When you set out to write a story, one of the decisions you have to make is from which point of view to tell the story? This decision is very important and will make a huge impact on the story reading experience of the reader. Considering the choice you make, your story might turn out to be a completely different one to what might have developed if you had made a different … [Read more...] about How to Determine Which Point of View to Use in Your Story
Archives for July 2015
Happy Friday, book nerds! We hope you have lots of lovely weekend plans and plenty of books to fill those not-so-planned moments, too. In today’s giveaway, we have a whopping great bundle of books from our friends at Bookouture up for grabs. One lucky winner will receive a package containing paperback copies of Recipes for Melissa by Teresa Driscoll, The Secret Daughter by … [Read more...] about Friday Book Giveaway! Win a Bookouture Bundle!
Reviewed by Jennifer Joyce Ten-year-old Sandy Drue dreams of becoming a writer, so when she finds an electric typewriter in her father’s office, she starts to compile a collection of short stories, made up of observations of herself, her family and her friends. Set in the 1970s, Mailbox tells the story of Sandy as she grows from a young girl to an adolescent. I’m not quite … [Read more...] about Review – Mailbox by Nancy Freund
It’s a massive bestseller in the USA and today Hardwired by Meredith Wild – the first in her five-part Hacker series – is launched in the UK. In case you missed it earlier in the week, we chose Hardwired as our Novelicious Book Club pick for July, so be sure to buy your copy and get your book nerd on by reading along with us! Someone using the #NoveliciousBookClub discussion … [Read more...] about Hardwired by Meredith Wild Is Out Now!
Reviewed by Verity Wilde Connie is a district nurse in the East End. The war’s just ended and she’s organising her wedding whilst waiting for her fiancé to come home. But when he arrives, things aren’t as she expected and she has to start building a new future. I seem to have been reading a lot of books recently that are set in or around the Second World War and this has a few … [Read more...] about Review – Fetch Nurse Connie by Jean Fullerton