K Mathew Talks Books
Today we are joined by an author who is building up quite a reputation in the self-publishing world.
Writing under an number of different names K. Matthew, Scarlet Delorne, Marla Braziel and my personal favourite Sky Corgan, with most of the books aimed at the erotica market Kyler Mathews is quickly establishing a firm foothold, with a growing world wide readership.
Barbara Kavovit is almost a symbol of ‘there is nothing you cannot do’ having been involved in the construction industry for more than 15 years she then founded one of the largest female owned renovation and construction management companies in New York, from that point on, this lady was very much becoming a dominate force in an area that is still very much considered a man’s world.
Today with the experience gained Barbara K as she is known, is changing the way women think about DIY, empowering them to start look after their own home improvements giving them the confidence and knowledge that they can repair that leaking tap or any other jobs that may need doing around the home.
D.S. Nelson Takes You a Murderous Journey
In typical Agatha Christie style, if its murder that you want then its murder you shall get, for D S Nelson’s “One For The Rook” is a book full of delights. Best described as a cosy crime thriller it has all the hallmarks of a classic Miss Marple Murder Mystery.
Murder is a Mystery
D.S. Nelson is not your ordinary writer there is this air of mystery that wafts from the words of her very intricate mind, creator of the Blake Hetherington Mysteries with a number of short stories, her creativity is very much built from her love of such classics as Miss Marple and the very nongiant Belgian detective Poirot.
We were lucky enough to catch up with this delightful author and have her take a seat in our authors’spotlight.
Who doesn’t love a baby picture (Anne Geddes excluded – she proved you really can see a baby in a flower too many times)? But if we take the old rule of ‘never work with animals and children’ seriously; it would appear it takes a special kind of person, to leave a very successful career and spend their days cajoling out smiles, giggles and that special blend of pure beautiful that only babies and young children have.