Challenge ~ Throw a Dice for Memories of a character in a book

This sounds like fun check it out over on Diana’s blog post. She gives a great introduction to one of the main characters in her novel ‘Missing Past and Present’

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When Dot in ‘MISSING Past and Present’ threw a dice she remembered scenes of her life as if they were pages in her own book. Her back story.

AUTHORS ~ Think of a character in your book or one of your novels that you are proud of.

READERS ~ Think of a character in a novel you really enjoyed recently.

If a throw of a SIX represents the best day or ‘happening’ to the character of your choice and a ONE the worst, can you write down memories from ONE TO SIX.

The challenge is to choose moments in their lives which intrigue a reader into wanting to know more, without giving the whole plot away.

I’m going to begin. Just to give you an idea I am going to chose Jamal. ~an important character in my novel.

A short character description ~ Jamal is a Syrian…

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Christmas in July | An Online E-Book Fair — D. Fischer

Check out over 100 e-books. The hottest books in #ParanormalRomance, #Fantasy, and #SciFi of 2020 and the largest e-book fair of the year.Don’t forget to enter the giveaway! Click the link below to find out more. Happy Reading Christmas in July | An Online E-Book Fair — D. Fischer

And The Winner Is…

What a wonderful short story, a very worthy winner congratulations Debbie Ioanna. Click ‘View Original Post’  below to read the full story on Esther Newtons Blog.


Well, you certainly didn’t make it easy for me! Your stories had me laughing one minute, my jaw hanging open the next, followed by tears welling in my eyes. I found it so, so hard to choose a winning story. I whittled them down to a longlist, then a shortlist and then there were five. I read the five again and again and again. They each had pickme scrawled across them and I found it very hard not to.

In the end, I chose Debbie Ioanna‘s thoroughly entertaining A Quiet Shop.

A Quiet Shop


Debbie Ioanna

Thank goodness they had gone, Molly thought, as she fought her arthritic pains to pick up the discarded books and put them back on their shelves, making sure they were aligned with the correct price labels.

‘Children,’ she muttered under her breath. ‘Every weekend, damned children!’

Molly longed for…

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#CoverReveal ‘The Winter Spirits’

TITLE: The Winter Spirits (The Foxfires Trilogy, Book one) AUTHOR: E. C. Hibbs GENRE: YA fantasy PREORDER LINK: Amazon UK: BLURB: If you sing to the Spirits, be prepared for their answer... The Long Dark has come and the Northlands will not see daylight for two months. Silence falls with the snow, and … Continue reading #CoverReveal ‘The Winter Spirits’

Five on Friday

Rainne is one of the biggest book lovers we know and without her support several Indie Authors would have given up. She shows us so much love. Thank You Rainne and congrats on hitting your Target for the Goodreads Challenge 2019.

Click below to visit Rainne’s blog to see some of the books she loves, maybe you will be inspired to #ReadMoreIndie

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Five on Friday
This week I hit my target in the Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge…

GR challenge

…and thought I’d share my five favourites, so far, from these 52 books!

2019 books

However, so many of the books have been amazing, it’s really difficult to narrow it down to just five, but Ten on Friday doesn’t have the same ring to it.

With that said… I’ve done the best I can! 😃
5f1SophieSophie: Witch-Hunter
by K.S. Marsden

Kelly has always made my favourites list… I have yet to read anything witten by her that I didn’t love!

5f2Paroled From HeavenParoled From Heaven (The Paranormal Detectives Series #8)
by Lily Luchesi

I could easily have added all three of Lily’s books from this year, but that would’t be fair to the other reat books I’ve read. From those three, Paroled From Heaven was my favourite, but only by a smidgen.

5f3A boy from the StreetsA boy from the Streets
by Maria Gibbs

It was…

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Fiona Mcvie’s interview with T.G. Campbell

Great Interview with T.G. Campbell of Bow Street Society who have a #NewRelease today #SpreadTheWord


Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie.

Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age?

My full name is Tahnee Anne Georgina Campbell but I write under the pen amne of T.G. Campbell. Most people have difficulty pronouncing/spelling my first name. I therefore thought it would make my readers’ lives easier if I wrote under my initials. I’m thirty-four years old.

Fiona: Where are you from?

Milton Keynes, a large town located a half hour’s train ride from London. Aside from the three years I was at university in Winchester I’ve lived in Milton Keynes all my life. I was also born in Milton Keynes Hospital during its first year after opening.

 Fiona: A little about your self (ie,  your education, family life, etc.).

I write a series of crime fiction books set in Victorian…

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