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What the Characters Have to Say – Guest Post by Author Barbara Russell

The Heart Collector Auckland Steampunk Book 1 by Barbara Russell Genre: Steampunk, Romantic Suspense Auckland, 1884 The Supernaturals are frightened. Despite being able to do extraordinary things like teleporting or lighting a fire with a stare, a serial killer, the Heart Collector, is slaughtering them. He rips their chests open and removes their hearts. While Read More

Interview With Kathleen O’Donnell, Author of The Invisible Heiress

The Invisible Heiress by Kathleen O’Donnell Genre: Psychological Thriller “Dark, disturbing, deliciously inappropriate.” – Leslie Wolfe, best-selling author ofThe Watson Girl. From two-time Book of the Year finalist Kathleen O’Donnell comes a gripping psychological thriller filled with unexpected twists. A psychiatric patient with a dark secret Preston Blair, a blogger with a dark sense of Read More

The Unfading Lands Series by Katharine E. Hamilton

The Unfading Lands Series by Katharine E. Hamilton Genre: Epic Fantasy Betrayal. Power. Love. Loyalty. The sinister Land of Unfading Beauty has breached the Realm and chaos has ensued. The four kingdoms must unite to overcome the mysterious darkness that threatens the safety of them all, but treacherous secrets frustrate strategies, and trust is hard Read More

Generating Ideas – Guest Post by Katharine E. Wibell, Author of The Incarn Saga

Issaura’s Claws The Incarn Saga Book 1 by Katharine E. Wibell Genre: YA Fantasy “According to legend, when the world was young, the goddess Issaura appeared among men. Those who treated her with kindness received the gift of the gods—the ability to transform into an animal form. This was a great honor but one that Read More

Why do I write mysteries with cats in them? – Guest Post by Clea Simon, Author of A Spell of Murder

GUEST POST –Why do I write mysteries with cats in them? Isn’t it obvious? Cats make the best characters! Although not all of my books feature cats, most do. In fact, all but one of my 25 mysteries features cats prominently. Sometimes, the cats are the narrators – like in my Blackie and Care series. Sometimes, Read More

NIGHT, MELANCHOLY, AND THIRTEEN NOCTURNES, Guest post by Oliver Sheppard

Thirteen Nocturnes by Oliver Sheppard Genre: Gothic, Dark Poetry Combining lush Gothic lyricism with postmodern experimentation, Oliver Sheppard’s second collection of verse, Thirteen Nocturnes, presents a nightmare vision of a world in the grip of apocalypse and shadow–a world where “a nighttime of years never-ending” becomes “a darkness severe and unbending,” and where life is Read More

Book Review – Mr Scarletti’s Ghost by Linda Stratmann

About the Book: Mr. Scarletti’s Ghost by Linda Stratmann Psychics and mediums have become all the rage in fashionable Brighton. But can they really communicate with the dead? Mina Scarletti, a local authoress, is sceptical. But when her recently widowed mother insists on hosting a séance, she agrees to take part.  Miss Eustace certainly seems convincing, and Read More