BOOK REVIEW: WE HIDE WHAT WE HATE ABOUT OURSELVES by MELODY FINCH

The Blurb: Annabelle Riley invites you to join her on a rocky journey to happiness, that will make you laugh and cry along the way. Annabelle has discovered that hiding what she hates about herself has caused damage to those she loves most. Behind a sunshine smile, she has been hiding a mental health issue … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: WE HIDE WHAT WE HATE ABOUT OURSELVES by MELODY FINCH

BOOK REVIEW: LAYLA’S SONG by PAUL McCRACKEN

The Blurb: Michael is a family man, working long hours to provide for his family. Things take a dark turn when he and his family are subject to a series of threatening and intimidating phone calls, claiming Michael is not who he says he is. One night, when Michael is out, his home is attacked … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: LAYLA’S SONG by PAUL McCRACKEN

Review: State of War by Iain Kelly

Delighted to receive a fantastic review from Laurie Bell on her blog SolotheFirst, for my latest novel 'State Of War'. Do check out her reviews of all the books in 'The State' trilogy and the books as well. About the Book The State is at war at home and abroad. While the global First Strike … Continue reading Review: State of War by Iain Kelly

BOOK REVIEW: WHITE FIRE by LAURIE BELL

The Blurb: Sure, Agent Toni Delle has trust issues. Mate, her canine robot partner and Zach, her attitude-enabled shipboard Computer Intelligence Interface constantly tell her that – but as she told them, that was because of The Smuggler. She would have refused her new mission altogether if it wasn’t for the insane amount of money... … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: WHITE FIRE by LAURIE BELL