FREE TO BE ME BLOG HOP
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I'm thrilled to be taking part in Good Tales May Blog Hop - make sure you check out other participating sites, as well as a chance to win Amazon gift cards at the bottom of this post!
So, in keeping with the "Free To Be Me" theme, I have decided to share a couple of new reviews of books that I loved that are complete opposites of the reading spectrum. It's always fantastic to find books that catch your attention, regardless of genre.
Somewhat coincidentally (ok, I planned it all along...) the two books that I have decided to showcase come from two authors that are part of #IndieBooksBeSeen.
Not only that, but they are holding court at the Mersey Comicon on Saturday 30th May, representing #IndieBooksBeSeen, and indie writers everywhere!
If you are able to pop over, the convention is sure to be a lot of fun.
The indie author of the Harry Webb series. Supporter of #IndieBooksBeSeen. Creator of I:AM Indie Authors Merseyside.
Producer of Frank Carlyle's show @MerseyRadio (Mon 8-10 pm GMT)
Check out his website for more information on how you can take part in the Mersey Comicon:
Review of Harry Webb
D. M. Cain earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology and English literature before moving to Japan to teach English for two years. Returning to England, she now works as an elementary school teacher.
A writer since the age of thirteen, Cain has produced a multitude of different short stories and novels. A Chronicle of Chaos, the first book in her young adult fantasy series, is due to be released in late 2014. She is now hard at work on the sequel, The Shield of Soren.
Cain currently lives in Leicestershire with her husband and young son.
D.M. Cain is also the creator of the #Awethors event that took over social media on the 12th of April. You can still check out the 12 hour takeover of The Northern Witch's blog, including D.M. Cain's post.
Review of The Phoenix Project