Welcome today to Paul Toolan, a fellow Brit author. His new book A View From Memory Hill is out now. A fascinating collection of short stories, twelve in all, each written from the perspective of protagonists who are in their ‘golden years’ – facing both the ravages time has wreaked upon bodies and minds as well as the feelings of disconnection from the hectic pace of the present day. As a lover and writer of short stories myself, I am particularly pleased feature this book.
Today I'm supporting the BooksGoSocial Army of Authors Blog Tour with a guest post from author Stephen Bentley. The Amazon blurb makes the claim, “This surely has to be a first! Crime fiction about an undercover cop written by a former undercover cop!" for Stephen Bentley's latest book ‘Who The F*ck Am I?’' The title may be a tad controversial to some, but it is part of the very fabric of an infiltrator. Identity confusion among undercover agents is a medically recognised con
Have you ever helped out a stranger only to have it turn your normal life into something that resembles a nightmare? Arina did. Blurb After a dead man is discovered in one of her motel units, his only relative, an older sister, asks Arina to help her. The sister believes her brother was murdered. Despite being dissuaded from getting involved, true to form, Arina dives in. Head first. Without knowing exactly what she was getting into, she inadvertently puts lives on the line.