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Sunday, 27 December 2015

Can a nerd become a hero? Find out in this #childrensbook SUPERNATURAL HERO!

Supernatural Hero (book one) 
Eran Gadot

Don't try to be someone else, be yourself!
Reading this book will make you see that being yourself is the only way for success, all you need is to believe.

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 Andy is the nerd everyone makes fun of. He's really skinny, wears glasses and talks to himself, but he falls in love with the prettiest girl in the class. One day Grandpa dies and turns into a ghost. Then, Andy discovers a new power, he can see ghosts and talk to the dead. 

Join Andy's journey and find out how a nerd can become a hero. 

Supernatural hero is a great children's book with an outstanding story, for the whole family to enjoy. This book series will stay with you forever.

Friday, 25 December 2015

It's Christmassssssssssssssssss!

Merry Christmas to you from me

We all look forward to the New Year hoping the bad times are truly behind us and the good is around the corner. We think 'it'll be different this year' or we go further and strive to change ourselves in some ways i.e. diet, job change, stop smoking.

My challenge is to finish my next novel. The story is complete, it just needs a tad more research on the brain and how/what is happening to it whilst in a coma, and then the rewriting can begin. I hope it'll be ready for my editor in February.

So whatever your challenges for the upcoming year, all the very best, and I hope you meet them, and if not, well, there's always 2017!

Thursday, 17 December 2015

New Kids' #Christmas #Book -- The Night Before Christmas by Rose Collins

The Night Before Christmas 

Friday, 11 December 2015

A reluctant princess...a farm girl sharing memories with her dead twin... it's all here in this #fantasy novel

Amanda Orneck

Betrayal has come to Shadowhaven, and a power mad wizard has overthrown the kingdom, bent on capturing their store of magic hidden beneath the castle. The royal guard have been sent off on a mysterious mission. Without their trusted warriors to protect them, the kingdom falls overnight. The queen is dead, and the king and princess have fled for their lives. Now only terror reigns over this once peaceful land. 

But the royal guard are coming back, and there are rumors that the king and princess aren’t dead, just merely in hiding. Can the captain of the guard find the king and restore the royal family to their place? Can a princess living in secret truly rise up and grab hold of her destiny, or will she hide from who she is if it means the destruction of countless lives? How are the royal family connected to this land, and to the well of power hidden deep beneath Illuminata Castle?


Born in Fountain Valley, CA, raised in a small town called Montrose, CA, Amanda Orneck has never stayed in one place for long -- until now. She currently calls Huntsville, AL home, where she spends her days writing, gaming, and loving her family to pieces.

Amanda received her Creative Writing degree from the University of Southern California, learning her craft at the feet of David St. John, Aimee Bender and Carol Muske-Dukes. While at USC, she received the Middleton Creative Writing Fellowship for excellence in poetry.

For seven years she honed her writing craft as a video game journalist, writing for GamePro, WoW Insider, GameGeex, and handful of other outlets. In 2014 Amanda left the world of blogging behind to focus on her first love, fiction. Shadow of the Owl is her first novel, and she is currently working on a sequel.


Preferring his rage to his reason, Chiave allowed his frustration to boil up within him, and he began kicking at anything within reach of his foot, rocks and sticks included. A log lying on a small island in the murk posed as an excellent target for his pent up anger and the heel of his boot. But when his kick connected with the dirt-encrusted thing, he heard not the crack of splintering the wood, but a moan of a decidedly more vertebrate sort. Chiave jumped back as best he could being sandwiched as he was between a huge book and a massive greatsword.

The log began to move, and unrolled itself to reveal a girl, her dark hair matted with mud and leaves.

“You would think that the world would conjure up something a bit less freckled to torture me with,” she said and attempted to go back to sleep. Chiave stood rooted in shock, so completely frozen it seemed likely he himself would become a tree, unsure at first what we was seeing, doubting it was real. “You oughtn’t have kicked a log like that. What did logs ever do to you?” The girl grumbled as she settled back into place, and instantly he knew it was real, this vision he was seeing of the log girl in the swamp. 

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Thursday, 10 December 2015

If you like #romcom #christmas novels, check out this extract from Sex, Snow and Mistletoe

Excerpt from the book 
 Sex, Snow and Mistletoe
  Laura Barnard

Snow, bloody snow! The only idiots that like snow are kids and that’s because they get a day off school. It’s us adults that have to carry on like normal and suffer. Like I’m not late enough. Like I’m not already two hours late for the rehearsal dinner. Gabriella is going to kill me. She’s text me fifteen times already and left three furious voice mails. I’ve ignored them all, refusing to answer the phone while I’m driving. I’d no doubt crash the car and that would only make me later. It’s not my fault that my boss kept me late at work and then my Mum popped round and started blabbering on about how I should be going to my own wedding, not a friend of a friends.
To be honest I’m quite embarrassed to have even been invited to this. I’ve only met her once.  I mean, do people really invite people to their wedding that they met when urinating in the street? I don’t really think I was proving my wedding guest potential, more my inability to drink three bottles of wine and remain standing/coherent/able to hold my bladder.
Lights suddenly flash in my rear mirror. I glance back and notice a black Audi behind me. I look out of the window past the blizzard of snow falling onto the already dark muddy country lane, big willow trees surrounding me. This is definitely the kind of place people get murdered. There is no way in hell I’m pulling over so this psychopath can pull a gun on me. No thank you. I watch Crime Watch.  My mumma didn’t raise no fool. I check the lights on my dashboard, wondering if there’s something obvious I’m missing. I think I’m fine… Not that I’d have the slightest idea anyway. I hate being such a girl.

  Melinda is already having a crappy Christmas. Forced to attend some snotty bitch's wedding is not the way to start out the holidays. But when a car crash pushes her into the path of a handsome stranger she's glad to follow his snowy, sexy and seductive path.
 But is he too good to be true? 
And will she make it to the wedding before her best friend loses her mind with worry?