Finally, here are the competition winners!!

For Orange I chose Gingerbread by Lola Rose, because not only do I think it's an IMMENSE name for a fish, but also because I LURVEEEE gingerbread!!

For Green I chose Gandelf by Penguin People, because it's a really wacky and unusual name (I think) and I think of elves in little green suits when the name Gandelf comes up.

For Red  chose Vermillion by Ebony Black Lines. I loved ALL your names, but it would have been a twinge unfair if I'd picked them all..(:

For Yellow I chose Banana by Music Donkey, because although it's a really simple name, I think it's unusual for a fish name.

And for Blue I chose Indigo by Orli because I like the way it sounds, and it's quite a mysterious name...

So, you all win a short story about you and your fish (will be written and posted soon) and the fish keeps the name. Also, because I don't think it's enough, I'll add your blog to my sidebar (with your permission of course) and you can ask next week's Mystery Author five questions each(:

Now all you have to do is comment below with your five questions, and stay tuned!


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And it's all down to you, my FABOOOO readers!!

Thank you SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much for viewing my blog, without you none of this could have happened!!


So thank you GAZIPPINGS!! I SALUTE you!!!!


I AM SO HAPPY!!!!!!:)


Queen Of Teen Reminder

Have you voted yet for the Queen of Teen?

If you haven't, head over to to vote, or if you have voted then vote again. And again. And again.

And preferably for the amazing author S. C Ransom, author of the Small Blue Thing trilogy.

She is my favouritest author of all time, and if you've read it then you'll know how immense the trilogy is.

So vote now, or forever hold your peace..




In case you haven't noticed, my blog has developed a new look. It's grown blue donkeys all over the page, and the sidebar layout is different. Can you notice any other changes?
What do you think of the new look? Do you like it? What could I change?

Your comments count people, this is YOUR BLOG!!!




This is your last chance to enter the competition! You have four days!!

Just give me a name for a fish the colour of either orange, yellow, red, blue or green.

If your names are chosen, then not only will I 'buy' some virtual fish and name them your chosen names, but you and your fish will be made into a story.

All you have to do to enter is to comment on this post with your chosen names, and cross your fingers,  legs, arms, feet, hands and eyes that you win!



Hello again, dear readers.

Here I am going to give out a few 'THANKYOU''s, as you all deserve them(:

THANKYOU #1. To PixiePot at for designing me this FABOOO button-

Which is absolutely IMMENSE, may I say.
You shall be happily added to my sidebar(:

THANKYOU #2. To you, dear readers. For putting up with my endless blog entries day after day, and even following. Actually, I'll like you even more if you DO follow... *WINK WINK*
For making my blog worth writing.

THANKYOU #3. To all those amazing authors out there, who have inspired me to become who I am today. ESPECIALLY the ones that follow me on Twitter, you shall forever be my favourites.(:
For not only visiting and (hopefully) liking my blog, but for also writing those books you write (so descriptive), that warms my heart as lullabies fill my head with glorious new words.

THANKYOU #4. To everyone else who has helped out with the modelling of my blog. Either by commenting or following or tweeting (@amyannewilliams am I) or just overall viewing my blog.
For giving me hope that my blog will succeed.

So THANKYOU. very much for becoming a part of my blog.

I salute you.


My Entry

Hello there!

Here is my entry for the competition...

It may not look like much but it took me AAAGGGEEESSSSSS.

Thank you for considering my entry, Bex!!



My thirty-eighth review is Walking The Walls by Chris Higgins.

This book was a total BARGAIN!!! Guess how much it was..


And it came with The Medusa Project; The Thief on the back!!

Good or what?!?!?!

Anyway, a short review for a short book.

This book was really good for the price it came at, though to be frank with you I don't think it had much potential (sorry to say).

It was about a boy called Felix (at first I though he was a she, and so it made no sense when he said he had his eye on a girl....) who falls in love with a Year 10. He's in Year 9, so it's not going to work, right?

Well you're wrong, because he is one of the oldest in his age group, and she's one of the youngest. And besides, just like that *clicks fingers* he's got a Sixth Form girlfriend.

Of course, Violet (that's the Year 10's name) is totally JEALOUS and HATES him.

And then he finds out the little ginger kid he took the Mick out of is her brother.


He explains all this Bob, Dick and Harry to her (it's a saying....) and eventually everything turns out alright again.

Of course, that isn't the end of the story as I wouldn't ruin it for you, because there's a sudden twist. but if I told you the sudden twist, it would totally defeat the object.

