Chocolate Aftertaste by Liz Grace Davis

At her pre-wedding dinner, Nora Darkin, the daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur, discovers her fiancé is not the man she thought he was. As her father hoists his glass to toast them, she makes an announcement: there will be no wedding to her father’s right-hand man. Due to the fresh rift driven between her and […]

Hope’s Daughter by Mel Cusick-Jones

Life should be simple for Cassie. For the small population of Earth survivors who live on the Space Station Hope everything they do is planned and scheduled, down to the cyclical food menus, their roles in the station, even how many children they have. Despite rigid controls directing her life, Cassie feels more out of […]

meme…Friday Finds – 1

Another lovely weekly meme from http://shouldbereading.wordpress.com This week I found: I also found some great new meme events we’ll doing in the future (including this one!) Book Trailer Thursday hosted by Zowee at http://zoweesbookshelf.blogspot.co.uk/ Saturday Indie Author Spotlight hosted by Beckie @Bittersweet Enchantment & CYP @A Bookalicious Story.

Contact / Review Policy

Firstly – if you’re looking for an author interview, guest post or to feature your book trailer, then there’s the opportunity to feature in one of our weekly memes – so check out that section too and drop us an email! *    *    * REVIEW POLICY and AUTHOR FEATURES As we’re new to […]

IAM15 Guest Post…Author talk-show ‘Changes’

Today we’re pleased to welcome author Sally Ember to Indie Author Month. The experiences of every author are different – how they come to write in the first place…how their writing evolves over time…how their life experiences shape their work… Sally’s guest post is one of the most interesting and in-depth we’ve had for an […]

IAM Interview with…Dyane Forde

Today we welcome Canadian author Dyane Forde to the blog, for an interview and to hear about her books. ———————————————–     Dyane Forde’s love of writing began with an early interest in reading and of words in general. She was always amazed at how linking words together in different ways had unexpected and pleasing […]

IAM Guest Feature…A Day in the Life of an Author

To launch our Indie Author Month 2014, we’re pleased to welcome back to the blog author and satirist Michael Cargill. Regular visitors to the blog may well recognise Michael from his previous interviews and features where we’ve reviewed his books (see previous features here) – today he’s back to tell us about being an author. ———————————————– A day in the […]

IAM Guest Post…Why I Write Indie

We’re now heading into the final stretch of Indie Author Month – IAM2013. Today, we’re welcoming back author Michael Cargill to the blog; some of you will know the name from previous reviews of his books Underneath, Shades of Grey and our forthcoming review of Jake. Michael featured in our first Indie event in 2012 […]

Author Interview…with Michael Cargill

On Tuesday I reviewed Michael’s latest piece of writing and first novel Underneath – you can read the review here or my previous review of Shades of Grey. Today he’s back with us for an ‘official’ interview, which we’ve been hoping to get from him for a while…so here goes!  ———————————————– Hi Michael, welcome back […]