Busy summer for Nate Hendley

Nate Hendley, prolific author and recently of The Boy on the Bicycle, appeared at Indigo Bay and Bloor, Toronto, for a book signing on Saturday, September 14, where he engaged people, and signed books. Nate has appeared on panels, at workshops, signings, readings and all manner over the summer. This coming Sunday, September 22, he’ll be at Toronto’s Word on the Street at the Crime Writers of Canada booth. The Boy on the Bicycle was shortlisted this year…

4 stars for A Tangled Weave

Great review from a LibraryThing reviewer for Michael Skeet’s second novel in his The French Intrigues series. Check out why it was given four stars. This is a highly enjoyable romp through the lives of French aristocrats, smugglers and the poorest of Paris during the 17th century. The impoverished protagonist, Mlle. Victoire de Berenguer from a noble family, has found a way to smuggle fanciful dyed cotton into the City. She earns an income using her entrée…

5 stars for The Rose Guardian

LibraryThing Early Reviewers Gives 5 stars to The Rose Guardian This is a journey of relationships and relativity as told though the eyes of an artist (and authored by an artist of both color and words). It touches on the relationship of the mother to her children and how her pain attacks them, leaving them marked for life also. It reflects upon the influence of childhood on the adults they become and it allows for a…

Another Dave Duncan audiobook!

Dave Duncan fans you’ll love this one Austin Vanfleet returns with a fabulous production of Dave Duncan’s swashbuckling adventure, One Velvet Glove, one of the King’s Blades series. This is an unabridged production which brings to life all the intrigue and suspense readers have come to expect from Dave Duncan’s novels. Picking up where he left off, Dave brought back much-beloved characters for this tale. So what happens next? Sir Rhys, Sir Sharp, and Sir Trusty—three of the world’s…

Attention Dave Duncan audiobook fans

new Audiobook release Dave Duncan fans are sure to delight in this engaging production of Dave Duncan’s Scottish-inspired fantasy, The Runner and the Wizard.  The first of The Adventures of Ivor trilogy, The Runner and the Wizard transports you to the world of young Ivor. He dreams of being a swordsman like his nine older brothers, but until he can grow a beard he’s limited to being a runner, carrying messages for their lord, Thane Carrak. That’s usually boring, but…