Showing posts from December, 2014

Christmas Sale

Don't miss out on the post-Christmas sale.
For the second year running, YA author Angela Kulig, has put together a list of kindle ebooks that are $0.99 or less (or £0.77 or less for other UK people).

Not only is everything set out in nifty, easy-search categories, where you can find over 100 books by 60 different authors.
But you can also WIN a KINDLE along with a $50 Amazon gift card.

I think that's perfectly good incentive to click here to visit Angela's blog for all the details.
Get cracking, the sale ends soon!

To find out more about Angela Kulig, stalk away via the following links:

Author website/blog
Amazon author page

Indie Booktubers

Ok, so earlier this year Mark Shaw, the creator of #IndieBooksBeSeen, approached a bunch of booktubers, to see if they would be interested in reading work from Indie authors.
There was a fantastic reaction - a lot of these people that post their book reviews on YouTube had never considered picking up something that didn't come from a traditional publishing house.  Some didn't realise that indie books existed.

It seemed like every week there was a new booktuber uploading their video of an indie book haul or review.  All I can say to those people is thank you so much, thank you for taking the time and effort, for the feedback and support.

Beast of Burden

Beast of Burden (The Hidden Blood #2) by A.Z. Green 4 out of 5
Synopsis *Warning - graphic content* Pack Leaders who were allies at the time of the Vikings, had rings made to remind them of who they were and what they stood for. Weremen of peace, justice and loyalty. We try to stand by that principle.

After the attempt on Nik's life, he and Jaz leave Deer Creek to escape the dangers and judgements on both their heads. But many are determined to find them and drag them back. 
Curs are creeping out of the woodwork and making themselves known by the increase of deaths, kidnappings and rapes but it seems the Head Council are looking the other way. 

Hidden Blood Giveaway!

BEAST OF BURDEN (Book Two in The Hidden Blood Series)

By A.Z. Green

Genre: Dark Fantasy, Paranormal Romance

Pages: 320 pages

Pack Leaders who were allies at the time of the Vikings, had rings made to remind them of who they were and what they stood for. Weremen of peace, justice and loyalty. We try to stand by that principle.

Hell Beckons

Hell Beckons by Richard L. Becker
3 out of 5

A beautiful witch and a serial killer fight The War On Terror for the President of the United States.

Do the ends justify the means? You decide as Sandy and Johnny battle our enemies on the streets of American cities and in a war-torn Middle East nation, in a cascade of violence, sex, lust and revenge.

Becker brings us a story of murder and intrigue, involving the White House, secret societies that employ the supernatural, and a fight against terrorism.  It's dark and sexy, and embraces a bigger world than you can imagine.

Author Interview - Richard L. Becker

Author Interview - Richard L. Becker
Ok people, it's time for another little insight into an Indie Author.
My guest/victim this month is Richard L.Becker, a novelist who is not afraid to strike out across different genres.

His first taste of horror, Hell Beckons will be up for review next week.

1) When did you first decide you wanted to be a published author?

One Lovely Blog Hop

This blog hop is designed to show our readers a more personal side to ourselves. We've been challenged by another author/ blogger (somewhat like the 'ice bucket' challenge) to list seven interesting facts to help cast light onto that tough writer’s/ blogger's persona we all like to project. But we want to show that behind every story is a story, our story, my story, and like everyone else I have dreams, hobbies, problems and goals. This blog hop is a way to share some of them with you, my readers.

The rules are that I share 7 Lovely Facts about myself, and links to at least 15 blogs that I enjoy reading. If I’ve nominated your blog, please don’t feel any obligation to join in but, if you do, please link back to the blog of the person who nominated you (that would be D.B. Nielson), share 7 facts about yourself and nominate 15 blogs (or as many as you can).

I was reading some of the other blogs on this tour. There are some remarkable and gifted writers here and I’m happy t…


Deceived (Soul Keeper #1) by L.A. Starkey 5 out of 5

They say a soul is the immaterial essence, the animating principle, the actuating cause of an individual life.

But what if you had to share yours with the one person you hated the most?

The soul mate principle states that for every one soul there is another that will recognize its match, hence creating the perfect union.

But what if you had two soul mates, which would you choose? 

What if your choices had eternal ramification?