Other than book reviews, what do you feature on your blog?
Well, information about my own books, naturally. In addition to that, I do these hops, I review films and theatre from time to time, I write monthly blog posts on different topics. In the past I've done author interviews, writing and editing tips etc. I also share my drawings and my vlogs (which include book and writing tags and end-of-the-month round-ups of what I've been reading and watching). Think that's about it! :)
I counted fifteen dead men working the deck of the Kingston.
From page 56:
At night he slept with his arms wrapped around me and I rested better than I had in seven months.
Anne Bonny was eighteen when she ran away from her violent husband, James, into the arms of pirate captain Calico Jack Rackham. Now she’s ensconced aboard Jack’s ship Ranger, passing as a cabin boy and playing her ruthless part in a crew that is raining down mayhem and murder on the ships of the Caribbean. But James Bonny is willing to pay to get his ‘property’ back. And pirate-hunter Captain Barnet is happy to take his money.
The Ranger’s a fast ship: Anne might just be able to outrun Barnet. But can she outrun the consequences of her relationship with Calico Jack?
Devil's Ballast is action-packed yet nuanced, culturally relevant and sharp as a cutlass. Based on the true story of Anne Bonny, this new novel by the remarkable Meg Caddy brings to life one of history’s most fascinating anti-heroines.
I like the sounds of it via the synopsis most! I added you to the linky. Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
It was a fun, entertaining read.Delete
That's a cover - and I like the sound of that.ReplyDelete
Lauren @ Always Me
I found it enjoyable.Delete
Sounds like a good one! Love the cover too! Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a great weekend! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Ashley. You too!Delete
Many good topics on your blog.ReplyDelete
Have a good weekend.
Thanks for the visit, Elizabeth.Delete
Oooh, that's an interesting opening! Caught my attention, for sure. I'm interested in all these Anne Bonney stories I've been coming across lately! She's an interesting figure.ReplyDelete
It was an enjoyable read--good fun.Delete
That sounds a good read. As well as book reviews and giveaways, I do recipes, sustainability, product reviews and lifestyleReplyDelete