This week’s playlist

This is what I have been mostly listening to this week. Turn up the base lol… Alex Clare: Too Close Alex Clare: Damn your eyes Fall Out Boy: My songs know what you did in the dark Example: Changed the Way You Kiss Me Eminem ft Rihanna: Love the Way You Lie Linkin Park: In…

The soundtrack of my imagination

If you’ve ever read any of my books you’ll know that music is a big thing to me. My characters will often have soundtracks to the most difficult or rewarding parts of their lives. I think music is almost as unique as fragrance in the way it can take you instantly back to a time…

Review – This Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas

This Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas 3* – USE THE DAMN SPELL CHECK!! I really wanted to like this book. It had so many excellent reviews and I liked the fact that it was set in the UK. So much erotica is from the States and, while that’s no bad thing, there’s some peculiar part…

Author interview with C E Rowe

Most of you won’t know Claire. She has yet to publish her debut novel but has been a faithful writing buddy of mine since last year and is a fellow founding member of Team Squirrel (Go Team Squirrel!). She has a couple of projects ongoing at the moment and I’m hoping that she’ll finish a…

Review – The Black Jewel Trilogy by Anne Bishop

The Black Jewel trilogy by Anne Bishop You will notice there is no star rating on this review. That’s because I finished it a week ago and I still can’t decide how I feel about it. It’s as dark as they come (and then a shade blacker), but woven through it are brightly spun strands…

Review – Poughkeepsie by Debra Anastasia

Poughkeepsie by Debra Anastasia 3* – made of glass Straight up, this is a weird review. I finished this book with really mixed feelings, but I genuinely would encourage other people to read it, particularly you Lizzie if you’re reading this. It’s a story about 3 very damaged souls who just needed one woman to…

Review – Loving You (A Cowboy Romance) by Mae Martini

Loving You by Mae Martini 2* – needs serious editing This book was so bad it actually made me snigger for all the wrong reasons. The writing style is incredibly juvenile, with misspelt words, wrong usage of words and long, rambling sentences that sometimes didn’t even make sense. The tense jumps about all over the…