Guest Post: with author Robert Greenfield

Originally, The Cedar Cage was supposed to be a sequel to my autobiog
raphy Samphire Coast (a bestseller for my publisher, Pegasus), but as my narrative developed, it became clear to me that the setting for the boathouse, which was our new Riverside home (formerly a boathouse) could be transposed to an altogether even-more isolated location, than its village setting. And thus inspired by not only the dense pinewoods at Holkham, but also the woods at Stiffkey by the saltmarshes, where I walked my dog Barnaby (Boo) most mornings – the idea propagated into a much-darker and deliciously Gothic multi-layered fictional tale, as tangled and treacherous as the Norfolk marshlands beyond.

The boathouse had been built by an Edwardian aristocrat – from a single cedar of Lebanon – as a retreat, maybe even a cage, for his glamorous American bride. But in 2008, just weeks after moving into this dream home, Bertie starts to feel uneasy about living inside someone else’s fantasy.

Obsession takes hold…

Spotlight: High Child by J.T. Bishop

High Child Author: J.T. Bishop ISBN-13: 978-0692916193 Publisher: J. T. Bishop; 1 edition Series: Red-Line, Book 5 Paperback: 383 pages September 21, 2017, $14.95 Genre: Paranormal Suspense Also available in ebook format Buy link for High Child

Buy link for Curse Breaker

Gifted with unique abilities, Royce Fletcher struggled to find his place in the world. Living a solitary life in the woods, he finds his quiet existence disrupted by unexpected visitors. Visitors he would prefer to avoid.

Despite his attempts to protect himself, Royce finds himself caught up in an unexpected romance, a local murder investigation, and a destiny he has little interest in pursuing.

The more he tries to pull away, th…

Marriage Made Me Do It by Ashley Fontainne

Title: Marriage Made Me Do It Author: Ashley Fontainne Published: Sept. 15, 2017 Publisher: Killer Reads Pages: 108 Review ebook  Genre: Murder, Mystery Buy Links: Amazon,

My name is Roxy Davenport and I’m part of a dying breed: I’m the perfect housewife.
My whole life, I’ve tried to follow the rules of previous, “wiser” generations. High school sweethearts must marry (check!), the wife must stay home to look after the children (check!), all married couples must procreate and raise 3.2 children (demerit – we only managed one – oops!).
But it turns out all the while, my husband has been playing by his own rules…and playing around.
So screw him! I’ve chucked the handbook out the window. He has no idea what’s coming for him. And my perfect neighborhood will never be the same again.

Tegen Punishment (Tegens Book 3) by Inge-Lise Goss

Title: Tegen Punishment (Book 3) Author: Inge-Lise Goss Published: July 15, 2017 Publisher: OliveBranch Press Pages: 287 Genre: Thriller Review: ebook Buy Links: Amazon,

Who will be the next spider victim?
For over two years a treacherous Tegen has evaded capture by enforcers, executing anyone who crosses his path.
Newly requisitioned to assist a Tegen enforcer, Sara Jones is on a desperate hunt to stop the renegade who has no regard for human, or spider, life. To penetrate the religious compound he uses as his hideout, she must conceal her true identity. But finding the elusive Tegen is more difficult than she may have imagined, and the compound is far more dangerous than anyone could have known.
When a notorious crime boss shows up in town, Sara enlists his help, but he has his own agenda – one that may advance his criminal enterprise.
As mayhem erupts, she must outwit unsavory zealots and find the killer before her cover is blown. The clock is ticking. Can she bring the fugit…

Pale and Crimson by Kayti Nika Rae

Title: Pale and Crimson Author: Kayti Nika Raet Published: June 30, 2015 Publisher: Self Pages: 17 Genre: Horror, Dark Fantasy Review: ebook Buy Links: Amazon,

Slithers are vicious creatures. Craving flesh and blood, they will stop at nothing until their hunger is satisfied. So when sixteen year old Benjamin King discovers that one has been smuggled onto the train, he's eager to see it, even if it has been drugged into a mindless stupor.
But one moment can change everything.
Set six years before Niko, Pale and Crimson chronicles how one decision can have far reaching consequences.

Women Murderers of the 18th Century (Women Who Kill) by Sylvia Perrini

Title: Women Murderers of the 18th Century Author: Sylvia Perrini Published: Dec. 11, 2013 Publisher: Goldmine Guides Pages: 102 (print) Genre: True Crime Review: ebook Buy Links: Amazon, 

Why do women kill and murder? They are supposed to be the gentler sex, the ones who nurture the babies and support families, keeping the very structure of society in place. Why do some women go wrong? Is it greed, jealousy, power or just plain wickedness?
Women Murderers have been around for centuries. In this short book of approximately 12,500 words best selling author Sylvia Perrini looks at the profiles of eight women who operated in the 18th century.
Prepare to be shocked.

Interview with author C.E. Clayton

Book: The Monster of Selkirk Book I: The Duality of Nature
Genre: YA Fantasy

Monsters come in many forms, and not everyone knows a monster when they see one. After three hundred years of monstrous, feral elves plaguing the island nation of Selkirk, everyone believes they know what a monster is. Humans have learned to live with their savage neighbors, enacting a Clearing every four years to push the elves back from their borders. The system has worked for centuries, until after one such purge, a babe was found in the forest.

As Tallis grows, she discovers she isn’t like everyone else. There is something a little different that makes people leery in her presence, and she only ever makes a handful of friends.

But when the elves gather their forces and emerge from the forests literally hissing Tallis’s name like a battle mantra, making friends is the least of her troubles. Tallis and her companions find themselves on an unwilling journey to not only clear her name, but to stop the elves from…