Coming June 2018

Coming June 2018

Two Great Interviews!

Coming in June, two great interviews with two great authors. Be sure to check them out –

 On June 4th – Vanessa Ravel

Author of the brilliant and surreal Gothic Horror FOUR O’CLOCK ALICE – 

A little girl. An ancient enemy. A shared past.

Alice Davies wouldn’t hurt a fly, but death seems to follow her everywhere. And as the body count rises, people in Dolwicke start to whisper.

Little do they know, Alice is the least of their worries.

A diabolical entity lurks in the shadows, finding nourishment in the ravages of war and plague. The insidious being also hungers for Alice, who is safe so long as she obeys the mysterious four o’clock curfew imposed by her parents.

But she’s a curious girl.

Desperate to uncover the truth behind her predicament, Alice embarks on a frightening journey of self-discovery that will lead her to face an ancient enemy and to discover a world she not only belongs in, but where she reigns supreme.

If you like ancient myths and portal fantasies, you’ll love this surreal tale that will pull you down the rabbit hole for the adventure of a lifetime.

Takes you by surprise and leaves you wanting more. A captivating read unlike anything I’ve ever read before! – Ingrid Foster


June 18th – Kevin Ansbro 

Author of the exciting, exotic and intensely captivating KINNARA –

“Sawat, I want to go into the water…”

Phuket, Thailand, seemed to be the perfect getaway choice for twenty-two-year-old Calum Armstrong:

What he saw, and did, on that holiday proves to have far-reaching consequences; not only for himself, but also for those closest to him.

In Germany, uncompromising Frankfurt detective, Otto Netzer, is leading the manhunt for a brutal serial killer who preys on heavily-pregnant women…

Neither Calum, nor the killer, yet realise that their destiny lies in the hands of a mythical creature who resides beneath the turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea.

Intriguing and exotic, Kevin Ansbro’s novel explores how our actions can come back to haunt us in the most unexpected ways.

A unique blend of old world mythology and new world travel. Ansbro skillfully enables the reader to feel and relate to the gentle and caring Thai people as they experience the monster tsunami that all but levels Phuket. – Ingrid Foster


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