Murder / Mystery Series – Stephen Griffiths – Sensitive content – not suitable to children.

Griffiths, 40. Arrested after committing murder 3 times.

Griffiths was studying a PhD in criminology at Bradford university, when he was arrested for the murder of Susan Rushworth, Shelley Armitage and Suzanne Blamires, all bizarrely with their first name beginning with the letter ‘S’.

Griffiths was a man whom studied the work of prior criminal Valentine, to which he got his ‘inspiration’ to go on a vile killing spree. Griffiths proceeded to brag about his crimes on a website before killing his victims. His crimes were so brutal all females were reported to be dismantled in his bath, after he had knocked Suzanne unconscious.

Griffiths even went as far to have skinned his victims, and consumed them afterwards. a lot of his brutal attacks were caught on CCTV outside his flat.

The remains of Rushworth were never found.

luckily Griffiths was charged with the murder of all three women, and sentenced to life imprisonment, which a whole life order.



3 Brand new series.. coming soon.

Hey guys!

I’m feeling so guilty. I promised to be uploading again regularly, but evidently I have neglected both my blogs for some time. I’ve recently had a eureka moment, and decided I’m going to force myself to make sure I put 100% time and efforts back into my blogs.

This means I have got 3 new series coming which include –

  • What about Law series – As I am I law student I thought I’d create a series about my second passion along side reading books (going into the right profession). This series will include, crazy laws in the UK and neighbouring countries, new laws, random law facts, and some opinionated law pieces. I’ll hopefully be talking about news relation and current affairs also.
  • Murder/Mystery series – This will include the most notorious killers, and pieces on unsolved murders and crimes, which could be really interesting for me as well as you, going along and finding out theories, and case facts.
  • How and Why series – As I’m a serious Procrastinator I often bombard my brain with hypothetical scenarios and how and why questions, which I can go into a lot of depth with. Some will be controversial topics, whilst others will be just general why and how life questions.

I am hopefully looking to start these next week.

Happy reading 🙂

Give a little…

Do people still use librarys

Ever since my last blog questioning if people still use librarys, personally I’ve been trying to make the most of my local Library.

I sorted through some books people have sent me, arks, presents and others and decided to give the library some. For me this was pretty difficult, because I love holding onto my books, but I needed the space. Anyway the woman at the library looked at me like she’d never been given books before. It just warmed my heart!

I can’t encourage any of you enough, to sort through old books, DVDs and CDs. Take them to your library and give to someone else!

Happy giving 🙂

(Part 1) A Time to reap review.

I got sent “A Time To Reap” by Shannon Thompson; To review.

The book is written by Jonas Lee, which I emailed later on to request to do an interview, to feature on my blog! Thankfully he said yes, so that will be posted as part 2 tomorrow! 

On with the plot

This book went above all my expectations, not that I expected it to be terrible, which it certainly wasn’t.

It was a quick and easy read, with alot of engaging factors, that kept me hooked all the way through.

The characters, carter,Mo,Alba,joshua all had individual personalities, that were portrayed ever so well. In some parts I was in fits of laughter, because Carters sarcasm is doppelganger to mine! This book is 100% recommend by me, and if you don’t go and buy it you’re missing out deeply.
If it was up to me this book would be on amazons top best sellers list.

I’d rate this book 🌟🌟🌟🌟 4 gold stars, because I can’t wait to get hold of the second book, to read in the near future.

Happy reading.

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Ebooks or Paperback?


Which suits you the best?


I’ve always had books, ever since I was little, but about a year ago I bought one book every blue moon. Eventually, I found Ebooks and began reading so many, in the space of a month I read 9 Ebooks.

Then around 3/4 month ago, I got hit with the book buying bug, and it just wont stop. Personally I like paperbacks, because to me, nothing is better than holding a real book in my hands, and taking time away from technology.
But then again EBooks come in handy for a break from paperbacks.

Lets do this like a review. Id rate paperbacks 🌟🌟🌟🌟⭐ 4 gold stars and 1 silver.
Ebooks ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 4 silver stars.
If you’re unsure of my star rating, check out my other reviews and social media and you’ll get the idea.

Happy reading

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