Archive for February 2013
Brook Cottage Books is honoured to have SJ Wardell as our Author in the Spotlight! A warm welcome to Mr Wardell. Lets find out a little about him before revealing the wonderful cover for his new book.
Greg O’Hara is back in the long awaited sequel to The Ultimate Selection. After serving a 12 year prison sentence for his hideous crimes, Greg O’Hara is now free to terrorise the streets of the capital once again – London beware…
Here are the buy links to S.J Wardell's other books.
I think you will agree that the book cover is fab! Love it!
Without further ado, lets find out about the author herself from the author herself!
JB: Tell me a little about your blog
Kirsty: I Heart Books is for lovers of Chick Lit, Romance and Adult Reads. It hosts reviews, interviews, guest post and giveaways.
Thank you for featuring me on Brook Cottage Books, I now know what it feels like to be on the other end of the interview process and at times the questions really had me stumped.
Thanks so much to Kirsty for a really interesting interview. I hope everyone will pop over to her blog and check out some great reviews!
This is a short novella and was perfect rainy day reading for me. Just the sort of lovely story to relax with. Nola is a top model. She has everything going for her and is considered by all in the modelling world to be a very beautiful woman. Unfortunately beauty on the outside does not equate to beauty on the inside and Nola's priorities are slightly skewed. However, on a flight back from Barbados, Nola’s life is about to take on a staggering transformation thanks to a Mambo or a voodoo priestess she has inadvertently upset.
The rest, I suppose is now history. Born Evil quickly followed Billie Jo and I have since finished The Betrayer, The Feud, The Traitor, The Victim, The Schemer and The Trap. My latest, which I am currently in the middle of writing, is called Payback - Can you bleive this is my ninth book?
Kimberley Chambers book THE TRAP is released on 14th February by HarperCollins.
Here's the blurb:
When Donald and Mary Walker leave their home in Stoke Newington to fulfil their lifelong ambition of owning their own cafe, they feel it can only be a positive move for their beloved children, Nancy and Christopher. But Mary and Donald have failed to take into consideration the perils of moving to place as notorious as Whitechapel.