Friday, 26 July 2013

Blogger Book Fair Day 5 - Last Day!

Well, it's the last day of the Blogger Book Fair July  2013 and I have to say it's been fun sharing my thoughts in guest posts on other people's blogs and have guests on my blog. I'd like to say a big thank you to Kayla Curry and her intrepid band of two helpers, Fel Wetzig and Pereza Thompson, without whose organisation and dedication, we authors would not have been able to participate in such a wonderful event.

There is still time to enjoy the fair, to find out more about the books, authors and bloggers in the BBF, check out the BBF Directory.

And as far as I am concerned, this is what I'm up to today!

So, today, I'm hosting author, C J Brightley, who is talking about writing fantasy without magic.

I am appearing on C.J.'s blog to talk about developing magical forensics in my book series, The Haward Mysteries, which I write with my sister, Tasha. There's also a chance to win a copy of Sacrifice of An Angel, the first book in the series.

Plus, Wittegen Press is still running their giveaway of a great selection of their eBooks:

And fnally, go vote for me in the BBF Reader's Choice Awards run by Shut Up & Read - please :D
  • The Wittegen Press Giveaway Games Anthologies are all entered into the Anthology genre.
  • Sacrifice of An Angel is entered into the New Adult Fantasy genre.
  • Death in the Family and The End of The Journey into the Young Adult Fantasy Genre.

I've also started a list of BBF activities, both what I'm up to and other gems I've found while wandering around the BBF participants' blogs. :)


  1. Is it bad if Im a genre switch, flitting from one genre to the next? lol.. I love them all. I couldn't only read ONE genre my whole life.. Some days I want UF, Paranormal or Fantasy and some days I just like an Adult Romance read and other days I like NA or YA adventures.

    1. a genre butterfly - that's absolutely fine by me :) Without the genre wanderers we'd have a very siloed writing landscape!


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