Wednesday, 29 May 2013

'Daddy' reviews on ReadItDaddy - A roundup

Here's a handy dandy link-o-tron through to reviews on ReadItDaddy that were purely for 'grown up' or YA books (that my daughter had no input on).

In no particular order:

Wonder by R.J. Palacio (Corgi)

The Battles of Ben Kingdom Vol 1 by Andrew Beasley (Usborne)

Taft 2012 by Jason Heller (Quirk Books)

The Last Policeman by Ben H. Winters (Quirk Books)

Countdown City (The Last Policeman 2) by Ben H. Winters (Quirk Books)

Ack Ack Macaque by Gareth L. Powell (Solaris Books)

The Palace Library by Steven Loveridge (CreateSpace)

The Last Minute by Eleanor Updale (David Fickling Books)

Welcome to Daddy After Dark!

The Shadow in "Deathhouse Rescue" (art by Fancesco Francovilla)
The problem with running a children's book blog is that sometimes it feels like that's all you get to read. Not so, my lieblings! Daddy does read after dark, usually before collapsing in an exhausted heap from a day of BEING a daddy.

So at the risk of kicking off yet another blog (like I said on Twitter earlier, too little butter spread across too much bread) here's a book blog for the 'other' stuff ReadItDaddy reads. The darker stuff, the grown up stuff, the stuff that won't go anywhere near the children's book blog.

Stick around for Daddy after Dark. Coming to a web browser near you.

Wednesday, 29 May 2013

'Daddy' reviews on ReadItDaddy - A roundup

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Welcome to Daddy After Dark!

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The Shadow in "Deathhouse Rescue" (art by Fancesco Francovilla)
The problem with running a children's book blog is that sometimes it feels like that's all you get to read. Not so, my lieblings! Daddy does read after dark, usually before collapsing in an exhausted heap from a day of BEING a daddy.

So at the risk of kicking off yet another blog (like I said on Twitter earlier, too little butter spread across too much bread) here's a book blog for the 'other' stuff ReadItDaddy reads. The darker stuff, the grown up stuff, the stuff that won't go anywhere near the children's book blog.

Stick around for Daddy after Dark. Coming to a web browser near you.
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