Archives for the month of: August, 2018

Author Teri Polen offers a great promo opportunity to all authors of horror, paranormal, and thriller books in October through her #BadMoonRising.

Books and Such

Spots are still available!

For the month of October, Books & Such will again be featuring Bad Moon Rising!  If you’re an indie author of horror, thriller, or paranormal books and would like to be featured, send me your info.  Free publicity, book sales (hopefully!), new authors to follow, and more books to buy – what’s not to like?

Each post will feature one of your releases, a blurb, author bio, social media links, buy links, and a short interview.  If you’d like to include a giveaway or have alternative ideas for your post, I’m open to suggestions.

This is the fourth year of Bad Moon Rising and spots tend to fill up fast, so if you’d like to be included, email me at

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Thanks to Sally Cronin for contributing to ¡Que entre la luz! an anthology in Spanish against domestic violence, and for sharing my post about it here, and featuring it in the company of two fabulous posts by Mary Smith and Rebecca Bryn. Please, do check them out!

#Reseñadelibro ¡QUE ENTRE LA LUZ! Varios Autores (@EDICIONESPROUST) Mucho y muy variado talento contra la violencia de género e infantil #violenciadegénero #Queentrelaluz – Hola todos: Hoy os traigo un proyecto que llevo siguiendo hace tiempo, y que, tras un duro trabajo por parte de todos, por fin ha visto la luz. Ediciones Proust, la Sociedad Cooperativa de Escritores y la Asociación Internacional de Escritores Independientes se unieron para crear una recopilación…

#TuesdayBookBlog Saigon Dark by Elka Ray (@ElkaRay) (@crimewavepress) A blend of psychological (noir) thriller with domestic drama, with a conflicted protagonist #Bookreview – Hi all: I had this book on my list for a while and when I read it I realised it can fit in a category of books that seem to have become more and more popular recently. Those who read my blog regularly might remember our discussion about it (waving at you, Debby!). Saigon Dark by Elka Ray

#Bookreview THE LITTLE BLUE BOOK FOR AUTHORS: ESSENTIAL MANNERS FOR THE MODERN AUTHOR by Gisela Hausmann (@Naked_Determina) Short and packed with useful advice. Because being polite has never hurt anyone #amwriting

Please, come meet Robbie Cheadle, courtesy of Sally Cronin. Great cakes and taste in fashion and music. And if you’re an author looking for exposure, check all of Sally’s opportunities.

#Bookreview – Escaping Psychiatry by Olga Nunez Miret – Thanks to Robbie Cheadle for this wonderful review of the first book in my series Escaping Psychiatry. Don’t forget to explore her blog if you enjoy books and cakes! And to check her own books! via #Bookreview – Escaping Psychiatry by Olga Nunez Miret


By D.G. Kaye


In this personal accounting, D.G. Kaye shares the insights and wisdom she has accrued through twenty years of keeping her marriage strong and thriving despite the everyday changes and challenges of aging. Kaye reveals how a little creative planning, acceptance, and unconditional love can create a bond no obstacle will break. Kaye’s stories are informative, inspiring, and a testament to love eclipsing all when two people understand, respect, and honor their vows. She adds that a daily sprinkling of laughter is a staple in nourishing a healthy marriage.

Twenty years began with a promise. As Kaye recounts what transpired within that time, she shows that true love has no limits, even when one spouse ages ahead of the other.   (Blurb taken from Goodreads)

My Review

In TWENTY YEARS: AFTER “I DO”, the author talks about some authentic problems one encounters when the love of…

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Sally Cronin is planning an end of summer party. Visit her blog for more details and join in! It will be fun (and not too fattening)!

#TuesdayBookBlog SURVIVORS’ CLUB by M.K. Martin (@MKMartinWriter) (@NotAPipePub) #RBRT Fun #sci-fi for lovers of action, genetics, and intriguing monsters. – Hi all: This review, of one of Rosie’s Book Review Team, is a bit frantic, but it was the effect of the book. Survivors’ Club by M. K. Martin Geneticist Marius Tenartier wants to cure humanity’s worst diseases, but Chrysalis Biopharmaceuticals uses his work to mutate humans into terrifying abominations. With th…



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