About the book 'Accused of pushing a boy to his death in a failed suicide intervention, DCI Doug Stirling is suspended from duty. Attacked in the media and haunted by the boy’s smile as he let go of Stirling's hand, he must look on helplessly as an incompetent colleague intent on destroying him investigates the … Continue reading #Interview with Ray Britain #author of The Last Thread #Crime @ray_britain #SundayBlogShare
Welcome, Mike. First of all, please introduce yourself and tell us what you like to do when not writing. I began writing at a very early age, and eventually went on to study English and American literature in the university setting. I got a Master of Arts in English from Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY at the age of … Continue reading #Interview & #Extract ~ Miles of Files by Michael J Sahno @MikeSahno #FridayReads #Humour #Thriller
I’m very pleased to welcome Barb Taub, a firm favourite in the world of writing and blogging. In halcyon days BC (before children), Barb wrote a humor column for several Midwest newspapers. With the arrival of Child #4, she veered towards the dark side and an HR career. Following a daring daytime escape to England, … Continue reading #Interview with Barb Taub @barbtaub & Excerpt from her #newrelease #TuesdayBookBlog
The lovely Wendy Lou Jones invited me over to her blog this week. You can see her post here Hello again, and today I’d like to welcome Cathy Ryan to the spotlight. Come on in and take a pew, Cathy. Tell you what, you introduce yourself while I pop the kettle on. Hi, my name is Cathy … Continue reading Having a chat with Wendy Lou Jones @WendyLou Writer #books #blogging
Thank you, Christoph. And thank you for inviting me here. I feel we’ve known one another quite a while on-line but it was lovely to actually meet you in person at the Tenby Book Fair.
Very likewise, Judith. First up, please tell us about your connection to Wales.
I was born and brought up in a village at the base of the Pennines but I’ve lived in Pembrokeshire for the last thirty-eight years. We came to Tenby on holiday, fell in love with the county, saw a half-built house in a field and, throwing caution to the wind, bought it. Best move we ever made even though we eventually moved in on one of the coldest days I can remember in November, to a house…
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Fractured by Leanne Pearson Publication Date: June 1, 2014 Genres: Contemporary, Romance Amazon - Nook - Kobo - iBooks Synopsis: For twenty-three year old Katrina Smith, the events of one day irrevocably changed her life. Life in Christchurch, New Zealand, couldn't have been better. She was in love with a wonderful man, had a job … Continue reading Fractured Blog Tour ~ Cover Reveal, Giveaway and Interview
As the 9th stop in the Name That Dragon Blog Hunt, this post contains a clue. It is your job, as the reader, to identify the dragon described. Please remember your answer to this puzzle, as well as any past and future ones within this tour. You will need to know ALL the answers to enter … Continue reading Author Interview and Giveaway ~ Melissa A Petreshock
I’m very pleased to welcome Jo Bunt, author of Daughter of the Winds, which is on offer from 14th to 20th February as a Valentine special! So grab one while you can 🙂 Jo Bunt was born in Cyprus to British parents. It made sense to her that her first novel should be based there. Following the … Continue reading Author Interview ~ Jo Bunt