Hi all, I’m taking part in a couple of blog tours this month and as part of that I’m going to share the tour banner with you all so you can go and have a look at other blogs taking part if you’re into contemporary romance. As you can see, my review and extract posts will be available on the 9th October 2017.
Bryn contacted me earlier in the year to ask if I’d review his book Entropy. I liked the premise, so here we go:
Published By: CreateSpace
Publication Date: 17th July 2017
Format: ebook and paperback available
Price: £0.99 (ebook), £12.00 (paperback)
Entropy is a speculative thriller set in the London of the very near future where the accepted political wisdoms of today have presaged the catastrophes of tomorrow.
Dylan Sharkey, a civil service desk jockey, is sucked into a revolutionary plot to bring justice to the dispossessed. His mission uncovers a foreign mole at the highest level of the British Government. Continuing his quest may cost him his life. Abandoning it would lose him his humanity.
Published By: Random House
Publication Date: 5th October 2017
Fredrik Welin is a seventy-year-old retired doctor. Years ago he retreated to the Swedish archipelago, where he lives alone on an island. He swims in the sea every day, cutting a hole in the ice if necessary. He lives a quiet life. Until he wakes up one night to find his house on fire.
Fredrik escapes just in time, wearing two left-footed wellies, as neighbouring islanders arrive to help douse the flames. All that remains in the morning is a stinking ruin and evidence of arson. The house that has been in his family for generations and all his worldly belongings are gone. He cannot think who would do such a thing, or why. Without a suspect, the police begin to think he started the fire himself.
Tackling love, loss and loneliness, After the Fire is Henning Mankell’s compelling last novel.
Source: Transphobes be so predictable.
I love Sabrina Symington’s ‘Life of Bria’ comics.
I’ve got a busy month planned for book reviews. Here goes:
- 5th October:
- Entropy, by Bryn Lucas
- After the Fire, by Henning Mankell
- 9th October
- Sun Sea and Sex, by Greta Horwood
- Review and Extract
- AuthorHouseUK blog tour
- 12th October
- Vikings: The Truth About Lagertha And Ragnar, by Rachel Tsoumbakos
- 15th October
- 18th October
- The Watcher, by Monika Jephcott Thomas
- Review and Author Spotlight
- Clink Street blog tour
- 21st Octber
- Mercer Street, by John A. Heldt
- 26th October
- Choose to Rise: The Victory Within, by M.N.Mekaelian (possibly – I’m waiting for the book to arrive)
- 30th October
- Zombie Haunted Mansion, by Zombie Outbreak Media
I work hard for you lot, you know 😀
Published By: Asia-America Connection Society
Publication Date: 28th September
Format: Available as E-book or Hardback
Price: £2.36 (Kindle E-book), £16.12 (Hardback)
An irresistible shift of global power renders awareness about global competence ever more important. Through her collection of vignettes and articles about Asia and the world, Alicia Su Lozeron brings the Asian segment onto the western stage. She aims to raise that awareness and connects the West to the East by researching and analysing facts as well as describing experiences of cross-cultural nature. Her content is compelling, and her tales, beautifully narrated.
Nothing much, I’ve finished another edit of Fire Betrayed and sent it for reading by my beta readers. It’s getting there slowly, but I want to polish it some more. I expect to be sworn at again.