Saturday, April 29, 2017

These Blue Genes never go out of style!


Take the plunge with Beth Parker and be ready to fall headfirst Into the blue …
“I promise. Wherever you are, Beth, I will always be with you," ~ Ayden
Blue Genes is the continuation of the bestselling trilogy, The Story of Us.

 Handsome, media magnate, Ayden Stone came into Beth Parker’s life like a bolt out of the blue, introducing her to an extravagant lifestyle filled with promises, new experiences and sensual pleasures. Possessed by love, they have fulfilled a childhood dream to be man and wife, believing nothing can come between them ‘until death us do part.’

Having been tortured by tragic events involving angels and demons from their past, these star-crossed lovers are ready to start a new chapter in their lives. Now, family comes first.
But which family?

Time is running out! Difficult decisions must be made that will stretch their fated bond to its very limit. Unforeseen enemies are conspiring and about to test the very foundation of their relationship: trust.

Blue Genes is an emotional, adult fairy-tale that transcends the ordinary: a sensual, suspense filled story overflowing with love, laughter and a longing for a happy ever after.
But sometimes, longing just isn’t enough …

Want to try on Blue Genes?  Here is the link to Sydney Jamesson's website: 

And what do I do for an encore? How about a free book?

Follow any of these links to download Touch Stone for Play - the first book in The Story of Us Series: 

Amazon: bit.ly/AmazonTSFP
iTunes: bit.ly/iTunesTSFP
Nook: bit.ly/NookTSFP
Google Play: bit.ly/GoogleTSFP
Kobo: bit.ly/KoboTSFP
Amazon US: bit.ly/TSFPUSA
Amazon UK: bit.ly/TSFPGBR
Amazon AU: bit.ly/TSFPAUST
Amazon CA: bit.ly/TSFPCAN

Saturday, April 22, 2017

What's free on Kindle? Plenty on Kindle Free Books!

Kindle Free Books

Do you want to download a classic thriller, like The Thirty-Nine steps? Or do you want to give an unknown indie author a try? I've got a website for you and it is user friendly for people out side of the United Kingdom, too.

Here is the website:
 http://www.kindlefreebooks.co.uk/2011/02/welcome-to-kindle-free-books.html

And here is the Twitter link: https://twitter.com/kindlefreebook

Happy downloading!

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Catching up with Lady Justice!


Lady Justice has been busy since I last blogged about her. What's this about a spy and a killer clown?

Walt and his senior sidekicks match wits with a killer clown, and an assassin hired by Big Pharma to murder a holistic physician working on a cure for cancer.
    Things were going bad when a mysterious government spy appeared to save the day, but this spy had an ulterior motive, and it involved a member of Walt’s entourage.
    Chemtrails, conspiracies, and clowns are a recipe for disaster, but Walt and Lady Justice prevail.


And for you cat lovers...The Kindle download is free April 20-24:
http://amzn.to/2ohYCJ3


A treasure hunter is murdered and his discovery is stolen.
    Members of a terrorist cell which have plans for a devastating attack, recognize Sara Savage, a retired CIA operative, kidnap her, and hold her for ransom.
    And who does Lady Justice send to help private investigator Walt Williams save the day?
    Clarence the Cat!
    Walt forms an uneasy alliance with the feline crime fighter to solve the mysteries and bring the bad guys to justice.
    It’s a laugh a minute as Walt spars with his new furry partner and the forces of evil.

And - the books are autographed by Bob himself!

Click here for the Lady Justice series and Rainbow Road children's books: 



Saturday, April 8, 2017

Reflecting on the author and the book - The Magic Mirror in the media!

The Magic Mirror by [Askham, Roy]


Roy Ashkam, author of the illustrated YA book The Magic Mirror, is the subject of an Australian  news article. This article is about Roy's boyhood in post-war England and starting a new life in Australia. As they say over there, have a look.

Link: http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/4582757/the-magic-mirror-reflecting-on-a-life/

What is his book about? 

Abigail has a chance to go back in time and undo her bad deeds from the past. She is an old recluse who has used magic to hurt people. This magic mirror offers her the chance to be young and beautiful again if she goes on this journey. She jumps at the chance, but only for reasons of vanity. The mirror presses her to undo her hurtful deeds for less selfish reasons. Will she? Can she? 

Check out The Magic Mirror here: http://amzn.to/2fTdLNO

Or in the U.K., click here: http://amzn.to/2fBDDg5

Or in Australia, click here: http://amzn.to/2gzh0uR



Saturday, April 1, 2017

A famous German born explorer disappeared in the Australian Outback...

On Leichhardt's Path Kakadu 1845: Reflections Bushwalking a Time Tunnel by [Baschiera, Dan]

The famous German born explorer Ludwig Leichhardt disappeared in the Australian Outback in 1848. He has been described as a polymath and Australia's most enigmatic European explorer of the colonial era. Leichhardt left his mark with Australia's first scientific journal, in unpublished letters and on tree blazes as he made his way across the lands of the 'Dream time' where and when Australia's Indigenous peoples were at the epoch of their civilization. His was the only 'colonial' work that described the ancient civilisation of Aboriginal Australia before the coming of the 'Silent War' and all the violence of colonial subjugation that went with it. This happened as a new 'White Colony' stole Aboriginal lands through an implied 'Terra Nullius'. 

The book bravely asks many questions such as what was 'first contact like'? In asking its questions however many others appear from Australia's intrinsic Silent War and as such we see an unravelling of Australian Colonial History and a terrible conspiracy emerge of its own volition. 

The book also asks "What happened to Wilhelm Ludwig Leichhardt"? On its cover it raises further questions, was it the desert, the natives, or a social geography far more sinister? 

The author believes that Leichhardt may have been assassinated by a colonial government trying to hide the butchery of its massacres and the Silent War from a British Parliament and the ethos of Humanitarianism of the time - this led by another German, Prince Albert consort and husband to Queen Victoria. 

On Leichhardt's Path Kakadu 1845: Reflections Bushwalking a Time Tunnel 

Just the title alone was compelling enough to check it out on Amazon Australia. 

And you can by clicking here: http://amzn.to/2nJdIJ2