Book Review: Self-Editing for Fiction Writers: How to Edit Yourself Into Print by Renni Browne, Dave King
I’ve just finished reading “Self-editing for Fiction Writers” by Renni Browne and Dave King – and I’ve got to say … I loved it!
Moonlit Dreams Moonlit Nightmares is a clever and entertaining collection of thirteen short stories with a theme about the moon.
A gripping fantasy novel with lovable characters, a well-thought-out plot, and an enchanting audiobook.
Tim Wickenden’s Angel Avenger is a crime thriller novel that will keep you wanting to read on. Each chapter left me in suspense – I needed to find out what happened next!
– A Dystopian YA novel with themes similar to The Hunger Games –
2011 winner of the Costa book awards, Moira Young’s Blood Red Road is a highly rated dystopian novel – and I can see why.
Lance Anderson’s Life in the Morgue had me hooked. I was routing for the protagonist, Greg Benson, from start to end, and finished the book wanting to know more.
An action-packed Sci-fi – not a quiet moment.
As soon as we are introduced to Koritt – an insectoid alien who has been sent on an important mission – we are automatically intrigued as to what’s going to happen when he reaches planet Earth.
Kevin Brooks, author of the 2014 Carnegie Medal winner The Bunker Diary, is best known for writing gritty young adult novels with a strong sense of realism, and he does not fall short with The Road of the Dead.
It doesn’t get much darker than a fourteen-year-old girl being raped and murdered, her body forever hidden in a sinkhole while she watches, from heaven, her family struggle to cope.
Winner of Richard and Judy’s TRUE competition, published in 2006 by arrow books.