Monday 27 February 2017

#bookreview ~ Once Upon a Summer Night #Romance #timetravel @NancyScanlon1

Once Upon a Summer Night:

Mists of Fate - Book Three


Nancy Scanlon

Colin O’Rourke’s elite matchmaking service is taking off until Winifred Emsworth, Great Britain’s most influential gossip columnist, writes a scathing article about it. She’ll retract the column…if Colin can match her shy, bookish niece with a modern British aristocrat.

But that’s not Colin’s only problem. As one of the O’Rourke time-traveling Guardians, Colin’s destined for one woman only. His thinks he’s found her when she wanders into his cousin’s garden, but she leaves before he can get her name. If he doesn’t track her down again, he’ll never know true love.

Eleanor Carberry is happy with her life as a bookshop owner, and she knows she has her dear aunt Winifred to thank for it—especially as Winnie helped smooth over a very public breakup and a very personal loss. Her aunt has never expected anything in return, so when she asks Ellie to help vet an American matchmaking company, Ellie reluctantly agrees.

When Colin and Ellie meet, Colin realizes she’s the woman from the garden. He’s bound by contract to find her an Englishman, or he’ll lose the business he’s worked so hard to grow. Despite the distance he tries to keep between them, Fate has other plans when Ellie takes an unexpected trip back in time—once upon a summer night.

What did I think of the book?

From cosmopolitan London to 15th Century Ireland, Once Upon a Summer Night: Mists of Fate, will take you on an unforgettable journey.

With a beautiful, compelling, storyline, this sweet romance has a lot going for it.

I adored the premise of the story — Colin O’Rourke is a time-travelling Guardian of the O'Rourke tribe as well as a successful businessman. When he isn't travelling through time to ensure the safety of his clan, he is helping others find their soul mates with his match-making company, Celtic Connections. But, unlike his clients, Colin avoids love. He knows that out there somewhere is his soul mate, the one woman who he will be connected to for all time. However, Colin would never ask any woman to share the life he lives — it wouldn't be fair.

Once bitten, twice shy, Eleanor Carberry has closed her heart off to the possibility of loving again. But then she meets Colin and everything changes. Now all she has to do is convince Colin to open his heart, take a chance, and love her back and then, maybe, just maybe, they will have their happy ever after fairy-tale.

The romance is elegant in the telling, and it works so well with the principle of the story. This book is all about emotions, feelings, the heart. It is timeless. Add to the mix a little bit of time-travel and you have a fantastic read. I had to admit, that I was so enjoying the romance, that I forgot all about it being a time-travel book until the heroine ended up in 15th Century Ireland! The time-travel element doesn’t dominate this book, although make no mistake it does happen and when it does happen it is very believable. Putting that aside, what I like about the book was the way love was describe as traversing time. It would be. It was. Despite what Colin has to say about it!

Once Upon a Summer Night: Mists of Fate is a very enjoyable read and if you like clean romance with time-travel set in those Emerald Isles, then this is the book for you.

I Highly Recommend.

*I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley, and I chose to leave a review*

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(Available for pre-order
release 11th April 2017)

About the author

Born and raised near Boston, MA, Nancy wrote her first romance novel at age 16, when she realized that fictional boyfriends were much easier to figure out than real ones. In the time since, she managed to earn her B.A. in English from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, obtain a graduate certificate in creative writing from the University of Cambridge, and marry the man of her dreams (but she still holds tight to her fictional boyfriends).

Nancy adores all things misty, caffeinated, chocolate and grammatically correct. Currently, she resides in Puerto Rico with her husband, two small children, and two not-so-small dogs.

When not writing, Nancy spends her time reading romance and watching too much HGTV

Thursday 23 February 2017

#bookreview ~ The Scribe’s Daughter #historicalfantasy @WriterChurchill

The Scribe’s Daughter


Stephanie Churchill



Kassia is a thief and a soon-to-be oath breaker. Armed with only a reckless wit and sheer bravado, seventeen-year-old Kassia barely scrapes out a life with her older sister in a back-alley of the market district of the Imperial city of Corium. When a stranger shows up at her market stall, offering her work for which she is utterly unqualified, Kassia cautiously takes him on. Very soon however, she finds herself embroiled in a mystery involving a usurped foreign throne and a vengeful nobleman. Most intriguing of all, she discovers clues to the disappearance of her father three years prior. When Kassia is forced to flee her home, suffering extreme hardship, danger and personal trauma along the way, she feels powerless to control what happens around her. Rewarding revelations concerning the mysteries of her family’s past are tempered by the reality of a future she doesn’t want. In the end, Kassia discovers an unyielding inner strength, and that contrary to her prior beliefs, she is not defined by external things -- she discovers that she is worthy to be loved.

