Top Ten Books That Will Make You Swoon


Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s list is Top Ten Books That Will Make You Swoon.

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Yes, just like these girls. (Don’t you just love Beauty and The Beast?)

It took me a while to come up with these books, and I realised that most of the time it’s the relationship that really makes me swoon. (Click on the book image to get to the Goodread’s page!)

Saving JuneHannah Harrington

Saving June

You might think that this is an odd book to include, because it is incredibly sad. However, the relationship between Harper and Jake is so cute. It builds gradually. There’s tension. There’s music involved (Always a winner for me..)

Losing HopeColleen Hoover


It was definitely all about Holder in this book. I loved reading his point of view. Very swoonworthy character in my opinion!

The Statistical Probability of Love At First Sight- Jennifer E.Smith


Whilst this isn’t my favourite book of all time, it’s a short and cute read. There are some swoon-worthy lines in there, that I’m sure a lot of people would want said to them!

The Unbecoming Of Mara DyerMichelle Hodkin


I admit it. I’m in love with Noah Shaw in this series. I’m in love with the series as a whole actually! It’s a head-wrecker. But oh so good!

Divergent- Veronica Roth


I absolutely adored Divergent. The part of Divergent that makes me swoon is Tris and Four’s relationship. I like how he doesn’t feel like he has to constantly protect Tris. She’s kick ass enough already.

Shatter Me–  Tahereh Mafi


I thought this book was brilliant. I loved the relationship between Adam and Juliette.  “God, Juliette, I’d follow you anywhere. You’re the only good thing left in this world.”

The Sky Is EverywhereJandy Nelson


A simply beautiful book. Very sad, but very touching too. Jandy Nelson is a terrific writer and I can’t wait to read her next book!

Me Before YouJojo Moyes

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And For Your InformationDenise Deegan


This is another book where the relationship really touched me. It was beautiful.

Flat Out Love- Jessica Park


A brilliant book with a fantastic mix of relationships, banter and family issues. I loved the relationship in this book!

How about you? Which books make you swoon? Please feel free to leave your link to your Top Ten post and I’ll stop by and visit you!

Top Ten Books That Will Make You Cry


Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the lovely The Broke and The Bookish. Each week they come up with a list for us to complete. This week the topic is Top Ten Books That Will Make You Cry.

I haven’t full on bawled to a book very often, but many books have made me feel incredibly emotional, so I’ve listed them below in no particular order.

As ever, click on the book image to get to the Goodread’s page for the book!


And For Your Information- Denise Deegan– This little trilogy isn’t well know enough for my liking. This book is the second in the series and in my opinion, the best. I really loved reading it and felt such a wide range of emotions all the way through it. READ IT!


HurtTabitha Suzuma– This book was a slow burner for me, but I ended up feeling really moved by it.


Me Before You- Jojo Moyes– I didn’t expect to feel so much for this book, but I really did! It’s possibly one of my favourite books of all time. I know they’re making it into a movie and I’m terrified. I really don’t want the movie to wreck this beautiful book. Argh, I love it.


UndoneCat Clarke– This book left me speechless at the end. I was completely overwhelmed by it.


The SonMichel Rostain- The author of this book lost his son to meningitis. With this book, he explains his grief for his son, using his son’s voice. So emotional. It really moved me and one I have to shout READ IT at you for. I apologise for shouting! 😉


Cross My Heart And Hope To LiveCarmen Reid- This is another really emotional book. It was probably one of my favourites from last year. It takes place in Brussels in 1940, as the Nazi’s invade Belgium.


The Book ThiefMarkus Zusak– I expect I’ll see this book around a lot this week. It really is a superb book. Again, I have worries about the movie adaptation but I hope it’s done well.


Sarah’s KeyTatiana DeRosnay– I read this book pre-blog! It really moved me.


A Child Called ItDave Pelzer– This book shocked me, moved me and disgusted me at points. A true story of a survivor.


P.S I Love YouCecelia Ahern– I love Cecelia Ahern. Her writing is just brilliant! I thought this was an incredibly emotional read. This is a book that has been adapted to a movie and I have to say… the book is better! If you haven’t read the book, I’d seriously recommend reading it! Don’t be put off by the cover if you’re not a chick lit fan.. my sister enjoyed it and she HATES chick lit!

