MURDER ON MURITAI by Genesis Cotterell

MURDER ON MURITAI  – The Ryxin Trilogy Book One When your planet’s sun is dying, what can you do? Find a new home. That’s what the Ryxins did throughout the galaxy, and 150 of them secretly arrived on Earth in 1905. Once they’d changed into Human form they began to infiltrate Earth’s population. By the […]

My Mother, My Daughter and Me by Susan Tarr

   My Mother, My Daughter and Me Copyright ©susan Tarr It’s not that I’m usually strange. No one has ever told me I am. But this isn’t a normal afternoon. I’m in the supermarket (with my daughter) and there is a very faint smell, just enough to alert my senses, tweak my memories. It’s not […]

Backwards Into the Future by Bronwyn Elsmore

Backwards Into the Future  Everyone knows you can’t go back. Everyone except Mary, because she’s returned to her old hometown. That’s because of two women from her past – Kui, and Ana. One of them is pushing her, the other is holding back, and between the two there’s much to be resolved. The plum tree […]

When the ROLLER COASTER Stops by Susan Tarr

When the ROLLER COASTER Stops Bethany is a successful young New Zealand businesswoman. She loves overseas travel almost as much as she loves her job and her crazy collection of friends. When she returns from Europe, she seeks medical advice for a tummy bug. On the surface it appears to be nothing,When the roller coaster […]

Miranda’s Demons by Ian Miller

Miranda’s Demons In 2285, thirty-four exhausts are seen travelling at relativistic velocities to end on Miranda, the innermost moon of Uranus. On Earth, GenCorp wants to expand; on Mars, where it was not supposed to be, it does a deal with the alien battle fleet: give us Mars and we shall give you what you […]


Miranda Bay When Miranda inherits from her grandmother’s estate, she bids on an auction property in Miranda Bay, in the sunny Bay of Islands, New Zealand, sight unseen, simply because it bears her name. But it is not at all what she imagined it would be. Now Miranda is faced with turning this run down […]

Every Five Minutes by Bronwyn Elsmore

Every Five Minutes “We are proud to announce that EVERY FIVE MINUTES by Bronwyn Elsmore is a B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!” Gina, if that is her real name, wakes to an autumn morning and, against her better judgement, selects a light dress […]

Julie & Kishore by Carol Jackson

Blog Post by Carol Jackson

Blog Post Carol Jackson- author of Julie & Kishore When I wrote Julie & Kishore we were living in a semi-rural setting in a delightful suburb called Swanson in Auckland, New Zealand. Our property had three and a half acres of land and my writing desk was positioned to make the most of the view […]

Athene’s Prophecy by Ian Miller

Athene’s Prophecy by Ian Miller Only alien help can save humanity from being exterminated, but thanks to relativity, the request for help must start through a young Roman soldier, Gaius Claudius Scaevola, who must be abducted by a passing alien ship. To be taken to the right place the abduction must violate the major law […]

Red Gold by Ian Miller

Red Gold by Ian Miller David Gill has trouble selling food to the hungry, but when, in the early summer of 2075, he arrives in Los Angeles to seal a deal with Robbie Newall, he realizes his troubles are getting very much worse, very quickly. His business associates, Moonbeam Enterprises, have registered him for the […]

Troubles by Ian Miller

Troubles by Ian Miller By the mid 21st century the world economies had collapsed; the few wealthy live in gated communities where law is based on user pays, while the masses exist on residue-ridden food handouts in the remains of cities, where law is based on the gun. In one part of a decayed city, […]

Jonathon Munros by Ian J Miller

  Jonathon Munros (First Contact Book 3) Dreams of revenge are sweet, but the consequences are not, and there was plenty of revenge going around. Jonathon Munro rather pointlessly wanted revenge on his wife, while others wanted revenge on him. Prolonged revenge required a substitute, in this case an android programmed to be just like […]

Legatus Legionis by Ian Miller

  Legatus Legionis by Ian Miller    Book two in the Gaius Claudius Scaevola trilogy. It seemed to Gaius Claudius Scaevola that he was being manipulated. He had received a prophecy and too many parts had come true for it to be an accident. Now the prophecy was back on track when Caligulae once again […]

Interview With Chris Sherborne (author and friend)

Today I’m interviewing a very good friend of mine Chris Sherborne author of many audio recordings and her latest book  Imogene’s Message: A Paranormal Thriller. AUTHOR QUESTIONS  Q.  Who are your greatest support – who believes in you? My husband and friends. Q.    Where do you write from? e.g. Kitchen table? Study? Bedroom? Garden […]

Extreme Prejudice: Imogene’s Message by Chris Sherborne

  Extreme Prejudice: Imogene’s Message When extreme religious fundamentalists known as the Phineas Priesthood led by Ezekiel Yates and his three cousins, target Xantara Pembroke because they believe she is a witch, they launch a major conflict between unworldly disciples of good and evil. This 60,000-word, action-packed thriller shows the twists and turns of both sides […]

Love Child- Romance by Amelie Rose

  Love Child Amber Pascoe came to a stop outside her Parnell villa, breathing hard from a last 100 metre dash after a long jog around the city pavements. Her mind was in turmoil. Hours earlier, she had received some news that had sent her into a tail spin. She couldn’t concentrate and in the […]