There’s a little bit of book love going on ….as the cat crept in, and curled at my side, read with me, read with me, softly he sighed …
What a lovely review for this the last day of my blog tour! Thank you Jaffa (and Jo).
“In present day New York, Karen Brown’s [...]
I am thrilled out of my socks by this review from book review site Pedacinho Literário in Portugal.
Review: Wow, what a story! I don’t think I have enough good words to fully express how special this book is—at least, not yet. It’s not only spectacular—for me—because it’s part of my first ever Blog Tour, [...]
I just had to post this:
Pacy thriller with fascinating alternative history setting, 6 April 2013 By Mrs. Deborah Young “Debbie Young By Name” Amazon Verified Purchase(What is this?) This review is from: INCEPTIO (Roma Nova) (Kindle Edition)
“The boy lay in the dirt in the centre of New York’s Kew Park…”
A great opening [...]
Yesterday, INCEPTIO went to Texas. Yes, Roma Nova 1 was the guest of Jaime at ‘Because this girl loves books‘ who wrote a lively and incisive review. She said of yours truly: “she’s a natural storyteller and this fast-paced, suspense novel is the perfect example of that talent.“
After I inserted my head [...]
A tough and powerful word, but an appropriate title for C J Sansom’s new book. Famous for his Shardlake Tudor series, here Sansom brings us to 1952 in an alternate, authoritarian Britain which made peace with Hitler in 1940. Not formally occupied, Britain is nevertheless dominated by the Nazi regime. Its home-grown “milice” – a [...]