So I'm leaving you on a cliffhanger....


Anyway, I would rate this a 7/10 (4 for the quality, 3 for the storyline) and would recommend it for ANYONE. Honestly, I would- anyone could read it without finding it disturbing or -ists or rude.

So a great book all around (sort of).




My thirty-seventh review is Awakened by P.C and Kristin Cast.

Awakened is the eighth (I think) book in the House Of Night series, and so it doesn't make a lot of sense as I haven't read the first seven books, but I'll try as best I can to review it anyhow.

Zoey Redbird has done something so bad, Neferet begs for her blood. So bad, the others shake in their boots. So bad, lives everywhere are being cut short. So Neferet must carefully lure her back to Tulsa, to finish off the job Kalona never did.

And now Kalona must pay.

He's bound to her for life, over an oath stronger than blood. But he's got blood even stronger than an oath. His son.

Rephaim, slave to his father, must kill Stevie Rae, to distract Neferet long enough for Kalona to break the oath. But Rephaim's got a secret of his own.

Stevie Rae has done something so selfish, others must pay for her comfort. She Imprinted with Rephaim, the Raven Mocker. Now, collided together, they must work their way through this. But how can they when they're not allowed to trust eachother?

So for now, Stark and Zoey shall live peacefully on the Isle Of Skye, whilst friends everywhere sacrifice their bodies and souls to protect them.

I would rate this book an 8/10 and would recommend it for ages 13+. Now I wish I'd read book one first, the series could have been really good.

Now, Child, just be careful about what you say and do...

Nyx is watching.


My thirty-sixth review is Twin Spins by Sienna Mercer.
This book might as well be called The Book Of Secrets. Here’s my reasons why;
1.       Olivia’s missing Jackson so much, but she can’t let anyone know how heartbroken she is, right?
2.       Ivy’s moving to a Vampire School in Transalvania, but she can’t let Olivia know, shee’d be just so devastated.
3.       Jackson’s got a party surprise for Olivia, but she can’t know what he’s been up to.
4.       Olivia has a secret fear of the new School Party Planners. They can’t notice her weakness, or surely she’d be turned into Bunny-mush.
5.       A Transalvanian wedding you say? The girls can’t let the reporters know about this one!
6.       The Bunnies are getting w-a-a-y to close to Ivy’s vampire secret for her to be content with. Will they find out?
7.       Charlotte’s suddenly just so happy to take modelling photos of the girls, but what is she up to? Geez, even I don’t know!
I would rate it a 7/10 and would recommend it for ages 8+.
Again, the front page design has changed so I feel less connected to the characters. Not the best move.


My thirty-fifth review is Forget Me Not by Anne Cassidy.
I’m not sure if this would actually count as a review as I couldn’t finish the rest of the book. I guess I could have if I’d wanted but I actually found it immensely boring and long-going. I just think Cassidy droned on a bit, sorry to say. And if the first eight chapters don’t pull you in and make you want to read more, I just don’t know what does.
So here’s my review on what I’ve read, and I’m going to try and make it more exciting than it actually is, so this may be a bit of a short review.
Jade was stolen. Stolen from her cot in her sleep. Stolen from her house. Stolen from the ones she loved.
And who’s to blame?
Well Stella’s mum won’t admit where she was last night. The night Jade was stolen.
Mrs Parfitt’s already to blame for one death, but she claims that baby was taken from her whilst walking in the woods. Is that true?
Or is it just an alibi for a truly terrifying event?
I skipped to page twenty-five and it all made sense as to what had happened in the book. I actually think that is rather quite sad and that the book would have been immense if the first few chapters weren’t as boring as they were.
But they were, and there’s nothing I can do to change that.
So I’m rating it a 2/10; even less than The Worst Thing About My Sister by Jacqueline Wilson. The storyline should be for ages 13+, but it was so boring you could use it as a lullaby to a sleeping toddler. Harsh, I know, but I had to force myself to read even the little I did read.
So sorry Anne, but not your best work.


