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Blog Tour: Kate Humble – Ten Things About Me

Today I am so excited to be on the blog tour for A Year of Living Simply by Kate Humble! Thanks so much to Random Things for organising the tour. Here are ten things about Kate, and a little bit about the book!

1.  I’m double jointed & can do freakish things with my thumbs.

2.  My idea of hell is a milkshake.

3.  If I was President of the World I would ban teacups & plastic shower curtains & make the first day of spring a day of National Celebration.

4.  I’m mildly obsessed with  jigsaws, but only on holiday.  They help my brain relax.

5.  I find numbers terribly confusing but love doing sudoku.

6.  I think men’s clothes are always nicer than clothes designed for women.

7.  A beautifully told story, whether spoken, written or acted, is one of life’s greatest pleasures.

8.  I hate the smell of custard but love the smell of sileage.

9.  I never tire of looking at a full moon.  It always inspires a sense of wonder.

10.  I will never understand why anyone enjoys horror films.

Summary of the book:

If there is one thing that most of us aspire to, it is, simply, to be happy. And yet attaining happiness has become, it appears, anything but simple. Having stuff – The Latest, The Newest, The Best Yet – is all too often peddled as the sure fire route to happiness. So why then, in our consumer-driven society, is depression, stress and anxiety ever more common, affecting every strata of society and every age, even, worryingly, the very young? Why is it, when we have so much, that many of us still feel we are missing something and the rush of pleasure when we buy something new turns so quickly into a feeling of emptiness, or purposelessness, or guilt?

So what is the route to real, deep, long lasting happiness? Could it be that our lives have just become overly crowded, that we’ve lost sight of the things – the simple things – that give a sense of achievement, a feeling of joy or excitement? That make us happy. Do we need to take a step back, reprioritise? Do we need to make our lives more simple? Kate Humble’s fresh and frank exploration of a stripped-back approach to life is uplifting, engaging and inspiring – and will help us all find balance and happiness every day.

About the author:

Kate Humble is a farmer, writer, activist, entrepreneur and one of the UK’s best-known TV presenters. She started her television career as a researcher, later presenting programmes such as ‘Animal Park’, ‘Springwatch & Autumnwatch’, ‘Lambing Live’, ‘Living with Nomads’, ‘Extreme Wives’ and ‘Back to the Land’. Her last book, Thinking On My Feet, was shortlisted for The Wainwright Prize and The Edward Stanford Travel Writing Award. Find out more about Kate on Twitter @katehumble and @farmerhumble, on Instagram @kmhumble and at and

Thank you so much again to the author, the publishers and Random Things for my copy of the book and having me on the tour. A Year of Living Simply is OUT NOW!

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Blog Tour: The Philosopher Queens – edited by Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting

I am so so excited to be on the blog tour today for The Philosopher Queens, which is edited by Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting! Thank you very much to Random Things Tours, Unbound and the editors for providing me with a copy of the book and having me on the tour!


The history of philosophy has not done women justice: you’ve probably heard the names Plato, Kant, Nietzsche and Locke – but what about Hypatia, Arendt, Oluwole and Young?

The Philosopher Queens is a long-awaited book about the lives and works of women in philosophy by women in philosophy. This collection brings to centre stage twenty prominent women whose ideas have had a profound – but for the most part uncredited – impact on the world.

You’ll learn about Ban Zhao, the first woman historian in ancient Chinese history; Angela Davis, perhaps the most iconic symbol of the American Black Power Movement; Azizah Y. alHibri, known for examining the intersection of Islamic law and gender equality; and many more.

For anyone who has wondered where the women philosophers are, or anyone curious about the history of ideas – it’s time to meet the philosopher queens.

About the editors:

Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting met at secondary school, where they discovered a shared passion for philosophy. Rebecca is a DPhil student at the University of Oxford, where her research focuses on the political rights of refugees and forced migrants. Lisa is completing her MSc in Government, Policy and Politics at Birkbeck, University of London. Alongside studying, she works as a policy advisor in areas concerning practical ethics. Both Rebecca and Lisa are available for events, interview and features, as are various contributors.

