Cover Reveal! Out of Sorts Aphrodite by S.E. Babin

I am delighted to be part of the cover reveal for S.E. Babin’s Out of Sorts Aphrodite! Out of Sorts Aphrodite is the second book in The Naughty Goddess Chronicles series.

Release date is TBD.

After the debacle with Eris, Abby has settled into her new life. She’s living in tentative peace with Artie and Keto and beginning to deal with the new powers thrust upon her after her last battle. Everything appears to be fine until Ares shows up in her bed one morning and appeals to Abby for help.

Someone has stolen the Sword of God, a priceless relic allowing the wielder to control the world. But that’s not all. A monstrous, ancient being has awakened sending Olympus into panic mode and Abby scrambling to figure out who’s behind it all. Once again she gets caught up in politics and danger, but this time, the stakes are higher. Her friends are keeping deadly secrets and the most obvious villain may not be so evil after all. Will Abby figure the puzzle out in time, or will this be the time the power hungry Olympian gods win?

S.E.S.E. Babin has a passion for writing books with a paranormal twist. Whether it’s romance or mystery, she loves taking the norm and turning it into the extraordinary. Her love of reading turned into a curious exploration to see whether or not she could write her own novel. Beginning with random, terrible poetry and a slightly popular reimagining of Beowulf’s Grendel in her high school English class, Sheryl spent way too much time in the library, killing any chance of her becoming a cheerleader or anything even remotely cool. Find her on Facebook at or over on Twitter @hungrybiblio. She loves to hear from readers!

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Cover reveal for Holly Martin with The Prophecy Book 2

The Prophecies, Book 2 of The Sentinel Series by Holly Martin will be published on October 1st, a week today and here is the stunning cover.




And here’s the blurb:

The world is a big place, will Eve really be the one to save it?

Eve grows stronger and more powerful every day as she strives to ensure she is ready to face her destiny. But some of her gifts are unwelcome.  Eve’s visions of the future become darker and those she loves are in terrible danger. But when her actions result in tragedy, Eve is called before The Oraculum, the council that created her

When she is summoned to their castle she becomes aware of a rift between the council members that not only could endanger her life, but could put the whole planet at risk. Would The Oraculum really turn against her and risk everything?

But in the darkness, a light burns bright. Her love for Seth is stronger than any of her powers.

But as she battles against a new threat, can she really forsake those closest to her in order to save the world?  Will everyone Eve loves survive?

The Sentinel, Book 1 of the series is only 77p/99c so if you haven’t read it yet you can download it here

Cover reveal! Damsel in Distress by Kristina O’Grady

I’m excited to reveal Kristina O’Grady’s cover for Damsel in Distress with you today! It’s so gorgeous and I can’t wait to read it! Check the post for blurb and pre-order links!

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A chance meeting that could scandalise the ton!

19th century England. Harriet is running for her life, chased by three men on horseback through Hyde Park. Knocked unconscious, everything goes black…

Philip, Baron Eaglestone, has never seen such a beautiful damsel in distress. And he’s even more intrigued when she opens her eyes, and begins to speak. Because this irresistible woman can only remember her first name, and has no knowledge as to who was trying to kill her… or where she is!

As Philip cares for Harriet, their attraction burns… and neither can shake the feeling that their chance meeting was truly a moment out of time. But if her memory returns, Harriet will be faced with a question. Will she return home or could it be that family is where her heart is – with a Regency rake!


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A bittersweet goodbye

As you may have seen yesterday, with the help of so many wonderful blogger friends, we revealed the cover for Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café. It’s the third and final book in the Gingerbread Café series, and I was feeling a little sad about saying goodbye to Lil, and CeeCee, my fictional characters. It’s been a huge year for them, and also for me personally. We’ve all had extreme highs, and plenty of lows, and it’s all kind of come full circle…

I had so many people message me, saying they’ll miss them too, and that they felt like they were losing old friends, which is exactly how I felt. And it touched me, that people think of the girls like that. When I signed with Carina UK almost a year ago, I didn’t expect that the books would do so well, or that people would read them and find comfort in them. I don’t know what I really expected.

As the year has gone on, I’ve made countless friends, from bloggers who I cherish, to readers who are so amazingly supportive, the Carina UK authors, and a host of people online who I truly love. I feel like I owe so many people for their help. It’s so appreciated, and it’s one of the reasons the books have been seen by so many, so thank you.

