Stevie Turner, Author.

Stevie Turner,  Author

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My family drama 'Repent at Leisure' will be FREE from October 1st - October 4th: 

Paul McAdam wakes up to find a mysterious woman in his bed, but has no memory of how she got there. Soon, Cat Taylor worms her way into his life and eventually moves into his flat. This arrangement suits Paul well — until he meets his ideal woman, Anita Fairfax.

Soon after, they find Cat dead in Paul’s apartment. Despite little evidence, the police suspect him of murder. Anita stands by her new husband, but doubt soon creeps in as his behavior becomes increasingly erratic.

Could Paul be responsible for the murder - or is there more to it than meets the eye?


17 May 2016 by Julz Gall
Format: Kindle Edition
I absolutely loved this book so much so that i read it all in one sitting! Of course it had nothing to do with it being set in my native Scotland lol, I found that the characters were very well written and they developed as the story progressed, they were down to earth and believable while at times they were altogether sinister but you end the tale feeling like the events could have actually happened to someone you know.

This story takes us on a tour of the world beginning in Scotland and visiting Spain, England and Australia before returning to Scotland, and i found the author had researched very well all the place which you will visit in this book, as well as great use of slang fitting the place you are in at that particular time in the novel .

Although I would categorize this story as a tale of love and romance it would also fit into either the crime drama or thriller genre just as well.

I am not going to put any spoilers in this review as i want the reader to experience it the way i did by turning the pages to find out what happens next in Paul and Anita's lives.

BARGAIN BOOK #0.99 / $0.99

Another family drama  'A Marriage of Convenience' is just £0.99 / $0.99 until October 4th 

Gerrie Hermann, aspiring rock star from a rich South African family, has an unusual proposal for Sophie Woods when he meets her for the first time in their university canteen. Strait-laced Sophie has never done anything out of the ordinary in the whole of her 19 years. When she decides to take Gerrie up on his offer she has no idea that her decision is going to affect the rest of her life in ways that she could never have foreseen, even in her wildest dreams.


We have a winner and runner up for September.  The winner is Kelly Wallace-Artieri with a rather touching story called 'I Rang the Bell'.

Runner up is Darlene Foster with her horror story 'As the Crow Flies'.


This month I'm pleased to be able to feature my fellow blog-hopper P.J MacLayne and her fantasy novel 'Wolves' Gambit':

A computer geek by day and a writer by night, P.J. MacLayne grew up in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania and sets much of her writing in that landscape. She currently lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains.

Book Description:

Wolf-shifter Lori Grenville was rescued from near-slavery and a brutal pack leader by the Free Wolves. To pay back the favor, she's dedicated her life to helping others in the same situation, leading shifters to safety and a new start, risking her life in the process. She's faced down alphas and has no qualms in undermining pack structure.

Now she's challenged with the task of restoring an alpha to his rightful place. If she gets it right, she can stop a war from ripping apart two packs and spreading across an entire state. If she fails, she'll be among the first to die.

There's still the option of walking away and letting the Jaeger and Destin packs destroy each other. That means she'll fail in her original mission of rescuing the daughter of the Jaeger alpha before the girl is forced into marriage for political gain.

Lori hasn't failed in a mission yet. This one may be the exception.


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