What did I think of the book?

There are some books that you can disappear into, lose track of time and become completely embroiled in the world that the author has created — The Scribe's Daughter is one of those books.

Ms Churchill has created a masterpiece of historical fantasy. Told in the first person, The Scribe’s Daughter tells the story of seventeen-year-old Kassia, a poverty-stricken orphan, who has mastered the art of thievery to ensure that she keeps bread on the table. She is very protective of her older sister who doesn't seem to understand the seriousness of their situation — there is no money for rent, let alone food. So when a stranger offers Kassia a job and gives her a bag of coins, her poverty forces her to accept it, even though her head is telling her not to. But in doing so, she seals her fate and the world that she knows will be lost to her. Along the way, she will meet friends and foes alike. She will suffer loss, abuse and hardship, but she will also discover just how strong and courageous she really is and maybe, just maybe, she will find everlasting love when she least expects it.

What I really loved about this book was the realism. There was nothing unbelievable about this story. There are some very upsetting scenes in The Scribe's Daughter, but Ms Churchill made some really good choices — this author knows where to draw the line. Some terrible things happen to Kassia,  but we don't read about them. What we do read is the emotional and physical recovery, which isn't an overnight thing. Kassia is very human. She doesn't get up, brush herself off and be done with it. She suffers, but she is a courageous soul and has an iron will that will not be beaten into submission.

Kassia is a very strong female lead that I couldn't help but admire. Faced with incredible trials and adversary she somehow finds the strength to carry on. Kassia got under my skin, she was so real in the telling, and so very believable that it was hard to think of her as a fictional character!

As a secondary character, I thought Jack was wonderful. An unlikely friend who very soon became Kassia's rock. He gives her hope, acceptance and reassurance when she has moments of doubt. He gets her, like no one else does. I loved reading how their relationship developed over the course of the book.

Despite the terrible things that happen in this book, it isn't a depressing read. Kassia is the source of much humour. She is very good with words, and she is a master at sarcasm! Some of her one-liners certainly made me laugh out loud.

The prose of the story is well-thought out. Make no mistakes; A Scribe’s Daughter is a compelling read and time certainly flew by while I lost myself within the pages. The plot is super engaging and throws up one or two unexpected curve-balls! I so didn't see where this book was going.

The Scribe’s Daughter is an example of historical fantasy at its best, but don't take my word for it, check it out for yourself.

I Highly Recommend.

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About the author

I used to live my life as an unsuspecting part of the reading public. Spending my days in a Georgetown law firm just outside downtown Washington, D.C., by all outward appearances I was a paralegal working in international trade and then antitrust law. I liked books, and I read them often, but that's all I was: a reader of books.

When my husband and I got married, I moved to the Minneapolis metro area and found work as a corporate paralegal, specializing in corporate formation, mergers & acquisitions, and corporate finance. Again, by all outward appearances, I was a paralegal and a reader of books.

And then one day, while on my lunch break, I visited the neighboring Barnes & Noble and happened upon a book by author Sharon Kay Penman, and while I'd never heard of her before, I took a chance and bought the book. That day I became a reader of historical fiction.

Fast forward a dozen years or so, and I had become a rabid fan of Sharon Kay Penman's books as well as historical fiction in general. Because of a casual comment she'd made on social media, I wrote Ms. Penman a ridiculously long review of her latest book, Lionheart. As a result of that review, she asked me what would become the most life-changing question: "Have you ever thought about writing?" And The Scribe's Daughter was born.

When I'm not writing or taxiing my two children to school or other activities, I'm likely walking Cozmo, our dog or reading another book to review. The rest of my time is spent trying to survive the murderous intentions of Minnesota's w

Wednesday 22 February 2017

Author’s Inspiration ~ M J Porter #HistFic @coloursofunison

It is with the greatest of pleasures that I welcome historical fiction author, M J Porter, onto the blog to talk about the inspirations behind her latest book…

The First Queen of England
The tenth century Anne Boleyn

In fulfilment of her husband's dying wishes, the bereaved Elfrida seeks out the youthful King Edgar, and falls passionately in love with him, despite the fact he's already married. With the King reciprocating her feelings, the pair decides to make use of what they can in order to marry; the churchmen, the nobility; the factions vying for his good will. But just when she believes she's achieved all that she wants, the King's past resurfaces and threatens all that she's worked for.