I have just realised how I haven’t reviewed any of the books I’ve read recently, so I’m just going to write them all out now…

My thirty-fourth review is The Hunger Games; Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins.
Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark did a catastrophe of the most compelling kind. They rebelled against the Capitol.
Not intentionally, of course, it just happened. Only one could live, so both must die.
And the Capitol wants revenge.
So now, with Katniss as the Girl On Fire, and Peeta as her star-struck lover, they must defeat the Games again.
Once and for all.
Not knowing who to trust, they must work together to gain allies and kill enemies. But who can you trust when the Capitol begs for your blood?
With the Capitol thinking Katniss is a mother-to-be, will it make her seem stronger or just more vulnerable?
Besides, wouldn’t that be killing two birds with one stone?
But even the ones she trusted have turned against her. And now Peeta is lost forever.
For all eternity.
As the new leader for the Mockingjay rebels, will Katniss do what it takes to over-run the Capitol? Save the people already lost to madness? Save the few who’s destined for more than death?
But most of all, will Katniss save herself before it’s too late?
Or is she already lost…
I would rate this book a 9/10 and would recommend it for readers over the age of 13.

Interview With The Fabbooo Author Sophia Bennett

Hello Sophia! How are you today? Thank you so much for letting me interview you.

No problem, Amy-Anne. Thank you for the invitation.

First up, how many books have you published so far and which is your favourite out of them?

If you include my latest book, The Look, I've published four books so far, which works out at just over one a year since I got my first contract. My favourite is probably still the first, Threads, which is the one that got noticed and meant I could become what I'd always wanted to be: a published author. 

So Sophia, where did you first start? What was your inspiration?

I've been writing since I was about seven. Stories about girls' adventures occur to me pretty much all the time, and it's just a question of writing down the best ones. If I don't write them, they stack up in my head like circling airplanes and can be very distracting. My inspiration for Threads was the idea of a girl working secretly as a designer in London, who ends up with her own fashion show. The inspiration for my latest book, The Look, was an email from a fan of Threads, asking if I thought she should try and become an English teacher or a model. It got me thinking about the world of modelling, and whether it's a good place or a bad place for a teenager to find herself. So many people dream about it, but would it be a dream or a nightmare?

What was the first book you've published? How long did it take you to publish?

Threads was published the year after I wrote it. I entered it into the Times/Chicken House competition for unpublished children's writers in 2008, and it won the competition and was published in 2009. I was stunned. It was the most exciting thing that had ever happened to me. However, I'd been writing seriously, on and off, for ten years before that, so it wasn't an overnight success.

How long have you wanted to be an author for?

Forever. Almost all my life.

How long on average does it take you to write a book?

Actually writing a book takes me about six months, usually - including lots of rewrites. But coming up with the right idea and developing the characters ... that takes longer and it varies from book to book. I'm currently working on three ideas and I'm not sure which one will turn into my next book, or if I'll end up writing all of them.

How long on average does it take you to get a good idea?

Ideas come all the time. But knowing when they're good ... that can take months or years. I told the story of Threads to myself for about four years before I wrote it down. I was telling myself other stories too, but that was the one that stuck.

What is your favourite book written by somebody else?

I have so many, but I think my favourite children's book is Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfeild, closely followed by The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. My favourite writer is PG Wodehouse. I love funny books. My favourite book of those I've read recently has to be The Hunger Games. I've also really enjoyed Before I Fall and Cathy Cassidy's books. My elder son is a big reader and through him I've discovered the Skulduggery books by Derek Landy, which are fantastic too. 

Have you had any other jobs, or wanted to have another job?

Many! I think most writers have. It's very rare indeed to make your living from writing straight from school, so most of us have done lots of other things and many still do - although I write full-time now. I've been an earrings packager, tour guide, dictionary worker, phone researcher, barmaid, lobbyist and management consultant. But in each of those jobs, even when I was travelling around the world as a consultant, I was 'the consultant/whatever who wanted to be a writer'. 

Have you ever wanted to be somebody else?

Yes, loads of people, all the time! I still do and one of the most fun aspects of writing fiction is being able to put yourself into another person's life and imagine what it would be like to be them. Right now, I think it would be pretty good to be Meryl Streep, for example. She's such a talented actress and successful as a mum, too. However, having said all that, my two big ambitions were to write books and have a family, and I've done both, so I feel very lucky and satisfied.

How did you cope as a teenager, I mean, how did you do with spots and stuff?

It wasn't my favourite time. I was indeed spotty, and absolutely hated it. I can still remember almost every spot in great detail, and I got through lots of Clearasil. One of the joys of growing up was not getting them so much any more. I was also embarrassed by having boobs, which I didn't know what to do with. I went to an all girls school and by my late teens I was fed up with not seeing any decent boys. Teenage life looks great from the outside, but it's so hard when you're actually living it.

