Book Review: The Bone Jar by SW Kane

July 10th, 2020 by Jane Turner

I read The Bone Jar by S.W. Kane as part of a Blog Tour by RandomThingsTours. The Bone Jar was published by Thomas & Mercer in paperback, Kindle, and audio formats on 1 July 2020.   Blurb: Two murders. An abandoned asylum. Will a mysterious former patient help untangle the dark truth? The body of […]

How to Use Track Changes in Word

July 2nd, 2020 by Jane Turner

I’m genuinely surprised how many of my clients don’t know how to use Track Changes in Word. Indeed, it seems to me that only admin professionals and editorial workers seem to understand it’s capabilities! Which really is a surprise – given how prevalent PCs now are in school.   (I was horrified when, at my […]

Book Review: Verbal by Peter Murphy

June 26th, 2020 by Jane Turner

I received an advance copy of Verbal by Peter Murphy to review as part of the Blog Tour by Random Things Tours. Verbal will be published by No Exit Press in digital format on 25 June 2020, and paperback in December 2020.   Blurb: ‘A good police force is one that catches more crooks than […]

Book Review: Scharlette Doesn’t Matter and Goes Time Travelling by Sam Bowring

June 19th, 2020 by Jane Turner

A recent and enjoyable read, Scharlette Doesn’t Matter and Goes Time Travelling by Sam Bowring.   Blurb: Ever since Scharlette’s parents gave her a name no one can really pronounce, she’s been stuck in a bit of a rut. She hates her job in airport security, making people take their belts off before they fly […]

Book Review: The Cruel Stars by John Birmingham

June 19th, 2020 by Jane Turner

Today, reviewing a recent read, The Cruel Stars by John Birmingham. Blurb: They thought the Sturm were dead. They were wrong. Centuries after their defeat, the enemy has returned with an overwhelming attack on the fringes of human space. On the brink of annihilation, humankind’s only hope is a few brave souls who survived the […]

Call for Submissions: Bayou Wolf Press

June 12th, 2020 by Jane Turner

Bayou Wolf Press is calling for submissions! Check out their website or Twitter. As their site says: Bayou Wolf Press was built out of a mixture of hard work, frustration, hope, rejection, passion, Count of Monte Cristo-style revenge fantasies, and too many Cadbury Mini Eggs. We’re starting out as each other’s editors and publishing team, […]

Order of Adjectives

June 10th, 2020 by Jane Turner

The Royal Order of Adjectives is instinctive for most writers – but well worth understanding.   Did you know there are specific rules as to the order of adjectives in writing? This is one of those largely unspoken rules – so unspoken that I’m not surprised how many writers don’t know about it. Yes, there […]

Book Review: Bothy Tales by John D Burns

May 28th, 2020 by Jane Turner

Bothy Tales by John D Burns was an impulse purchase, based on my love of Scotland and the excellent reviews I’d seen. I’m very glad to say that it didn’t disappoint.   Blurb: ‘I can move only with the aid of barrels of anti-inflammatory gel, sticking plasters and real ale anaesthetic. Martin and I descend […]

Book Review: The Moon Hunters by Anya Pavelle

May 27th, 2020 by Jane Turner

This is my review of The Moon Hunters by Anya Pavelle. Ms Pavelle contacted me on social media after I posted that I would be happy to do reviewing for indie authors. I was sent a PDF copy of the book to review. The Moon Hunters was published in September 2019 by Chandra Press.   […]

New Imprint, calling for submissions! Introducing PM Press

May 21st, 2020 by Jane Turner

Calling all crime, thriller and dystopian authors! There’s a new imprint that’s calling for submissions! PM Press was launched in April 2020 as a Kindle-First imprint of Holland House Books. Their blurb says:  We are a Kindle-First imprint of Holland House Books that specialises in crime, thriller and dystopian fiction. Phaidra Robinson and Mia Skevington […]

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