When did authors become so verbose?In the last few months, I have read four very good novels, three of them by authors I eagerly look forward to reading, the fourth set in Ireland, my homeland and with a plot I knew would pique my interest.I was disappointed in all four and for the same reason.Continue reading “WHERE’S THE STORY, MORNING GLORY?”
She Has a Broken Thing Where Her Heart Should BeJ D Barker After the loss of his parents, young Jack Thatch first met Stella as a child—this cryptic little girl of eight with dark hair and darker eyes, sitting alone on a bench in the cemetery clutching her favorite book. Gone moments later, the briefContinue reading “She Has a Broken Thing Where Her Heart Should Be”
Heaven, My HomeAttica LockeSerpent’s Tail I approached this book with enthusiasm, having read and enjoyed Black Water Rising and Bluebird, Bluebird. I didn’t get off to a very good start as there were constant references to Bluebird, Bluebird which I just couldn’t remember. When one reads upwards of 100 books a year, it’s hard toContinue reading “Heaven, My Home”
Rapid Eye Movement (debut novel)Amanda SheridanAmazon KDP 2020 Jennifer and her husband, Ilan, are fleeing for their lives through the night in Cyprus. A high speed car crash leaves her critically injured with a head wound.Lucy steps in a rabbit hole on a hillside in Yorkshire, whilst out photographing landscapes and acquires a head injuryContinue reading “Rapid Eye Movement”
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