Author’s Inspiration

I have written a number of series based in Anglo-Saxon England (In chronological order they are Gods and Kings, Chronicles of the English and The Earls of Mercia), and one of the biggest problems is a lack of visible women. This doesn’t mean they didn’t exist, but they are little mentioned although they had a much better place in society than many might well think, confusing Anglo Saxon England with the Medieval period when women were very much badly served by their men.

I’ve written almost exclusively about men in the past, but the story of Queen Elfrida presented an opportunity to both focus on the women of the period, and offer a slightly more ‘romantic’ take on the period. Why? It was nothing that I did, but rather an appreciation that during the 960’s there’s a huge mingling of three different generations of powerful women at the court of King Edgar and they all had their own story to tell. Elfrida was simply the focus of this particular story because ultimately she does become the first crowned queen of England, her predecessors either being crowned queen of Wessex or queen of the Anglo-Saxons, but all these women would have had a prominent position at the King’s court. I enjoyed working out the family dynamics and who would have politically ‘liked’ who. It also presented an opportunity to present the Anglo-Saxon people in an unwarlike setting. This is rare as war, whilst not constant, was a near constant threat.

And as with almost all my novels, it also gave me the opportunity to try and present a more ‘neutral’ image of Elfrida. In later history her reputation was to suffer greatly, and sometimes it’s a revelation to peel back the layers of history and try and make a stab at some sort of truth. And much like Anne Boleyn, many centuries later, she also has the reputation of snagging the eye of a king who was both already married, but a little lacking in children. Coincidentally, King Edgar’s reign is also most often characterized as a time of religious upheaval, and while it might not have come about as a means of gaining a divorce (divorce seems to have been much easier in the Anglo-Saxon period and quite often the right of the woman to instigate) it meant that Elfrida was at Court at a time of unease and also very powerful religious men who had the ear of the king and who the king welcomed.

The story of Elfrida also allows me to ‘link’ two of my series a little better – The Chronicles of the English ends in 946 whereas The Earls of Mercia begins in 994.
All in all, Elfrida’s story was one that I thought needed to be told. It’s about time that the study of English history began long before 1066, and if it takes a little touch of fiction to work that magic, then I will happily provide it.

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About the author

I'm an author of fantasy (viking age/dragon themed) and historical fiction (Anglo-Saxon, Vikings and the British Isles as a whole before the Norman Conquest), born in the old Mercian kingdom at some point since the end of Anglo-Saxon England. I write A LOT. You've been warned! 

My first historical fiction novel, Ealdorman, is about to be published by Endeavour Press, and all of my other stories have been indie published through Amazon and Smashwords.

Thank you!

Tuesday 21 February 2017

Book #giveaway ~ The Du Lac Chronicles #Anniversary

"An evocative, timeless saga of love and betrayal, it has rivalry and treachery enough for any ‘Game of Thrones’ aficionado..."
Tony Riches, author of The Tudor Trilogy.

The Du Lac Chronicles

Mary Anne Yarde

A generation after Arthur Pendragon ruled, Briton lies fragmented into warring kingdoms and principalities.

Eighteen-year-old Alden du Lac ruled the tiny kingdom of Cerniw. Now he half-hangs from a wooden pole, his back lashed into a mass of bloody welts exposed to the cold of a cruel winter night. He’s to be executed come daybreak—should he survive that long.

When Alden notices the shadowy figure approaching, he assumes death has come to end his pain. Instead, the daughter of his enemy, Cerdic of Wessex, frees and hides him, her motives unclear.

Annis has loved Alden since his ill-fated marriage to her Saxon cousin—a marriage that ended in blood and guilt—and she would give anything to protect him. Annis’s rescue of Alden traps them between a brutal Saxon king and Alden’s remaining allies. Meanwhile, unknown forces are carefully manipulating the ruins of Arthur’s legacy.


What is on your bucket list?

Write a book and publish it.