My Review:

The Philosopher Queens is honestly one of my favourite books of the year, and I’ve read a lot of brilliant books this year! From the gorgeous illustrations inside, to the fascinating insights into different women philosophers throughout history (many of which admittedly I’d never heard of!), this book just completely captivated me, and I can’t recommend it enough. All of the different philosophers interested me in some way, though there were definite favourites: I briefly studied Mary Wollstonecraft before at University, but not in nearly enough depth, but the section about her philosophy and ideas was so fascinating, and I’m definitely curious to learn even more. I love the entire concept behind the book as well – the editors Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting state in their introduction that ‘the history of philosophy has not done women justice’, and it is so true; this book aims to showcase the important and crucial philosophical standpoints and views of so many women that have been entirely cut out of history – until now, that is! I urge you to read this book, as whether you have an interest in philosophy or not, The Philosopher Queens is so readable and easily digestible, and there is so much to learn from it.

Thanks so much again to Random Things, Unbound, Rebecca Buxton, and Lisa Whiting, I absolutely loved this book! ❤

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Blog Tour: The Heatwave by Kate Riordan

Thank you so much to Penguin books for having me on the blog tour for The Heatwave by Kate Riordan! Here is my review:


Elodie was beautiful. Elodie was smart. Elodie was troubled. Elodie is dead.

In Provence, under a sweltering sun, Sylvie returns to the crumbling family home of La Reverie with her youngest daughter Emma.

Yet every corner of the house is haunted by the memories of Elodie, her first child – memories she has tried to forget, but whose long-ago death the villagers certainly haven’t.

As temperatures rise, and forest fires rage through the French countryside, memories of Elodie spread further through Sylvie’s mind . . .

Because there’s something Sylvie’s been hiding about what happened to Elodie all those summers ago.

And it could change everything.

About the Author:

Kate Riordan is a writer and journalist. She is an avid reader of Daphne du Maurier and Agatha Christie, both of whom have influenced her writing. She lives in the Cotswolds, where she writes full-time. The Heatwave is her fourth novel.

My Review:

Books like Kate Riordan’s The Heatwave are my favourite kind of books to read. It’s so easy to get completely sucked into the plot, the lives of the characters, and the atmosphere of the book, and this one was genuinely so compelling!

There is so much suspense, as well as lots of twists and turns, and it’s a real page-turner; the pacing was spot-on, and I was so easily drawn into the gripping plot – this was such a thrilling read, and I know that so many people will absolutely adore this read! There were parts of this book that were incredibly unsettling and dark, but I thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere and style of it. I can honestly highly recommend The Heatwave to anyone who enjoys a dark, suspenseful, and deeply atmospheric thriller.

The Heatwave is OUT NOW!

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Blog Tour: The Night of the Flood by Zoe Somerville

Thank you so much to Head of Zeus for gifting me a proof of The Night of the Flood and for having me on the blog tour! Here is my review…


An atmospheric literary thriller set in north Norfolk in the shadow of the Cold War, in which a love triangle turns murderous.Summer, 1952. Verity Frost, stranded on her family farm on the Norfolk coast, is caught between two worlds: the devotion of her childhood friend Arthur, just returned from National Service, and a strange new desire to escape it all. Arthur longs to escape too, but only with Verity by his side.

Into their world steps Jack, a charismatic American pilot flying secret reconnaissance missions off the North Sea coast. But where Verity sees adventure and glamour, Arthur sees only deception. As the water levels rise to breaking point, this tangled web of secrets,lies and passion will bring about a crime that will change all their lives.

Taking the epic real-life North Sea flood as its focus,The Night of the Flood is at once a passionate love story, an atmospheric thriller, and a portrait of a distinctive place in a time of radical social change.

About the Author:

Zoe Somerville is a writer and English teacher. Having lived all over the world–Japan, France, Washington–she now lives in Bath with her family. After completing a creative writing MA at Bath Spa, Zoe started writing her debut novel, which is inspired by her home county, Norfolk,and the devastating North Sea flood of the 1950s.

My Review:

What a brilliant and engaging read! I thoroughly enjoyed The Night of the Flood by Zoe Somerville, and know that so many other readers will as well.

One of my favourite things about The Night of the Flood was the setting – I have visited Norfolk so many times over the years, and I absolutely loved the atmosphere of the setting and the time period! It was so familiar and really interesting. I also loved the various different characters, and how well-developed they were; the story itself was so gripping, and I really found myself struggling to put this one down at times. I’ve really never read a book like this, and there were so many different elements that I enjoyed.

