Author Interview: Meet Nick Haskins Author of Betrayed

                  ULM: What other books have you written beside Betrayed? Apart from Betrayed, I have written three other books: On the Edge of Heat (African-American/Urban Fiction – 2011). Jamal (African-American/Erotica – 2012). My Husband’s Wife (African-American/Urban Fiction – 2013). ULM: When did you first start to write

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Stillwaters by Yvonne Anderson

A girl survives childhood abuse, joins the military, and finds love. This is a hard-to-categorise science fiction. Written as a biography in first person, it follows one girl’s life as she recovers from a miserable childhood and finds a place in the world. Which isn’t Earth, though some aspects seem rather familiar. She joins the

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Waiting On Wednesday: Titan Books

This is a weekly post was originally hosted by Breaking The Spine but has since moved over to Wishful Endings and transformed into Can’t Wait Wednesday. All you have to do is share a release you are looking forward to in the coming months and then link it back to Wishful Endings. This week I am sharing quite a……

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Review: The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews

                  Synopsis: From the New York Times bestselling author of The Weekenders comes a delightful new novel about new love, old secrets, and the kind of friendship that transcends generations. When ninety-nine-year-old heiress Josephine Bettendorf Warrick summons attorney Brooke Trappnell to her 20,000 acre barrier island home,

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Terri and the Fungal Army

This is my third novel, and as you might guess, it’s comic fantasy. I started writing this book as a sort of Terry Pratchett tribute, as he’s one of my favourite authors. Not aiming to copy his style, only to channel how I felt about his books into a very random, daft fantasy story with

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