Cry of the Firebird – Free!

Hello Everyone Just dropping in super quick to let you know that Cry of the Firebird book one of The Firebird Fairytales is now permanently Free across all retailers! Hurray! Grab yourself a copy here


I am a Writer right?

Chuck Wendig, the bearded writer guru and gnarly writer, published a great blog over on his kick ass blog Terrible Minds called 'A Reminder Of What Makes A Real Writer'.  In it he makes this very true point: 'There exists no one way to write any one thing, and as long as your writing has a starting point and …

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Free Fantasy Book Promos on Instafreebie

Hello Everyone I just want to drop a quick line to let you know that I have two Instafreebie promotions running over Christmas. As a writer, I highly recommend Instafreebie for promotions, they are easy to use and a lovely company to work with. As a reader I'm up to my  eyeballs in amazing new books …

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Russian Fairytales In A Fantasy Setting

A new review from awesome book blog Books and Strips 🙂

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Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000026_00050]With the family farm to run after her grandfather’s murder and a spiralling drinking problem Anya doesn’t think life can get worse. But when Tuoni, God of the Underworld, interrupts her breakfast to tell her that her grandfather’s responsibility’s as a Gate Keeper of Skazki has now fallen to her, Anya’s simple life falls into chaos.
Planning to write Tuoni off as a drunken hallucination doesn’t go smoothly when a stone, bequeathed to her by her grandfather, hatches into a legendary firebird. It’s sharing its body with the broodingly good looking Prince Yvan, whose dark magician brother has been seeking to destroy for centuries.
With powerful enemies closing in around them, Anya has no choice but to sober up, follow Yvan into Skazki and hope that she can learn how to control her awakening magic before it destroys her and any hope of keeping the gates to both world’s safe.

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