. Today's Author Spotlight is on Assaph Mehr, author of Murder In Absentia. Book Blurb A young man is found dead in his bed, with a look of extreme agony on his face and strange tattoos all over his body. His distraught senator father suspects foul play, and knows who to call on. Enter Felix... Continue Reading →
I recently read and reviewed two fantastic books by Author Mary Anne Yarde, and I was fortunate enough to entice her to stop by for a natter! Mary Anne Yarde is the Award Winning author of the International Best Selling Series — The Du Lac Chronicles. Set a generation after the fall of King Arthur,... Continue Reading →
.. The Du Lac Devil: Book 2 of The Du Lac Chronicles By Mary Yarde War is coming to Saxon Briton. As one kingdom after another falls to the savage might of the High King, Cerdic of Wessex, only one family dares to stand up to him — The Du Lacs. Budic and Alden Du... Continue Reading →
. Du Lac Chronicles Book 1 By Mary Anne Yarde “An evocative, timeless saga of love and betrayal” Tony Riches, author of The Tudor Trilogy. “It is dangerous to become attached to a du Lac. He will break your heart, and you will not recover.” So prophesies a wizened healer to Annis, daughter of King... Continue Reading →
. Character spotlights are a marvelous innovation, at least in my book(nvolume). What better way, after all, to discover the nuances and little-known secrets our favourite characters conceal? By offering glimpses into the lives of characters, I hope to not only intrigue readers with tidbits of information they may not be able to glean from the... Continue Reading →
. . Obsession. Treachery. Revenge. Redemption. Certain themes resonate across the centuries. In ninth-century Ireland, Selia is a girl on the verge of womanhood, frustrated by the confines of her gender and resentful of the freedom her brother boasts of. Intelligent and resourceful in a time when neither is valued in a female, she longs... Continue Reading →
Compelling, Adventurous and Heart-warming, this is one of those stories that should be required reading.