Sawyer Belle, Historical and Contemporary Romance author and blurb writing extraordinaire 😉 will be answering my questions today. Okay then, let's get to it! Why did you start writing? I always wrote stories and poetry as a child and up through college, and I was a journalist during my early 20s. Once I had my son … Continue reading 5Q’s with Sawyer Belle
A wonderful review for The Hunter and the Witch–thanks Veronica!
My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
It’s amazing what some writers can put into a short story. I’m in serious awe of Rachel Chanticleer’s talent. With a few words she painted a clear picture of Bethany, the witch, and Lucius, the hunter. And Lucius was so yummy!
I adored the battle scene near the end, and was on the edge of my seat throughout it. If I hadn’t been at work, hiding my reading addiction, I would’ve cheered and groaned. *laughs*
A great introduction into what could be a fascinating UF world.
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In the hot seat for this installment of 5Q's is Urban Fantasy author Katharine Sadler. With four books and two novellas available in her Reapers series, and the first in her Dying Dreams series published earlier this year, she's been a busy lady! Hi Katharine, thanks for giving me some of your time today. Thank you for … Continue reading 5Q’s with Katharine Sadler
I've read my fair share of mainstream romance, but I've also read some excellent books by indie authors. This year, I plan to read even more by authors who decided not to take the traditional route in order to publish their book. Don't get me wrong, I love a good story no matter what, and I'll … Continue reading Supporting Indie Authors