#GuestPost from #author Leela Dutt ~ First Person or Third? @rararesources

It's my pleasure to welcome Leela Dutt with a guest post, part of the blog tour for 'A Distant Voice in the Darkness' organised by Rachel's Random Resources. FIRST PERSON OR THIRD - WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES POINT-OF-VIEW MAKE? I am LEELA DUTT, and I write novels and short stories. This autumn 186 Publishing Limited brought … Continue reading #GuestPost from #author Leela Dutt ~ First Person or Third? @rararesources

#GuestPost by Vivien Freeman #author of The Testing of Rose Alleyn #HistoricalFiction @rararesources

It's my pleasure to welcome Vivien Freeman with a guest post for the blog tour organised by Rachel's Random Resources. Poetic Description by Vivien Freeman From childhood on, I have always been a reader of poetry as well as of fiction. Looking back at novels which I have found particularly good at conveying lives and … Continue reading #GuestPost by Vivien Freeman #author of The Testing of Rose Alleyn #HistoricalFiction @rararesources

#Extract ~ the Rose and the Thistle by Laura Frantz @LFrantzauthor @RevellBooks #HistoricalFiction #Romance #AustenProsePR #BookTwitter

It's my pleasure to share an extract from the Rose and the Thistle, courtesy of Laurel Nattress. “How fetching you look in your pale green gown, La Belle Hedley. Akin to a stalk of celery,” Catherine teased, knowing Blythe didn’t give a fig for fashion and lamented her height, exceeding most of the court’s gallants. … Continue reading #Extract ~ the Rose and the Thistle by Laura Frantz @LFrantzauthor @RevellBooks #HistoricalFiction #Romance #AustenProsePR #BookTwitter

#Extract from Death On A Winter Stroll by Francine Mathews @SBarronAuthor @Soho_Press @AustenProse #ChristmasMystery #BookTwitter #AustenProsePR

It's my pleasure to join the blog tour for Death On A Winter Stroll with an extract, courtesy of Laurel Nattress. Extract from Death on a Winter Stroll: A Merry Folger Christmas Mystery One of the perks of being police chief was the ringside seat Merry Folger commanded for certain critical moments. For instance, this … Continue reading #Extract from Death On A Winter Stroll by Francine Mathews @SBarronAuthor @Soho_Press @AustenProse #ChristmasMystery #BookTwitter #AustenProsePR

The Golden Oldies Book Club by Judy Leigh #ContemporaryFiction @JudyLeighWriter @rararesources

It's my pleasure to share my review for The Golden Oldies' Book Club for the blog tour organised by Rachel's Random Resources. My Thoughts Jeannie Sharrock has run the family cider making business in the small village of Combe Pomeroy with the help of Barney, her farm manager, since her cheating husband left her and … Continue reading The Golden Oldies Book Club by Judy Leigh #ContemporaryFiction @JudyLeighWriter @rararesources

#GuestPost from @KerenaSwan ~ What’s Your Poison? #TuesdayBookBlog @rararesources

Today it's my pleasure to welcome Kerena Swan with a guest post for my slot on the blog tour organised by Rachel's Random Resources. Kerena asks...What's Your Poison? I was walking my dog in the woods today when I met a fellow dog walker who proudly showed me her collection of mushrooms. She’d stored them … Continue reading #GuestPost from @KerenaSwan ~ What’s Your Poison? #TuesdayBookBlog @rararesources

#GuestPost from Lotte R. James @lottejamesbooks #HistoricalFiction #Romance @rararesources

I'm delighted to welcome Lotte James with a guest post for my slot on the blog tour organised by Rachel's Random Resources. Over to you, Lotte... When to ask your readers to suspend their disbelief Balancing history with imagination, is one of the keys to a great historical romance, and it is admittedly one of … Continue reading #GuestPost from Lotte R. James @lottejamesbooks #HistoricalFiction #Romance @rararesources

The Wrong Ghost by Victoria Connelly #GhostStory @VictoriaDarcy @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog

It's a pleasure to share my review for The Wrong Ghost, with the other bloggers wrapping up the blog tour organised by Rachel's Random Resources My Thoughts It’s almost a year since Beatrice (Bea) Beaumont lost her beloved husband, George, in a tragic accident in the lead up to Christmas, so it stands to reason … Continue reading The Wrong Ghost by Victoria Connelly #GhostStory @VictoriaDarcy @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog

#GuestPost from Suzie Hull #Author of Far Across the Ocean @SuzieHull1 @rararesources #HistoricalFiction

It's my pleasure today to welcome Suzie Hull with a guest post, part of the blog tour organised by Rachel's Random Resources. Over to you, Suzie... Hello Cathy and thank you so much for this opportunity to be on your blog and share with you and your readers a little something about my new book … Continue reading #GuestPost from Suzie Hull #Author of Far Across the Ocean @SuzieHull1 @rararesources #HistoricalFiction

#GuestPost from #author Kathryn Barrett on creating a fictitious universe @KathrynSBarrett @rararesources

It's my pleasure to share a guest post from Kathryn Barrett for the blog tour organised by Rachel's Random Resources. Kathryn is writing about creating a plausible fictitious universe. When I set out to create an entirely fictitious presidency, I didn’t think about how difficult that would be. I knew a lot about the presidency—I’d … Continue reading #GuestPost from #author Kathryn Barrett on creating a fictitious universe @KathrynSBarrett @rararesources

#Extract from A Stolen Knight’s Kiss by Melissa Oliver #Historical #Romance @rararesources

I'm pleased to be able to share an extract from A Stolen Knight's Kiss for my slot on the blog tour, courtesy of Rachel's Random Resources. In this scene, Nicholas d’Amberly reprimands a thief who stole an important coded missive that would help protect the Crown of England, but finds that the thief is a … Continue reading #Extract from A Stolen Knight’s Kiss by Melissa Oliver #Historical #Romance @rararesources