The evil of men – Buried Ladies

Some men are just evil. And, when Joan calls 911 to report the murder of her friend, Estella, she starts a manhunt for pure evil, but not in the way she expected. Buried Ladies is the first in the Buried Ladies Series. Buy now at: https://www.amazon.com/Angela-Hausman/e/B01MG90NEZ About the Author: Angela Hausman The Buried Ladies series (Buried... Continue Reading →

An Agatha Christie Style Murder Mystery

Available for pre-order A Stone’s Throw Inspector Stone Mysteries #5 A dead body really ruins your holiday. During a much-needed break in Devon, Inspector Nathan Stone finds himself at the centre of a murder investigation when the wife of the owner of the hotel is found killed. The last person to see her alive, he... Continue Reading →

Amy J Hamilton introduces Radish Fiction

Amy J Hamilton introduces Radish Fiction. Radish what now? I’d never heard of it before either. What, you have? Well, go and read my books then. For the rest of you, here's the background. Radish Fiction is a free app containing serialised fiction in bite-sized chunks or episodes. (Like radishes, get it? Bite-sized.) It’s aimed at... Continue Reading →

Book Review: An Eye For An Eye by Alex R. Carver

What a fabulous 5* review fo An Eye Fow An Eye, this is the kind of thing that keeps me writing.

Jessica Jesinghaus


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5 stars

DI Nathan Stone has his hands full. After a hold-up robbery of a local convenience store turns into a double homicide with racial undertones, it’s all he can do to stay ahead of the case. But when other, seemingly unrelated, crimes appear to be linked to the same perpetrator, events spiral into an inferno no one could’ve expected.

I really enjoyed the first book in the Inspector Stone series (Where There’s a Will), but this book took things to a whole new level. We get to experience so much more of DI Stone outside his police work. Eye For an Eye allows readers to get to know Nathan as a family man, introducing us to both his wife and two lovely children. The balancing act of police inspector and family life was well portrayed.

To say this book sucker punched me in the gut…

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“Mirror, Mirror” Giveaway!

My friend and fabulous beta reader Jessica Jesinghaus is running a giveaway for her book Mirror Mirror, I’ve read it and it’s very enjoyable with plenty of twists and turns that keep you guessing.

Jessica Jesinghaus

Feeling lucky? Take a shot at winning one of two paperback copies of Mirror, Mirror. This Goodreads Giveaway is valid for US residents (sorry my international peeps, I’ll catch you next time) and open to entries until May 24th.

You can enter the giveaway HERE. Read the blurb below and then screw up your courage… I dare you to look!


Nearly twenty years ago a teenage girl was murdered…

Samantha Carlson was just a young girl when her cousin, Emily, was brutally raped and killed in her own home. As a child, Sam’s family did their best to shelter her from the gruesome details. Now, working the crime beat for the Portland Tribune, Sam has the resources at her fingertips to investigate the case for herself.

Through the eyes of a killer…

After inheriting a family heirloom, an antique vanity table that once belonged to her murdered cousin…

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An interview with author Peri June

An interview with Peri June from the Navigating Indieworld group I’m part of on Goodreads, part of a series of interivews taking place this month. Her novel My Life As I Knew It is one of the many on my TBR list awaiting my attention

Mike Turner

Boy oh boy am I excited about this. A real interview from a real author. I might book the rest of the day off and spend it pretending I’m Chuck Wendig.

My Life As I Knew It is Peri June‘s first book. I sat down with Peri to talk about the process of writing.

Tell us about yourself – who you are, where you’re from and whether writing is your full time job?

Writing is all I do these days. I tried several jobs, including being a Kindergarten teacher, and working customer service at a bank, but I was miserable. So a couple of years ago, I started working from home, and wrote in every spare moment I had. And here I am.

How has publishing My Life As I Knew It changed you as a writer?

As silly as it sounds, I became aware that humans might…

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