This is absolutely the perfect read for fans of historical fiction, who enjoy a unique story, premise, and love a compelling and page-turning thriller!

Thanks so much again to the author and the publishers for having me on the blog tour for this wonderful book!

The Night of the Flood is OUT NOW! ❤

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Blog Tour: Ordinary Hazards by Anna Bruno

Today is my stop on the blog tour for Ordinary Hazards by Anna Bruno! Thank you so much to Random Things Tours for having me on the tour, here is my review…


Everyone always wants to know why relationships fail. It’s a spiteful curiosity thing, schadenfreude, but also a self-preservation thing. People want to understand how to avoid the fall.

The answer is complicated. There isn’t one reason, one event. It has something to do with smoking cigarettes and drinking all night. It takes into account thousands of hours of labour on a small house, projects finished and unfinished. It is late-night conversations and inside jokes and making love and having a child. The answer is wrapped up, shrouded and ensconced in prioritization, ambition and work. Caring about these things is not the problem. Not caring about them is death.

Emma has settled into her hometown bar for the evening. It was in this very room that she met Lucas a few years back, on a blind date. Nine months ago, in unimaginable circumstances, they divorced.

As Emma listens to the locals’ banter, key facts about her life story begin to emerge and the past comes bearing down on her like a freight train.

A powerhouse in the business world, why has she ended up here, now a regular in the last bar on the edge of a small town? What is she running away from? And what is she willing to give up in order to recapture the love she has lost?

As Emma teeters on the edge of oblivion, becoming more booze-soaked by the hour, her night begins to spin out of control with shocking results.

About the Author:

Anna Bruno is a writer and business communications instructor at the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business, where she coaches MBAs on developing and delivering presentations. Previously, Anna managed public relations and marketing for technology and financial services companies in Silicon Valley. She holds an MFA in fiction from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, an MBA from Cornell University and a BA from Stanford University.

My Review:

This was an interesting read! What I enjoyed about this book was the unique plot and style; it takes place over one night in a bar called The Final Final, and each chapter is divided by hour, which is a really interesting structure. I really enjoyed the tone and atmosphere of this book, the bar itself felt very vivid, realistic, and easy to imagine. Another aspect that I enjoyed about Ordinary Hazards was the way in which the author writes – there were some really powerful moments and descriptions that were really moving.

Overall though, this was an enjoyable read that I think many people would thoroughly enjoy!

Ordinary Hazards is out now! ❤

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Blog Tour: Gilding the Lily by Justine John

Thank you so much to Love Books and Justine John for inviting me on the blog tour for Gilding the Lily, and also gifting me a copy of the book! Here is my review…


A gripping mystery of jealousy, murder and lies.

An invitation to her estranged, wealthy father’s surprise 75th birthday party in New York sees Amelia and her husband, Jack, set off across the pond to meet a whole new world of family politics.

Amelia, now a successful businesswoman, feels guilty about never liking her father’s women, so does her upmost to give his new socialite partner, Evelyn, the benefit of the doubt. Wouldn’t it be nice if they could just all get along? But there’s something very dark, determined and dangerous about her…

When Amelia’s father, Roger, becomes ill, Jack grows suspicious that there is more to it. Amelia understands why, but no one else will believe them. They travel back to America to piece together the puzzle, but when Roger goes missing, the couple are driven to their wits’ end. It takes a DEA officer and a secret assassin to bring them answers, but the ruthless truth is something no one expected…

About the Author:

After thirty years in corporate life in London, half of which was running a successful events company, I decided to take a chance to write the novel that was ‘in me’ since I was a child. Gilding the Lily is the result of this and is a domestic noir story which I hope will keep you on the edge of your chair/sofa/bed/train/plane-seat….

You can visit Justine’s website here.

My Review:

Gilding the Lily is such a thrilling read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! There’s a lot of drama and mystery, and a lot of family tensions, which I really enjoy in a book. There’s loads of really interesting characters as well, who all add something unique and intriguing to the story. The pacing of the books is great, and there were moments where I found myself not being able to stop reading! This book is the perfect read for those who enjoy a lot of drama, twists and turns, and a really intriguing sense of mystery! Highly recommend this one.

Also, I know that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but I adore the cover for Gilding the Lily! The colours and design are gorgeous!

