Single Rider, by Skye Leah Collett

Kenzie’s story is not your average romance read. In fact, if you’re looking for the young adult, romance, you are in the wrong section! Single Rider by new author Skye Leah Collett is a sassy, modern, adult fiction story! If … Continue reading

Announcing the Winners…

After hundreds of nominations and thousands of votes, the WINNERS of the McGrath House Independent Book Awards 2016 have been finalised. Competition was extremely close in all categories and I congratulate all finalists in their categories. Children’s – The Bee Who … Continue reading

The Many Hats of an Author…

I’ll admit that after submitting my first book for publication I was naïve. I thought you just had to be a good writer to be a successful author. Wrong! Being an author is not just putting clever words to paper … Continue reading

Places and Times, by Arthur Turfa

Arthur Turfa has published a wonderful and inspiring collection of poetry in Places and Times. As I read through the myriad of poems he has created for this anthology, I could almost imagine him bringing words to life in his head as … Continue reading

Taking the Plunge to Publish

As an author or writer, taking that first step to getting yourself published is certainly a big decision. I remember writing many pieces of work, but shelving them away, or thinking that if they weren’t accepted by the ‘big name’ … Continue reading

Eye of the Storm – Best Self Published Books 2016 (Shortlisted)

As a new author it’s an amazing feeling to know that your book can reach anyone in the world. What is even more wonderful is being recognised for your writing and the quality of your books. I wrote Eye of the Storm during an … Continue reading

Destination Freedom, the Lily Amis story.

I met Lily Amis via my author networks, and found a wonderful and passionate author who is keen to share her personal story as a war-refugee. Destination Freedom, is volume one in a two part memoir (soon to be a … Continue reading

The Healer, by Christoph Fischer

The Healer by Christoph Fischer, is a book that may hit home for many readers. What if there truly was someone out there who could cure terminal cancer?  More importantly, how would that impact our large scale pharmaceutical companies and … Continue reading