"Reading is like breathing in, writing is like breathing out" ~ Pam Allyn
Looking for a particular review, author or subject?
- Follow Booktalk with Eileen: Journaling a Journey — Learning the Art of Crafting a Novel on WordPress.com
Monthly Archives: February 2014
“Chasing the Star Garden was a captivating tale from the complex characters to the breathtaking world-building. Karsak’s writing has a flow and ease to it that allows the reader to slip into the worlds she creates. She made the steampunk … Continue reading
Highly Entertaining — “Ritter writes like a seasoned veteran, and you will not believe how helpful these organizational tips are!” – Gemma Halliday, New York Times Bestselling author “A delightful new cozy mystery series starring an intriguing heroine–Kate McKenzie. Twists … Continue reading
Title: Hot Rock Author: Annie Seaton Genre: Contemporary Paranormal, Time Slip Romance Published By: Entangled–Covet (February 24, 2014) Year Setting: 2014, 1971 Pages: 132, Novella ASIN: B00I6ZS6IE About the Author: Annie Seaton is busy with many writing projects. She continues … Continue reading
Title: Pleasing the Pirate A Loveswept Historical Romance Author: Sharon Cullen Genre: Historical Romance Story Setting: London, 1700’s Published by: Random House Publishing Group – Loveswept, (February 25, 2014) ASIN: B00EX48V3C Praise for the series: The Notorious Lady Anne: “Sharon … Continue reading
Purchase on Amazon Purchase on B&N Twenty-three-year-old Camryn Singer never imagined that she would return to the place where she lost everything. To grant a dying wish, she moves back to the small Jersey beach town … Continue reading
Originally posted on Ella Quinn ~ Author:
This week I have two fabulous guest authors. Today is my friend and critique partner, Lauren Smith with her Regency romance Wicked Designs. Wicked Designs is the first in a series of six, and…
The old adage don’t judge a book by its cover, should be: Don’t judge a book by its cover nor title.
I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I chose this book for three reasons, its cover, title and author. Its title Night’s Promise – that tipped me off. Oh, good, another historical romance. I got … Continue reading
HOW CAN YOU RESIST THIS HISTORICAL ROMANCE READ? Heroine talking with hero, both in disguise; the heiress Miss Katherine Wright impersonating her maid and Graham Spencer, Lord Avonleigh impersonating his valet.
“It’s said he never smiles. That he is one of the most miserable men in all of Britain and that his heart—if he has one—is the size of a pea.” She held up her thumb and index finger to show … Continue reading
“Lathan has another home run hit on her hands here. Her name is certainly solidified with what good Jane Austen fan fiction should be. If you haven’t given her novels a try, I suggest you do. Fast-paced and always full … Continue reading