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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Steam Mountain release

Steam Mountain, the second book in the Rak Shoma series, will be released on
25th JANUARY
It will be available in paperback and ebooks from bookstores and online book sellers.

Maevens Ash and Orm's continued search for Ash's parents bring them to the country of Stavmo, a civilization whose power is based on steam.

Steam cars, whirlybirds, and small appliances, even guns, are all powered by steam... but at a cost. A huge factory has toxic smoke billowing into the air, and only the rich are able to escape the smell by living on the opposite side of town. Class is based on your hair color, and if your hair isn't red like the dictator who runs the country, you vanish into the mines or are thrown into the volcano.

But the volcano holds even greater secrets. And possibly a link to Ash's family.

The magical pair make friends with the rebels and try to help them fight for their rights, but in doing so they get separated and place themselves in danger.
Available on 25th January in paperback and ebook formats from Amazon and other online booksellers.

 
Knight's Keep, the third book of this series, will be released on 25th March 2020 with the final two books available at the end of 2020 and beginning of 2021. Hope you enjoy.




Amazon ebook

Amazon paperback

Friday, December 6, 2019

Village of Shadows Book 3 – Now Available

Kaitlyn's Curiosity – the e-book version of the third book of the Village of Shadows is now available from most online booksellers.The paperback version will be available in the New Year.


Afraid her daughter is heading for trouble due to the company she keeps, Kaitlyn's mother sends her to Deden to look after Uncle Clive who suffers from dementia. Her arrival in the pouring rain sets a dismal start to Kaitlyn's new life. Deden is a strange village with inhabitants who all
have secrets in their pasts.
Kaitlyn and Uncle Clive settle into a peaceful co-existence, but the home help is not happy at Kaitlyn's arrival and tries to make trouble.
Noah, Clive's social worker, sorts out the problem but is this handsome man more interested in the niece more than the uncle?