What is your most treasured possession? Why?

Not sure. I love my home and most things in it, but as long as my family are safe, I don't worry too much about possessions. That doesn't mean that I don't adore window-shopping, because I absolutely do. The thing I would rescue from a fire, after my family, would always be my laptop, though, because it's always got the latest book on it.

Who is your favourite author?

PG Wodehouse for comedy. For sheer friendliness combined with fab writing skills, Cathy Cassidy. She was the first author to sign a book for me. I have millions of others, though, and I list a few of them on my website. Also, see above.

Why did you want to become an author?

Because growing up, I adored books. When I was bored or lonely, I could always lose myself in a great story. I wanted to be able to do  what those authors did, and create magical worlds that new readers could lose themselves in. It sounded a lot more fun than office work. (And having tried both, I can confirm that that's true. Although office work pays a lot more reliably, so don't knock it.)

Have you ever got any fan-presents?

Yes, I have - which is wonderful. There are a couple of girls who draw pictures for me, or make me friendship bracelets. Somebody even made me a bag. They're all very precious and I'm very grateful.

How many pets have you got? Have they influenced your writing in any way?

None at the moment, because we had to get rid of the goldfish. We had 70, but the pond was too dangerous with a young toddler in the family. When I was growing up I had a cat called Odysseus, whom I adored, but it turned out I was horribly allergic to cat hair so I didn't get another one when he died. Yes, I'm sure he influenced my writing. He was a very good friend to me - funny, silly and loyal. I probably put him subconsciously into lots of my characters.

What do you do when your stuck on what to write?

I try to keep going. It can be very tough, though, if I don't think something is working. But I try and keep thinking through plot and character ideas, hoping that the inspiration will return so I can get going again. I'm only truly happy when I can't wait to get back to the story.

Do people chase after you in the streets and beg you for autographs?

No, never! Neil Gaiman (The Graveyard Book) tells the story that he was on a plane when he happened to have several books in the New York Times bestseller list simultaneously and the woman sitting next to him had never heard of him. When he explained he was a writer, she assumed he was just starting out and wished him good luck. I think that's such a sweet story. I don't think even JK Rowling gets chased down the street. However, occasionally I mention to a friend that I've written Threads and she tells me her daughter loved it, and that gives me a real glow.

Do you have a special writing place?

In bed is good. So is my writing shed. So are various cafes round about. And my local libraries are great, because they block wifi, so I can't get distracted by Twitter and Facebook. My books get written all over the place. 

Have you got any tips for young writers?

I'll pass on the tip I was given by a writer called Susan Marling, when I asked her the same question when I was a teenager: just do it. Read a lot, write as much as you can and make sure you finish things, because finishing can often be the hardest part. Don't worry about getting published straight away. Just work on developing your style and finding out the kind of thing that interests you. But above all, write. 

Thank you Sophia, for having this interview with me, I most appreciate. Hope to speak to you again some time!

Thank you, Amy-Anne. It was a pleasure. 

In My Mailbox (2)

In my mailbox today...

Two signed posters, 

A double-sided book sheet and

Six signed bookplates.


The Lucky 7 Meme

Everyone is doing The Lucky 7 Meme, and so here I am to take part too.

Here are the rules:

  • Go to page 77 of your current MS (or your fave book)
  • Go to line 7
  • Copy down the next 7 lines, sentences, or paragraphs, and post them as they're written
  • Tag 7 authors
  • Let them know
So, here's mine out of The Hunger Games; Catching Fire...

  1. I feel dizzy and have to stop for a moment. Little bits of bright sunshine dance before my eyes. "Are you alright?" Peeta asks.
  2. "Just dizzy. The sun was so bright," I say. I see his bouquet. "I forgot my flowers," I mumble.
  3. "I'll get them," he says.
  4. "I can," I answer.
  5. We would be safe inside the Justice Building by now, if I hadn't stopped, if I hadn't left my flowers. Instead, from the deep shade of the veranda, we see the whole thing.
  6. A pair of Peacekeepers dragging the old man who whistled, to the top of the steps. Forcing him to his knees before the crowd.
  7. And putting a bullet through his head.
It doesn't make a lot of sense right now, unless you've read the book.

And here are the authors I'm going to tag!

Thanks for reading,

In The Post

Well, since everyone writes an 'In The Post' post, I've decided to do one aswell, just for the fun of it(:


Only one envelope in the postbox today;

Letter, signed fact sheet, bookmark, postcard, poster and book star list. 

