Book Flashbacks That Bring Back Beautiful Memories, by Madhuri Palaji
I remember falling asleep to my mother’s wonderful voice while she read ‘Hattie and the Fox’ by Mem Fox. Books are the best things that happened to me. I’m glad my mom introduced me to a plenty of reading. There were not many things to do those days… no mobiles to play games, no Youtube […]
Top Seven Villains and Why I Love to Despise Them, by Lauren
I love books that have a well written villain. You know when a writer has written a villain well because you grow to despise that character. A villain can add a whole new dimension to a novel so here are my seven villains.   Voldemort from the Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling I love […]
Ten Spooky Reads for Halloween, by Clare Dugmore
With Halloween this coming weekend, if you’re looking for a spooky read for your All Hallow’s Eve festivities, I have a great selection for you, including five of my personal favourites, and five CQ titles that are on sale for 99 cents as part of The Kindle Book Review’s Halloween Party. The Spook’s Stories: Witches, […]
Celebrating Authors Born In September, by Clare Dugmore
Happy September, everyone! For most people, school has started up again (or is about to), and summer is drawing to a close. With a couple of months until Halloween, there’s not much to celebrate right now, but we at CQ find any excuse for a slice of cake (or three!). So we’d like to raise […]
Best of British Books, by Clare Dugmore
As the CQ team’s resident Brit, I’m very proud of the literature that’s come from the British Isles, so I decided to bring you my list of “The Best of British Books.” Some, I have read numerous times over, some only once, and some are on my TBR list. The Harry Potter Series, by J.K. […]