35 Book Banter with R.Castro

Introducing Rose Castro 1. #IndieBookBanter today welcomes R. Castro.  Please tell us a little bit about yourself, and the best place for us to find out more. Hi! This is R. Castro. I live in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, western Washington State to be specific, of the United States. I write Contemporary Romance and YA Fantasy.  … Continue reading 35 Book Banter with R.Castro


950: 1066 Remembered, Interview: Glynn Holloway

#BooksWeLove ‘1066: What Fates Impose’ by Glynn Holloway is a truly remarkable read we have been fortunate enough to have Glynn as one of our Indie Author Friends who has joined us for the UK Indie Lit Fests. We are looking forward to meeting him again at the Morley Indie Book Fair on Saturday 7th October.

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1066: What Fates Impose is a recipient of The Wishing Shelf Book Awards Gold Medal 2014 (click image for more about the author)

Nearly a thousand years ago today—951, to be exact—a battle took place at Stamford Bridge at East Riding of Yorkshire, between the English King Harold Godwinson and Norwegian Harald Hardrada. Though the Norwegian was aided by the English king’s brother Tostig, the victory went to Harold. Icelandic historian, mythologist, poet and politician Snorri Sturluson writes that before the battle a lone man rides up to Harald and Tostig with a message that the latter could re-gain his lost earldom if he turns against Hardrada. Tostig asks what King Harald would gain from this. “Seven feet of English ground, as he is taller than other men,” comes the reply. Impressed by the now-departed rider’s fearlessness, Hardrada asks Tostig who the man was. Tostig tells him this was Harold…

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My Indie Author Friends in #SIBA Summer Indie Book Awards 2017

Tonight at Midnight is the close of voting for this years #SummerIndieBookAwards let us cast our final votes and help give some wonderful Indie Authors the recognition they deserve. Thank You & Happy Voting 🙂

Rose English UK

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A few of my lovely Indie Author friends and I have been nomiated for this year’s Summer Indie Book Awards for which we all feel blessed. There are only a couple of days left to vote so I hope you will help me #SpreadTheWord to #ReadMoreIndie and vote for your favourites.

Anthology ‘Ghostly Writes’ click HERE

Two of my lovely Indie Author Friends have their stories in the Children’s Category so if you wish to vote for both you need to do this together same day same time

Children’s Category ‘A Home for Emy’ by Chris Turnbull vote HERE

Children’s Category ‘Dragon Lightning’ by Jenny S. Burke click HERE

Horror Category ‘Dead Normal’ by DM Singh vote HERE

Mystery Category ‘The Curse of Arundel Hall’ by J New click HERE

Paranormal Category ‘Crimson Moon’ by Sherri A Wingler vote HERE

Romance Category ‘Stolen Dreams’ by Maddie Wade click HERE


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