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Marketing: Building a Customer Profile – Part Two – Behaviour

  In my previous article we began to put together a customer profile of your reader based on demographic, that is to say, location, age, and gender. But as an author you know such basic information is only the first part in character creation. To continue to build a profile of our customer we next… Continue reading Marketing: Building a Customer Profile – Part Two – Behaviour

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Remedy is New Apple’s 2017 Solo Medallist in Fantasy!

I am really pleased to announce that Remedy, book three in The Forgotten Legacies series, has been chosen as the Solo Medallist in Fantasy for the New Apple Book awards 2017! I found out on the 15th February and I've been grinning ever since. To my shame it has taken me this long to announce… Continue reading Remedy is New Apple’s 2017 Solo Medallist in Fantasy!

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Book review: Darkspire Reaches by C.N Lesley

Darkspire Reaches is a high fantasy written by by C.N Lesley Raven can feel the call of the wyvern, even sheltered deep within the woods where she and Margie, an alchemist and botanical healer, live. As a baby Margie rescued Raven from being a sacrifice to the beast, hiding her away. The wyvern seeks her… Continue reading Book review: Darkspire Reaches by C.N Lesley

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Book review: Tokyo Tales: A Collection of Japanese Short Stories by Renae Lucas-Hall

 Tokyo Tales: A Collection of Japanese Short Stories by Renae Lucas-Hall is a collection of 15 short stories centring around an array of unique and interesting characters. This compilation tells stories and events from everyday life to the life changing and magical. Each one possesses its own moral and message. With a wide range of… Continue reading Book review: Tokyo Tales: A Collection of Japanese Short Stories by Renae Lucas-Hall

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Book review: Grind by Edward Vukovic

Grind by Edward Vukovic  is a fiction novel touching on aspects of romance, mystery, and occult. However the main focus of Grind is the effect people unknowingly have on other people's lives. It follows Ziva, Michel, Simon, Isaac, and Danielle. Five strangers whose paths cross and alter the course of another's future. Ziva was raised… Continue reading Book review: Grind by Edward Vukovic

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Book review: Soul Retrievers by David Burton

Soul retrievers is an occult horror novel written by David Burton. Getter is a soul retriever with a reputation, he always gets his soul. So when young Brittany's parents enlist his services after discovering their daughter was mistakenly sent to hell they expected results. But no one expected these results. Soul retrievers are expected to… Continue reading Book review: Soul Retrievers by David Burton

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Great news, Darrienia is now on multiple platforms

As you all my know my book Darrienia hit the Amazon.com number one best seller in two categories for a little over two weeks. An amazing achievement for which I thank my wonderful readers. Given the recent interest it has been suggested to me, by a number of you, that I should release my book… Continue reading Great news, Darrienia is now on multiple platforms

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Book review: Underland by Chanda Hahn

Underland by Chanda Hahn is young adult paranormal novel, with urban fantasy elements. Kira hadn’t always been lost, once she’d had a family, a father who loved her and shared with her the experience of his Navy SEAL training. When she had awoken with night terrors he had chased them away, but when he died… Continue reading Book review: Underland by Chanda Hahn

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Author interview: Marsha A. Moore

It is with great pleasure I welcome the very talented author of the Coon Hollow Coven Tales and The Enchanted Bookstore Legends Series, Marsha A. Moore. For those of you who follow my blog closely you may remember that Marsha A. Moore was one of my top five favourite authors from 2015. She already has… Continue reading Author interview: Marsha A. Moore

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Book review: The Memory of Lost Dreams by David Curtis

The Memory of Lost Dreams by David Curtis is well placed in the Dystopian genre. Wanted for treason Malik has no choice but to flee his homeland, where his only crime had been to challenge poor leadership the people so blindly followed. A cave seems to offer salvation, the darkness all-consuming until a glimmer of… Continue reading Book review: The Memory of Lost Dreams by David Curtis