Gail Aldwin tells the stories behind the names of her characters in her second contemporary novel for adults, This Much Huxley Knows. About the Book I’m seven years old and I’ve never had a best mate. Trouble is, no one gets my jokes. And Breaks-it isn’t helping. Ha! You get it, don’t you? Brexit means… Continue reading Guest Post: What’s in a Name? This Much Huxley Knows by Gail Aldwin
Book Info From a former Guardian and BBC writer, and author of The Donated, comes a hilarious story of mid-life crisis, family, technology, and coping with the modern workplace. Jack Cooper is a depressed, analogue throwback; a cynical, alcoholic Gen-Xer whose glory days are behind him. He's unemployed, his marriage has broken down, he's addicted… Continue reading Blog Tour & Guest Post: XYZ – One Man, Two Kids, Ten Devices and an Internet-Sized Generation Gap by William Knight
Vinnie’s romantic holiday did not go as planned. There was an assault, his companion was threatened and the police asked them to leave. And when Vinnie returns to his police job in Manchester, things don’t get much better, as he finds himself at the heart of an investigation that stretches from Manchester to all corners… Continue reading Blog Tour & Guest Post: Hidden by Roger A. Price #LoveBooksTours @RAPriceAuthor @Endeavour_Media
A young widow on the edge. A policeman back from the dead. Together, can they take down the city’s most notorious bootlegger? Philadelphia, 1925. With a son to raise and boarders to feed, Maggie Barnes is at her wit’s end. But when a criminal element infiltrates the police force, the single mother puts her cares… Continue reading Tasting the Apple by Sherilyn Decter: Guest Post, Excerpt & Giveaway!