Book, Paranormal, series, Thriller

World Book Day and It’s My Birthday!

Every year we celebrate World Book Day. But for me, I also celebrate my birthday. It is also St Georges Day, the patron saint of England. As a child it meant that I could wear my Guide Uniform to school and that always made me feel special. More Information Here I would like you to… Continue reading World Book Day and It’s My Birthday!

Book, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, series

Red and the Wolf by Vivienne Savage

Karen’s Magic Review Last year I came across Beauty and the Beast by Vivienne Savage. At the time I’d not known it was part of a series. Fortunately, it was book one. However, although I prefer to read books in order, it would not have hindered my reading. Red and the Wolf was just as… Continue reading Red and the Wolf by Vivienne Savage

Dystopian, Fantasy, Horror, Novella, Paranormal, Romance, science Fiction, Thriller

February Reading List

It was an excellent month for books. I had the honour of reading through these great stories. My favourite book from my February reading list is Salvation. The concept was great and the writing magical. I don’t think I’ve read a story with so many characters, but it wasn’t a problem as we got to… Continue reading February Reading List

Book, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Paranormal, Romance

A Town Called Nowhere by VK Tritschler

Karen’s Magic Review I would once have gone nowhere near a book that contained shifters. I didn’t really understand what they were. Now I realise they add another dimension to a book. The fact that they can do something extraordinary really does make it more interesting. However, when I began reading, I wasn’t sure this… Continue reading A Town Called Nowhere by VK Tritschler

Paranormal

#NornsAuthorsReviews – The Killer on the Heath by Karen J. Mossman — Norns Triad Publications

This is a great review for my book The Killer on the Heath. While you are there, please subscribe. Todays #NornsAuthorsReviews is for The Killer on the Heath written by Karen J. Mossman and reviewed by J.M. Northup.  Please like, subscribe, and share our channels.  Thank you.#NornsAuthorsReviews – The Killer on the Heath by Karen J.… Continue reading #NornsAuthorsReviews – The Killer on the Heath by Karen J. Mossman — Norns Triad Publications

Book, Crime, Paranormal, Psychological, series

First Touch by Teyla Branton

Karen’s Magic Review There is a good reason this novella has over six hundred ratings on Amazon. It a terrific story. Imprint is what the strangely named heroine Autumn Rain reads. By placing her hand on an item she can pick up the thoughts of whoever touched it. It’s an interesting basis for a story.… Continue reading First Touch by Teyla Branton

Book, Mystery, Paranormal

Die For Love by Ellen Read

Karen’s Magic Review This was an excellent creepy story. There were times when I wondered how plausible it was. Would you visit a haunted house when you were told you would die? William was under the spell of Rose who he didn’t believe was a ghost, just as his ancestor Edward did before him. Only… Continue reading Die For Love by Ellen Read

Articles, Book, Craft, Paranormal, Romance

Hello February

I plan to be proactive as we move into a new month. Making a list is a good place to start. Books remain my passion and at the bottom you will see my reading list. I’ve just started Die for Love by Ellen Read. She is an Australian writer and I’ve read a couple of… Continue reading Hello February

Paranormal, Romance

Remember To Love Me by Becky Wright

Karen’s Magic Review Remember to Love Me has a great storyline. Set in the modern day, it flicks to the past, to the ancestors of April, the main character. Part of the story happens in the early 1900s and is skilfully written by the author, Becky Wright. Her descriptions had me seeing and understanding every… Continue reading Remember To Love Me by Becky Wright

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Best Book of the Year

I’ve had the honour of reading fifty-three books in 2021. Truly a record for me. Now I have to decide the most enjoyable one of the year, and what comes a close second and third There are some stand-out stories, and some I’ve not liked as much. There are long books and short ones, exciting,… Continue reading Best Book of the Year