Georgian Romance Revolt by Lucinda Elliot Out on 17 September

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Georgian-Romance-Revolt-Lucinda-Elliot-ebook/dp/B08FRRF711 Following on from my last post about servant lead characters, my own dark comedy 'Georgian Romance Revolt' is out on 17 September and is available for pre-order here . Without wanting to write a spoiler, one of the lead characters is incongruous in his role as a servant... The story follows the adventures Elaine … Continue reading Georgian Romance Revolt by Lucinda Elliot Out on 17 September

More Comedy for Testing Times: An Extract from ‘Ravensdale’ (Now Free on Amazon ): Morpeth the Thief Taker, on the Trail of Reynaud Ravensdale, Calls in to Question the Landlord of the ‘The Huntsman’.

“If this ain’t a Bow Street Runner or some other thief taker, then I’m a Dutchwoman,” Kate told Suki, as they watched the short, stocky, dapper man came up to the Inn door. “Good morning, Sir. What will you have?” They knew he was staying with their rivals in The King’s Justice up the road. … Continue reading More Comedy for Testing Times: An Extract from ‘Ravensdale’ (Now Free on Amazon ): Morpeth the Thief Taker, on the Trail of Reynaud Ravensdale, Calls in to Question the Landlord of the ‘The Huntsman’.

Where Worlds Meet Out on Amazon

At last, 'Where Worlds Meet' is out on Amazon.com here And on Amazon.co.uk on here the prequel, ‘That Scoundrel Émile Dubois’ is here free  on Amazon  and on Smashwords here You can also get ‘Ravensdale’, which also belongs to the same series, free on Smashwords here   and if you care to point out to Amazon that … Continue reading Where Worlds Meet Out on Amazon

Blackwood by Jo Danilo: A Darkly Humorous Fairy Tale for All Ages

I found this a real page turner; it may be officially YA, for twelve or over – but it is not a book with an appeal restricted to a particular age group, It is laugh-out-loud funny, intriguing and sad in turns. At the climatic scene, where the protagonist Silas is briefly given his own particular … Continue reading Blackwood by Jo Danilo: A Darkly Humorous Fairy Tale for All Ages

Conspiratorial Conversation Between That Scoundrel Émile Dubois and His Right Hand Man Georges

I would like to apologise for this post appearing late. It was fine on the preview, and now I find that there was nothing there for three days! IT does NOT like me. Émile Dubois: [lounging in his rich dressing robe] Georges, I have news of the most tiresome. And by-the- by, mon ami, we … Continue reading Conspiratorial Conversation Between That Scoundrel Émile Dubois and His Right Hand Man Georges

Review of ‘Birdwoman; The Memoirs of A Lovesick Siren’ by Anne Carlisle

This is an outstandingly original story, which draws the reader in at once into the fascinating world of the siren. It’s exciting, well paced, funny, sad, outrageous and startlingly believable all at once. The writing is vivid, evocative, bawdy, witty and sometimes poetic. I took at once to the heroine, Destiny, who is born, along … Continue reading Review of ‘Birdwoman; The Memoirs of A Lovesick Siren’ by Anne Carlisle

An Original, Witty and Spine Chilling Fantasy: Review of ‘Reqium for a Forgotten Path’ by Robert Wingfield

These last couple of weeks I've been enjoying reading an excellent fantasy with a strong, independent minded heroine. This is 'Requim for a Forgotten Path' by Robert Wingfield. This is a funny, spine chilling, evocative continuation of the adventures of Ankerita, the eponymous heroine of the first in this series. I really like this heroine. … Continue reading An Original, Witty and Spine Chilling Fantasy: Review of ‘Reqium for a Forgotten Path’ by Robert Wingfield