— Fafi’s book reviews

Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is the third book in the Under the Never Sky trilogy, and as a conclusion to the story, it did not dissapoint. I have no Idea why I’ve had such low expectations for this series from the day I started the […]

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Interview with Christine Campbell — cicampbellblog

Originally posted on Elizabeth Hein – Scribbling In The Storage Room: It’s my pleasure to welcome Christine Campbell to the Storage Room today. Rusty Gold, the third book in her Reluctant Detective Series, was released yesterday so it’s a real treat to talk with her today. Christine and I write in the same genre and tend…

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Guest Author – Helen MacKinven: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle — The Literary Sofa

Today it’s a huge pleasure to welcome Scottish author Helen MacKinven back to the Literary Sofa on publication of her second novel Buy Buy Baby. It’s only eight months since her previous visit with Talk of the Toun, but I’ll leave Helen to tell you that story, which mirrors my own in various uncanny ways. Helen […]

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Historical Porto and its Role in the Peninsular War, by Alicia Quigley — Kathryn Kane — Romance

Romance author, Alicia Quigley, has just released her newest Regency romance, Lady, Lover Smuggler, Spy. This story is the third in her series about the loves of the Arlingby family. The heroine in Alicia’s most recent Regency romance was a soldier’s wife during the Peninsular War, much of which took place in Portugal. Alica has […]

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