What I’m reading and what I’ve read…

As Stephen King says in his book On Writing:

If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others:
Read a lot and write a lot.

Being an avid reader, my virtual and actual to-read bookshelves are always piled high, so there’s plenty to keep me going.

Most of my book reviews appear on the Blog on my main website, but over here I’ll be reviewing only books for middlegrade, teen and YA readers.

If you’re an author or publisher interested in requesting a review, check out my submissions procedure, though bear in mind I’m not adding any new books to my reviewing list for the foreseeable future.

Below, you’ll find the books I’ll be reading shortly, as well as those I’ve read and reviewed. If I didn’t like them, or they were poorly written, then no review.

Current Reading List

Willsher, Rob: Rory and Harlow’s Time Travelling Taxi

Reviewed Books

Walker, Tim and Cathy: Charly in Space (4)
Nesbitt, E: The Railway Children (5)

Jansson, Tove: Finn Family Moomintroll (5)
Hall, Chris: Following the Green Rabbit (4)
Marchion, Terry: The Missing Yesterdays (5)
London, Jack: Call of the Wild (5)
DK: It Can’t be True! Animals! (5)
Gerber, Dave and Jessie: A Robot’s Journey to Find a Heart (4)
Stewart, Martin: Riverkeep (5)
Aiken, Joan: Black Hearts in Battersea (3)
Banda, Suhmayah: A Place to Call Home (5)
Jade, Elizabeth: Akea. His Mother’s Son (5)

Cheadle, Roberta Eaton: Through the Nethergate (4)
Jeffers, Oliver: The Fate of Fausto (5)
Simpson, Darren: Scavengers (3)
Dixon, Franklin W: The Wailing Siren Mystery (3)
Lewis, Gill: The Closest Thing to Flying (5)
Whitehorn, Harriet: Freddie’s Amazing Bakery: The Great Raspberry Mix-Up’ by Harriet Whitehorn and Alex G Griffiths (3)
Bawden, Nina: Carrie’s War (5)
Cheadle, Robbie and Cheadle, Michael: Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River Story and Cookbook (4)
Caruso, Nick and Rabaiotti, Dani: Does It Fart? (4)