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Author & Book Alert: A Matter of Latitude by Isobel Blackthorn

Here’s my interview with the delightful James J. Cudney, in which I talk about writing, of course… This Is My Truth Now Isobel Blackthorn and her novel, A Matter of Latitude, because it has an upcoming discount that you need to know about. Isobel is...

Launching Blackthorn Book Tours

I am thrilled to announce Blackthorn Book Tours, a review-only book tour service dedicated to dark fiction. After almost a decade promoting my own novels I have a real understanding of how hard it can be sourcing reviews. I have pitched single emails to over...

Book review: Blurred Vision by Chris Botragyi

About Blurred Vision Six men wake up in a hazy room. Trying to piece together the jigsaw of how they ended up there, it becomes clear that they are being held prisoner on a spacecraft. But why were they abducted? One by one, they are dragged out...

Book review: Forever by Natalie J. Case

About Forever Born in the dawn of man’s history, Amara is neither human nor vampire and yet fully both; a killer, a child, a lover, a monster. Wandering the world, she seeks redemption and vengeance in equal measure. Discovering love in its many forms and loss...

Book review – Living on the Inner Edge: A Practical Esoteric Tale by Cyrus Ryan

book review – living on the inner edge: a practical esoteric tale by cyrus ryan
About Living on the Inner Edge: A Practical Esoteric Tale A mystical story, breaking traditional boundaries, new thought, practices, insights, and a way of knowledge. Everyone walks their own path but in the New Age of Spirituality the idea of Group Work was born from...

Book review: Stone Circle by Kate Murdoch

book review: stone circle by kate murdoch
About Stone Circle Is the Ability to Read Minds a Blessing or a Curse? When Antonius’s father dies, he must work to support his family. He finds employment as a servant in the Palazzo Ducal, home of Conte Valperga. Sixteenth-century Pesaro is a society governed by...

Book Tour Author Spotlight: Heathcliff by Sue Barnard

book tour author spotlight: heathcliff by sue barnard
About Heathcliff It would degrade me to marry Heathcliff now…” Cathy’s immortal words from Wuthering Heights change Heathcliff’s life.  At just seventeen years of age, heartbroken and penniless, he runs away to face an unknown future. Three years later, he returns – much improved in manners, appearance...

Podcast: Books That Make You Reconsider Your Perceptions On #Spirituality, The #Occult, And #NewAge Thinking

podcast: books that make you reconsider your perceptions on #spirituality, the #occult, and #newage thinking
#16 Books That Make You Reconsider Your Perceptions On Spirituality, The Occult, And New Age Thinking https://www.booksthatmakeyou.com/16-books-that-make-you-reconsider-your-perceptions-on-spirituality-the-occult-and-new-age-thinking-isobel-blackthorn/ “What is new age thinking, or spirituality, or the occult for that matter? Some religions consider the occult to be quite bad, demonic and evil. They have even taken...

Book review: Burning Crowe by Geoff Smith

About Burning Crowe Two teenagers, both alike in indignity. Will they be civil? Or will there be blood? Bartholomew Crowe is 18 years old. His dad dead, and deserted by his stepmother, he’s running seriously low on justice. And when he is hired to find a...

Book review: The Pale by Clare Rhoden

book review: the pale by clare rhoden
About The Pale The Outside can be a dangerous place. But so can the inside. It’s been years since the original cataclysm, but life has been structured, peaceful, and most of all uneventful in the Pale. The humachine citizens welcome the order provided by their ruler, the...