It’s a pleasure to welcome Derek Flynn today with a guest post as part of the blog tour for his recently released novel, The Dark.
Derek’s post is about method writing…
We’ve all heard of “method acting”. This is where an actor completely immerses themselves in a character to the point where they “become” the character. But what about “method writing”?
I’m delighted to welcome Helen Buckley with a guest post as part of the Book Blitz, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources, for her novel, Star in the Shadows.
Over to Helen…
Book babies – conceptions and creativity
Authors often fondly refer to their books as their “book babies”. The period of gestation may be long, even years, as each writer patiently forms their beloved creation.
I’m delighted to welcome Denise D Young, with a guest post for my stop on the blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
Before I hand you over to Denise, here’s what Tangled Roots is all about…
I’m pleased to welcome Grant Price with a guest post. Grant’s second novel, By The Feet Of Men, a dystopian story set in Germany, has just been published. Here’s the synopsis from Goodreads…
WANTED: Men and women willing to drive through the valley of the shadow of death. The world’s population has been decimated by the Change, a chain reaction of events triggered by global warming. In Europe, governments have fallen, cities have crumbled and the wheels of production have ground to a halt. The Alps region, containing most of the continent’s remaining fresh water, has become a closed state with heavily fortified borders. Survivors cling on by trading through the Runners, truck drivers who deliver cargo and take a percentage. Amid the ruins of central Germany, two Runners, Cassady and Ghazi, are called on to deliver medical supplies to a research base deep in the Italian desert, where scientists claim to be building a machine that could reverse the effects of the Change. Joining the pair are a ragtag collection of drivers, all of whom have something to prove. Standing in their way are starving nomads, crumbling cities, hostile weather and a rogue state hell-bent on the convoy’s destruction. And there’s another problem: Cassady is close to losing his nerve.
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I’m very happy to welcome Merry Jones with a guest post, but first here’s what her new release ‘What You Don’t Know’ is all about…
The wife of a lawyer and mother of two girls, she slides under everyone’s radar, never revealing what she really is—a murderer.
At least, she feels like one.
Nora’s plagued by the secrets surrounding her older brother’s suicide decades earlier. Yet she lives as though he never existed.
Now, in her thirties, Nora suspects her husband, Dave, is having an affair with her friend, the wife of a leading US Senate candidate. When her friend’s body is discovered—another apparent suicide—Nora is left with haunting secrets and choices that dredge up her grim nature, the side of herself that no one ever sees. Will she act on her impulses? Mustn’t she?
How far will Nora go to protect the life she has built for herself?