What books have made you cry? Please feel free to leave your link to your Top Ten posts and I’ll come by and visit!

Top Ten New-To-Me Authors I Read In 2013


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Each week a new list is posted. This week’s Top Ten is Top Ten New-To-Me Authors I Read In 2013. I’ve read a lot of new authors this year, as I’ve really expanded the genres that I read. I’ve discovered some brilliant blogs with many book recommendations. It’s been hard to pick ten.. but here goes..

In no particular order.. (click on images for my reviews of the books!)

Cat Clarke

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I started reading Cat Clarke on recommendation from Luna from Luna’s Little Library. I personally feel like Cat Clarke’s writing has got better and better as the books came out. Undone was one of my favourite reads of the whole year!

Denise Deegan

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Another recommendation from Luna, I’m sensing a bit of a theme here. I loved this series, particularly the second book And For Your Information.

 Colleen Hoover

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I didn’t expect to love Hopeless and Losing Hope as much as I did.  Losing Hope was my favourite out of the three books of Colleen Hoover’s that I’ve read so far!

 Katie McGarry

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I absolute adore Katie McGarry’s writing. I can’t wait for the next book to come out. She can’t write them fast enough for me!

James Dawson


James Dawson is the only male writer to make this list! I have read some other awesome new-to-me authors this year, but James Dawson is the only one that immediately came to mind without going to Goodreads. I have his book Hollow Pike to read and also can’t wait for his next book.

Cynthia Hand

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I really loved this series. I think Hallowed, the second book, suffered a bit from middle book syndrome, but in my opinion Boundless really made up for it.

Michelle Hodkin

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I’m a bit obsessed with this series and can’t wait until next year to see how the series concludes!

Rainbow Rowell

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I loved discovering Rainbow Rowell this year. I think my favourite of the three books that have been published by Rainbow is Eleanor & Park.

Siobhan Curham

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Yes, these books were recommended by Luna. She really does give me the best recommendations. I like both of these books equally.

Holly Smale

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These books are just such fun. I’ve discovered a lot of brilliant UKYA authors this year and Holly Smale is definitely one of them. She’s a lovely person too.

What authors have you discovered this year? Do we share any of the same authors? Please feel free to leave your links in the comments below and I’ll come by your blog!

End of Year Book Survey 2013

Click on the image to get to Jamie's blog!

Click on the image to get to Jamie’s blog!

I am linking up with Jamie from the fantastic blog The Perpetual Page Turner to fill in this bookish survey for 2013.


Best Book You Read In 2013? (If you have to cheat — you can break it down by genre if you want or 2013 release vs. backlist -)

YA – Ooh this is a tough one. I’ll go for Undone by Cat Clarke!

Dystopian – This is so hard. I love dystopian reads. I think it has to be Divergent by Veronica Roth though. I read all of the Divergent series this year as I was so late to it. Divergent was by far the best!

Historical Fiction – It has to be Cross My Heart (And Hope to Live) by Carmen Reid.

ParanormalPivot Point by Kasie West.

Science FictionThese Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner.

Book You Were Excited About & Thought You Were Going To Love More But Didn’t?

Gutted by this answer, but it is definitely Requiem by Lauren Oliver. I couldn’t finish it. I was just so disappointed!

Most surprising (in a good way!) book of 2013?

And For Your Information by Denise Deegan. I loved The Butterfly Novels, (which I wasn’t expecting to love as much as I did) but the second book in the series nearly made me cry, and completely changed my opinion of a character I had previously disliked.

Book you read in 2013 that you recommended to people most in 2013?

The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida. I’ve got most people at my work to read it. It’s about autism from the point of view of a young boy with autism. It really opened my eyes.

Best series you discovered in 2013?

I’ve discovered so many new series this year, but I haven’t finished all of them yet. So I’ll go with one I have finished. Unearthly by Cynthia Hand. I loved Unearthly and Boundless, but I think Hallowed suffered from middle book syndrome. Other than that, I really enjoyed the series!

Favorite new author you discovered in 2013?

Katie McGarry.

Best book that was out of your comfort zone or was a new genre for you?

These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner.

