Monthly Archives: December, 2017

Another Woman’s Man by Carrie-Ann Schless

I don’t read a lot of romantic fiction, but Another Woman’s Man by Carrie-Ann Schless, published by Crooked Cat Books was recommended to me so I picked it up to read over the holidays. It is an excellent read with a depth and breadth of emotions and characters being explored in a most challenging way. …

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Bethel Manor by Beatrice Fishback

I am particularly fond of novels with stories of mysteries and atmosphere. Bethel Manor, by Beatrice Fishback is a novel published by Crooked Cat Books. It is the story of an inspirational romance. The action takes place during the Victorian era the engaging characters, wealthy Fredrick Shaw and his feisty daughter, Clare are the owners …

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The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom

The Time Keeper was written by Mitchell David Albom (Mitch Albom). He is an author, journalist, screenwriter, playwright, radio and television broadcaster and musician. Collectively, his books have sold over 35 million copies worldwide; have been published in forty-one territories and in forty-two languages around the world; and have been made into Emmy Award-winning and …

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Heart of Stone by John Jackson

When I bought the novel, Heart of Stone recently, I did so largely because it was written by my friend, John Jackson. I do not read much in the historical romance genre now, although I read little else for many years. However, I am delighted that I did buy the book as it is an …

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A Mind Polluted by Martin Geraghty

I am pleased to have my friend and fellow author, Martin Geraghty with me today. To discuss his novel, A Mind Polluted that will be published by Crooked Cat Books in May, 2018, shortly after my own crime novel, Hunter’s Chase that Crooked Cat Books will publish on 02.02.2018. Hunter’s Chase is available to pre-order …

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Die of Shame by Mark Billingham

There is no denying this author’s talent or success. Mark Billingham is one of the UK’s most acclaimed and popular crime writers. A former actor, television writer and stand-up comedian, his series of novels featuring DI Tom Thorne has twice won him the Crime Novel Of The Year Award as well as the Sherlock Award for …

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Winchester Writers’ Festival, University of Winchester, West Downs Student Village, Winchester, England

The Winchester Writers’ Festival is held in the middle of June and attracts over three hundred emerging novelists, poets, short story writers, children’s writers, script and memoir writers  from across the UK and the world to the University of Winchester. Delegates attend workshops, talks and one-to-ones with over seventy literary agents, commissioning editors, authors and expert practitioners throughout …

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