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Review: Wild Spirit: Huntress

*I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review*

Huntress up the stakes once again with Victoria Wren’s compelling and highly-readable Wild Spirit series, and with Huntress, everything that was so compelling about the first book – the story, the characters and the world Victoria has created – was ratcheted up another notch in Huntress, which expands and extends the saga that Win Adler finds herself in.

Victoria again impressed me with her breezy and easy-to-read prose that doesn’t shy away from being stylish, and it really brought me along with the story as it pulled me along! There’s some breathtaking moments that shatter the status quo we are introduced to in Huntress, and with a compelling prologue that’s beautifully written and well-integrated into the main story and with an equally exciting prologue that makes your heart do somersaults knowing you’ll have to wait for the next book.

The Wild Spirit universe is a wonderfully crafted and inspired universe and Huntress expands it magnificently.

I also bought the paperback version and once again was blown away by the beauty of the design – quality work that is deserving of such a fine book.

Announcements, Miscellaneous, Online Wanderings, Writing

Announcing the List of Good Words

I’d be lying if I said I hadn’t been working on this for a good few years but I’m really pleased to announce that I have curated a list of “good” words on my website.

What’s a good word? It’s a word that, in my wholly subjective opinion, simply flows off the tongue or is otherwise a sight to behold in the English language.

I started collating this list at University (thanks to my friend Natassha Woodley for the assistance!) but recently pulled it all together in one cohesive and organised list.

I’m updating the list fairly frequently with new additions so please do check it out here and enjoy – and suggest some of your favourite words to include! It’s all a bit of fun!

Announcements, Writing

Foundations now available!

I’m really pleased to announce that Foundations – the precursor to Nightmare Tenant – is now available as a FREE download if you sign up to my newsletter!

Not signed up yet? Check out this page; once subscribed, you’ll receive an email with a link to the Foundations download page. You can download the story as a MOBI (Kindle) eBook, ePUB eBook for all other devices or a PDF.

Really can’t wait to see what you all think!