That was always at the top of my wish list.
On the 21st February 2016, I finally ticked that box.

A year on and I invite you to celebrate that milestone with me. I am giving away one signed paperback copy of The Du Lac Chronicles. To be in with a chance to enter all you have to do is caption this picture!! (leave your comments below). The winner will be announced on the 28th February 2017. Good Luck!

Book Extract from The Du Lac Chronicles

“I was informed my bride to be had absconded with an escaped prisoner. I did not realise the prisoner was you.”
“Well, now you do.”
“Alden, you could be a little more pleasant, considering you are in my country and you are hoping to convince me to loan you a boat. I have a good mind to send you back to Wessex.”
“Oeric had the same idea.”
“Did he? Well, I can’t say I am surprised. What happened to your arm?”
Annis thought Alden would refuse to answer but then he sighed heavily, as if he was fed up with the hostility. “A wound, courtesy of Oeric's archers.”
“They let loose at you?”
“Yes, who would have thought? And them being such good allies of mine and everything.”
“One day your sarcasm is going to get you killed.”
“My sarcasm? I have thought of many reasons why Wessex wanted me dead, but I never considered sarcasm. Thanks for clearing that up.”


Winner -- N.N.Light Award for Best Romance 2016

Bronze Medal Winner -- Circle Of Books Rings Of Honor Awards 2016

Semifinalist -- The Golden Box Book Publishing Golden Book Award 2017

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"I can honestly say that this is one of the best books I have ever read as it combined many of the elements I love. It had forbidden romance, daring heroes, a road trip, court intrigue, war, sword fights and a medieval time setting with horses, knights and honour.........what more could you want?"
Melinda Howard, Netgalley Professional Reads, Top #100 Goodreads reviewer.

Read the series for #FREE on #KindleUnlimited


Monday 20 February 2017

#bookreview ~ A New Beginning #histfic #Romance @KansasCrossroad

A New Beginning

(Kansas Crossroads Book 1)


Amelia C. Adams

Handsome young heir Adam Brody sees nothing but possibilities in the sprawling old building he's just purchased. With a little hard work, he will transform it into a hotel to meet the needs of those traveling by railroad. Aunt Caroline believes he's lost his mind, but she agrees to help him give it a try.

Left a widow with a small daughter, Elizabeth Caldwell must find work. When she sees an advertisement in the newspaper inquiring about cheerful young women to work in a hotel, she decides to apply. However, the hotel owner specifically requested single ladies, so she must hide her former marital status, and her child, if she wishes to get the job.

With cloudy pasts to overcome, both Adam and Elizabeth want to believe in a bright future. Will they find the strength they need in each other, or will their differences keep them apart?

What did I think of the book?

This book really got under my skin. The writing is flawless, elegant and just plain lovely. Ms Adam's captured my attention with the opening sentence and, from there on in, I was hooked.

Ms Adam’s has brought 19th Century Kansas back to life — she has done her research. I can honestly say that reading this book was like a symphony to the senses. I could feel the heat of the sun. See the dust on the road and almost taste Agatha’s cake (I so want the recipe). This book was all-consuming and completely enthralling.

A New Beginning is a classic love story and is a compelling page-turner. The romance between Adam and Elizabeth has been beautifully composed and very believable. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the romance unfold.

There are some interesting side characters in this book — I especially liked Aunt Caroline and Harriet. I was very pleased to discover that A New Beginning is Book 1 of a series. I can't wait to read the rest of the books.

This book has a big thumb’s up for me. But be warned, make sure you have a couple of hours spare before you pick this book up because you are so not going to want to put it down.

I Highly Recommend.

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About the author

Amelia C. Adams is a wife, a mother, and a novelist. She spends her days dreaming up stories and her nights writing them down. Her biggest hero is her husband, and you might just see bits and pieces of him as you read her novels.

She loves all things historical and enjoys learning about days gone by, but she's glad she was born more recently (she won't say how recently or not recently) because the Internet is awesome, and she's glad she doesn't have to wash her clothes by hand in a galvanized tub. She has hit Amazon bestseller status twice, once for A Clean Slate and once for A Clear Hope.

You can reach Amelia at or visit her at www.a

Saturday 18 February 2017

bookreview ~ A Bed of Wild Roses #Regency #Romance @wackyjackyful

A Bed of Wild Roses

Flowers of the Aristocracy (Untamed Regency Book 1)


Jackie Williams

A Regency Mystery Romance.

