Monthly Archives: September, 2018

Broken Ponies by guest author Sophie Jonas-Hill

Today, I am happy to have Sophie Jonas-Hill join me on my blog to share her new novel, Broken Ponies. This book is the sequel to her best seller Nemesister and is a definite must read for me. The Blurb Following the gripping – and deadly – events of their night under siege in Nemesister, …

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Act of Vengeance by Michael Jecks

I first met Michael Jecks a few years ago when he was lecturing at Swanwick Writers’ Summer School and I am so glad I did! I have always enjoyed the Templar books, which start with The Last Templar, written by Michael Jecks. Act of Vengeance is a great modern spy thriller written by one of …

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Lemon Blossom by Nina Romano

Lemon Blossom is the second book in The Wayfarer Trilogy written by my friend and fellow author, Nina Romano. The first book is The Secret Language of Women, also reviewed on this site. I absolutely loved the the first book in this series and had been looking forward to reading Lemon Blossom too. It is …

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Faith by guest author Chris Parker

I am delighted to welcome the fine author Chris Parker to my blog today. He is sharing an excerpt of the third book in his Marcus Kline trilogy, Faith. Geoff Thompson, the BAFTA Award Winner says. ‘I began reading Chris Parker twenty years ago. He was amazing then. He is amazing now.’  The Blurb After the …

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Bone Lines – Book Launch – by guest author Stephanie Bretherton

I am honoured to be involved in the launch of Bone Lines, the new novel, out today, by my friend and fellow author, Stephanie Bretherton. This acclaimed novel is certainly well worth reading. “Gracefully written… a brave and moving adventure of the imagination.” Lindsay Clarke, author of The Chymical Wedding  “A monument to the timelessness …

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Bone Lines by guest author Stephanie Bretherton

It is a great pleasure to have my friend and fellow author Stephanie Bratherton visit my blog today to share the launch of her novel, Bone Lines, it is published by Unbound Books on 20.09. 2018 and sounds really exciting. A young woman walks alone through a barren landscape in a time before history, a …

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My Writing Journey by guest author Andrew Marsh

Today, I am very pleased to welcome my friend and fellow crime writer Andrew Marsh to my blog to discuss his writing journey. Over to you, Andrew! My writing journey begins in the 1990’s when, as a geologist, I was part of and heard of many funny things that happened on sites and in design …

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Redneck’s Revenge by guest author Joan Livingston

I am delighted to be joined on the blog today by my friend and fellow crime writer Joan Livingston. Her first novel, Chasing the Case, featuring the protagonist Isabel Long is reviewed on this site at https://bookreviewstoday.info/2018/05/30/chasing-the-case-by-joan-livingston/. I enjoyed that book very much and am looking forward to reading Redneck’s Revenge. In the meantime, Joan kindly …

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My Writing and Me by guest author Clare E. Rhoden

Today, my friend and fellow author, Clare E. Rhoden stops by the blog to discuss the importance of her writing in her life. Thank you for visiting. Over to you, Clare. Writing has been with me for a long time. Naturally, it was preceded by reading. The first book I remember was the Ladybird classic …

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Orchestrating Murder by guest author Heather Osborne

Today, I am really fortunate to have my friend and fellow author, Heather Osborne to visit my blog and tell me about her new novel, Orchestrating Murder. We find out what happens when the protege becomes the maestro. The Blurb By day, he wears a mask, concealing his true nature from the world. By night, …

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