Spotlight: Seven Rules of Time Travel Boxed Set – Roy Huff

You'll have to forgive me for the last minute nature of this post... I fully intended to give you the heads up over a week ago but have been dealing with a nasty allergic reaction and only just managed to lift the laptop lid today. Still, better late than never and if you're quick there … Continue reading Spotlight: Seven Rules of Time Travel Boxed Set – Roy Huff

Guest Post: Networking Tips – Lillian Brummet

In my time running Bookshine blog, I have learnt that one of the aspects of writing that indie writers find most challenging is the marketing and networking of their books once written. With that in mind, I am hosting a guest post today from Lillian Brummet of Brummet Media Group in which she offers some … Continue reading Guest Post: Networking Tips – Lillian Brummet

Blog Tour: Death and the Conjuror – Tom Mead

*I received a free copy of this book with thanks to the author and Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: A magician-turned-sleuth in pre-war London solves three impossible crimes. In 1930s London, celebrity psychiatrist Anselm Rees is discovered dead in his locked study, and there seems to … Continue reading Blog Tour: Death and the Conjuror – Tom Mead

EXCERPT: ‘More than one reason to write’ from How to Make Your Book Stand Out in a Crowd – Dave and Lillian Brummet

Something a bit different today! An extract from How to Make Your Book Stand Out in a Crowd by Dave and Lillian Brummet. First, here is the book: Blurb: The book offers a realistic outlook on what a new author can expect and how to employ research and preparation to make a memorable first impression. … Continue reading EXCERPT: ‘More than one reason to write’ from How to Make Your Book Stand Out in a Crowd – Dave and Lillian Brummet

Promo Post: Jazalyn, the Authoress-Poetess

Popping in today to shine a spotlight on authoress-poetess Jazalyn and her trio of poetry-story novels. vViIrRuUsS: I Never Forget Three robotic viruses are released from unknown forces and compete with each other exposing crimes, with humanity’s scale of existence oscillating between total destruction and reinventing recovery. A REVELATION of the THOUGHTS. An AWAKENING for … Continue reading Promo Post: Jazalyn, the Authoress-Poetess

Promo Post: The Florentine – Tom Trott

Just dropping by today to let you know that international thriller The Florentine by Tom Trott is now available for pre-order (release date 6th May 2022). Check out the details below! Blurb: When Cain retired from the CIA, he moved to Florence, Italy to get away from his past. He’s had nine years to enjoy … Continue reading Promo Post: The Florentine – Tom Trott

Pondathon II: A New Companion Quest! Let’s Grow Roses with Racquel Marie

In the book Ophelia After All by Racquel Marie, the main character Ophelia is a rose gardening extraordinaire who assigns different rose breeds to each of her best friends. For this Companion Quest, Racquel has invited us to design a rose that represents our favourite book. The rose could be a drawing, a poem, a … Continue reading Pondathon II: A New Companion Quest! Let’s Grow Roses with Racquel Marie

Spotlight: James Litherland, author at Outpost Stories

Today I am bringing you a peak into the back catalogue and new releases of prolific author James Litherland. James has three series available at the moment - one complete trilogy and two ongoing sagas. So, let's have a look at them! Miraibanashi - 3 novels of espionage and revolution in a dystopian future Japan … Continue reading Spotlight: James Litherland, author at Outpost Stories

WoW Blog Tour – How Mentors Changed My Life by Neill McKee

After something of a hiatus in posting, I am thrilled to be back and bringing you a guest post from author Neill McKee on the importance of mentors in his life. But before I hand you over to Neill, let's take a little look at his book that is currently blog-touring with WoW! Women on … Continue reading WoW Blog Tour – How Mentors Changed My Life by Neill McKee

Q&A with Pete Adams – Dead No More

I have a review coming up for this book, but was lucky enough to get the opportunity to put a few questions to author Pete Adams about writing, reading and his stories. First, here is Dead No More: Blurb: Operation Rhubarb was an MI5 and Scotland Yard joint undercover investigation of Brockeln Belland, a City of … Continue reading Q&A with Pete Adams – Dead No More