Sunday December 21, 2014

Ebook Review - Grace by Samuel J Lumley

Grace by Samuel J Lumley is rather to categorise, there is romance, there is mystery, there is an absolutely coming of age element, there is even a little violence!  What Grace mostly is, is brilliant, and I truly don't say those words easily, and even now when I do there are a few things I should qualify - yes, its brilliant, once you get past the first few rather slow chapters, and yes its brilliant even though some of the dialogue seems to go on rather too long!

 

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Ebook Review -Bin Runners: The Android That Didnt Change Humanity by Hedges Butterscotch

I think it was possibly the author's name - Hedges Butterscotch - which was the deciding factor in agreeing to review Bin Runners: The Android That Didn't Change Humanity; well anyone who calls them self Hedges has got to have a sense a humour, right?

Yes yes they do! 

What a relief!  I found The Android That Didn't Change Humanity a great light hearted and easy read.   The story and the concept are simple,set way way into the future, the human race may well have spread to the corners of the galaxy,  but they still make a lotta rubbish and they need someone to collect it (for our US friends - rubbish = trash, and bin = trash can!).

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Ebook Review - Scarlet Haze Diaries by Keira Hart

 

What can you get for 77p/99c?  Not a great deal is probably a fair answer - however that is the price tag applied to absolutely thousands of Ebooks, so when I was asked to read one - The Scarlet Haze Diaries, by Keira Hart - and not only review it, but comment on if it was a good use of 77p/99c, I was happy to have a read!

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Ebook Review - Lizzie by Lottie Winter

Having read the other books in The Carnal Set, when we got an email from author Lottie Winter to say there was another instalment in the Victorian Dark Erotic book series, I felt compelled to read Lizzie too, and I am pleased to say that one again Lottie really has a grasp of the Victorian era taking great pride I am sure in researching her use of words to fit perfectly.

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Scrivener Authors' Tool Box

 

As a writer you are either going to fall in love with Scrivener or your not, it is one of those pieces of software that some say they have had a few problems.  But, {jcomments on}being totally honest, I have been using it for a while now and am pleased to say I have yet to come across any bugs or problems.

Scrivener is not your typical word processor software like Microsoft’s Word it really is so much more than that.  Scrivenr offers a almost complete document management system allowing you to keep all your works in one place with the ability to export your finished work in a number of formats such as epub and mobi.

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