Booklover Bites – Unreliable Narrators and Fictional Character Accounts on Twitter

Don Tillman tweet

Unreliable Narrators - I like them. When executed well I think they can produce some of the most compelling fiction. Some of my recent favourite unreliable narrators include Harriet Baxter (Gillespie and I by Jane Harris) and Lela White (The Trajectory of Dreams by Nicole Wolverton).  Share This: Recommend on Facebook Share with Stumblers Share on technorati […]

Booklover Bites – A Modern Classic, Book Titles and SEO, What Kind of Reader Are You?

Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter

 I am not the only one that loved Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter and in particular the audiobook version – watch this short interview with narrator Edoardo Ballerini where he explains beautifully what is so special about this book and why it will be considered a modern day classic.  Authors and publishers should read ‘Book Titles and Search Engine Optimisation’ . […]

Booklover Bites – Favourite Thrillers With Strong Female Leads

Assassin by Tara Moss

What are your favourite thrillers with strong female leads? Book Riot asked readers this question recently and collated this reading list. I have only read two on this list, The Millenium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson (well this is actually three books) and The Informationist by Taylor Stevens, but would wholeheartedly agree with their inclusion.     I […]

Booklover Bites – When words become art

Curiosity - Nabokov

  I adore the artistic use of language, and sometimes on this blog wax lyrical about, what I term, ‘when words become art’. So when people take that theme and run with it, like Evan Robertson has with his Literature-inspired Fine Art Illustrations, I am a captive audience. One of my favourites is the illustration […]