Category: New Release

  • Georgia Garside is Back!

    Georgia Garside is Back!

    Georgia Garside is Back! She’s survived a bombing, a stabbing, and a shooting, and it’s all go from here.

  • Home is where the heart is

    Home is where the heart is

    Homecomings and home goings. All any of us want, is to find that little place we can call home. That little place you can let your hair down, relax and be yourself.

  • There’s a New Private Detective in Town

    There’s a New Private Detective in Town

    The Robin Hood of Private Detectives Ex-contotionist and licensed private detective Georgia Garside, known as Bubba Gee to friends and family, often accepts barter as payment. She’s a do-gooder, not a go-getter. Ethical, caring, and working for the poor, and her mother thinks its no surprise when she’s at the centre of a bombing. Taipan…

  • How many faces do you show the world?

    How many faces do you show the world?

    Felicia Clarke has at least five faces… We’re all different people when we talk to the people we know – your boss, your lover, your mother. Especially when you think there’s just you living inside your head.

  • Enjoy Christmas with a twist

    Enjoy Christmas with a twist

    Some Christmases are more twisted than others… Christmas traditions of hot chocolate with marshmallows, mulled wine, roasted meats warm and snug

  • Is fate fact or fiction?

    Is fate fact or fiction?

    Do you believe in fate? Or free will? Some believe fate is fixed and immutable, while others believe you can rise above it. Easy when you think about how many boyfriends you’ve gone through. Alexandria Blaelock’s collection of short stories Unavoidable Fates (BlueMere Books, 2021), gives you the choice. “I like to think about my…

  • True Love and Kisses

    True Love and Kisses

    We like to think of soul mates. Though we also like to read romances and try on new husbands without the need to train them.

  • How to Plan Your Life

    How to Plan Your Life

    What you need to know to plan a life worth living. We’ve reached the middle of the year, a time when you suddenly realise the year’s half over and you haven’t made any progress on your New Year’s Resolutions.

  • Not All Heroes Are Extraordinary

    Not All Heroes Are Extraordinary

    In this new collection of short stories, the heroes are more ordinary and don’t cost the cities quite as much in restoration.

  • House Histories

    House Histories

    Houses live longer than people. Have you ever visited a grand historic house and wondered about the people who lived there?