An innocent kiss might not have sealed her fate. Even a scandalously slippery jelly could be explained away. But revealing one’s long hidden charms to the local nobility can only lead Lady Felicity into marriage or ruination.

How could a childhood game become so complicated? How could a dessert behave so decadently? And how could his own shrubbery become so untamed? Caught between debt, honour, and Felicity’s more than irate brother, Lord Algernon Barclay’s immediate future can only lead in one direction. Straight into a parson’s noose.

But even while reconciling themselves to their fate, a killer stalks. Amid attempted murder, thieving relatives, and renovating an impoverished estate, will they surrender to their shared attraction, or will Algernon’s stubborn heart convince her to give up and leave him.

What did I think of the book?

It has been a while since I have read a Regency Romance, and I was looking forward to diving in between the covers of A Bed Of Wild Roses. If the blurb was anything to go by then, this book was going to be a terrific read.

I had high expectations for this book, and I am pleased to say that I wasn't disappointed. This book had everything a great Regency Romance needs. A terrific historical backdrop. A dashing hero. A feminine yet, feisty heroine. An evil antagonist and a would-be brother-in-law who kept getting the wrong end of the stick, with sometimes disastrous, but amusing, consequences.

The story was fast-paced and very engaging. I adored the characterisation of all the characters, especially Algernon, Felicity and Brendon. They all had very distinct personalities and were very real in the telling.

The romance was swoon worthy. It was beautifully portrayed and very easy to get lost in. I loved it!

If you love quality Regency Romance, then check out A Bed of Wild Roses.

I Highly Recommend.

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About the author

I was born in Essex England during the mid sixties but I missed all the fun. Being only young I assumed that all Beatles were six legged creatures and Flower Power was something to do with the vigorous way my mother kneaded the bread dough.

My wonderful parents brought me up with a huge love of books. We read anything and everything. Bedtime stories were a treasured time of adventure and mystery. My sister and I sat wide eyed in wonder and to this day I worry about Dinah and Dorinda being pricked with pins because they grew so fat, and I never pull faces at the a waning moon (or was it a waxing one?) just in case my chops stay that way . (The Wind On The Moon)

I began reading romance while still at school. The fuel for many a teenage fantasy leapt from between the covers of wildly romantic books and my passion still lingers now for all those dark haired heroes.

My own beautiful teenage daughter persuaded me to write my first romance. She was only fourteen at the time and between books for children and adults. She couldn’t find anything that ticked all her numerous and particular boxes and so she asked me to write a book, with all the exact ingredients just for her. Though not just a book for teens, she enjoyed the resulting tale so much that she shared it with her friends and I eventually published A Perfect Summer as an ebook on amazon.

But I have discovered that writing is not easily stopped once you start. It has turned into a grand passion that I just cannot hold back. The fingertips start tapping the keys and ideas suddenly come flooding, far too many for just one book and so I began another and then another. Nine books later I am still nowhere near done. Book ten is on its way and only just the other night I woke from a wild and wonderful dream with book eleven fully formed in my head.

Romance will always be my first love but recently I was so influenced by a tiny polished plaque on a sea wall that I gave paranormal romance a try. (Echo Beach) Mixing the two genres was a real challenge for me but I was delighted with the result. Historical romance is going to be my next genre. All those fabulously titled and passionate men are impossibly hard to resist.

Friday 17 February 2017

In Search of the Real King Arthur with Mary Anne Yarde #Arthurian

You can find me over at Cynthia Ripley Miller’s Blog today. Just follow the link…

Thursday 16 February 2017

In The Lime Light – Mary Anne Yarde -#Author #Interview

You can find me over at the fabulous Booknvolume today! Click on the link below...

Wednesday 15 February 2017

Author’s Inspiration ~ Kristin H Richards #YA #fantasy

It is with the greatest of pleasures that I welcome Young Adult, historical fantasy/paranormal author, Kristin H Richards, on to the blog to talk about the inspirations behind her book.

