#GuestPost from Steven Gill ~The Rock ‘N’ Roll. ‘N’ That @fayerogersuk @authoright @HeresGilly #ROCKNROLLNTHAT

Welcome to my stop on the The Rock ‘N’ Roll. ‘N That blog tour. I have a guest post from Steven Gill to share, but first heres the book info….

Author: Steven J. Gill

Release Date: 31st January 2018

Genre: Fiction

Page Count: 484

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

“Rock ‘n’ roll is a nuclear blast of reality in a mundane world where no-one is allowed to be magnificent.” The former manager of The Runaways said that. The mad bastard. And Johnny Harrison swore by it. He had to. Almost forty, fully paid up member of the rat race and bored sh*tless. He had to believe in something. Then something happened. Something magnificent. A once in a lifetime band dropped out of the sky and right into his lap. A band unaware of just how great they could be. A band that had no idea what was about to hit them. A band that needed someone to light the fuse. That someone was Johnny Harrison and the truth was he needed them so much more. They were his ticket out. That’s how it is with THE ROCK ‘N’ THE ROLL. ‘N’ THAT. Buy your ticket and take the ride.

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#GuestPost from Diane May Debut #author of EVO #CrimeFiction @dianemaywriter

I’m delighted to welcome Diane May, author of EVO, with a guest post, but first heres the book info.

A covert CIA operation that involves genetic engineering.

A serial killer nicknamed “The Hypnotist”.

What if someone could take complete control over your mind?

And what if that someone was a serial killer?

Langley, Virginia, twenty years earlier:

John Blake, a CIA special agent, stumbles upon an illegal genetic experiment within the agency, conducted on unborn babies and officially presented as a fertility program designed to help couples get pregnant. When he realizes that his very own daughter is a product of this sinister plot and that she is in grave danger, he vows to do everything it takes to make sure Maya will be safe and the people behind the experiment will all pay. With their lives.

Verona, Italy, present time:

Livio Marchiori, a homicide detective with the highest rate of solved cases in Verona, is faced with The Hypnotist, a serial killer the likes of which he’s never seen before. He never touches his victims and he leaves no evidence behind, except for the detailed videos of his murders. And what Marchiori and his team see on those videos is more disturbing than all their other cases combined. Because this one is different. This one defies all rational thinking and borders the impossible.

Then The Hypnotist gets personal and threatens to kill Dr. Abby Jones, the chief medical examiner and the woman Marchiori is in love with. Caught in a cat-and-mouse game with the elusive killer, Marchiori knows he is quickly running out of time.

So when Captain Victor Miller from Interpol walks into town, Marchiori is more than happy to partner again with the man who two years ago helped him put an entire mafia clan behind bars. But Miller has his own agenda, and Marchiori soon discovers that there is more to these crimes than meets the eye, an entire thread of things way beyond his pay grade – illegal experiments, secret agencies, and the most terrifying threat humanity has to face.

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#GuestPost from Elizabeth Orr #author of #nonfiction Who Can Care For Me Now? @AuthorightUK

Today I’m delighted to welcome Elizabeth Orr with a thought provoking guest post, but first here are the details of Elizabeth’s book….

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#GuestPost from Glynis Astie ~ My First Book Boyfriend ~ and her #NewRelease Girls’ Night Out @GlynisAstie #TuesdayBookBlog

Im delighted to welcome Glynis Astie back to Between The Lines. Glynis has written several wonderful guest posts previously including Tea and Harry Potter and The Philosophy of Yoda. Here, Glynis tells us about her first book boyfriend…..

It’s true what they say—you never forget your first. I remember it like it was yesterday. I took in his warm hazel eyes, his dark, curly brown hair and his beautiful boyish smile and I was done for.

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Blog Tour #GuestPost from Richard Williams #author of Mostyn Thomas and the Big Rave @Graffeg_books #DebutNovel

Im delighted to be joining the blog tour for Mostyn Thomas and the Big Rave, and sharing a guest post from Richard Williams…

Time and Space in the Writing Process

I think it’s always good to deliberate the impact of ‘distance’ (time and space) and its benefits in enabling a story (particularly those based on real events) to become far richer than if it had been written at the time of the novel’s setting. Hindsight can be a wonderful thing. To see how places and people evolved over time after the novel setting can give a more informed perspective on the real significance of those events brought to life in the novel, and their lasting impact on their environment.

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#GuestPost from LS Hawker #author of The Throwaways @LSHawker_Author #Thriller

Today I’m delighted to welcome LS Hawker with a guest post about writing from the male perspective…

Ready for a shock? After penning three female-powered thrillers, writing THE THROWAWAYS from the male point of view isn’t a departure for me. It’s a homecoming.

I started out writing men exclusively.

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Birthday Blog Blitz for Visions of Zarua by Suzanne Rogerson #GuestPost @rararesources #FridayReads

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.

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#GuestPost from AnneMarie Brear #author of #HistFic The Promise of Tomorrow @rararesources @annemariebrear #TuesdayBookBlog

Im delighted to welcome AnneMarie Brear, and join the blog tour for The Promise of Tomorrow, courtesy of Rachels Random Resources. AnneMarie tells us about the top five books of her childhood.

When I was a child in Australia my mother owned a book shop, so books featured a lot in my life. I read from early on and have always loved books.

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#GuestPost & #Extract from The Oyster Thief by Sonia Faruqi ~ Underwater Fantasy @Sonia_Faruqi #TuesdayBookBlog

My guest today is Sonia Faruqi with a character’s perspective post and details of, plus an extract from, her debut release.

Here’s the book info…..

Coralline is a mermaid who is engaged to the merman of her dreams. But when an oil spill wreaks havoc on her idyllic village life, her little brother falls gravely ill. Desperate to save him, she embarks on a quest to find a legendary elixir made of starlight.

Izar, a human man, is on the cusp of an invention that will enable him to mine the depths of the ocean. His discovery will soon make him the richest man on earth—while threatening merpeople with extinction. But then, suddenly, Izar finds himself transformed into a merman and caught in a web of betrayal and intrigue. Meeting Coralline in the ocean, he decides to join her on her quest for the elixir, hoping it will turn him human again.

The quest pushes Coralline and Izar together, even though their worlds are at odds. Their pasts threaten to tear them apart, while a growing attraction adds to the danger. Ultimately, each of them faces an impossible choice. Should Coralline leave her fiancé for a man who might betray her? And Izar has a dark secret of his own—one that could cause him to lose Coralline forever.

Book links ~ Amazon UK | Goodreads

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Blog Tour #GuestPost from @HMLynnauthor together with an #Extract & #Giveaway “A coming of age story for the mid-life crisis generation.”

I’m delighted to welcome Hannah Lynn with a guest post and extract from her latest release, Peas, Carrots & an Aston Martin. First of all, here’s the book info…

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