Reflections on three standout authors whose work I read in 2017 - TJ Klune, KJ Charles and Santino Hassell.
There’s so much to love about Aqua Follies. It's a romance novel with depth and complexity at both the emotional and historical (1950s) level.
Once again celebrating Australian Women Writers, today's review is focused on the Red Dirt Heart sequence from N.R. Walker. It comprises four m/m romance novels set on a massive cattle station in the Northern Territory (north-east of Alice Springs), and deals primarily with themes of 'being gay in outback Australia' and family. I love this... Continue Reading →
Yet again, I read a fair few books in December. In fact, I've become somewhat addicted to nose-in-kindle and am at the point where I get a little agitated if I try to take a break. Seriously. I wasn't joking in my last post when I said I'd spent every day since Christmas on the... Continue Reading →
Here's my wrap up of books read in November... One for the money - Janet Evanovich This is the mega best-selling first novel in Janet Evanovich's widely acclaimed Stephanie Plum crime series, which is now up to book #21 or something... I've been intrigued to read it for a while, and was thrilled when one... Continue Reading →
Books. July. This is what I read. Debris - Jo Anderton I picked up a copy of Debris, Jo Anderton's acclaimed first novel (Angry Robot books) in the Veiled Worlds trilogy, in June at the launch of the third. And she very kindly signed it for me too. So, determined to get back on track... Continue Reading →
Last week, indie publisher Turtleduck Press launched a new fantasy anthology that sounds like a LOT of fun -- especially if you're someone who's after more stories in which women seize control of their destinies. Under Her Protection: Stories of Women to the Rescue is edited by Toronto-based author and keen fellow traveller, Siri Paulson.... Continue Reading →
In honour of English author Mary Stewart, who died earlier this month (see my tribute), I've been re-reading for the umpteenth time, My Brother Michael - one of my favourites. Sipping coffee in Athens and wishing something would happen, Camilla accidentally agrees to drive a hire car to Delphi for someone called Simon. It turns... Continue Reading →
Last Monday marked the launch of my friend Liv Rancourt's paranormal romance novel, Forever and Ever, Amen. Since I was lucky enough to score an Advanced Reader's Copy, I thought I would share my thoughts on the book, which has been published as an e-book under the Crimson Romance label. First, the official awesome blurb... Continue Reading →