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I'm Kristal McKerrington. I have been a published author since 2010. I'm currently signed at Gilbert Literacy Agency. I'm signed with several publishers. I work with ReemVision. Even appeared on TMZ a few times. I'm a nationwide author with Marie's World. I have become a worldwide author with many publishers. 

I live in Scotland, I'm a believer in a free Scotland. I love Viking myths and history. I'm a reader in my spare time. I love to read paranormal and romance novels. I am co-creator of the genre wrestling romance with Joe E Legend. I'm a believer in doing a show on wrestling and romance writing together, showcasing my lifestyle compared to Joe's. 

I've written a comedy novel which comes out in 2015 with Firefly & Wisp Publishing. I'm entering new genres with interest. I love a challenge when it comes to my writing. 

I'm good friends with Mohombi who has supported my novel Marie's World going nationwide in the UK and will be released nationwide in the US. We have had support from Sony Music and other big promoters, celebrities. 

Saturday, 27 May 2017

Eleanor & Park By Rainbow Rowell - Review

Hello all,

This is a special book review today that I want to share with all of you. There is even a note for the author at the bottom. From one writer to another.

Eleanor & Park By Rainbow Rowell - 

'Reminded me not just what it's like to be young and in love, but what it's like to be young and in love with a book' John Green, author of The Fault in our Stars
Eleanor is the new girl in town, and she's never felt more alone. All mismatched clothes, mad red hair and chaotic home life, she couldn't stick out more if she tried.
Then she takes the seat on the bus next to Park. Quiet, careful and - in Eleanor's eyes - impossibly cool, Park's worked out that flying under the radar is the best way to get by.
Slowly, steadily, through late-night conversations and an ever-growing stack of mix tapes, Eleanor and Park fall in love. They fall in love the way you do the first time, when you're 16, and you have nothing and everything to lose.
Set over the course of one school year in 1986, Eleanor & Park is funny, sad, shocking and true - an exquisite nostalgia trip for anyone who has never forgotten their first love.

5/5 stars 


This book has to be the realist book that I have read in the Young Adult genre. It not only catches what it is like children to grow up in a poor area, she touches on subjects a lot of writers shy away from. She showed a lot of human weakness and how helpless we can be in situations like Eleanor found herself in. There are many teenagers who are in the same position that Park is in but with other troubles of their own. This isn't just capturing love at the time frame they set, this book reaches audiences within this time period also. It's modern in its use of content and character development and I loved how she made them come off the page. 

I look forward to reading Rainbow's work in the future. 


I didn't want to ask you what those three words were rather I wanted to leave them to live their lives without me disturbing them. I share a similar thought pattern and I struggle with walking away from the endings of my characters as I want them to live on and on. 

Thank you for stopping by and I hope to see you again soon. 

Kristal McKerrington 

Thursday, 18 May 2017

The Art of Us By Teri Wilson - Review

Hello, all.

I have to say this was a book that was different for me. I try to read different kinds of contemporary romance novels so that I can experience what they have to offer. Teri Wilson offers that in spades with every book that she writes. I love her work and she is the sweetest person you have ever met.

Now onto the review...

The Art of Us 
Teri Wilson 

Harper Higgins, art history professor and Vincent van Gogh scholar, doesn’t need a man. She needs an artist. Fast. The art show she’s counting on to secure her tenure is in trouble.

So when she collides with a ruggedly handsome man carrying a basket of violets on a rainy night in Boston, she thinks she’s found her miracle. Cynical, brooding ex-soldier Tom Stone can paint. And he’s quite good. He just needs Harper’s artistic touch.
But once she talks him into pretending he’s a long-lost descendant of van Gogh, the trouble really begins. As the art opening draws near, their identities—both real and imagined—hang in the balance. The student becomes the master as Tom teaches Harper that passion is its own work of art…

4/5 Stars

This book is designed and meant to art lovers. 

The two characters are completely different from each other and a little broken in their own ways. One night and a basket of Violets will change everything. All the pieces of their lives fall into place with every turn of the page. There is nothing not to love about this romance as you learn not just about love but about the art world too. Something that I must admit has alluded me for my entire life and Teri made me feel a little closer to it. 

