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Blood Shackles (Rebel Vampires Volume 2)

‘London’s not yours.’
I stiffened. ‘The Lost have walked these streets as long as you humans,’ I whispered, low and intense, ‘which makes them ours, as much as yours.’
I might as well have clouted you. You drew back, with a shiver. ‘You hunt here – parasitically. But England? The world? It belongs to us. You’re just…’
‘Parasites?’ I offered. You didn’t even have the decency to look away Read more »

Blood Dragons

It made me feel like loving Ruby would be the death of me, even as I lived for being close to her. We relished breathing the same air. Draining the same First Lifers. Shagging and hurting, until we knew each other’s bodies the same as our own. All was nothing outside our love. It smashed on us. Broke on us. We savaged it. Together we screamed at the world and when we had the world by the throat, the world screamed back Read more »

Auntie Bertie and the Flying Circus Mouse – with a colour therapy twist!

I think that sometimes I enjoy bedtime stories more than my little ones do.
Beautiful large books with colourful illustrations and a lovely story. Stories that transport my little ones minds to another place another time.
When these stories have meanings and also help mould the minds of children then that is an excellent book.
Esther Loftus Gough writes beautifully illustrated books for children with a colour therapy twist. Colour therapy is all about meanings through colours and very interesting Read more »

My Father’s Son: a Memoir

“My earliest memory is of a gun.” That gun was in his father’s hand – and it was pointed at his mother’s head. John Davis grew up in the 1970s and ‘80s on the rough streets of Brooklyn, a place where no one thought twice when parents smacked around their kids—or each other. At the Read more »

Flower Children by Brigitte Brocato

  Once upon a time, far away from the noise of the big city, there was a lovely magical garden. In this magical garden was a big apple tree with butterflies fluttering, ladybugs climbing on flowers and leaves, and many other little creatures. In this magical garden lived the most beautiful flower girls in all Read more »

Take the Pilgrim Road

America was in the throes of a malignancy. Unemployment made up a quarter of the population, and a merciless group of corporatists had a death grip over the American government. Programs to help the poor and unemployed were consolidated into a single program, designed to end social services for those who needed them the most. The American dream of a steady job, house, good schools, and few worries, was replaced by the dream of getting rich Read more »

I Dare you to Write by Rochelle Shapiro

I Dare You to Write by Rochelle Jewel Shapiro

  BUY THIS E-BOOK Amazon Barnes & Noble   Consider I DARE YOU TO WRITE: First Aids, Warm Comforts, Sparking Advice for the Journey Ahead by Rochelle Jewel Shapiro, author of Miriam the Medium and award-winning indie, Kaylee’s Ghost, as one of your writing chums in the solitary act of writing, a go-to for inspiration, support, Read more »

The Rat-boys of Karalabad by Zulfiqar Rashid

The Rat-boys of Karalabad by Zulfiqar Rashid

BUY THIS E-BOOK     Amazon Link   After learning that his parents are not only alive but living only a few hours away in the city, Omar, the heir to the ancient shrine of Karalabad, decides to meet them, risking his very life as he sneaks from under the watchful eye of Pir Sahib, Read more »

The Marbella Project by Nigel James

When former SAS soldier Dan Green’s son is brutally murdered by the Russian Mafia in Puerto Banus on the Costa del Sol and the Spanish police seem powerless to act, he decides to take the law into his own hands. He recruits a former comrade and the two of them embark on a revenge mission as Dan vows to bring down the family which controls organised crime along the coast.
The bullets fly and the body count rises in this high octane thriller as Dan and his colleague attack the family and its interests while the family uses all its resources to track them down. The action switches from Spain to Moscow to London and then back to Spain as both sides become increasingly desperate.
Will Dan achieve his objective or will his luck run out as the two sides chase each other across Europe…..
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Chronicles of Revenge

North is a natural killer and leader; the best the UK has seen in or out of the military. He has the senses of a wild animal and extraordinary skills with just about any weapon. His other unusual skills include accelerated healing abilities due to a regenerating injection for Zartanium poisoning after an attempt on his life at a young age, and a one hundred percent photographic memory, plus the ability to move without any sound, which for a man of his height and build is amazing, and years of military training Read more »