Most thrilling, unputdownable book in 2013?

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin.

Book You Read In 2013 That You Are Most Likely To Re-Read Next Year?

I don’t often re-read books any more, but I could possibly re-read Divergent by Veronica Roth.

Favourite cover of a book you read in 2013?

I hate to mention it again, as I want to try and mix things up, but this cover is absolutely stunning…


Most memorable character in 2013?

There could be SO many answers to this question. I think I’m going to have to say Tris from Divergent. I LOVE her.

Most beautifully written book read in 2013?

Another hard question. I’ve read so many beautifully written books this year. I think it might have to be Stay Where You Are and Then Leave by John Boyne.

Book that had the greatest impact on you in 2013?

So many books have had an impact on me this year. But I guess, it’s one I’ve already mentioned, The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida. Purely because I could relate to it so much and it had an impact on my working life.

Book you can’t believe you waited UNTIL 2013 to finally read?

Divergent by Veronica Roth.

Favourite Passage/Quote From A Book You Read In 2013?

From The Reason I Jump:

“True compassion is about not bruising the other person’s self-respect. That’s what I think, anyway.”

Shortest & Longest Book You Read In 2013?

(How I did this: Went to my read books on Goodreads and sorted by page number and just looked for what I knew I read this year that was the shortest and longest.)

Shortest– Confession of A Chalet Girl by Lorraine Wilson (80 pages- novella)
Longest — Cutting For Stone by Abraham Verghese (541 pages)

Book That Had A Scene In It That Had You Reeling And Dying To Talk To Somebody About It? (a WTF moment, an epic revelation, a steamy kiss, etc. etc.) Be careful of spoilers!

Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas. I’m just waiting for my sister to read it so we can discuss it! Hurry up, Beth 😉

Favourite Relationship From A Book You Read In 2013 (be it romantic, friendship, etc).

Would it be completely pathetic to say Todd and Manchee from The Knife of Never Letting Go? Yes, I’m totally going with a friendship between man and dog!

Favourite Book You Read in 2013 From An Author You’ve Read Previously

The Last Runaway by Tracy Chevalier! (Review to follow!)

Best Book You Read In 2013 That You Read Based SOLELY On A Recommendation From Somebody Else

A lot of my books are recommended by awesome people but I’d go for The Quietness by Alison Rattle. Recommended by the ever so lovely Luna from Luna’s Little Library.

Genre You Read The Most From in 2013?

Young Adult!

Newest fictional crush from a book you read in 2013?

Holder from Hopeless/Losing Hope by Colleen Hoover.

Best 2013 debut you read?

There could be so many answers for this, but I’ll go for The Name on Your Wrist by Helen Hiorns.

Most vivid world/imagery in a book you read in 2013?

Divergent or These Broken Stars.

Book That Was The Most Fun To Read in 2013?

Adorkable by Sarra Manning.

Book That Made You Cry Or Nearly Cry in 2013?

And For Your Information by Denise Deegan and Hurt by Tabitha Suzuma.

Book You Read in 2013 That You Think Got Overlooked This Year Or When It Came Out?

I wish that OCD, The Dude and Me by Lauren Roedy Vaughn was wider read!



New favourite book blog you discovered in 2013?

I can’t really highlight a particular favourite as I love so many book blogs. The blogger that inspires me the most is Jamie from The Perpetual Page Turner/The Broke and The Bookish.

Favourite review that you wrote in 2013?

Hmmm… I quite like my Losing Hope review, but I often have issues of thinking my reviews are crap as I don’t have confidence in my writing! I just love to read and share my thoughts!

Best discussion you had on your blog?

By far… Is Reading An Admission of Defeat?

Most thought-provoking review or discussion you read on somebody else’s blog?

I loved Jamie’s post about her experience of working with a life coach.

Best event that you participated in (author signings, festivals, virtual events, memes, etc.)?

I loved going to Hay Festival with my sister Bibliobeth!

Best moment of book blogging/your book life in 2013?

Meeting some brilliant book bloggers in person!

Most Popular Post This Year On Your Blog (whether it be by comments or views)?

Boys In Books Are Better– Carrie Hope Fletcher

Review: Billy and Me– Giovanna Fletcher

(Side note- a bit weird that these girls are related! Sister-in-laws!)

