Top 5 Wednesday: 2017 Releases You Are Excited For

I could not be vegetarian and vegan sounds even more horrific. I love animals, but there are boundaries… like food 😛 I love food. I just had this nice breakfast with boiled eggs, onions and bacon stripes and I’m happy :D. It was also horrifically caloric, but with the temperatures between -15°C and -20°C lately I feel inclined to eat more 😛 and I really don’t care. Did I mention I love food? Now I only need some coffee and I can start working.

That was the random thought for today brought to you by calories 😛

Top 5 WednesdayAnyway, it was supposed to be a Top 5 Wednesday post, so let’s get to it :P. Actually, I almost skipped this Wednesday as I don’t normally track recent releases other than my ARC’s, but I’m using it as an excuse to publish my random food thoughts :P. Yes, I’m kind of in a good mood and full of energy… for now. Continue reading “Top 5 Wednesday: 2017 Releases You Are Excited For”

Are you hungry for some Doctor Who stories?

You’d think as a Doctor Who fan I’d read tons of books by now, right? Wrong. I did read some graphic novels, but no actual book. Till now. Well… I was actually under impression that it will be a graphic novel since it was categorized as such on NetGalley.

doctor-who-the-american-adventuresDoctor Who: The American Adventures
by Justin Richards

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I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

If you ever wondered what would happen if the Doctor landed in America, here are few stories that could show you just that.

All That Glitters   ★★☆☆☆

For a start, we’ve got a wild wild west story about a man possessed, an alien wanting more than he should and a seemingly-random hero who saves the day.

That was a rather weak opening for this story set. The plot was fine, but it felt like you could just switch the Doctor for any other character and it would work anyway. I do like wild wild west setting and I was rather hoping for something more interesting. Continue reading “Are you hungry for some Doctor Who stories?”

Three brothers to save the fourth

Yea, I know the post title is cheesy, but this poem’s been running through my head for a while now. It started at work, we had this “how would you improve… question and I thought about all the trackers we’re using and then went with the “One tracker to rule them all”, etc :P.
Too many books 😀
Oh wait, there’s no such thing!

Anyway, the book review! Yes, I wanted to write about a certain book. A pretty good one too :). If you’re interested in a young-adult sci-fi novel with few brothers as main characters I’ve got just the thing for you!

The Fourth PieceThe Fourth Piece (Order’s Last Play #1) by E. Ardell

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Goodreads | Amazon | Interview with the author

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

What is it all about? Three brothers – Lyle, Devon, and Lawrie, who aren’t quite human, receive a psychic message from the long-lost brother who needs their help. Well, anyone’s help actually, but since the message reaches them it will have to do. Continue reading “Three brothers to save the fourth”

Interview with E. Ardell

Hello my darlings :D. I’ve got another interview treat for you. This time author of a freshly published book “The Fourth Piece” – Eboni Ardell.

I’m really grateful that you managed you answer my questions in this super busy period. I can only imagine how hard novel publishing might be, but well done!

E. Ardell

You’ve got your first book published, well done! How do you feel about it?

I feel fantastic! Yesterday (July 8, 2016), my copy was delivered to me while I was at work. The delivery guy missed me and left it in my desk chair. When I saw it, I knew what the package was immediately. I clutched it to my chest like a baby, got a little misty-eyed and walked around the office with it. After some prodding, my co-workers finally got me to open the package. Then I paraded it around and had a co-worker taking pictures Continue reading “Interview with E. Ardell”