Review – So Far Away by Nell Iris

So Far Away is a lovely story about a situation a lot of people will really resonate with, especially this last year and a half. The irony is, Zak and Julian aren’t far away at all, but living on each other’s doorsteps, unable to be together because of a worldwide pandemic – Covid isn’t mentionedContinue reading “Review – So Far Away by Nell Iris”

Featured Book and New Release: Wendy Rathbone

I’m delighted to welcome author Wendy Rathbone to my blog to celebrate the release of her new book, Trust No Alpha! Below are the blurb and book links, as well as a special link to her Facebook Trust No Alpha Release Party. If you want to find out more about Wendy, AND meet some pretty coolContinue reading “Featured Book and New Release: Wendy Rathbone”

Book Review: When Heaven Strikes by F.E. Feeley Jr

I was scared to read this one at first. The striking image on the front cover hinted at a plot concerning wild weather, but I could have been wrong. It could have been an allegory for the chaos that religious fervour can wreak on innocent lives. What if I was disappointed? Turns out, it isContinue reading “Book Review: When Heaven Strikes by F.E. Feeley Jr”

Book review: King Of The Storm by B.A. Brock

Don’t be put off by the “Book One,” subtitle. This is a standalone story, told in the first person by Perseus himself. Oh Perseus! You are a total fox, with an innate ability to stumble into trouble. The Perils of Perseus, perhaps? Lightning bolts from his talented fingers don’t save this young man from gettingContinue reading “Book review: King Of The Storm by B.A. Brock”

I identify as someone who listens, and takes heed when necessary

The original title of this post was “The Only Time In History When ‘A Woman Should Know Her Place” really does apply.” A couple of people have informed me that they found this title degrading, so I’ve changed it, and apologise for the offence caused. Just putting this here to save me the effort of explainingContinue reading “I identify as someone who listens, and takes heed when necessary”