I’ve had the honour of reading fifty-three books in 2021. Truly a record for me. Now I have to decide the most enjoyable one of the year, and what comes a close second and third There are some stand-out stories, and some I’ve not liked as much. There are long books and short ones, exciting,… Continue reading Best Book of the Year
I’ve never been a horror lover, and have known about this book for a while. When it came on offer, I couldn’t resist downloading it. At a hundred pages long, it was worth taking a chance. Even if it was too horrific, silly, or gory, I could at least say I had read it. Surprisingly,… Continue reading Dare you go down to the Basement?
Introducing Jane Risdon WebsiteGoodreadsAmazon Where did the idea for the story come from? I’ve been writing short stories for many years, and I’ve written approximately 100 to date. Many have appeared in various anthologies. It occurred to me that I should create my own collection of short stories under one cover. Give a quote from… Continue reading About a Book – Undercover, Crime Shorts by Jane Risdon
Karen's Magic Review I downloaded this book without reading the description. I know. I should have read it first and can't remember why I did now. So each page I turned was a surprise. What I didn't expect was that the genre was a bit of everything, scifi/fantasy, horror, romance, urban, detective and a crime… Continue reading Never, Never by Liz Butcher
By Lauri Schoenfeld Published by Twisted Whisperings This title is available through all retail booksellers Releasing August 31, 2021 Adaline and Cache Rushner are falling apart. Their daughters are missing, presumed dead. Their marriage is crumbling. Their attempt at starting over in a new city is failing. Adaline is sure their daughters are alive somehow,… Continue reading LITTLE OWL
Karen's Magic Review I read and reviewed two previous books by this author, and she has followed on with another really great book cover. I liken book covers to perusing paintings in an art gallery. Except they have the added excitement of looking inside to experience the story your imagination has just conjured up. That… Continue reading Circle of Betrayal, the review
Released on the 21st June 2021, 200 pages, psychological thriller, Kindle Unlimited Haviing read and reviewed Befriended and Tell Me Why by this author, I am looking forward to reading this one. Description Lena Farnham has it all: a job she loves, a wonderful husband, a huge house, and a baby about to arrive. She’s… Continue reading Circle of Betrayal by Ruth O’Neill
Mental Health has become a big thing over the last twelve months as people have had their lives altered in so many ways since the start of the pandemic.But, of course, Mental Health has always been an issue. To learn more about it and to get involved, visit the website for more information.Meanwhile , you… Continue reading Free Book – 17th – 21st May
Norns Triad Publications consists of four authors of which I am one. We send a bi-monthly newsletter and I want to tell you why you should subscribe.Most author newsletters consist of one author, news of their books and a handful of recommended reads. Here at Norns, we offer so much more! Four authors, different genresA… Continue reading What Grabs You?
Introducing Karina Kantas Website Where did the idea for the story come from? A lot of In Times of Violence is biographical, experiences I went through when I was a teen and some of it is fiction. I’m a huge fan of S.E.Hinton’s novellas. The Outsiders hit me the strongest.They were outsiders. Never felt like… Continue reading About a Book – In Times of Violence by Karina Kantas