• Top 5 hyped thrillers I yet have to read.

    Top 5 hyped thrillers I yet have to read.

    Top 5 hyped thrillers I yet have to read   So, it’s 2018 I don’t know where 2017 have gone anyway, today’s post is about top 5 hyped books I yet have to read. I get a little sceptical when it comes to hyped books because I get disappointed and I hate when that happens.   Little Fires Everywhere Celeste Ng   Been listed as one of the most anticipated books of last year it has a rating of 70,837 on Goodreads. Also, I still need to read Everything I Never Told You by the same author.    I see you, Claire Mackintosh   I own this book it was given…

  • Best books I’ve read this year 

    Best thrillers books I’ve read this year

    Best books I’ve read this year    Before I start not all books were released this year.  All of these books on the list are on the Thiller mystery genre so romance/ sci-fi etc won’t be in this list. Sorry.    Behind her eyes by Sarah Pinborough    Frist of the best books I’ve read this year. This book is amazing, it’s about Louise, a single mother who works as a secretary. One a rare night out she meets a man, the chemistry is a spot on, they kiss, and there is a problem, he’s married. On Monday, Louise goes to work to greet her new boss and yes, you…

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    Nano Wrimo five tips to get started

    Nanowrimo five tips to get started.       For those who don’t know, Nanowrimo stands for “National Novel Writing Month”. This is a worldwide event where writers challenge themselves to write 50K in a month. I started nanowrimo five years ago and won  5 times. When I first heard about it, I was like 50k in a month that is ridiculous who writes 50k in a month? I’m a fast drafter myself I write about 1,200 every day (a good day) so, I thought this is not going to be so bad. I can beat this.   Wirimo can be a challenging and wonderful experience, even if it’s just…

  • Top five movies to watch to improve your dialogue.

    Top five movies to watch to improve your dialogue.

    Top five movies to watch to improve your dialogue. A few weeks ago, I made a post regarding dialogue, this week; I’m going to make a list of the top five movies with great dialogue that can help you improve your writing.  As I said, dialogue can be tricky to write but with enough practice doesn’t have to. These movies, in my opinion, have great dialogue to help you achieve writing realistic dialogue that helps the reader discover something about the character. So, here we go:   Closer      It has been a while since I’ve watched this movie, but I still remember the dialogue between the characters. The story…

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    Top five BEST Thrillers I’ve read this summer.

    Five Thrillers to Read this summer (if you’re having hard time picking)   Here is a list of my five thrillers to read this summer. that you can read while on holiday, relaxing by the beach, or with a glass of wine.   Behind Closed Doors By by B.A. Paris   The first on this list of five thrillers to read this summer. This book is chilling, it’s about Grace and Jack the envy of all couples, or so it seems. He has the looks (if you like the George Clooney feel in a man.) and wealth. She’s beautiful and elegant. They are never seen apart, it seems like true…

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    Five ways to add reading into your busy schedule

    Finding time to read. Five ways to add reading to your busy schedule.      We’re all way too busy with fussy schedules that stop us to do things that we love doing. We drop our hobbies in the back burner to do adult things. I have a full-time job, a part-time job, and I write. As a writer, I need to read to get better and become inspired, without reading, I won’t write. Here are five ways of finding time to read.    Set a reading Goal    Goodreads have an excellent reading challenge where you can set the goal you want to read throughout the year. It can…

  • Top 5 Must Read thrillers.

    Top 5 Must Read thrillers.

    Top 5 Must Read thrillers.    Since I am an inspiring crime/thriller writer this is the genre I read the most. Don’t get me wrong, I read other genres but nothing beats a good suspenseful story where it keeps you guessing what’s going to happen next, who is the killer? Thrillers are page turners. So here are my top 5 must read thrillers that I recommend to read if you are getting started in this genre or looking for your next read, either for on the beach or to relax with a glass of wine. Here is the list of Top 5 Must Read thrillers    Killing me Softly by Nicci…

  • Top 5 overrated books that are worth reading

    Top 5 overrated books that are worth reading

    Top 5 overrated books worth reading   These books are mentioned all the time because well, they are classics and brilliant. So here we go:         1. 1984 George Orwell Oh, this book is scary, so scary, but somehow, I found it romantic in a weird way. Am I being naive? Each book affects people in a different way. It’s not a romantic book; it’s not a love story, but the fact that these two people were meeting up in secret under such circumstances was breathtaking. Some books are overrated for a reason because they are good. You can check the review over this end       …

  • Top 5 most overrated books we keep hearing about

    Top 5 most overrated books we keep hearing about

    Top 5 most overrated books we keep hearing about   I’m settling for Top 5 most overrated books we keep hearing about. There are more than just five overrated literary works and these are the ones that came to my head. So, here we go:   Twilight series by Stephanie Mayer.  To be honest I haven’t read them and I’m not planning to at the moment. Maybe, when I run out of the books to read, which is unlikely to happen since my list is long varying from my personal collection to authors who asked me to review their books. I have heard different opinions; some say they are badly…

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    Top five most overrated authors in fiction

    Top 5: Overrated authors in fiction.   Overrated authors: Before I start off this list, I would like to add that I mean no disrespect to these authors. Their names seem to pop up in any given opportunity on Facebook groups, and other social media discussions, or articles.       James Patterson: His stories have short chapters that make a fast-paced and an easy read. I’ve read the Honeymoon I thought it was great. I followed up with the Quickie, which I couldn’t finish, and You Been Warned which was Okay. I’m done reading his books for now, as they seem to follow the same pattern, but they sell…