Thanks so much Ari, from Ravenous for Reads, I'm honoured that you took time over Christmas to read and review Y'keta. Take a moment to check out their blog and see what they thought of the Sky Road! Ravenous for Reads The next installment of the Sky Road is taking shape and looks to be … Continue reading Y’keta gets a great review!
Visit the sleepy little town of Peace, Montana a farming community in the heart of Big Sky Country. Founded over 100 years ago, although mostly charming and friendly, an undercurrent of secrecy and danger lurks where its least expected. Peace is home to some amazing people and the folks of Peace know how to have … Continue reading Discover Peace
One of the ironies of childhood is that our first introduction to reading often comes in the form of fairy tales and myths in which magic, mysticism, fantastical creatures and mysterious realms app… Source: A Chat with Sandra Hurst
Thank you so much to Silver Dagger Scriptorium and Creative Edge (Mickey) for putting together an amazing blog tour to celebrate Y'keta's paperback launch. Over the next month I'll be making stops at all of these lovely blogs to chat, do guest posts, answer questions, and give-away amazon gift cards and signed copies of Y'keta! Kick … Continue reading Y’keta’s blog tour begins!
Time to add a new book to your TBR! I'm looking for ARC readers and reviews for my Epic Fantasy YA novel coming out on March 17.
Can Adriel serve Noctem Falls as its Unit Commander and still keep an eye out for Eva and her pregnant human cub? The answer is hilarious.
This book isn't new, and many people have read or reviewed it before me. For that reason alone I had been avoiding it. I hate going along with the 'popular current' whether in books or movies. Yesterday I broke down and finally opened the book. I was sad, hurt, happy, angry, any and all … Continue reading The Fault in our Stars
I downloaded the Kindle version of this ebook on a flyer. I normally like shifter romances and a Weremoose? Really? By the time I hit page 3 the Canadian jokes were grating, by page 5 they were annoying and by the end of the book my cheek was hurting from all the chewing I … Continue reading Taken by the Weremoose.