Interview poster and to the left you can see the signed fact sheet.

That's all, folks!



My thirty-third review (for the BBC) is The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.

There are twelve districts. Two children from each district is pulled out and forced to fight to the death in the Hunger Games. One boy. One girl. To remind them of their old rebellious ways. To remind them of their mistakes.

When Katniss's younger sister Prim gets pulled out at the Reaping, he knows she must do something. But what? Either just stand by and watch Prim get killed, or take over Prim's place. And let's face it, Katniss was never going to let Prim die.

As the Games begin, things are not as expected. Katniss finds out that the one she's trusted for many years, is her secret lover. And, as the days wear on, she needs to fake her love to someone else. Fake her love if she wants to live.

The chances are one to twenty-four, or in this case, two to twelve. But with most dead, and the rest wishing they were dead, how can Katniss survive?

Soon grown attached to either her predator or prey, Katniss Everdeen is heartbroken when she realises the full brutality of her life, and she must get away...

...Well. Not until the others are dead.

This book was totally immense, and I'm going to rate it as the best book I've ever read, along with S. C Ransom's Small Blue Thing trilogy. It would have to be rated for ages 13+ at least, as it is pretty grim and grisly.

Just the one kiss, and your family's dead. Oh, wait, they probably already are....

Book Blues

As today's subject, I've decided to write down seven of my Book Blues. There's not much I dislike about books, but these really get me down.

1- When the book's full of spelling mistakes. IE; 'Thee gils st dawn on thee mt becuse they thort they where coll enuff too.'

2- When a simple chapter takes HOURS to read. IE; A book about a teenage vampire. In the first chapter she's in highschool, then leaves and goes to work, then gets married, then has children, then gets promoted queen of Transylvania.

3- When the book doesn't tell you anything. Yeah, okay, I like suspense, but I don't like it when it doesn't even tell you the simplest facts. IE; 'I know how to stop my parents' divorce! Finally, I know! I just need to borrow some money from Nan and... well, more about that subject later.'

4- When the characters in books have accents, and the authors use that accent as their style. IE; 'Eyy, Lassie. I dun know whet yur on aboot.'

5- When an adult book is written through the point of a child, or a child's book is written through the point of an adult. IE; 'And then, the big scary dragon ate Mummy, and pulled Day apart. Then, he dawned on me and put a big scary looking tooth through my heart. I died, and was very, very scared. I wish my magic unicorn was here to save me.'

6- When the author goes off topic. IE; A book about zombies taking over the world, when the zombie takes a toilet break, cleans himself up and sets out to a fashion show. Then, in fifteen minutes he was back and killed the Werewolf queen.

7- Well, this is really the fault of film directors, but I think I ought to mention it anyway. It's when you read a book, then watch the book's film version and the characters are nothing alike. IE; A book about a princess that rules over Kingdom Pretty. She wears long velvet dresses, lovely satin bows in her hair, and a delicate wreath of flowers around her head. Her hair is white-blonde. Then when you watch the film, she wears denim jeans with a black skull t-shirt, a dead snake tied around her head and has black scruffy hair.

So what are your Book Blues? Do you agree with mine? Come and comment!!



Well, to add some fun to my blog, I have just added a virtual fishtank (look to your right of this screen).

At the moment I have two fish in that fishtank; the white fish is female and is called Ghost whilst the black fish is male and is called Shadow.

And so, to add some fun, I want to get YOU involved. I have a feeling some new fish are going to join the tank, and this is where the competition comes in.

I need NAMES for the fish. It's simple really, just comment with your favourite fish name for a certain colour, and my favourite name for each colour shall be christened.

You can enter more than once, and any colours without any names shall not be placed in the tank.

The colours to name are-


And you can decide whether to get males or females.

So those fish will practically be yours, so come back and visit them!!

Also, those fish shall be put into a short story, where YOU will be featured!

So get thinking!!



My thirty-second review is My Sister The Vampire; Star Style by Sienna Mercer.

>I can't find the actual cover of the book, so I could only give this. Though, the only differences is the green bat isn't on my copy,  their eyes are big and have colours in on my book, there isn't hat little swirl next to it's title, there aren't bats in those places, there is a candle in he place of the right keep-out and there's a purple coffin in the background.<

I admit, I did a really dumb thing here. Since WHSmiths hadn't had book six and seven in store, I decided to go straight int book eight- Star Style! So, I'm going to ignore how utterly confusing it was and base my review on the actual content of the book.

