“Dramatic and Intriguing”

I never get tired of reading reviews for my books. Whether they are good or bad (and luckily mine have been mostly good), the opinions of the reviewers can always teach you something. Their insights into my work have helped me to hone my writing and make my books better.

Today, the wonderful Emma Biddulph reviews Heart Search, book two: Found as part of the Heart Search: Betrayal blog tour. Last week she reviewed book one, Heart Search: Lost (here’s a link in case you missed it), and next week will bring her series of reviews to its climax as she tackles Betrayal. Click here to see what she thinks of it.

I thought it would also be good to remind you a little about the story so here is the book trailer for Heart Search: Found.

 

In addition, the lovely Sonya Alford features a blinding excerpt on her blog from Heart Search: Betrayal. Click here to see what’s occurring.

Don’t forget, you only have one day left to enter the competition to win a FREE eBook of Betrayal. Check out this post for details http://wp.me/p1UhOl-1Q0

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Great Balls of Fire

I have to say, yesterday didn’t quite go as planned. One of the two scheduled posts went live, but the other one didn’t. I kept waiting and waiting, but by the time midnight rolled around, I was too shattered to check anymore and went to bed.

So today I’m combining two days in one post. What has she got in store for us I hear you ask. Lots including a competition, is my reply.

First there is an excerpt posted by the lovely Joy Keeney. Someone discovers they have a new gift and to say it’s explosive is an understatement. Click here to see what it is and who’s got it.

Secondly, we have an interview with my friend and fellow author at Myrddin Publishing, Rachel Tsoumbakos. She’s just released a new book called Unremembered Things, which I’m reading at the moment, so you’ll be seeing my review on this soon. It was fun to go ‘down under’ and visit Rachel again. Click here to read more.

Thirdly, my friend and the person who made virtually all the fantastically gorgeous items for my giveaway, Sarah-Jane Bird (Made by Birdies), and the amazing trailer for the book, posts her review of Heart Search: Betrayal. Click here to see if she loved it or hated it.

Here’s a reminder of that amazing trailer:

There might be a fourth post to add to the list, but I’m waiting for the time difference to catch up to find out. That’s the only problem when you have people in different time zones, however, I wouldn’t have it any other way, especially with those people who have been with me ever since Heart Search: Lost was first launched. I count everyone of those people my friends and am eternally grateful for all the help and support they’ve given me along the way.

Now for the competition. Just to see if you’ve been paying attention – who was the first person to give Heart Search: Betrayal a 5-star review during the blog tour. All the correct entrants names will be put into a randomizer and one person will receive a free eBook of Heart Search: Betrayal. Deadline for entries is midday GMT on 18th Feb.

Now don’t forget to enter the Giveaway if you haven’t done so already. Here’s the link in case you missed it before.

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Remember, you could win things like this:

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Wednesday Teaser & Freebie Alert

We really are on countdown now, aren’t we? Only three days before Heart Search: Betrayal hits the virtual shelves. As part of the celebrations, I’m making Heart Search: Lost ebook FREE on Amazon for 7th-8th Feb ONLY. So if you haven’t read it yet (and why haven’t you? Lol) or know someone who wants to read it, please pass the word around. All they need to do is click the cover image in the side bar for quickness and it will take them straight to it.

I’m giving you a nice gentle teaser today, after the blood-soaked one from yesterday, and I’ll see what I can come up with for Thursday. In the meantime, here it is…

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