Book Review: Grave Peril

Dear friends and readers,
Karen Johnson’s review of ‘Grave Peril’ (The Dresden Files, #3) might lead to a new book for your TBR list – as it is now on mine. 🙂

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Grave Peril (The Dresden Files #3)

byJim Butcher(Author), James Marsters(Narrator)
The story just gets better and better as it moves along. Though each book is basically a standalone, the story is advanced every time because we always know what has happened before. They are also always at least a year or two after. Every book introduces new characters who Harry gets to interact with and maybe become friends with. The world that they live in is our world with the only twist being that the fantastic and mystical exists, and who wouldn’t want that.

The barrier between reality and the never-never is thinning. Ghosts are coming through and causing a lot of trouble in Chicago and people still do not believe. Harry has been invited to attend Bianca’s elevation in rank within the Red Court of Vampires. While Harry did not consider going the invitation was…

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New Release

Dear friends and readers,
Enjoy Frances Evesham’s fourth story in the Exham on Sea series!

Frances Evesham Mystery Writer

Murder at the Cathedral

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The respectable ladies of the Knitters’ Guild plan a surprise for the cathedral city. The surprise isn’t meant to include murder…

Besides, the last thing Libby Forest needs is another murder inquiry. She’s already struggling with the demands of her cake and chocolate business and trying to understand Mandy the Goth’s strange behaviour. Max urges her to make a difficult decision and Bear, the enormous sheepdog, causes havoc in the gentle surroundings of the beautiful, tiny cathedral city.

Libby vows to resist the temptation to investigate a sudden death in the cathedral, until her friend Angela falls under suspicion…

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Love murder mysteries, cosy crime, dogs, crafts and chocolate? You’ll enjoy this instalment in a fun series of mysteries, set in a small English seaside town in Somerset, full of quirky charm and eccentric inhabitants, with a female protagonist torn between her independence and a…

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Write by the Beach – an inspiring writing conference in Brighton April 2017

Write by the Beach – an inspiring writing conference in Brighton April 2017

“Write by the Beach” – writing conference in Brighton – April 2017

BRIDGET WHELAN writer

Bigger, better with TWO DAYS OF EXPERT WORKSHOPS plus a GUARANTEED ONE-TO-ONE with one of 15 brilliant agents and publishers,  Write by the Beach is back.

angel-house-hoveOrganised by the Beach Hut Writing Academy – in the gorgeous Angel House, right by Brighton beach –  this conference gives you inspiration, ideas, publishing know-how and the chance to network with industry professionals. Oh, and delicious food! Whether you write novels, radio drama, short stories or TV scripts, there’s something for you.

“Professional and passionate. Makes me want to go home and finish that novel.”  C.B. Write by the Beach 2016

Full disclousure, I’m chair of Beach Hut Writing Academy (very much a titular position I can assure you. I think I was last one out of the room) and will be running a workshop on memoir and life writing. So, you may think I’m slightly biased. Not a bit of it! Last…

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