When a friend posted on Facebook about her birthday, asking friends whether she should party or cry, I began to think of my own impending big 4 - 0 at the end of this year. Party or cry? Which would I do? How do I actually feel about turning 40? I think on a subconscious... Continue Reading →
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ She’s done it again. It never fails to amaze me the incredible skill that Lindsay J. Pryor has for creating a world - a world that’s been in the making for a very long time. Settings and plot lines and districts and locales, full-bodied characters with enough history to fill a library. The dedication... Continue Reading →
Haven. That one word is all we need. Because today's the day that Haven - A Lowtown novel - is finally released.
The Keepers: Archer by Rae Rivers My rating: 5 of 5 stars Sienna. A powerful Beckham Witch, and her Keepers. And the forbidden feelings between Sienna... and one particular Keeper: Archer. Sienna and her Keepers (brothers Archer, Ethan and Declan) have grown up together. They're blood-bound to protect her. They'll do anything to keep her... Continue Reading →
The Writer and the Rake by Shehanne Moore My rating: 5 of 5 stars I love a bit of time travel romance, so I was looking forward to falling into this story and discovering how the two main characters would stumble across each other - or, in the heroine's case, appear in the 18th century... Continue Reading →
Can’t wait to read this book, love Lindsay Pryor’s writing 😊
*EXCITING NEWS ALERT!*
YAY!! Piatkus Fiction have let me know that paperbacks of HAVEN are now available for pre-order in the US and Canada on the following sites:
Barnes and Noble http://bit.ly/2yoeSxC
We’ve now got less than 6 weeks to go until publication day! My loyal followers here will know what that means… I sense the onset of giveaways coming VERY soon. 😉 Don’t stray too far if you don’t want to miss anything! 😍🤗
"It looks like a spider dipped its boots in an inkwell and ran all over the page." So, I'm curious. As a fellow creative, is your handwriting an illegible mess, or do you take your time perfecting the curls and flicks of your letters and words? I recently read a post on handwriting from the... Continue Reading →
A short fiction piece, for anyone who has ever struggled to find their place in the world.
Corfe Castle is as its name suggests; a castle nestled high on the hill in the village it dominates and lends its title to. As a child, on our way to Studland Bay, I’d gaze wistfully at its majestic beauty, my forehead pressed up against the window as I dreamed of lords and ladies and... Continue Reading →