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#BookReview Wings of Mayhem by @SueColetta1 #RBRT #Crime

#BookReview Wings of Mayhem by Sue Coletta #RBRT   Author: Sue Coletta Category: Crime/Thriller My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars My Review: Shawnee Daniels is a computer forensics specialist by day and a cat burglar by night. I loved how the author managed to blend the two ‘roles’ so well. You get an insight… Continue reading #BookReview Wings of Mayhem by @SueColetta1 #RBRT #Crime

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Meet #horror Author, Joan De La Haye (@JoanDeLaHaye)

Today, I’m joined by horror author, Joan De La Haye, as we talk about her latest release, Fury, available in eBook and paperback from Amazon UK and Amazon US. The Fun Stuff: What part of the world do you come from? I live in Pretoria, which is the capital city of South Africa. What did you want… Continue reading Meet #horror Author, Joan De La Haye (@JoanDeLaHaye)

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#BookReview Flesh by @DylanJMorgan #RBRT #TuesdayBookBlog

Amazon UK | US Author: Dylan J Morgan Category: Horror My Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Review: Dylan Morgan is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. Once again I was instantly captivated by the descriptive writing and fully developed characters. The opening scene of a wife murdering her husband, chopping him up and… Continue reading #BookReview Flesh by @DylanJMorgan #RBRT #TuesdayBookBlog

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How The Jekyll and Hyde Effect Helps My Writing #Writing

  How the Jekyll and Hyde Effect Helps My Writing as a Multi-Genre Author. If it were possible for Dr Jekyll to uphold his social standing in Victorian London, while also entertaining his ‘inner demon’, Mr Hyde, then surely it’s possible that a writer can do the same. You see, I often think of my… Continue reading How The Jekyll and Hyde Effect Helps My Writing #Writing