Equinox by David Townsend- Blog Tour and Book Review

I’m so pleased to be part of the blog tour for the dark fantasy crossed mystery   Equinox by David Townsend.

Genre: Fantasy

Source: Publishers Head of Zeus for a free and unbiased opinion

Everyone is not as they seem in this fantasy novel, replete with war, witchcraft and secrets.

Christophor Morden lives by night. His day-brother, Alexsander, knows only the sun. They are two souls in a single body, in a world where identities change with the rising and setting of the sun. Night-brother or day-sister, one never sees the light, the other knows nothing of the night.Early one evening, Christophor is roused by a call to the city prison. A prisoner has torn his eyes out and cannot say why. Yet worse: in the sockets that once held his eyes, teeth are growing. The police suspect the supernatural, so Christophor, a member of the king’s special inspectorate, is charged with finding the witch responsible.Night-by-night, Christophor’s investigation leads him ever further from home, toward a backwards village on the far edge of the kingdom. But the closer he gets to the truth, the more his day-brother’s actions frustrate him. Who is Alexsander protecting? What does he not want Christophor to discover?

And all the while, an ancient and apocalyptic ritual creeps closer to completion


I was so excited to be part of this blog tour for Equinox by David Towsey- especially when I saw the cover.

I was given a free copy of the book for a free and unbiased opinion.

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Pretty Deadly by Kelsey Josund -Book Tour and review

I am so pleased to be part of the blog tour for Pretty Deadly. Kelsey Josund spins Cinderella on its head in this dark fantasy.

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Publication Date: 26th October 21

Genre: Dark Fantasy

Cinna would quite literally kill for the throne.

She’s spent years forced to serve her wealthy cousins rather than attend society events alongside them, waiting for the chance to prove herself and exact revenge. When a ball is announced at the castle, promising to bring many powerful people to town, she seizes the opportunity to strike.

She bets her best friend, a small-time thief and con-man, that she can land a greater score the night of the ball than he can. They embark on parallel heists. But as their plots unfold, things begin to unravel: by the end of the night, the castle’s on lock down, a duchess is dead, a mansion has burnt to the ground, and Cinna hasn’t stolen anything. Or has she stolen something more valuable than gold and jewels?


Cinderella was one of the few fairytales I really disliked when I was growing up. I could never understand how someone as downtrodden and ill-treated could wish for a pretty dress and shiny shoes from an all-powerful fairy godmother.

But finally, here is a Cinderella I can get behind. 

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