Best Book Editors is truly the best friend you need for your book. They’ve treated me with kindness–and my characters don’t feel worse for wear with their attentive eye for detail scrutinizing everything they say! The editing team falls in love with the characters as a reader, and that carries over into what… Continue reading Testimonial from Jenna O’Malley February 15 2022 for general recommendation on FB page.
Interviews, scary or what? I’m talking job interviews, and I’ve had enough of them in my life, though you’re lucky if you can land one these days. The application forms you have to fill in are terrifying. The travelling life I led before settling into older age makes form-filling a nightmare. How can I remember… Continue reading Blog 01 March 2022; Take a Seat Miss Jones; Showcasing the author Ali Fischer by Staff Blogger Laura Lyndhurst
Christmas happened. Our illustrious leader Sooz burned the midnight oil in the office, and the Ghost-Write of Christmas Present duly became that of Christmas Past. She’s yet to see that of Christmas-Yet-to-Come, but there’s plenty of time for that. Into the New Year, we trot. The build-up and fireworks take us into singing Auld… Continue reading BLOG: January 4th 2022 – The Week After The Week After Christmas by Laura Lyndhurst
We open this first book in a three-book series with a glorious study of a young woman on the cusp of adulthood dealing with the pressure and tribulations of her mental health issues. Like many girls in this modern society, she feels abandoned by her absent father, but it’s more than that—she is different. We… Continue reading Book Review The Sensorians Awakening by Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg
I have to say, Best Book Editors are a wonderful bunch of people. Their rates are good – not exorbitant – and you do get a professional, well-polished job. Check out their book trailers if you need proof of how good they are. I’m over the moon with mine. Website https://www.bestbookeditors.com/… Continue reading Testimonial Amanda Sheridan 24th November 2021 for book trailer posted on FB group
This book is written by an author who has lived a remarkable life. A lady who has travelled the world and seen many things. She has lived ten lifetimes. And this is her story. The book is a memoir written about a little girl born into a troubled Iranian family. Arghavan is the third… Continue reading Review of Soul Whisper by Arghavan Gousheh
Everybody loves Jessica. And you will too. This book is so well blended that it’s difficult to decide if it’s character, plot or descriptive driven. As the teaser suggests, it should be character-driven because we fall in love with our heroine, Jess. It’s impossible not to. She’s down-to-earth, authentic and fallible—and that makes her very… Continue reading Review of Listless in Turkey by Onia Fox.
OMG! I think I’ve fallen in love with you and all your staff. Your family and your neighbours! I’ve only watched it about 15 times already. I love it so much. I’m crying happy tears. And I’ll probably sit here all day watching it until it’s seared into my eyeballs. I am so excited about… Continue reading Testimonial Amanda Sheridan 19th November 2021 for book trailer
A tense and gripping thriller with more twists than a corkscrew. Halfway through this book, I had it all sewn up and sorted out—only I didn’t. The story explores the bond between identical twins. Abby has been kidnapped, and Kaylee sets out on a quest to find out what has happened to her. However, she… Continue reading Review of The Whispering Magpies by A J Saunders
We have plenty to say and a showcase for Isra Sravenheart this week. Welcome to another silly season. Here we go, less than a month to Christmas, and the world is gearing up. We have the Christmas adverts, TV presenters (and my senior manager) wearing their Crimbo-jumpers. The supermarket shelves are stocked—plenty of bog roll… Continue reading Blog: BBE Blog the 27th of November 2021. Dance with the Devil