Macy Shaw lives a lie… believes the lie… loves the lie… When Macy met Narcifer, their worlds and hearts collided. It was them against the rest of the world. But the entire world is living under an illusion, and Macy … Continue reading →
Fly became an unwilling experiment and was transported to another planet. Then Jenny became marooned when her spaceship malfunctioned. Natural enemies, but both deserted. Can enemies become allies? Continue reading →
Get Back into WHACK by Susan Ingebretson THIS BOOK WILL CHANGE HOW YOU THINK Are you crazy-pants excited about a new health program one minute, and then mindlessly slurping straight from the ice cream carton the next? No one talks … Continue reading →
Heart of the Vampire Book 5 A Redcliffe Novel by Catherine Green It is almost Halloween in Redcliffe, Cornwall, and Jessica Stone is not the woman she used to be. Her summer was hijacked by werewolves, she fell in love … Continue reading →
Touch Me An Alinta Bay Novel by Iris Blobel She loves the feel of his skin beneath her hands … Lexie Marshall packs up and moves 3,000 km east with her daughter Zoe, to forget and move on. Now, all … Continue reading →
The Vanished Bride of Northfield House by PHILLIS M. NEWMAN England, 1922. Times are hard. Anne Chatham is a clever, modest young woman with little money, no prospects for marriage, and a never-shared secret—she can see spirits. Anne finds employment … Continue reading →
I don’t know about you, but when I’m choosing a book to read, I always look at the tagline on the cover first. That way I can more or less tell the theme of the book. Next, it’s the blurb and then the first paragraph of the book.
Lastly, it’s the cover… well, the cover needs to be professional and look good, but it isn’t the main thing I look for in a book.
As bookstores are full of the usual traditional authors, and I champion indie and small press authors, I want to read those, so I thought I’d open my blog to spotlights again where I can read your first paragraph.
So, for a FREE promo of your book (so I can buy your book if it grabs me) send me your book link (Amazon works best) and the first paragraph to firstname.lastname@example.org (or drop me a message and I’ll email you).
Any genre but I do have a passion for thrillers, paranormal and romcom. Oh, and horror, time travel… ah, just send me anything.