Dangerous To Know ~ @anneebuist ~ @legend_press ~ JA Warnock Review

About The Book  Natalie King is back: back from a stay on the psych ward. Her reluctance to live a quiet life has contributed to a severe depressive episode, and now it's time for a retreat to the country, and a low-key research job at a provincial university nearby. But Natalie and trouble have a…

#FavFive with Heather Robinson #Indiebook ~ Wall Of Stone

Wall Of Stone By Heather Robinson  In AD121 the Twentieth Legion of Rome stands at the northern frontier of Britannia. Forgotten, neglected and dour in spirit, they must still do their duty for an Empire whose meaning is becoming lost to them. As the lives of the local Teviot family intertwine with the legion, relationships…

Our Q&A Spot ~ Author Tara Lyons @taralyonsauthor #NoSafeHome Published ~ @Bloodhoundbook

Thank you so very much to Tara Lyons for being on my blog today. Tara is the author of the thriller No Safe Home. Tara is a crime/psychological thriller author from London, UK. Turning 30 in 2015 propelled her to fulfill her lifelong dream of becoming a writer. In the Shadows is Tara's debut solo…

Learning to Love By @SherylBrowne ~ Published By @ChocLituk

It's been a while since a book with a romantic thread throughout has captured my attention. Sheryl Brown's writing style is imperative in my falling in love with the story.  You can feel her own love for the characters and her genuine care for them. The story is a map of different roads. At the heart…

The Trial By John Mayer Review By J A Warnock ~ Feb 16/02

In The Trial, John Mayer masterfully recreates the atmosphere of Edinburgh's old streets and halls as the backdrop to a gripping whodunnit. With short fast paced chapters, a glossary of legal terms and a plethora of characters with back stories the reader should be forgiven if their head is spinning by the end of part…

Helen Fields @Helen_Fields & Paul Finch @paulfinchauthor – #PerfectRemains & #Strangers @BlackwellEdin 15/02/2017

I attended the talk in Edinburgh last night at Blackwells Book Store  of these two fabulous Authors. I have to say it was a very enjoyable event. Both Helen Fields and Paul Finch's enthusiasm for their work is apparent in the way they express and talk about their books. Helen Fields – Perfect Remains  Helen…

Marie Macpherson @MGMacpherson – An insight into the background of writing the historical novel.

Tonight I was lucky enough to attend Marie's talk. I have to be honest my knowledge of the history of John Knox is little to none. I was interested to learn about him and I did. Marie is very knowledgeable and passionate about her work.  Her enthusiasm is infectious I wanted her to talk to…