Tag Archives: SFF

#BookReview – PRINCE OF DREAMS by Pippa DaCosta – Messenger Chronicles #4 #SFF #Paranormal

Continuing to catch up on my reading, I’m also catching up on my reviews. I recently shared my review for book #3 in the Messenger Chronicles: The Nightshade’s Touch, and mentioned that it grabbed me so completely I bought the next one as soon as I got off the aircraft where I’d been reading. Here […]

#BookReview – The Nightshade’s Touch by Pippa DaCosta #SFF #Paranormal

Time to catch up with another review… Fae in space – awesome! A truly masterful mix of fantasy and SF, with a slow-burn reverse harem at its heart. This one is for Book #3 in The Messenger Chronicles by Pippa DaCosta – see my reviews of the previous books: Shoot the Messenger Game of Lies […]

#BookReview – GAME OF LIES (Messenger Chronicles #2) by Pippa DaCosta #SFF

I’m writing this review as I get ready to GO ON HOLIDAY!!! Can’t wait, though it does mean I won’t be around to post much for the next few weeks – goodness knows, I’ve earned the break, even though I love both of my jobs. We are heading off to tour the Inner Hebrides, so […]

#BookReview – SHOOT THE MESSENGER by Pippa DaCosta #SFF #paranormal

I read this book back in March while having a bit of a hiatus from reviewing, so this is another catch up that deserved better from me – a totally breathless, excellent read. Book 2 is on my Kindle and #3 will be along shortly. Can’t wait!   Shoot the Messenger by Pippa DaCosta My […]

#SFF book bonanza – #Free books in #KU

Are you in KU? The site, DISCOVER SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY BOOKS has brought together a selection of  SFF books that are enrolled in KU, including one of mine – Desprite Measures It even offers the link for you to sign up for a 30 day FREE trial of KU, well worth it if you are […]

How do you compile a successful anthology? (And a special offer…)

I ask this question, because it wasn’t something I’d considered before we started work on THE WORLD AND THE STARS. If it is to be a collection of all your own work, then it’s not so complicated. But for a multi-author compilation? Just where do you start? A theme works well, if you start out […]