David Carter

"David Carter - Author of The Fish Catcher"
(REAL NAME)
My new book "The Life and Loves of Gringo Greene" is out now on KINDLE and in paperback
Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (76 of 94)
Location: Christchurch, England
 

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Beneath the Willow by Gemma Farrow
Beneath the Willow by Gemma Farrow
Thomas and Keziah are devoted to one another, they have been together for several years, and there’s nothing he wouldn’t do for her, but that is as she is now, not as she will become.

I have to confess that horror and vampires and all that entails, are not my favourite shelves in any bookstore, but “Beneath the Willow” by Gemma Farrow was an interesting departure for me from my usual reads.

This novelette is well written and well proofread too, and if I had one gripe about it, I found it too short, but fear ye not, because the writer has said that she is working on a full-length novel, and that will no doubt please the legions of fans that this genre always… Read more
Shadows in the Sand (a fantasy novel) (Empyria, Bo&hellip by Michael Diack
Shadows In the Sand – Empyria – Book One.

“Shadows in the Sand” is the first part of a series of fantasy novels written by the young English writer Michael Diack.

It’s set in the ancient city of Nimar in Empyria, a desert land where the inhabitants are at risk, for the water supply is running out and it isn’t being replaced.

The writer’s expert knowledge of barren desert states comes through strong in his writing.

It reminds the reader of Tolkien’s stuff and with the fantasy genre enjoying a worldwide boom with a massive and growing following, this book will surely find a wide audience.

As you might expect there’s plenty of action with… Read more
A Flight of Fancy by Margaret Henderson Smith
A Flight of Fancy by Margaret Henderson Smith
Where do writers go between writing books? Some like John Grisham take a long six month break. Lucky things! Others dive straight into their next saga; while others still, like Margaret Henderson Smith, keep their hand in by blogging.

And through that "A Flight of Fancy" was born, a collection of some of Margaret's blogposts from the Big 40 blog, and it works well.

The book is snappily written with short sentences that keeps the pace moving along, and because of that it's easy to read too, and a fun read at that.

Margaret's much misunderstood character, Harriet Glover gets many a mention too, her from "Amber" and others besides, indeed in some places… Read more

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