Meet the forensic pathologist, Dr Richard Shepherd.He solves the mysteries of unexplained or sudden death.He has performed over 23,000 autopsies, including some of the most high-profile cases of recent times; the Hungerford Massacre, the Princess Diana inquiry, and 9/11.He has faced serial killers, natural disaster, 'perfect murders' and freak accidents.His evidence has put killers behind … Continue reading Review: ‘Unnatural Causes’ Richard Shepherd
Some fantastic ideas here for those of us wanting to liven up our content!
Something that has helped me immensely during my blogging journey is planning out my content. Having a list of blog post ideas on hand is an amazing resource and saves so much time. Even if I never write all of those posts, having a cache of post ideas on hand majorly reduces any anxiety or stress I may feel about creating content.
To make things a bit easier for you, I’ve compiled this mega list of Book Blog Post Ideas and a list of resources for creating beautiful content. I’ve also included some of the sites I use to help me refine my ideas and do keyword research.
If you use any of these ideas, I would absolutely love to read your post so please link it in the comments 🧡
A really useful website for post ideas that relate to current holidays or celebrations is Days…
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She's sworn off relationships. He has no desire to fall at all. They can only fight their attraction for so long. Jupiter Quinn is on the run from an abusive relationship. Finding shelter in Macha MC, her goal is to keep her head down until the divorce is finalized. What Jupiter doesn’t expect is to … Continue reading Review: ‘Rubble’ Skye McNeil
Illium and Aodhan. Aodhan and Illium. For centuries they've been inseparable: the best of friends, closer than brothers, companions of the heart. But that was before-before darkness befell Aodhan and shattered him, body, mind, and soul. Now, at long last, Aodhan is healing, but his new-found strength and independence may come at a devastating cost … Continue reading Review: ‘Archangel’s Light’ Nalini Singh
Ever since she was adopted from an orphanage in Sri Lanka, Paloma has led a privileged Californian life: the best schools, a generous allowance and parents so perfect that Paloma fears she'll never live up to them. Now at thirty, Paloma has managed to disappoint her parents so thoroughly that their relationship will never recover. … Continue reading Review: ‘My Sweet Girl’ Amanda Jayatissa
In horror movies, the final girl is the one who’s left standing when the credits roll. The one who fought back, defeated the killer, and avenged her friends. The one who emerges bloodied but victorious. But after the sirens fade and the audience moves on, what happens to her? Lynnette Tarkington survived a massacre twenty-two … Continue reading Review: ‘The Final Girl Support Group’ Grady Hendrix
My partner and I decided to venture into Glasgow city centre on Friday after steering clear of it for pretty much the entirety of the pandemic thus far. After having some lunch, we went to the Savoy Centre on Sauchiehall Street, which is one of the city centre's main shopping streets. Inside, we were met … Continue reading Convenience versus the independent bookshop
I've been a part of the bookish blogosphere for over five years and, for the most part, I love it. I've found it to be a positive community, one in which people from all walks of life are connected through their shared passion for books. Regardless of how much I've interacted with a blogger, if … Continue reading Bibliophile Bullies
The King of Hell owns me. Mind, body, and eternal soul. The devil’s in the details, and I shouldn’t be surprised to find Hell in Las Vegas. Luke doesn’t care that I can’t remember a thing about the deal we made on the night of my bachelorette party. All he cares is that I promised … Continue reading DNF: ‘Lucifer’s Bride’ (Married to the Devil #1) Roxie Ray and Skye Wilson
U.S. law enforcement agent Heather Lane can read minds. But not the future. The dream of battle and blood that recurs every night must be a fluke, some obscure terror from her own mind. What its significance might be, she can't guess: an attack from seven psychotic vampires at once, only separated from nightmare by … Continue reading Review: ‘Shadows Strike’ Dianne Duvall