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On the 20th day of advent K.J. recommends to me….

Every day on the run up to Christmas I am going to recommend a book that I truly enjoyed reading.

On the 20th day of Christmas K.J’s advent recommends;

David

Demon Bound by David Parkland (Twitter @ParklandDavid )

Like the character’s the author of this book has a knack for spinning a tale in this enjoyable and unique read

Buy it here.

Support my choice of today’s book by using my pre-scripted tweet:

On the 20th day of advent K.J recommends to me
Demon Bound by @ParklandDavid

#KJsAdvent #MustRead #bookboost

Please note: this is something I am doing in recognition of the books I have enjoyed. The authors do not know they have been selected, and have in no way asked to participate. I receive no form of profit from these recommendations.

 

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Camels and Cake: Tea for Three

Camels and Cake is a collection of flash fiction from authors across the globe, uniting together to raise money for a global aid charity. 100% of al51eL-qhNCDL__SX327_BO1,204,203,200_l money from this project is donated directly to the charity.

You will recognise some of the author’s names from books I have reviewed in the past, and I must say, it has been a great honour to work with every one of these people.

The authors involved in Camels and Cake are as follows:

Nicole Wilson 
Jason Byrne
Jennifer Stone 
Bernard Stacey 
K.G. Christopher    
Chase Gamwell
K.J. Simmill 
David Parkland
Karen Gray

Again it has been an honour, thank you for including me in this wonderful project.

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Book review: Demon Bound: Volume 1 (Marris and Wade) by David Parkland

Good morning all

I have once again finished yet another fantastic book. This time it was David Parkland’s Demon Bound. From the very first page of this book I knew it was going to be a wonderfully charming read, and I was not disappointed in the slightest.

The story follows the adventures of Marris and Wade as they travel the land in search of their fortune. Wade is a natural salesman with a flare for showmanship, but when inexplicable things start to happen, we are led to wonder if perhaps there is more to events than a silver tongue. And then of course there is the matter of mister ….erm…”Long.” yes, sorry, him. Although since no one else can remember his name, I am sure I can be forgiven. Whist Marris and Wade are on their adventure, so too is he, but his adventure is far from light-hearted, his job is far darker, more dangerous, than any would realise.

I found this book to be well written, and able to provide fun glimpses into the characters’ past, allowing us to understand fully the events which led them to be where they are today. From war, to the ferrying of goods, we learn everything we need to about the characters and have a lot of fun along the way. The author, much like Wade himself, has a fantastic knack for spinning a tale, and one that makes this book difficult to put down.  I really enjoyed the twists, and surprises woven into the plot, and I am sincerely looking forward to the next one. It’s definitely one for the wish list.

Interested? here are the links to Amazon, if you enjoy a light-hearted, well crafted story you won’t be disappointed.

UK £2.55 Demon Bound (Marris and Wade Book 1)

US $3.91 Demon Bound (Marris and Wade Book 1)