Light In The Night

It begins in a small town in Canada called Fort Smith. Were Lucy and her sister Lisa are living with their Uncle Travis who adopted them when they were only one and three years old after his sister Elvira the girls mother and there father Maccon suddenly disappeared. Lucy is now eighteen and Lisa is sixteen and their lives are about to change dramatically over night when they will find out the truth about who they are and what they have become. Lucy falls in love with the new guy in town Nikolas but she had no idea that Vampires existed. Then one of her childhood best friend Ty who is a Werewolf comes back to town and sees Nikolas with her then he thinks it's time to start protecting Lucy and tell her what he really thinks of her. But that won't be as easy as he thought because when she fell in love with Nikolas she woke up all the Demons and Nikolas had only one option and that was to take here to Iceland in hope that the Vikings would help them find her parents and fight with them when the time came Ty had made up his mind about Nikolas and now they both had to protect her before she would change into one of the dangers animal killer out there.

Author’s Inspiration

I am a big fantasy fan and somehow fantasy comes easy to me. One night after I had been thinking about writing and all my family members were asleep I sat down in my living room and opened up my computer and began writing the first few words of the fantasy trilogy Crepuscular. I had no idea were this fantasy world would take me but I just kept on writing, day and night, night and day some how I just couldn't stop, it just flowed and sometimes I was surprised that I had even written this story myself I enjoyed every second of it. Everywhere I went I took down notes just going to the store and seeing something that inspired me I wrote down, even though I didn't use it in my story I wanted to have the opportunity to look at it if I could use it somewhere, sometimes I used my notes and sometimes I didn't but I always had my eyes open. I loved driving through and walking in the woods that's where my fantasy level went straight to 100%. I had no trouble coming back home and write a whole chapter but of course I had to read over every word I wrote and sometimes I made changes but mostly I was very satisfied with what I had wrote. It took me one year to write all of the three books and when I got to the end of the story I felt a little sadness like I was saying goodbye to someone I really cared about but I knew it was the right time to end it and I'm very pleased with the ending. These book are for all ages older adults will equally enjoy them as well.  I know once people start reading they will want to continue. These are YA fantasy were you'll be introduced to new creatures the Dragon-Vampires, they have been in our world longer then the Vampires have and only the Vikings and the Werewolves have known about there secret until now I really loved creating the Dragon-Vampires and the whole plot with them and also bringing the Vikings and the elves into the story made it something new and exciting. I loved that I could have Iceland included in this adventure because we don't have many fantasy story's with Vampires & Werewolves that are seen in Iceland so it the perfect place for the adventure to continue from Canada. In Volume 2 Crepuscular The Magic Of The Sun's Rays they will take the adventure to some new places that are very different from Canada and Iceland. If you are into YA fantasy, romance and adventure you can't let this one slip your fingers I heard from one of my readers that it was like the book came to life and it was like watching a movie in your head. Welcome into the world of Crepuscular and I hope you enjoy every bit of it. Kristin H Richards

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About the author
Kristin H Richards was born and raised on a small and cold Island in the Atlantic Ocean called Iceland she moved to Sweden for few years when she was very young with her single mother and 3 siblings. That's were Kristin started to love the fantasy world. After living in Sweden for few years they moved back to Iceland for 3 years as her mother went to school in the USA they moved to the states for 6 months and then back to Iceland were she stayed until her adult years. When she was 31 years of age she and her boyfriend with their three children wanted to try something new and moved to Sweden were all of her family lives today. They have lived there now for six and a half years and are very happy there. Kristin is a new published author of the trilogy Crepuscular her first book in the series is called Crepuscular Light In The Night. She is a fantasy lover that has been living in her own fantasy world since she was little. She used to use her imagination a lot when she was alone like walking home from school or going to the gymnastic every opportunity she got she started to create some new world that she liked from the age of seven and up to here teen years then she took up writing. Kristin never thought about publishing anything she wrote, she looked at it more for fun. She love writing poems as she did story's and when she started to have her own kids she wrote them their own story's were they were the main character and they loved it. Kristin has finished all three books in the crepuscular trilogy and she is very proud of the world she has created for her fans it took her about one year to write all three books and in October of 2015 she landed her first contract with a small publishing company in Scotland and few months later to be exact in March of 2016 her first book in the series was published. Now in the beginning of February of 2017 her second book Crepuscular The Magic Of The Sun's Rays will be published. She is a hard worker how loves writing and being around children and animals. If she could she would build a very big house were she could adopt all the children and animals that are in need of security and love. Her interest is being with her family, writing, tennis, being at the beach in warm weather and enjoying life as it comes. She has three children with her boyfriend of 24 years.
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