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Thanks so much again to Love Book Tours and the author! ❤

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Blog Tour: The Last to Know by Jo Furniss

Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Last To Know by Jo Furniss! Thank you so much to the author, publisher and Random Things Tours for providing me with a copy of the book, and inviting me on the tour! Here is my review…


A family’s past pursues them like a shadow in this riveting and emotional novel of psychological suspense by the Amazon Charts bestselling author of All the Little Children.

American journalist Rose Kynaston has just relocated to the childhood home of her husband, Dylan, in the English village of his youth. There’s a lot for Rose to get used to in Hurtwood. Like the family’s crumbling mansion, inhabited by Dylan’s reclusive mother, and the treacherous hill it sits upon, a place of both sinister folklore and present dangers.

Then there are the unwelcoming villagers, who only whisper the name Kynaston—like some dreadful secret, a curse. Everyone knows what happened at Hurtwood House twenty years ago. Everyone except Rose. And now that Dylan is back, so are rumors about his past.

When an archaeological dig unearths human remains on the hill, local police sergeant Ellie Trevelyan vows to solve a cold case that has cast a chill over Hurtwood for decades.

As Ellie works to separate rumor from fact, Rose must fight to clear the name of the man she loves. But how can Rose keep her family safe if she is the last to know the truth?

Author Bio:

After spending a decade as a broadcast journalist for the BBC, Jo Furniss gave up the glamour of night shifts to become a freelance writer and serial expatriate. Originally from the United Kingdom, she spent seven years in Singapore and also lived in Switzerland and Cameroon. As a journalist, Jo worked for numerous online outlets and magazines, including Monocle and the Economist. She has edited books for a Nobel laureate and the palace of the Sultan of Brunei. She has a Distinction in MA Professional Writing from Falmouth University. Jo’s debut novel, All the Little Children, was an Amazon Charts bestseller.

Connect with her via Facebook (/JoFurnissAuthor) and Twitter (@Jo_Furniss) or through her website:

My Review:

I know you’re not really supposed to judge a book by its cover, but I LOVE this cover, and it definitely helps that the story inside is just as amazing.

From the get-go, I found the atmosphere of this book to be so chilling and atmospheric; there is something really haunting about the town in which the book is set, not to mention the somewhat strange inhabitants. One of my favourite things about this book was the layers – one minute you saw the story going one way, only for it to be completely turned on its head! This was such a compelling thriller, and I genuinely struggled to put it down at times!

I would highly recommend this for anyone who enjoys a dark, twisty, psychological thriller with some super interesting characters, and a truly unique plot! I absolutely loved this fantastic book, and really urge you to read it.

Thank you so much again to Jo Furniss, Lake Union and Random Things Tours!

Thank you for reading. ❤

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Blog Tour: The Witch House by Ann Rawson

Thank you very much to Red Dog Press for a digital copy of The Witch House, and for a spot on the blog tour! Here is my review…


Who can you trust, if you can’t trust yourself?

Alice Hunter, grieving and troubled after a breakdown, stumbles on the body of her friend and trustee, Harry Rook. The police determine he has been ritually murdered and suspicion falls on the vulnerable Alice, who inherited the place known locally as The Witch House from her grandmother, late High Priestess of the local coven.

When the investigations turn up more evidence, and it all seems to point to Alice, even she begins to doubt herself. Can she find the courage to confront the secrets and lies at the heart of her family and community to uncover the truth, prove her sanity, and clear herself of murder?

My Review:

This was such an enjoyable read. I found myself completely sucked into the story within the first few pages, and really struggled to put it down at times. All of the characters were so incredibly well-developed and realistic, and I particularly loved the interactions between them.

The Witch House was thrilling, exciting, and suspenseful, and I would highly recommend it to anyone that loves a compelling and twisty page-turner!

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Blog Tour: Clouds of Love and War by Rachel Billington

Many thanks to Bookollective, Unicorn Publishing and Rachel Billington for providing me with a complimentary copy of Clouds of Love and War, and inviting me to join the blog tour – today is my stop!


