Hello and welcome to Chicks, Rogues and Scandals,
I’m Frankie, a continuous tea drinking, Yorkshire Lass who has a passion of history. Book reviewer, budding writer and as I like to say, I am “owned” by an ageing dog. For me there is nothing better in the world than reading a good book, with my dog at my feet while drinking a good cup of tea. You can’t get any better then that, right?
Chicks, Rogues and Scandals is predominately a book review blog, even though I do tend to share other posts such as Author Interviews, Guest posts and…well whatever catches my attention and what I fancy talking about. I review under the name ‘Frankie Reviews (If you see the name Reading Chick around that was my old review name, it’s still me) and I do share on both Twitter and Facebook, why not give me a follow.
Twitter : Frankie Reviews; Chicks, Rogues and Scandals @chicksandrogues
Facebook : Chicks, Rogues and Scandals @ChicksandRogues
When I first started blogging for me was to share my love of books, and perhaps try to encourage more people to read. If I can get at least one none reader to just read one book, then I’m happy. As you’ve probably noticed by the blog title, I do have a soft spot for Historical Romance and Chick Lit, but I’m not averse to other genres. I will be as honest as I can without being rude, I never slate a book or an author, that is just plain rude and that is one thing I try not to be. But, if I don’t like something, then I will say why as politely as possible.
I am also dabbling with writing, I don’t like to say ‘budding writer’ as I am just writing or myself and not with the intention to publish. I am currently writing up my family history as a fictional family saga. I have only recently opened up about my writing and have been quite astounded at the huge amount of support I have received from the reviewing, reading and writing community, as such that has given me the confidence to talk more about it. I will probably share little pieces of my writing and what I’m researching.
So there you go, thank you for stopping by.