Watch the brilliant video of Boys In Books Are Better:

Post You Wished Got A Little More Love?

Sometimes (quite rarely 😉 ) I’m quite proud of reviews I write and they don’t seem to get as much love as I want them too.

Best bookish discover (book related sites, book stores, etc.)?

I really love Ashley’s new book blogging community website. Check it out HERE!

Did you complete any reading challenges or goals that you had set for yourself at the beginning of this year?

I completed the British Book Challenge. I was supposed to read 12 British Books and I smashed that challenge. See how many I’ve read so far HERE. I didn’t quite complete my Classics Challenge. I’ve read some classics this year, but not all that I’d hoped I would.


One Book You Didn’t Get To In 2013 But Will Be Your Number 1 Priority in 2014?

There are so many books that I need to get to, it’s insane! I really want to read Trish Doller though. So I’m going to start with Something Like Normal.

Book You Are Most Anticipating For 2014 (non-debut)?

The Retribution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin.

2014 Debut You Are Most Anticipating?

Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy. I’ve seen it on so many Top Ten lists that I’m very intrigued…

Series Ending You Are Most Anticipating in 2014?

Either Ignite Me by Tahereh Mafi or again.. I’m sorry.. I’m a big fan.. The Retribution of Mara Dyer.

One Thing You Hope To Accomplish Or Do In Your Reading/Blogging In 2014?

I want to keep book blogging, continue to read awesome books and blogs and hopefully connect and meet with many more bloggers.

If you have filled out this survey, please feel free to link me to your posts. I love this sort of thing! I’ll be sure to stop by and check out your posts.

Short Story Sunday #4 Checkout Girl-Denise Deegan


How did I get it?:
I bought it from Amazon, cheaply for my Kindle.


A heart-warming Christmas short story by bestselling author Denise Deegan.

When an eighty-three year old woman dies, she is not transported (as expected) straight to heaven. She is taken on a detour back to her life shortly before she died. Only this time she is seeing the world very differently. It becomes the first time she has ever experienced a detour being the best part of a journey.


I love Denise Deegan’s writing, so I was happy to find out that she had published a short Christmas story. Perfect for this time of year and for my Short Story Sunday feature.

Checkout Girl is told from the unusual point of view of an elderly lady who has just passed away. The reader gets taken through her last moments of her life through her eyes. What I liked about this story though, was that it wasn’t depressing as it so easily could’ve been. It’s uplifting, heart-warming and incredibly easy to read. I read it in one sitting!

Would I recommend it?:

Comparing The Butterfly Novels by Denise Deegan


Hello everyone, this is a slightly different ‘compare’ post from Luna and myself as we’re talking about a complete series of books not just one. The books in question are the Butterfly Novels by Denise Deegan. So let’s start:

LUNA: I read these books last year (thank you Luisa Plaja for recommending them) and was put through the emotional wringer. Since then I’ve been trying to get everyone I know to read them but be perfectly honest, when you first saw the books what did you think?
CHRISSI: I received them in a lovely package from yourself. I have to admit, I was put off by the covers. I thought they’d been really ‘young’ books with not much depth, when in fact, they are beautifully written books that I think readers from teenage to adult would enjoy.

LUNA: The paperbacks are only published by Hachette Ireland at the moment; so if you had seen them in a shop would you have picked them up?
CHRISSI: They wouldn’t have immediately drawn my eye. I think if I’d taken time to read the synopsis, then I may have picked them up.

What did you think of Alex, Sarah and Rachel? How did this change with each book?
CHRISSI: Alex was my favourite character. I really felt for her throughout all of the books. Rachel seemed a bit boring at first, but that changed when I got to read her story. I think the biggest transformation for me was Sarah. I really didn’t like her in the first book and didn’t think that would change at all. However, I think I felt the most emotionally for her out of all of the characters.

LUNA: I loved Alex from the first book and Rachel was nice (maybe a little boring) but Sarah was my least favourite that is until I read her story and now I adore her.


E-book covers. Click on the images for my reviews.

