Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Solstice Sizzle organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
I have a guest post from the author, Liliana Rose, about how she inspires herself but before we get to that, here’s what the book is about…
Morrighan by Mary Pearson is my Throwback Thursday choice this week. An audiobook narrated by Julia Whelan and MacLeod Andrews, two of my favourites, and released in 2016.
Although this is a prequel it can be read as a standalone novella. I haven’t yet read any of the Remnant Chronicles so I’m not sure of the connection to the series. From what I can gather the characters in this don’t feature in the main storyline and are, perhaps, ancestors.
Today I’m pleased to welcome Kara Jaynes with a guest post for my stop on the blog tour for her latest book, Stars Descend (A Game of Stars and Shadows #1)
First though, here’s the book info…
Author: Caroline Kepnes
Performed by MacLeod Andrews, Emily Rankin, Paul Michael
Published by Simon & Schuster Audio UK in November 2018
Category: Suspense, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, AudioBook, Review
Growing up as best friends in small-town New Hampshire, Jon and Chloe are the only ones who truly understand each other, though they can never find the words to tell one another the depth of their feelings. When Jon is finally ready to confess his feelings, he’s suddenly kidnapped by his substitute teacher who is obsessed with H.P. Lovecraft and has a plot to save humanity.
Mourning the disappearance of Jon and facing the reality he may never return, Chloe tries to navigate the rites of entering young adulthood and “fit in” with the popular crowd, but thoughts of Jon are never far away.
Providence explores the compulsive relationship between Jon and Chloe, who enjoy a special friendship growing up together in a small New Hampshire town.
Written In Fire was released in January 2016 by Brilliance Audio, narrated by Luke Daniels, and is the third of a trilogy.
Author: Nora Roberts
Performed by Julia Whelan
Published by Brilliance Audio December 2018
Category: Dystopian, Fantasy, Post Apocalyptic, Audiobook Review
They look like an everyday family living an ordinary life. But beyond the edges of this peaceful farm, unimaginable forces of light and dark have been unleashed.
Of Blood and Bone picks up the story over a decade after the Doom decimated the population and gave rise to the dark in Year One. Fallon Swift’s thirteenth birthday is approaching fast.
I’m delighted to be part of the birthday blog blitz for Visions of Zarua, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
Suzanne Rogerson tells us about Visions of Zarua’s unexpected route into traditional publishing….
First let me share a little of the history behind Visions of Zarua. It’s my debut novel, though I do have a couple of unsuccessful fantasy attempts hidden away. Back in 2013, I submitted it to a few agents and a publisher. Without finding any success with them, I decided to use a critique service to see where it was going wrong. The critique was spot on with the various issues in the book and I rewrote it into its current form.
Author: Charlie Laidlaw
Published: September 2017 by Accent Press
Category: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Book Review
The Things We Learn When We’re Dead is about how small decisions can have profound and unintended consequences, but how we can sometimes get a second chance.
On the way home from a dinner party, Lorna Love steps into the path of an oncoming car. When she wakes up she is in what appears to be a hospital – but a hospital in which her nurse looks like a young Sean Connery, she is served wine for supper, and everyone avoids her questions.