My Publishing Process

Last week I achieved one of my long-term goals - I published an e-book on Amazon Kindle! I can now officially call myself an author! Here's to it being the first of many... The writing and publishing process was a long and difficult one, but the experience was amazing and it has only filled me … Continue reading My Publishing Process

Book to Film Review – The Girl on the Train

As someone who likes reading as much as I do, it took me a frighteningly long time to get round to starting on The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins, the novel which - perhaps more than any other in the last decade - has become a total phenomenon. It's now the archetypal psychological thriller, … Continue reading Book to Film Review – The Girl on the Train

Book analysis – The Girl Before by JP Delaney

Another post, another psychological thriller to discuss! This one certainly caught the eye from the moment it was released in early 2017, and offers another fascinating take on the genre. It is quickly becoming an unwritten rule for the best (at least by common consent) psychological thrillers to contain the word 'Girl' in the title, … Continue reading Book analysis – The Girl Before by JP Delaney

The Cuckoo’s Calling… The Verdict

Like so many others, I was desperately looking forward to seeing the BBC's three-part adaptation of Robert Galbraith's (J.K. Rowling's!) The Cuckoo's Calling, featuring the intriguing Private Investigator, Cormoran Strike, and his assistant Robin Ellacott. Having loved all three books in the series published to date, this was a must-watch for me, so here is my verdict! … Continue reading The Cuckoo’s Calling… The Verdict