school, and where his only worries are asking girls to prom, the school bullies, oh, and the freaky super powers he obtained during puberty. Drake Sinclair knows he isn’t normal, jumping ridiculously high, super speed, strength and healing abilities are not normal, however he has done a good job at dealing with and hiding his abnormalities so far…. That is before a mysterious figure shows up and turns the school prom into a disaster.

Drake Sinclair then receives a strange admission letter from a college out of state, one with a letter that promises to give him answers about his powers. Desperate for answers Drake accepts, but little does he know, the answers are more complicated and more disturbing than he had ever imagined. Drake is forced to choose how he will use his powers, and whether or not he will use them for good or bad. Continue reading

DOAYW – April Updates

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Apologies for being so quiet on here, but I’ve been so busy elsewhere that sadly my reading time has been short, so I’ve got no new book reviews for you just yet.

However, for all you aspiring writers out there, check out my other blog ‘Diary of a Young Writer’ presented by Outlet Publishing. http://blog.outletpublishinggroup.com/

April updates cover writing mistakes, how to do tax, opening and closing lines and some of my all time favourite books. Click on the blogs below to see the full blog. Continue reading