A cheerful welcome to Jeanne G'Fellers, who is back on the blog today talking about Keeping House, the second book in her Appalachian Elementals series. I've been enjoying snippets from the story that Jeanne has been sharing in the Rainbow Snippets group on Facebook, and I'm looking forward to … [Read more...] about Keeping House | Book Chat with Jeanne G’Fellers
This is the section where I host guests. Authors on tour, who talk about new books, authors in armchairs with cups of tea, who are happy to share what they've learned, readers and reviewers who are ready to fangirl (or fanboy, of course!) over their latest favourite read.
Come join in - the water is peachy and you might just find your next book crush!
I'm delighted to welcome author Colette Davison to the blog today... and she has audiobooks in tow! I love to listen to audiobooks when I'm driving and even when I go for walks. They're usually the kind of walks where it doesn't feel like exercise. So, I'm all for finding some new ones. Wanna join … [Read more...] about Author Chat with Colette Davison
I'm delighted to welcome Kate Pavelle, aka Olivette Devaux, to the blog today. She's re-releasing a book I've liked ever since it first came out - and she's giving us a bit of insight into the mechanics of a re-release, which is highly topical for me! So I'm very grateful for her help.As for … [Read more...] about Breakfall | Author Chat with Olivette Devaux
Today, my guest author slot is the domain of author Alex Jane. Her latest book A Foreign Country, sequel to her Mr. & Mr. Detective crime novel Gazes into You has just landed and it looks as if Jason and John are in for another wild ride. Check out the lovely long excerpt Alex Jane has with her, … [Read more...] about A Foreign Country | Book Chat with Alex Jane
My guest on the blog today is author Avery Cockburn, who is known to all sports romance fans to the creator of the popular Glasgow Lads series. She's turned football, and more recently curling, into means to tell her love stories and here she tells us a little of the lengths a non-athlete write … [Read more...] about Avery Cockburn on Writing Sports Romance (As a Couch Potato)
My guest on the blog today is Morticia Knight, who loves crime stories at least as much as I do, and who finds her inspiration in all kinds of places - which is always fun. Morticia Knight is re-releasing her Sin City Uniforms series, and... I'm really not sure why I've missed it the first time … [Read more...] about Not all Investigators are Detectives | Book Chat with Morticia Knight