CHRISSI: And For Your Information was both of our favourite books of the series. Why do you think this particular book resonated the most with us?
LUNA: I think it’s because Sarah is such a relatable character. She is friends with Alex and Rachel but feels like the third wheel, her family has fallen apart and Sarah feels abandoned and alone. Also the story in And For Your Information is so powerful. I read it last year and I still get all emotional when I think about it.

Best thing about the Butterfly Novels?
CHRISSI: The writing was absolutely amazing. I was so surprised I felt so much for these characters. Unfortunately it doesn’t often happen to the extent it did with the Butterfly Novels, but when it does I know a really good writer has completely captured my attention.

LUNA: Apart from the writing, the stories and amazing character development? Not to mention the emotional rollercoaster each books takes you on… I guess that each book surprised me by being so much more than I original expected.

Worst thing?
CHRISSI: As I mentioned, if I had seen the covers in a shop I wouldn’t have been immediately drawn to them. It’s such a shame because inside those covers are some AMAZING characters and powerful stories.
LUNA: The covers, well mostly the And For Your Information one. I was so glad Denise asked me to re-design them for the eBooks.

If you had to compare the Butterfly Novels to other contemporary reads, what would they be?
CHRISSI: Ooh, it’s hard. I can’t really pinpoint a specific author, but if you like emotional, well written reads then these will definitely be the books for you. I guess the closest comparison I can think of is Katie McGarry.

LUNA: I think anyone who liked/loved The Fault In Our Stars by John Green will adore And For Your Information. For And By The Way I’m tempted to say Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry works as comparison and for the last book in the series, And Actually, I think Cherokee Brown by Siobhan Curham.

CHRISSI: I loved Alex, Sarah and Rachel as characters, but I was also intrigued by their boyfriends. Would you have liked to have read something from their point of view?
LUNA: Yes, especially Louis. Maybe we can bride Denise Deegan with Jelly Tots…

Paperback covers, click for Luna’s reviews.

LUNA: What do you think of the new eBook covers & blurbs?
CHRISSI: I really like them. I think they’re definitely eye-catching and they’re better than the girls. Nothing against the girls, it just makes the books look quite ‘young’, when I think they appeal to a wider range of people!

Favourite character / moment?
CHRISSI: Why must I answer this question?! I really liked Alex and Sarah. But I guess I ended up feeling more for Sarah and that surprised me, because she certainly wasn’t a character I liked in the first book. Denise Deegan really made me change my mind about a character. That rarely happens to me.

LUNA: Sarah, while she really doesn’t make a great impression in the first book. She comes across as flakey and annoying but after the first chapter of And for Your Information Sarah made sense. Not only that but I sympathised with her so much that I spend most of the book blubbing. If I could have I would have crawled into the book to hug Sarah.

Would you recommend the Butterfly Novels?
CHRISSI: Without a doubt! I think they’re brilliant!

Which is why I’ve been working my butt of trying to promote these, I need to say that I volunteered to all this work. Nobody came to me offering money – I want to do this because I think the Butterfly Novels are that good.

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If you’d like to see what all we’re talking about Denise Deegan’s short story Checkout Girl is currently free on Amazon this includes the first chapter of And By The Way.
There is also an eBook bundle of the series
AND if you’d like to win a signed copy of the paperback you can HERE.

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Click for your free copy!

Interview with Denise Deegan, Author of The Butterfly Novels

Today I am joined on the blog by the lovely Denise Deegan, author of The Butterfly Novels which I have reviewed over the last three days. If you haven’t read my reviews and want to, please click on the image of the book.

What inspired you to write The Butterfly Novels?

I hadn’t planned to write for teenagers. I had finished a two-book deal with Penguin for contemporary books for adults. An artist friend and I decided that we’d like to work together on a picture book for small children. We met in a coffee shop and brainstormed.  One of our ideas was for a book featuring a dad who would go abroad to work, come home and tell his little girl about the country he had visited. We both decided that it was too politically correct and boring. My friend went to the loo. While she was gone, this voice came into my head. It was a teenage girl giving out to her dad. She was so angry and sarcastic but underneath it all there was a huge vulnerability. I didn’t know where it would take me- whether it would be a short story, a novel or nothing at all. As I was not under contract and I wanted to have fun, I decided to listen to the voice and see where it took me.

