*Blog Tour* Dark Minds Short Story Anthology

Hi everyone,

Today is my stop on the Dark Minds Short Story Anthology published by Bloodhound Books and I had the pleasure of reading one from B. A. Steadman. Before I go into that though, here is all the bookish info you need:

About the book:

A collection of short stories from some of your favourite authors
You think you know darkness? Think again.

Bloodhound Books presents Dark Minds – a collection of stories by authors who have come together to produce an anthology that will lure, tantalise and shock its readers.

What took place By the Water?

What goes on behind A Stranger’s Eyes?

And what is so special about Slow Roast Pork?

From master authors such as Lisa Hall, Steven Dunne, Louise Jensen and Anita Waller, readers can expect a one hell of a ride…

All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to Hospice UK and Sophie’s Appeal.

Dark Minds is a collection of 40 crime and thriller short stories from authors including; Louise Jensen, L.J. Ross, Lisa Hall, Steven Dunne, Betsy Reavley, M.A. Comley, Alex Walters and Anita Waller plus many more.

Click the link below to order your copy:

Dark Minds by Bloodhound Books

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My thoughts:

So, I’ve been trying to think of a way to review the short story I’ve read, Everything Comes by B. A. Steadman, and it’s nigh on impossible! Not in a bad way mind, just that it was super short!

Everything Comes is not even 10 pages long, but there is more than enough between the pages to pique your interest! I literally can’t say anything about it without pretty much retelling it here, but if it was a full length book I would happily read it. B. A. Steadman has a very good writing style, and having read Everything Comes, I will most certainly be checking out her novels.

I haven’t had a chance to read the full book (YET), but with such a stellar line-up of authors and for two worthy causes, I will definitely pick it up, and I think if you’re a fan of crime/thriller/mystery stories then you should too!

Happy reading!

Oh, and make sure to follow the blog tour!!!

And pop over to my blog tour buddy for today too:

If Only I Could Read Faster

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Weekly Wrap Up February 21st 2016

Grrrr! I had this all typed up and then deleted it by mistake!!! 😡

How and ever, I will write it again! 😂🙈

This week, I managed to read 5 books. 3 novels and 2 short stories. This brings my total books read so far this year up to 42 books! And I’m almost finished the 43rd, but alas, that will have to wait until next week! 😉


Only The Innocent by Rachel Abbott 

 

This was my first Rachel Abbott book, and I read it in prep for the Kill Me Again blog tour yesterday! I will most definitely be reading all the other books, as I really enjoyed it! You can read my full review HERE.


Between You And Me by Lisa Hall

 

I had seen fellow bloggers raving about this book so I bumped it up the TBR! This was a very clever book! I thoroughly enjoyed it. My review can be found HERE.

You Sent Me A Letter by Lucy Dawson

Another book I’d seen popping up on Twitter. I was delighted to be able to read this book and it was fantastic! My 5⭐️ review is HERE!

February by Kerry Wilkinson

April by Kerry Wilkinson 


Both of these short stories were exactly that! I didn’t even write full reviews but they were a very good indication of Kerry Wilkinson’s writing style. I have a few of them on my TBR so it’s nice to know what  to expect when I get to them!
So, there you have it! Short and sweet! 😉
Have you read any of these? Leave a comment below 😊📖

Weekly Wrap Up January 31st

Well, this week has been another decent week of reading! I’ve read 11 books and short stories this week, which brings my tally up to 31 books read this month!

31 books in 31 days!!!!!! 



*this will not happen again this year* 😂

I’m going to list the novels I’ve read first as it’s less than the short stories!

No Longer Safe by A. J. Waines

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You can read my 4⭐️ review HERE.


The 3rd Woman by Jonathan Freedland

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My review will be put up on February 11th to coincide with the new paperback release. I gave this book 3⭐️ over on Goodreads.

 

Next up was a cracker of a proof copy from Fahrenheit Press. I read the whole book in one evening, I was that hooked! However, it’s not released yet so I can’t share my review! All will be revealed soon… 😉



Short Stories:

***I’m not going to review these individually, you can have a look on my Goodreads though: 

My Goodreads Profile.


Dead Time by Tony Parsons

 

The Debt by Simon Kernick

 

A Textbook Case by Jeffery Deaver

 

Falling by Chris Mooney

 

Rhymes With Prey by Jeffery Deaver

 

The Hunter by Chris Carter

 

Thorn in my Side by Karin Slaughter

 

The Rain Killer by Luke Delaney

 


So there you have it, 11 books read this month! 😊

I’m doing up my February reads post tomorrow too hopefully!

What have you all been reading this week? 😊📖


Weekly Wrap Up Jan 17th

This week has been an odd week for reading! I started the week reading the new Stuart Macbride book, In The Cold Dark Ground. I am no further on in it tonight, than I was on Monday night. I just couldn’t get into it, so it’s put aside to read after I’ve read ALL of the previous Logan McRae novels!
So, what did I read this week?!

 

Novellas/ Short Stories!!


I started with the Jefferson Winter shorties by James Carol. I have read and loved his JW novels so I decided I would read the two short stories that have been sitting on my kindle for aaaaaaages!!!

Next up, I finally got to read all of Lee Child’s Jack Reacher short stories. I have been saving Make Me to read, as it’s a long time until septembers Night School release so I figured I may as well have a read of the JR shorties.

I really enjoyed these, each one was brilliant in its own way, and they gave a nice bit of background to Jack’s life.

I also read Broken Grace by EC Diskin. It was a fairly quick read! You can find my review HERE.

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Thanks to reading all of those short stories, my Goodreads tally rose significantly and apparently I’m 12 books ahead of schedule 😂 but I know that won’t last long.

 

I’m currently reading The Invisible Guardian by Dolores Redondo and my review will be posted on January 29th as part of the blog tour!

 

What did you all read this week?! 😊📖