Review: Time's Tempest by M. J. Moores

Embarking as a guide into the death zones that are the Deserts, Taya leads a group of civilians who blindly follow a prophet obsessed with preventing the planet Xannia from environmental self-destruction. Here, Fate and Destiny wage war propelling an epic search for truth amidst 2000 year old lies, in opposition to a government bent … Continue reading Review: Time's Tempest by M. J. Moores

Turning up the heat – WIPpet Wedensday/ROW80

Welcome to another instalment of WIPpet Wednesday, organised by the wonderful K. L. Schwengel. A chance to share our progress and support one another. This week I'm moving on to my new WIP and, as it's Halloween week, I thought I'd give you something fitting. The math is easy - 10 paragraphs for the month...maybe … Continue reading Turning up the heat – WIPpet Wedensday/ROW80

Interview with M.J. Moores, author of Time's Tempest

When did you first consider yourself a writer? Back in high school, in grade 10, my English teacher Mr. McNeil (the “loud” one – there were two Mr. McNeils... the other one taught senior English and was considered the “quiet” one) saw a quality in my writing I always hoped was there but was never … Continue reading Interview with M.J. Moores, author of Time's Tempest

Review – The New Mrs. Collins by Quanie Miller

In the small town of Carolville, Louisiana, no one knows that Adira Collins inherited mystic powers from her great grandmother. All they know is that she’s beautiful, poised, graceful, and ruthless—especially when it comes to love. And no one knows that more than Leena Williams, who was all set to marry the man of her … Continue reading Review – The New Mrs. Collins by Quanie Miller

Chained to my desk…ROW80 update

Happy Sunday everyone 🙂 I've spent the last couple of days beta reading. Plus, I've almost finished the books I agreed to review in time for the upcoming tours on Writing Room 101 - so the spotlight section is on target! Before you get all excited about my progress though, I must point out I still haven't … Continue reading Chained to my desk…ROW80 update

Shadow People – Cover Reveals

Check out Jo’s new covers for books 2, 3 and 4 in the Shadow People series – designed by the talented ape himself – Chris Graham 🙂

Jo Robinson

I must say a VERY big thank you to my wonderful sci-fi cover designer. Even though he has read the first book in the series, Chris has only had a few bits revealed to him as to the content of the upcoming books – scribblers are notoriously reticent when it comes to spoilers. And yet he has come up with the perfect covers for the next three books in the series. So – hail to Chris Graham and all those artists who can see into our dreams and interpret them in the real world. Kudos! I can’t wait to see what he does with the final eleven.

I don’t think that a series is something that you write one book at a time, and just guess at what comes next. I have the entire plot for Shadow People planned right till the end, and most of the books already have…

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Review: False Awakening by Callum McLaughlin

When teenager Abi Watson wakes in a hospital bed with no memory of the incident that put her there, she must begin the long and difficult process of piecing her life back together, but unfortunately, her search for answers will merely give rise to further questions. Frayed relationships and haunting revelations soon come into play, … Continue reading Review: False Awakening by Callum McLaughlin

Shadow Stalker: Episode 3 – A Series by Renee Scattergood

Shadow Stalker: Shadows' Betrayal (Episode 3) Synopsis: The Council of Elders on the Dark Isle, the home of the shadow stalkers, have refused to allow their people to help the Coalition in the war against the Galvadi Empire. Now the Coalition is in danger of falling to their enemy. If this happens, the shadow stalkers … Continue reading Shadow Stalker: Episode 3 – A Series by Renee Scattergood

The Magic Spark by Mishka Jenkins

Successful businesswoman Alex is content with her life in London, and any ideas of romance have been left on the back burner. But when her fairy godmother, FG, waltzes into her office one morning announcing she has come to help Alex rekindle a passion for life and love, she is about to check herself into … Continue reading The Magic Spark by Mishka Jenkins