I just posted “Chapter One” for my story “Carefree and Consequence”. https://my.w.tt/Hf89wmgL0Q – new chapter posted every Sunday. 💖#writerscommunity #Wattpad #RomanceReaders #romancenovels
I’m going to bed before we get into trouble or worse; expelled!
Have a biscuit potter
I have to find her!
Luna and tell her I love her!
I’d like to say something. Doesn’t matter that Harry’s gone. People die everyday—friends..family. Yeah, we lost Harry tonight. But he’s still with us…in here. So is Fred, Remus, Tonks…all of them. They didn’t die in vain! But you will! Cause you’re wrong! Harry’s heart did beat for us! For all of us! It’s not over!”
So we’re hunting down voldermort in a mobile library?!
Hogwarts will always be your home – JK Rowling
One of the best days out ever!! My mum and auntie throughly enjoyed too. I cannot believe how accessible the place was.
Goodness there are so many, it’s like asking me to pick my favourite child.
- The Cliffehaven by Ellie Dean
- Amy and Matthew by Cammie Mcgovern
- The Rizzoli and Isles series
- Wrapped up in you
- The Diary of Anne Frank
- The colour purple
- The help
- Any Lesley Pearce
I blog about books because I love them. I feel with the TV and internet can make them feel under appreciated. Yes I understand that there’s TV adaptions and fandoms but, I like actually discussing the Writers technique| character creation. / sentence structure/ background history. I’m quite a an English Language nerd really, sorry. Also I consider myself a bilophile and books are something I’m really passionate about.
Thanks to Tess Gerritstien we now have two female heroines in the justice system to look up to and that translates from paper to screen. It’s one of those fast paced thriller drama is well there and I passcode or a book where we end up caring about each of the characters. The way the author does her extensive detail and background and medical history make the books credible as if they were real crime scenes. Yes there are differences between the page and screen but it doesn’t detract from the fact that he’s badassed Boston bitches i’m all about one thing try anything good over evil
Blurb: When Susanna Miller loses custody of her eleven-month-old son, she changes her name and escapes from Boulder, Colorado, leaving behind everyone she knows, including the man who has been her best friend since childhood. She lands in Annapolis, Maryland, alone, frightened, and always looking over her shoulder for someone who might recognize her or her child. Just as she’s beginning to feel safe in her new surroundings, she stumbles across information that could save the lives of many people . . . if she’s willing to go to the police. But going to the authorities means revealing her identity, admitting her guilt, and worst of all, losing her son.
Equal parts family drama, love story, and thriller, The Escape Artist is the poignant story of a mother’s unbreakable bond with her child and the resiliency of a love that transcends distance and time.
“Chamberlain tells a moving tale of parental love and desperation while throwing in plot twists and intrigue.”
My Verdict: This maybe a bit biased opinion because as my readers know I am an avid fan. This book has more twists and turns than roundabout city. A story of fierce love and how the thought of the losing the ones you love can make you step up and losing the ones you love makes you see life’s treasures. The narrative is so heart wrenching and infuriating I wanted to put it down and have nothing more to do with it. But it was like I was addicted, like when you’ve bet on a greyhound and its nail bitingly close to the finishline. The characters are so well developed they felt like friends and enemies. It was a rollercoaster of emotions, a well tread tapestry.