Introducing Born In A Treacherous Time by Jacqui Murray

I am delighted to help Jacqui celebrate the release of her latest novel Born in a Treacherous Time. I would highly recommend visiting Jacqui’s post, where she has provided a schedule for the blog hop (here). You will find a lovely interview here, and a review of the book here. I have my copy, andContinue reading “Introducing Born In A Treacherous Time by Jacqui Murray”

To Hunt a Sub by Jacqui Murray

I was so excited about this post I dragged myself out of hibernation. To say it’s a pleasure to be part of Jacqui’s blog hop is an understatement. I’ve been waiting for the release of To Hunt a Sub for a while, so I’m going to leave you to soak up the details and head over toContinue reading “To Hunt a Sub by Jacqui Murray”

Review: Cadence of Consequences: The Chronicles of Xannia Series (Book 2) by M.J. Moores

I had the pleasure of reading Cadence of Consequences early, given that I was lucky enough to beta read the second novel in The Chronicles of Xannia series. To be completely honest, after reading the first, I jumped at the chance. You can read my review of Time’s Tempest here. So, before I share my review ofContinue reading “Review: Cadence of Consequences: The Chronicles of Xannia Series (Book 2) by M.J. Moores”

Sunday Spotllight: WR101 – Geoff Le Pard

This week at Writing Room 101, Geoff Le Pard popped in for a visit and shared a great article with us. Geoff just finished his book tour – My Father and Other Liars, and you can learn more about the tour and his new book, here. The treatment of the adult orphan. When I startedContinue reading “Sunday Spotllight: WR101 – Geoff Le Pard”

Sunday Spotlight: WR101 – Rose B. Fischer

This week at Writing Room 101 I shared a character interview with Aldra Malimore from Doubling Back – A story of Synn by Rose Fisher. Aldra Malimore’s hope for a career as a sorcery scholar is over. Now, she’s working as waitress in the capital city of Arcanion and trying to resist the strange pull sheContinue reading “Sunday Spotlight: WR101 – Rose B. Fischer”

Character Interview: Aldra Malimore from Doubling Back by Rose Fishcher

I recently had the pleasure of reading Doubling Back – A Story of Synn (The Foxes of Synn, Book 3) by Rose Fischer. Needless to say I loved the story, and fell for the charming and talented fox, Aldra Malimore. So imagine my excitement when I got to interview Aldra! Now I get to shareContinue reading “Character Interview: Aldra Malimore from Doubling Back by Rose Fishcher”

Sunday Spotlight: WR101 – Charles E. Yallowitz

This week at Writing Room 101 I shared details of Charles E. Yallowitz’s latest release – The Merchant of Nevra Coil (Legends of Windemere Book 8). When the mischievous and random Goddess of Chaos gets angry, all of Windemere becomes her plaything. It all starts with a collection of toys that have taken the populaceContinue reading “Sunday Spotlight: WR101 – Charles E. Yallowitz”

Sunday Spotlight: WR101 – Patricia Josephine

I’m a little late with my Sunday Spotlight, at least in UK time. But it’s still Sunday in other parts of the world so that counts, right? Right. This week at Writing Room 101 I shared Patricia Josephine’s latest release – Gabriel, which is book four in the Path of Angels series. I also shared aContinue reading “Sunday Spotlight: WR101 – Patricia Josephine”

Sunday Spotlight: WR101 – Celine Jeanjean

I’ve been spotlighting indie authors on Writing Room 101 for a while now, and whether that is reviews, interviews, cover reveals or guest posts, it’s always a lot of fun. So, to draw attention to the wonderful authors who visit WR101, I decided to create a Sunday Spotlight here on my own blog. This week CelineContinue reading “Sunday Spotlight: WR101 – Celine Jeanjean”

Review: The Viper and The Urchin by Celine Jeanjean

Being Damsport’s most elegant assassin is hard work. There’s tailoring to consider, devilish poisons to concoct, secret identities to maintain… But most importantly, Longinus has to keep his fear of blood hidden or his reputation will be ruined. So, when a scrawny urchin girl threatens to expose his phobia unless he teaches her swordsmanship, heContinue reading “Review: The Viper and The Urchin by Celine Jeanjean”