Occasionally panoramic, more often intimate, in Clouds of Love and War author Rachel Billington balances a detailed and highly researched picture of the life of a Second World War Spitfire pilot with the travails and ambitions of a young woman too often on her own. The result is both a gripping story of war and a sensitive story of love, a love that struggles to survive.Eddie and Eva meet on the eve of the Second World War. Eddie only wants to be a flyer, to find escape in the clouds from his own complicated family. However, the Battle of Britain makes a pilot’s life a dangerous way to flee reality. Eva has her own passionate longing: to become a painter. When Eva’s Jewish mother disappears to Germany, she is left alone with her elderly father. Both Eddie and Eva come of age at a time that teaches them that happiness is always fleeting, but there are things worth living – or dying – for.Through the connecting stories of these young people and their wider families, and against a background of southern county airfields, London, Oxford, Dorset and France, Rachel Billington brings the world of war time England, now eighty years in the past, back to life.

Author Bio:

Rachel Billington has written over thirty books. In 2012 she was awarded an OBE for Services to Literature. Her most recent books were the historical novels, Maria and the Admiral and Glory: A Story of Gallipoli. As a journalist, columnist and reviewer, she has contributed to numerous newspapers and magazines worldwide, including the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, the Daily Mail, the New York Times, The Spectator and The Oldie. She is Associate Editor and contributor to Inside Time, the national newspaper for prisoners. She is a trustee of the Longford Trust and the Tablet magazine. She was President of English PEN from 1998-2001. Rachel is married with four children and five grandchildren and lives with her husband in London and the oldest continuously inhabited house in Dorset.

My Review:

I absolutely love historical fiction, but an era of this genre that I’ve never really delved into is World War II, so when I received an invite for Clouds of Love and War, I was really curious to read it!

Rachel Billington does an excellent job of taking the reader back in time through expert scene setting, a compelling writing style that has a really enjoyable flow, and well-developed characters. I really enjoyed how the narrative is balanced between both Eva and Eddie’s perspectives – this gives the story a lot of depth and allows it to feel realistic.

This book feels very well researched, and I did feel truly transported back to this era. The author explores lots of themes, from love, war, relationships and self-development, which keeps it layered and interesting. I would really recommend this book for fans of historical fiction!

Click here to buy the book!

Thank you for reading. ❤

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Blog Tour: Moonlit Dreams Moonlit Nightmares – edited by Laura Seeber

Thank you very much to Blackthorn Books, Laura Seeber, and all of the contributing writers of Moonlit Dreams Moonlit Nightmares for providing me with a gifted copy, and inviting me to join the blog tour!

About the book:

The moon has always been with us — tempting us, enticing us, and enthralling us through the ages. Here you’ll find thirteen stories involving this heavenly body — sometimes tragic, magical, and other times mysterious, or horrific, but always, memorable.

Contributors include both veteran and first time authors alike, and hail from around the world, including the United States, India, United Kingdom, and Greece. The collection was compiled and edited by Laura Seeber.

Contributing Authors:

Laura Seeber (“To Make a Violin”)

Laura Seeber actually performed double duty on this anthology, acting both as a contributor and editor (so any typo complaints- send her way!). When she’s not writing horror, mystery, or dark science fiction, she spends her time divided between her young son and husband, her freelance writing business, and Antimony and Elder Lace Press

Todd Taylor (“The Experiment”)

Todd Taylor teaches high school ELA, Creative Writing, and Theater in an inner-city Memphis-area School. His short story, “The Experiment,” was published by Laura Seeber in the summer of 2019 in an anthology called, Moonlit Dreams / Moonlit Nightmares. He has also written a play for his theater class that is being performed at 3 different high schools, and has 2 completed novels he is looking to publish. When Todd is not writing, he spends his time coaching track and field, playing guitar in a local band, woodworking, performing weddings / funerals, or relaxing with Sudoku.

Shaun Avery (“The First Victims Club”)

Shaun Avery writes fiction in a number of different mediums, normally with a dark or satirical slant, and often both at once. “The First Victims Club” comes from questions raised by watching horror movies. A LOT of horror movies. He also loves comics, and has co-created a self-published one, more details of which can be found here: Unsurprisingly, this is also a horror.

A.P. Sessler (“The Sound of Stars”)

A resident of North Carolina’s Outer Banks, A.P. frequents an alternate universe not too different from your own, searching for that unique element that twists the everyday commonplace into the weird. When he’s not writing fiction, he composes music, makes art, and spends too much time trying to connect with his inner genius.

His first novel House of the Goat came out in January. It’s an homage to the Satanic Panic genre of the ’70s-’80s.

