December 2022 is finally here, along with my monthly newsletter containing a list of thrilling books to cuddle up to this holiday season. If you've been hunting for new authors to read, check out the books below. Discover great reads and my writing updates directly in your inbox on the 1st of every month with… Continue reading Happy December!
Thanks Blackthorn Blog Book Tours and reviewers for hosting and reviewing Keepers of The Gate: Twilight Ends (Book 1)! Reviewers Participating In The Tour! @amishaquips @BitsOfInkling @Geauxgetlit @Kathleenfoxxwrites @midnight_snitch @mrsswiftnibtwirlspages @readwithdenesor @taiye.writes.and.reads.stuff @Tea.tiara.read.repeat https://henryroipr.com/blackthorn-book-tours/ Happy Reading!
Yoo-hoo! Happy Memorial Day! After a long break from blogging, I am excited to be back to share with you my just-released cover for book one in the Simone Doucet Series, Tainted Harvest. The cover design is by the talented graphic artist Matt Davies of VeryMuchSo.Agency. Here It Is! Author: E. Denise Billups Title: Tainted… Continue reading Cover Reveal – Tainted Harvest: Simone Doucet Series (Book 1) by E. Denise Billups
“Write What You Know.” That’s not always easy when you’re writing a historical fiction piece taking place centuries ago, revolving around an indigenous people. A life I’ve never lived, people I’ve never met, and terrain I’ve never walked. I have to say writing book one of my trilogy Twilight Ends: Keepers of the Gate, was… Continue reading Plotter, Pantser, And Paranormal Historical Fiction
Today, it's my turn on Return To Hiroshima Book Blog Tour. Blackthorn Book Tours, thanks for giving me the opportunity to participate in Bob Van Laerhoven's tour. Title: Return to Hiroshima Author: Bob Van Laerhoven Genre: International Mystery, Crime Thriller, Noir Fiction Publisher: Crime Wave Press (March 26, 2018) 1995, Japan struggles with a severe… Continue reading Return To Hiroshima
On a dark midwinter’s night in an ancient inn on the river Thames, an extraordinary event takes place. The regulars are telling stories to while away the dark hours, when the door bursts open on a grievously wounded stranger. In his arms is the lifeless body of a small child. Hours later, the girl… Continue reading Book Review: Once Upon A River
Widow Walk is book one of Gar LaSalle’s HISTORICAL FICTION SAGA. Told in the FIRST PERSON POV, the story takes place in 1867, a time of high tension in the American PACIFIC NORTHWEST between indigenous native Americans and colonists― conflict roused after the PUGET SOUND'S WAR and the TREATY OF MEDICINE CREEK in 1854. The… Continue reading Book Review: Widow Walk by Gar LaSalle
If you're a writer, you should be reading. But who has TIME to read, write, and handle all that life throws at you in 24 hours? It's tough! Mentally fatigued, unable to get past the first and second chapters, picking up and putting down books is a sure sign it's time to take a… Continue reading Books: Reading List