It’s not every day you get a review like this little beauty! Good reviews are always very welcome, so if you like a book please do take the time to tell the author, especially if they are lesser-known. Your review could be pivotal to whether that writer carries on writing or not. Continue reading Flippin’ Heck!
When somebody totally gets what you were trying to say, understands how your world works, and bonds with characters you gave birth to, it’s like a little bit of sparkly magic. Continue reading Getting Praised for Daydreaming
I love my Kindle. It’s so versatile, easy to use and light to carry around, packed full of books I can dip into anytime I want to. But, really, there is nothing quite like a paperback, is there? Continue reading “Sniff that Paper!”
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? I have always admired this author’s writing, and I am really pleased that this novel is now available on Amazon. I only occasionally read YA, but I really enjoyed this one. Excellent! I was really impressed. This novel combines lively action, humour, vivid descriptions and characterisation in an expertly woven creepy supernatural adventure alternated with prosaic… Continue reading Engrossing YA -Jo Danilo’s ‘The Curtain Twitcher’s Handbook’
This amazing drawing by artist Visothkakvei of an impossibly black, bottomless hole reminded me so much of Daisy’s pit in ‘The Curtain Twitcher’s Handbook’. Continue reading The Pit
Look who’s next door to The Curtain-Twitcher’s Handbook on Amazon! Continue reading In Cool Company!
A young adult love story with the odd ghost and some very petulant curtains. Out now on Amazon. Continue reading OUT NOW! ‘The Curtain Twitcher’s Handbook’ (Kindle Edition)
Your own personal God of Curtain-Twitching should only provide advice on the subject of curtains. If he starts to interfere in other aspects of your life you should be wary and seek independent advice. In extreme circumstances it may be wise to change your curtains. Continue reading The Curtain Twitcher’s Handbook: Tip #4
In a life-saving situation it is acceptable for the Curtain-Twitcher to give away their position. The person being saved will be so grateful they will forget to be suspicious. Continue reading The Curtain Twitcher’s Handbook: Tip #3
Tip No.2 – The Importance of a Darkened Room Continue reading The Curtain Twitcher’s Handbook: Tip #2