Sunday, 27 August 2017


Hey, guys! I have a BIG favor to ask you all.

Click this Book Of The Month Link and support a good friend and fellow author M L SPARROW.

Help her get her book listed as Book Of The Week. It is her fantastic novel, A Tangled Web. 

I have posted the Amazon link below in case you decide you want to delve a little deeper.

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The sisters have some fantastic guests on too! One of which I was lucky enough to meet at #AllIrelandParacon a few years back, #TheParanormalDetective himself Mr Greg Lawson. He was as sweet on the podcast as he was when I met him. 

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Review of How to Market a Book by Joanna Penn

How to Market a BookHow to Market a Book by Joanna Penn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a great resource for all self-published authors. I have so many pages marked and highlighted for future reference and the information within will come in very hand for my next publication.

Joanna Penn covered many things in this book that I either had not thought of or had not given enough thought to. A lot made sense and although some of the suggestions were common sense it went to prove that common sense is not that common as I have seen many of my fellow authors struggle with them, including myself.

I would highly recommend this book.

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Monday, 21 August 2017

Forgotten Wings: A review of "Forest of Ancestors" by K A Denver

Forgotten Wings: A review of "Forest of Ancestors" by K A Denver: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ In this first book of her Guardians series, K A Denver introduces us to a world of magic, where fire bolts can be thrown and wi...

Saturday, 19 August 2017

Review -- Mark Woods, Fear of the Dark -- FIVE STAR!

Fear of the DarkFear of the Dark by Mark Woods
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved how this collection of stories were compiled and each of them told.
The fact that some were from various anthologies was irrelevant as I had not come across them before, if honest, I don't think I would mind even if I had given the way they were stitched expertly together using the old man and your boy story to tell them.
Each story told pulls you deeper and they get creepier and creepier until you hit the last, and boy is that a doozie.
I have to say I enjoyed this book. If you want a book that is a quick read, with strong character, and plot then this book is for you.
I am happy to say, Mark know how to tell a story!

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Forest of Ancestors (The Guardians #1)