It came to me that this girl’s name was Alex. The reason she was angry with her dad was because she had lost her mother to cancer six months previously and her father had not been there for her physically or emotionally. I realized then that the whole idea for the novel had come from my subconscious. It was reacting to the picture book idea and telling me that it’s not necessarily a good thing when a parent isn’t around. That scene is in the first chapter of And By The Way.

I am so glad I listened to Alex’s voice. The reaction to the Butterfly Novels has blown me away. Teenagers are so amazing. They get in contact with me every day through Facebook and twitter to let me know, not just how much they love the books, but how their lives have been affected by them in so many positive ways. I appreciate that so much.

Did you have the idea planned out for a trilogy, or did it naturally progress that way?

Initially, no, I did not plan a trilogy. After finishing the first book, And By The Way, I really wanted to write books from the points of view of Alex’s friends, Sarah and Rachel. When I was a teenager, I believed that everyone thought like I did. It was really only when I first fell in love, I realized that we are all so different. I wanted to show how different the same world can be from someone else’s point of view.

In the first book, And By The Way, Sarah is the least likable character. I knew that some people who had loved And By The Way would want the next book to be about Alex again. It was kind of brave and maybe a bit mad to chose Sarah but that’s what I wanted to do and, as a writer, you have to be true to yourself. It was the best thing I ever did. I came to love Sarah so much and so did Butterfly fans. For many, And For Your Information is their favourite book.

( I have to admit it’s my favourite! )

Do you identify with any of the characters?

Rachel. Of the three girls, Rachel is perhaps the most sensible and certainly the best friend. For me, she was the hardest to write because we are so alike. The third book, And Actually, was the most challenging for that reason. How can you write about someone who is so together? The answer, I found, was to take them apart. *cue evil laughter*

If the novels were to be made into a film (which they totally should 😉 ) who would you cast as Alex, Sarah and Rachel?

So many of my fans have asked me if the Butterfly Novels are going to be made into a movie. So what I would LOVE is for one of my fans to, one day, make the movie. I would also love for that person to ask their casting agent to hold open auditions so that any of my fans that wanted to could audition. That is what I would love.

(Excellent answer. If only I had the talent to make a movie 😉 )

The Butterfly Novels were an incredibly emotional series for me to read. I particularly felt moved by And For Your Information.. Is it hard to write such emotional pieces of work?

When I write, I become the main character, so for me, too, it’s emotional. And For Your Information broke my heart, more than once but I fell in love with Sarah who proved to herself, to me, and to Butterfly fans just what and amazing person was hiding inside. I feel very emotionally attached to The Butterfly Novels. I find it hard, for example, to pick a favourite because choosing one over the others would be like a mother choosing a favourite child.

Please tell me you’re writing something else! What’s next for you writing wise?

Yes, I am editing two books at the moment. The first is a love story set in the past. I love the two main characters, Maggie and Daniel. And I have loved dropping them into history to see what happened.

I am also editing a YA thriller which I am dying to get out there. I wish I could write faster.

What do you hope to achieve in 2014?

I would like to get both my historical love story and the YA thriller out into the world. I am very, very tempted to self-publish. I think it would be a whole new adventure.

Quick fire questions:

  • Favourite author? Darren Shan
  • Book you wish you had written? The Book Thief
  • Favourite book character?  Can I pick more than one? ( Oh go on then… 😉 ) Rudy- The Book Thief, Zach-Goodnight Mister Tom,  Sarah-And For Your Information.
  • Favourite place to write?  That would be in Sardinia by a pool but *sigh* it is usually on my dining room table or in bed.
  • Favourite book character that you love to hate?  Miranda Priestly, The Devil Wears Prada.
  • Favourite book series? The Hunger Games
  • Hardest book to write in the Butterfly Novels series?  And Actually because I’m so like Rachel.

Thank you so much to Denise for taking the time to answer my questions. I’ve been fascinated by your answers.

I can’t recommend The Butterfly Novels enough. Go check them out!

As a celebration of the wonderful Butterfly Novels, UK readers can enter to win a signed copy of And By The Way. Sorry that it’s UK only, if you’re outside of the UK, I seriously recommend that you check out this series if you can. You won’t regret it.

Win a signed copy of And By The Way.. UK only