There is nothing bad that I can say about this book because it was executed well and it had a great flow that so few writers can keep while teaching. That is part of the reason that Teri Wilson is as talented as she is. 

All in all, I can't recommend this book enough. I know that a lot of you out there will feel the same way when they pick up their copy of this book. Do it fast because this is about to be another Hallmark smash hit film. Something that no one should miss. 


Stop by again soon to see what book I have read and my honest opinions on it. I look forward to seeing you. 

Kristal McKerrington 

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Crown of Midnight By Sarah J Mass - Review

Hello All,

We are into the second book of the five book series. I have to say that I wasn't sure I was going to read the second one but I took a chance. My thoughts are below. I hope that you will find my thoughts helpful as you decide upon whether or not to give this book a try,

Crown of Midnight 

Eighteen-year-old Celaena Sardothien is bold, daring and beautiful – the perfect seductress and the greatest assassin her world has ever known. But though she won the King's contest and became his champion, Celaena has been granted neither her liberty nor the freedom to follow her heart. The slavery of the suffocating salt mines of Endovier that scarred her past is nothing compared to a life bound to her darkest enemy, a king whose rule is so dark and evil it is near impossible to defy. Celaena faces a choice that is tearing her heart to pieces: kill in cold blood for a man she hates, or risk sentencing those she loves to death. Celaena must decide what she will fight for: survival, love or the future of a kingdom. Because an assassin cannot have it all . . . And trying to may just destroy her. 

Love or loathe Celaena, she will slice open your heart with her dagger and leave you bleeding long after the last page of this New York Times bestselling sequel, in what is undeniably THE hottest new fantasy series.

5/5 Stars - Review

From the start this book just feels like the author has settled into the series and is prepared to tell it to you all. She offers snippets of book one but she has described more of this book than she had done in before. So its more gore and its not for the weak of the heart. There is still something there to offer those who love romance. We see a romance take seed, grow and bloom. It gets ripped from the ground before it has a chance to go anywhere else. I think that was the best sort of rollercoaster ride for the readers of this series. 

We see Celaena go through her biggest loss yet and how she can't seem to drag herself back from the edge. Dorian is there to help her and he is going to need her just as much as she needs him. Their distance is going to be put behind them as things change for the pair again. This was a page turner with some moments that I had to step away as it was gross, however that added to the world that Sarah J Mass is building with these books. She did a really good job. 

I do recommend it to those who are looking for a thrill in their young adult reads. 


Thank you for stopping by to read the latest review that I have taken the time to put up to help guide you in this ever growing book world. Come back again soon, 

Kristal McKerrington 

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Throne of Glass By Sarah J Mass Review.

Hello all, 
Today we are diving back into the Fantasy world with the book called "Throne of Glass." Book 1 of the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Mass. 
Meet Celaena Sardothien.
Beautiful. Deadly. Destined for greatness.
In the dark, filthy salt mines of Endovier, an eighteen-year-old girl is serving a life sentence. She is a trained assassin, the best of her kind, but she made a fatal mistake. She got caught.
Young Captain Westfall offers her a deal: her freedom in return for one huge sacrifice. Celaena must represent the prince in a to-the-death tournament - fighting the most gifted thieves and assassins in the land. Live or die, Celaena will be free. Win or lose, she is about to discover her true destiny. But will her assassin's heart be melted?

5/5 Stars:

The plot was well thought out and felt different. I liked how Celaena was different from the other ass-kicking female hero's. I liked how Sarah J Mass went about putting together the assassin and her group of friends. Having real threats to her life and those around her. I would have liked more detail in the tests as I think it would make the book completely perfect. 

Sarah J Mass put together a world that was worthwhile getting to know and having the fear that magic was going to spring forth and create mayhem added to how much I ended up liking the book. I enjoyed how Celaena reads just as much as we do and helped me at least to relate to her. She is very cool and the dog part really did melt my heart. 

I can't recommend this book enough. 


Thank you for stopping by and I hope to see you again soon for another review of the books am reading.

Kristal McKerrington