Kept From Cages – Phil Williams

*I received a free copy of this book with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: No one returns from Ikiri. Reece’s gang of criminal jazz musicians have taken shelter in the wrong house. There’s a girl with red eyes bound to a chair. The locals call … Continue reading Kept From Cages – Phil Williams

Zepharius Vol. 1 + 2 – Mel Snyder

*I received free copies of these books, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: The planet Gisaawek is prospering in its government and is growing in military power and security. Everyone is dedicated to their assignments. Their objective is serving their planet to the best of … Continue reading Zepharius Vol. 1 + 2 – Mel Snyder

Q+A with Richard Parry – The Splintered Land trilogy

More reviews coming up for this series, with The Storm Within on my list for this month, but today I have something a little different, as Richard Parry pops by to give us his thoughts on life, the universe and every– no, sorry, his thoughts on books, reading, writing, and his Splintered Land trilogy. For … Continue reading Q+A with Richard Parry – The Splintered Land trilogy

Time to be Gonagain – A.J. Farrelly

*I edited this novel, but purchased my own copy of the final book, with my very own money.  This review is unbiased and represents my personal opinions.* Blurb: On the run-down trading airship, The Reliant, rule number one is that no one gets left behind. So why is it that Captain Oisín Gonagain seems to … Continue reading Time to be Gonagain – A.J. Farrelly

Blight Marked – Josh Erikson

*I proof-read this novel and received a free ARC of the final book, with no obligation to review at all.  This review is unbiased and represents my own personal opinions.* Blurb: Becoming a target is never great, but it’s a little worse when the people trying to kill you are technically the good guys. Gabe escaped … Continue reading Blight Marked – Josh Erikson

Guest Post: The moment(s) when I realised Ira Levin was a genius by Tom Trott, author of The Forbidden Zone

Here I go spoiling you again, with another guest post from another fantastic and friendly author! Today, in the run-up to the release of his new crime thriller, The Forbidden Zone, I am joined by Tom Trott to tell us about his love of Ira Levin's writing (well, most of it!). First though, lets have … Continue reading Guest Post: The moment(s) when I realised Ira Levin was a genius by Tom Trott, author of The Forbidden Zone

How To Write A Story – J.J. Barnes

*Declaration of Interest – I am personal friends with the author in question.  I received a no-obligation, free copy of this book.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: The world needs more stories, let's make yours one of them! ★★★★★ If you're a passionate writer with a love of stories, … Continue reading How To Write A Story – J.J. Barnes

Death Warden – C.J. Stilling

*I received a free copy of this book, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: A teenage assassin. An impossible choice. The fate of everything hangs in the balance… Be good, or the death wardens will come for you. Walls cannot stop them. Blades cannot cut … Continue reading Death Warden – C.J. Stilling

James Rhyder and the Cave of Dreams -David S. Brooks

*I received a free copy of this book, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb:  Twelve-year-old James Rhyder is being hunted by people from a hidden world he never knew existed. Unlike most people his age, James doesn’t dream at night of becoming a hero. Rather, … Continue reading James Rhyder and the Cave of Dreams -David S. Brooks

Centenary Separation – James Litherland

  *I received a free copy of this book, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.*   Blurb:  Six separated Travelers, each facing trouble of their own. A malfunction of the supposedly fixed master time-travel device sends Matt and Page to 1912 San Francisco—only days apart, though … Continue reading Centenary Separation – James Litherland