Lori Tiron-Pandit (“Receiving Room”)

Lori Tiron-Pandit is a writer, editor, and Web communication professional. Her work celebrates women’s lives and work, of both mystical and mundane significance, as well as their ancestral and contemporary imprint on the world. Growing up with the “great” “classics” of literature, all men, only very late did she realize that the male perspective was not all there was, that it was skewed and small, and it ignored women’s views. Her work is rooted in the worlds of women she’s been lucky to cross paths with.

Thomas Vaughn (“A Consultation by Moonlight”)

Thomas Vaughn is an author of literary horror and dark magical realism. He came from the debris field of rural Arkansas where he persists in uncertainty. When he is not writing fiction, he poses as a college professor whose research focuses on apocalyptic rhetoric. For him fiction serves as a tool to mediate the terrible reality that encompasses all humanity. These works represent his clumsy efforts to seek awareness in the face of a stillborn universe. And so he pulses, waiting for a reply in the void.

Cara Fox (“Anamnesis”)

Cara Fox is an English author trying to write her way out of the dark. She favors steampunk, horror and Gothic romance, but you can find her anywhere that the stories sink their claws into you and the wine flows freely. Her work has been published by Tales To Terrify, Empyreome, Broadswords & Blasters and Horror Addicts, amongst others, and she is working on her debut novel, The Strange Case of Doctor Magorian.

Parineeta Singh (“A Visitation”)

Parineeta Singh currently lives in Delhi, India, and has earned a Ph.D in Creative Writing from the University of Surrey, as well as a Master’s Degree in the same field from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Her work has appeared in many international magazines and anthologies, and we’re thrilled to have her talent showcased here as well.

Dawn J. Stevens (“When the Moon is Full”)

Dawn Juniper Stevens is the fiction pen name for Kara Kelso. She has been writing short stories and poetry for nearly 30 years, with the past 20 years spent writing an assortment of business, hobby, and nonfiction articles for a variety of businesses, websites, and projects. There aren’t too many types of writing she hasn’t dabbled in at least once, but fiction remains her favorite. “Kira’s Tale: Descend into Darkness” was released in 2013 and is currently available on Amazon.

In her spare time, she enjoys mostly non-fiction books for their source of education and learning from another’s beautiful experience, as well as spending time with family and children. She also enjoys sustainable gardening, music with soul, real life magic, and simply being surrounded by nature. She lives in the Midwest.

For news and updates, find Dawn J. Stevens on both Facebook and Twitter.

Jesse Moak (“One Stormy Night”)

Jesse Moak is a lifetime writer and dreamer who has been perfecting his craft and pursuing the dream of becoming a professional writer for some time. When he isn’t actively searching for an agent or writing other stories, he spends his time exploring his other passion of retro gaming at his blog

Jamie Ryder (“Eleventh Hour”)

Jamie Ryder is a short story writer and pop culture content creator from Manchester, England. His short stories and poetry have been published by Hyperion and Theia, Colp, EastLit Magazine, AEL Press and more. You can find his other work on The Comic Vault, Yamato Magazine and The Rum Ration.

Sarah Walker (“Phosphene”)

Sarah Walker is an author and mixed media artist who currently lives in Lebanon Oregon. When she isn’t busy writing, she spends her time creating art that explores the boundaries of reality.

Dimitris Psomadellis (“The Magic Circle”)

Dimitris is a life-long writer that has been perfecting his craft in Mytiline, Greece for a number of years. “The Magic Circle” is his first published story with a professional publisher, and we have no doubt it will be the first of many.

My Review:

I haven’t read an anthology in so long, and Moonlit Dreams Moonlit Nightmares really caught my interest. Though each story differs in style, genre, and tone etc, it is fascinating how they are all connected by their focus on the moon, and I thoroughly enjoyed the various ways that this theme is explored.

Some of the stories were incredibly creepy and oozing with suspense, leaving you on the edge of your seat, whilst others focused primarily on supernatural elements, dreams, and the darker side of humanity. I really enjoyed the variety, and though I enjoyed some stories more than others, each one had aspects that were compelling and intriguing. Some of my favourite stories in the Moonlit Dreams Moonlit Nightmares were ‘A Consultation by Moonlight’, ‘Phosphene’, and ‘To Make A Violin’.

There’s definitely something for everyone in this collection of short stories, and I would highly recommend it!

Click here to buy the book!

Thank you for reading! ❤