In Andrew Smith's Jon Ridley The Beginning, seventeen years old, Jon Ridley, was always amazed when it seemed people knew his name. He wanted nothing more than to get home, but the longer he travelled the hazier his memories became. He had hoped to vanquish the great demon Gargoran but had barely escaped with his… Continue reading Book review: Andrew Smith – Jon Ridley The Beginning
Book review: Isobel by Aden James
Steve, AKA Laz, had been a firefighter for countless years. It was a job he loved, a profession he was proud of. Over his years he had seen many horrors, but he tried his best not to bring them home. But sometimes there isn't a choice, sometimes things stay forefront in your mind, and others… Continue reading Book review: Isobel by Aden James
Remedy, insight and information.
September 1st is quickly approaching and that can only mean one thing, the next book in The Forgotten Legacies series will soon be out. Instead of bombarding you with several posts containing cover work and promotional images, I thought I would condense it all into one. Although I do have some more amazing pictures on… Continue reading Remedy, insight and information.
The Severaine, available for pre-order
Hi all, it is with great pleasure I announce that the second book in The Forgotten Legacies Series, The Severaine, is now available for pre-order 10% of the royalties from this title with be going to: The St John and Red Cross Defence Medical Welfare Service (DMWS) who provide practical and emotional support to military… Continue reading The Severaine, available for pre-order
Book Review: Dusk and Summer by Joseph Pinto
Dusk and Summer by Joseph Pinto is a beautiful heart warming story. Written in the first person narrative and combining tragedy with seeds of urban fantasy. It follows the heartbreaking tale of a son sent on a final request from his father, as he lies dying. "Find me from Tolten." This last adventure is one… Continue reading Book Review: Dusk and Summer by Joseph Pinto
Author Interview: Ian D Moore
This week, it is my great honour to present author Ian D Moore, not only author of Salby Damned but the mastermind behind the Indies for Charity group who are a collection of world wide authors, banding together to create an anthology for charity. Their first title, You're not Alone, was released last year, with… Continue reading Author Interview: Ian D Moore
Darrienia and Herbal Lore are now available.
Darrienia and Herbal Lore are now available. If you enjoy fantasy, or would like to know more about the uses of herbs in magical or medicinal practices, don't forget to pick up your copy today. By buying one of my books you will also be helping to support either the neonatal department of the UHNM… Continue reading Darrienia and Herbal Lore are now available.
And the winner of the Darrienia charity raffle is…
Thank you to everyone who helped me raise money for the UHNM charity for use by the neonatal unit. The lucky winner of the £20 Amazon voucher, my two books and all the other wonderful Darrienia goodies is... Robert Glass I was so touched by everyone's support that I decided to offer a runner up prize… Continue reading And the winner of the Darrienia charity raffle is…
Darrienia, Teaser Three
Good morning everyone. Welcome to the third instalment of the Darrienia teasers. It is now only 12 days to release and 11 days to the charity draw, if you haven't entered and intend to, make sure you do so before midnight (GMT) on 30th August. I want to take this chance to thank everyone for… Continue reading Darrienia, Teaser Three
Darrienia and Herbal Lore, why I chose the charities I did
Hi all, I hope you are well on this wonderful overcast morning. As you know my debut books Darrienia and Herbal Lore are both due to be released on September 1st. Darrienia, as well as the fund raising raffle (see here for details), is donating 10% of author royalties to the UHNM (University Hospital of… Continue reading Darrienia and Herbal Lore, why I chose the charities I did