Havana Queen by James Bruno: impossible to put down

In much the same way that the only true means to learn a foreign language is to immerse oneself in that country’s culture, the same is true for an author as they weave the atmosphere of their literary works. As a result, some choose to base their novels on more familiar grounds; places and ways… Continue reading Havana Queen by James Bruno: impossible to put down

The Field of Blackbirds by Thomas Ryan: indie authoring at its best

Thomas Ryan is one of the reasons I love my job so much. I’m a freelance editor working exclusively with indie authors these days and relishing every moment of it. There is so much talent out there and Thomas is one of these incredibly gifted writers whose work deserves a huge audience. There are a… Continue reading The Field of Blackbirds by Thomas Ryan: indie authoring at its best