The front cover had changed, yet again, although it was done by the same illustrator. And, I don't know if you can see this, but the words engraved on the swan trophy says Perfect Couple Award, which has absolutely zilch to do with the book!

Anyway, on with the review.

Jackson and Olivia are now a couple, though Olivia really isn't coping. No one knows, but if their secret is told, their relationship could break with the thousands of haters against them.

Someone is out to tell their secret, and expose them to the world. Is she jealous? Does she want her fame back? Or is it something more personal?

Olivia and Ivy are the perfect twins for the new up and coming film, though a stake could probably act better than Ivy. But, since they're identical twins, could Olivia play the part of them both?

Olivia, of course, is still surrounded by the attention of her adoring fans. She had (apparently) been the star in the previous world-wide famous Hollywood blockbuster, though everyone still wants more. How much more pressure can she take?

I would rate it an 8/10 again, and would recommend it for over 10's. There's one thing I REALLY want after reading this... A twin vampire sister!!

Okay, I'm going to have to review the other two tomorrow, as it's quite late and my reviews won't be up for much.



*Finally got round to it!*

My thirty-first review is My Sister The Vampire; Take Two by Sienna Mercer.

To start off with, theres three things I disliked about the cover;

1. The characters are completely different. They have different features, different body shapes and different hairstyles

2. The border is lighter than the inside whilst the rest have it the other way around

3. It has a green bat and spiderwebs in the background, unike the other books

^It was done by a different illustrator, and that, for some reason, made me feel uncomfortable.^

Ivy thought of Jackson's peachy complexion -- if he was human and had put on that fake tan, he'd look orange. But, he looked completely normal. Completely human. Which meant that without fake tan he must look really, really pale. Could Jackson be...
"A vampire," Ivy whispered...

Hollywood has come to Franklin Grove! And it's brought the world's most famous teen stars! Olivia falls in love at first sight with the main actor, Jackson, but Ivy smells something fishy. Somehow, they land their dream jobs, actresses! Well, Olivia's dream job, anyway. Can things be too good to be true?

Jackson is utterly drop-dead. With movie star looks and movie star personalities, will he be the movie star actor? Or is he actually human? Ivy doesn't think so...

Charlotte Brown is up to something. And not a good something. How can she dare speak to the director like that, unless.. they're related?

Olivia and Ivy's dad has just come to terms with them being twins. Sure, he's still a bit dodgy around Olivia, but does that really matter when they're family? And why so edgy? After all, blood's thicker than water... and it's certainly tastier!

I would rate this an 8/10, as I really am a bit too old for these books, but they're nice as a quick read. I would recommend in for over 10's, and for teenagers as a quick entertainment read.

A killer story to sink your teeth into!

The Versatile Blogger Award!!

Haven't reviewed yet (see last post), but I just realised two things...

1. I've been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award!

And 2. I've been nominated by TWO people...

2* I don't know how to make this work, but I will!!

So happy!!

I have been nominated by the faboo Shakira from - her blog is IMMENSE!!

And Ella from - her blog is AMMENSIBLE!!


  • If you get awarded, add "The Versatile Blogger Award" button to your blogs side-bar
  • Write down seven random facts about you
  • Award 15 other bloggers and let them know!

  • But  don't know how to add the button... someone help me out?

    My seven random facts-

    1. I want to be an author (obviously!)!!
    2. I'm Welsh!!
    3. I LOVE cheese!!
    4. I LOVE Bob Marley songs!!
    5. I play guitar!
    6. I LOVE to blog, though I only really do reviews, but that's going to change!!
    7. I LOVE stripy socks!!

    The seven bloggers I'm nominating are (wait, can I nominate people that have already been nominated? because I don't think I know 15 bloggers!!)...

    1. Shakira!
    2. Ella!
    3. Laura!
    4. Shopaholic Ramblings!
    5. Orli!
    6. W-O-W!
    7. Neevie!
    8. Leah!
    9. Cassandra!
    10.  Rainbow Drops!

    >and the last five will be my fave authors! (in no particular order!)<

    11. Jo!
    12. Rosalie!
    13. Hayley!
    14. Fiona!
    15. Kate!

    Mega sorry if I didn't pick you!

    And remember, clicking the FOLLOW button won't hurt...

    Quick Note!!

    Hello, sorry I haven't posted in a while, I was on holiday in Wales. So here are some reviews I missed and some reviews for books I read when I was away. Enjoy!