OK. The sun is shining, we’ve lost an hour of our lives that we’ll never get back and I have retrieved my boarders and flip-flops from the cupboard, so that can only mean one thing: Spring officially starts today!
So, in order to celebrate, BtB is a little different today. One thing remains though. Yup, you’ve guessed it – no crap.
So, to the point (see? No digressing)… the purpose of this post today is three-fold.
I’d like to introduce you to three equally awesome peeps who you have probably heard of before. All three are big-hitters in the MWiDP camp and supremely talented.
Feast your eyes on my first offering – a wonderful collection of four (yes, I did say four) historical fiction novels from the brilliant Sarah Woodbury. WHERE ELSE CAN YOU GET FOUR AWESOME BOOKS FOR UNDER £6???? And not just any old books, but enhanced books!
It’s spring madness!
Here’s the blurb:
From the acclaimed historic fiction writer Sarah Woodbury, four of her Welsh history series in one box-set volume.
The Good Knight – Part one of the Gareth & Gwen Medieval Mysteries. If you liked Cadfael you’ll love this.
Cold My Heart – a Novel of King Arthur.
The Last Pendragon – Arthurian tales set in Wales. Part on of the Pendragon Saga.
The Pendragon’s Quest – Part two of the Pendragon Saga.
This is an enhanced ebook with extras including maps, pronunciation guide, historic background notes and images, and an introduction by UK best-selling author Saffina Desforges.
Here’s the link things:
Cool huh? ‘Course it is, it’s what we do, right? 😉
And so to awesome peep numero duo. Yes, it’s the one and only Anne R. Allen and her Camilla Randall Mysteries box set:
Here’s what the blurb says about this 3-in-1 set:
If this is your first time with author Anne R. Allen then there can be no better way to hit the ground running than with this delightful Camilla box-set.
The Best Revenge is actually a prequel to the highly acclaimed Ghostwriters In The Sky, and takes us back to Camilla Randall’s early years, when she first met Plantagenet Smith.
Ghostwriters In The Sky fasts forward to a more mature Camilla Randall, hoping to have an easy ride at a writers’ conference in California. Needless to say fate has other ideas.
In Sherwood Ltd. Anne R. Allen conveys Camilla to the merry England of Robin Hood legend, where of course Camilla once again ends up in the most improbable, but always believable, circumstances.
Together, these three novels make up the Camilla Randall Mysteries. So far. But Anne will be bringing us more Camilla in the future, fear not.
So, who’s the third peep then? I hear you ask.
Well, you didn’t think those mega-fabulous covers just materialised on my Mac did ya?
Nope, they are courtesy of our resident cover artist and uber-cool dude, Athanasios.
So, check him and his work out at Covers for hire.
You can also check out his books on Amazon, this is Mad Gods.
So, there you have it. Another Sunday without any bullshit. Just telling you how it is. Have a great day and hey, stay free of the brown stuff! 😉
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