I really hope I’ve done the girls justice in wrapping up their year. I sincerely hope I’ve left them in good place, and that they go on okay without me. I’ll miss them, fictional or not, in my mind they are real people, with real struggles just like everyone else.

Like life, it’s not all rainbows and butterflies this Christmas in  Ashford. There’s sadness too. But that’s the fabric of life, and when you have a friend like CeeCee or Lil, you know no matter what, you can get past anything given enough time.

Thank you to everyone that has become a friend over the last year. My life is better for knowing you all, and I hope you enjoy the last instalment of the Gingerbread Café series.

You may also be interested to know I’ve started the next book, and already, I’ve fallen for the main character, Clay. So all is not lost. I may have just found a different character to cling to, and I hope you’ll like him too.

Here is the cover for those who might have missed it yesterday.

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Cover reveal for Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Cafe

Cover Reveal

Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café

Released October 15th


Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Cafe

You are invited to the wedding of the year!

Snow is falling thick and fast outside the Gingerbread Café and inside, its owner Lily is planning the wedding of the year. Her wedding! She never dreamt it would happen, but this Christmas, she’ll be marrying the man of her dreams – in a Christmas-card-perfect ceremony!

The gingerbread is baking, the dress is fitted and the mistletoe’s in place – for once, everything’s going to plan. That is until her mother-in-law arrives… Suddenly, Lily’s famous cool is being tested like never before and her dream wedding is crumbling before her eyes.

In the blink of a fairylight, the Gingerbread Café has been thrown into chaos! Lily thought she had this wedding wrapped up, but with so much to do before she says ‘I do’, can Lily get to the church on time – and make this Christmas sparkle after all?

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Guest author blog: Rebecca Raisin on her dream bookshop, and win £100 of National Book Tokens!


What does your dream bookshop look like?

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Rebecca Raisin

Reading is a magical past-time for me. You can pry open the cover of a book and be transported to a foreign land, with evocative scents, and vivid scenery. Or be taken to a different planet, a different era.

Books have always been my go-to place when I’ve needed comfort or escape – there they are, like the most stoic friend. And like so many bookworms, I’ve always imagined paradise as owning a tiny little bookshop, one slightly off the beaten track.

My dream bookshop isn’t shiny, and it’s not new.

It’s almost sepia, it’s so dimly lit.

The old wooden floors creak with age, and are bowed from decades of foot traffic. Books snake precariously up from the floor, are double stacked on shelves, and wherever we can find room. Every book deserves its place, whether it’s a novel missing its cover, or a textbook with dog-eared pages…

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A must read! The Night Porter by Mark Barry!

When I happened upon this book on sale today I had to share it with you! I read it a few months ago, and it’s still with me today! I absolutely loved it, so I thought I’d share the blurb, and buy links with you. It’s such a bargain, and such an amazing book! Take a look :) untitled


The Night Porter by Mark Barry


About the book:

Set in a hotel, in November, in the fictional town of Wheatley Fields, (based on Southwell, near Nottinghamshire, deep in Sherwood Forest). Four writers, all nominated for an upcoming awards ceremony, come to stay. One mega successful romance author, a top US thriller writer who sells in seven figures, a beautiful young YA tyro on the brink of world wide stardom… …and a degenerate, nasty, bitter, jealous, trollish, drunken (but brilliant), self-published contemporary fiction author. The Night Porter is instructed by a secretive and powerful awards committee to look after their EVERY need, to ensure they make it through the two weeks to attend the ceremony. At the same time as keeping an eye on their wishes, antics, fights, relationships and never-ending ego explosions. And trying desperately to avoid getting involved himself. It’s a comedy drama about writers (and Night Porters!) with twists and turns, nooks and crannies, shadows and mirrors. I don’t think you will see an Indie published book like this anywhere in Cyberspace. Probably not a tradpubbed one either. It casts a sometimes shadowy light on modern publishing, the writing business – and the people in it. Writers who like to read about writers and writing will enjoy the book as will readers who enjoy innovative, clever and multi-layered fiction.

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SALE! The Bookshop on the Corner…

The Bookshop on the Corner has been picked up for a sale across all platforms and all countries! The month ahead is going to be packed with character quizzes and competitions to celebrate reading and our love of books!


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I look forward to discussing your favourite books, and what books mean to you!

Here is Becca from Becca’s books reading a snippet of Chapter one!