Wow! Fairy whispers indeed. Thank you so much for this wonderful review. You might be interested to know that I actually did rune castings, using scrabble letters, when I got stuck in the plot. The results were spooky! Alana is the person I might have been had I had the courage. I loved writing this … More Colleen’s 2019 #Book #Reviews – “The Silence of the Stones,” by Author, Rebecca Bryn, @RebeccaBryn1
Wow, just WoW! This is the first book I’ve read by this author, but I can’t wait for the sequel to come along. The subject is handled with an authority that makes the scenario totally believable and assures your trust in the author. I love sci-fi, but this amazing tale goes beyond normal science … More Spectral State by Senan Gil Senan
Spectral State – Click the cover to preorder. Hano is a gameaholic. He works when he must, to live, and plays… and plays. Tempted by money, he takes part in an online “game” that involves mind jumps. He proves incredibly good at it, so Aj’dina is sent to recruit him. A natural loner, attractive Aj’dina…
This cheered me up no end as I rarely get a sale or review of this book. What also amazed me was my also-boughts for this novel – my other six books! I must be doing something right – but the review… ‘Hoping to dare for the GIFT OF PROPHECY! 2 February 2019 This is … More The Lord of the Rings meets Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever?
Click a pic to pre-order. Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers’ Favorite Two Face the World: Marry in Haste… by Sarah Stuart is a suspenseful romance with strong psychological hints, a second entry in a gripping romance series. I first read Three Against the World and was literally hypnotized by the author’s exploration of the…
‘Ticking more than a box with The Dandelion Clock. I loved this read from start to finish, at first The Dandelion Clock appeared to be your usual war with romance this was different to say the least. The writers style and interspersing of lives at the home front with those going away to war … More A new review – just in time for the Memorial Centenary.
My review of another lovely and heart-pounding read by one of my favourite authors. She writes with an insightful mind and a gentle hand to probe our deepest fears and our greatest joys, carrying you along on a roller-coaster ride of emotion. That wasn’t the review, by the way, I just got a bit carried … More Another wonderful read by Lesley Hayes
‘It’s only a century since the first world war came to an end. It’s easy to forget that the conduct of warfare was then still heavily dependent upon horses. Cavalry regiments still formed the backbone of the British army. Bryn’s grandfather served in such a regiment and it is that fact that inspired her to … More Reviews for The Dandelion Clock!
I once said I’d enjoy a shopping list written by Lesley Hayes, and this is still true. She has a calm and unhurried style that soothes and relaxes but takes you to places inside yourself you didn’t really want to go. When you get there, however, you realise the truth and honesty of her writing, … More The Girl he Left Behind – another wonderful read from Lesley Hayes
It is pure coincidence that my recent historical fiction release is a tale whose tapestry is woven through both these subjects. My grandfather, Bill, served in The Great War, his service taking him to Egypt and Palestine with his beloved warhorse attached to the Queen’s Own Worcestershire Yeomanry, a ‘PALS’ regiment not considered real soldiers … More Two Centenaries – Women’s Suffrage and the end of The Great War 1918 – 2018