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Reading Links 2/6/18

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Reading Links…2/6/18

Traci Kenworth



  2. So here are your choices. I’ve got a combination of MG and YA. If you want an earlier book in any of these series, you can pick that instead as long as it doesn’t cost more than the book here. You can find descriptions of these books on Goodreads.
  3. Haunted by his past. Hunted in the present. Uncertain what is real.
  4. On the upper east city of Belle City, the Fancy house sits empty. Locals claim it’s haunted. When a call takes Malone inside the house, she finds the ghost of a dead girl, and something else – something much worse. 
  5. On the night of Nuawa’s execution, she saw the Winter Queen for the first time.

Winterglass is a sci-fantasy about one woman’s love for her homeland (Sirapirat) and her determination to defeat the Winter Queen who has overtaken the land.


Romance/Women’s Fiction:

  1. New romances.
  2. The Little Café in Copenhagen by Jules Wake, writing as Julie Caplin My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Little Café In Copenhagen is a romantic comedy. Kate Sinclair works for a top London PR agency. Disappointed that she was over-looked for a promotion, Kate jumps at the chance to win a prestigious contract







  1. “Whether it is horror of a supernatural nature or real-life horror, this collection has it all. Joe McKinney skillfully weaves entertaining, thought-provoking, character-driven stories that will take hold of the reader’s imagination – and not let go.”
  2. Reagan presidency is being revived and re-released by Telos Publishing in 2018. The novel is a story of a politician possessed by a demon and using the forces of evil to sweep all before him as he becomes president of the United States. It’s not difficult to imagine why Telos Publishing decided this would be a good moment to publish this.
  3. Collaborating for the first time with his son Billy Chizmar, any new release from this author is a must-have.”
  4. Released from 1984 through 1986, Clive Barker’s Books of Blood series came to the US at a time when we really needed something to shake up the horror industry.



  1. Note that you’ll need an account/approval. I hope you enjoy the read, and will consider reviewing the book in as many places as humanly possible!
  2. New releases.
  3. Claire Martinson still worries about her older sister Sophie, who battled a mysterious illness last year. But things are back to normal as they move into Windermere Manor… until the sisters climb a strange ladder in a fireplace and enter the magical land of Arden. 
  4. Like time travel without the machine. Intrigued?



  1. In a razor-sharp legal thriller, Jack Kowalski must win two challenging trials to save his reputation and his career
  2. ‘I usually experienced the presence of a dead body as an absence, but in this case, it felt like a black hole opening up in front of me’
  3. Published today, Invasion, book two in the Ann’s War Mystery Series. Invasion is a novella set in July 1944, at the time of the D-Day landings. The story centres on an American army camp located on a stretch of South Wales sand dunes. The soldiers have been at the camp for nine months, preparing for the landings. 
  4. This is encouraging. The book has been finished for a while and, when I did a final edit after the beta and advance readers were done, I thought it looked okay.
  5. There’s more than one way to stoke the flames of revenge…


Short Stories/Anthologies/Novella:

  1. I always have good intentions about reviewing the work of other authors, especially when I enjoy it.  We all know about good intentions though don’t we?  My follow-through is sadly lacking.  Add in that I’m not an experienced reviewer, and when I read other reviews I realize how poor my own are…well, you can see I’m not all that motivated.









  1. Husband Training School is a light humourous read, ideal for anyone who despairs over their partner’s domestic skills.




I write YA as Traci Kenworth. I also write romance as Loleta Abi.

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