A staple of my old blog from one million years ago, my mini book reviews are back! Get yourself comfy, make your favourite drink, and take a whistle-stop tour of what novels, novellas, and collections I've been reading over the last three months. Mistakes were Made, by Juliette Sebock - I reviewed this in full … Continue reading Mini Book Reviews, January – March 2019
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Back in November I reviewed a quick and cosy novella called A Hidden Hope. It was a delightful afternoon's read, so I was very pleased when I managed to get my greedy gay hands on book number two in the Romancing the Page series. In the first story in the series, Natalie and El are … Continue reading Review – A Perfect Balance: A Romancing the Page Novella, by Laura Ambrose
There's no big blog post this Saturday because I'm taking some time off to rest and celebrate this weekend. I'd usually feel bad about this, but it's been such a busy end of December for me and mine - plus, feeling frantic about rest periods is something I'm gently trying to unlearn. Both of my … Continue reading Rest
A Hidden Hope is the first of a series of adult novellas that promises unignorable attraction, writing panels at SFF conventions, and girl-on-girl action. This is a short, spicy, sweet novella about two authors who meet at a convention three years post-breakup. The story opens with a contrast - an alien darkness in England versus … Continue reading Review – A Hidden Hope: A Romancing the Page Novella, by Laura Ambrose