Cherie’s second book is well under way for publication this year.
Notes from the Multiverse
Published by West Lothian Writers, this collection of short stories contains the exciting prequel to Cherie’s novel Out of Time. Get your copy today to start the adventure.
Come on an adventure through time and space with West Lothian Writers’ third anthology — Notes From the Multiverse.
Whether your interest is fairy tales, space opera, or just good old-fashioned murder and intrigue, these twenty-three tales will take your mind out of this world.
Out of Time
Time stops for no man, but it paused for one unusual woman.
She thought she was invincible. She was wrong.
Six hundred year old Julieanna Scott does not know what she is, or how she lost her humanity, but she never forgets and rarely forgives. When villains murder one of her companions, she sets out to eradicate the threat, but was Geoffrey’s death her fault or the widows?
This is my first paranormal book, but I found it to be a really good mystery as well. The writing is crisp and compelling. About two thirds of the way through I just had to finish it to know how it ended. There is humour in the book, and several of the characters are indeed “characters.” I loved the dog! Anna is a strong woman, used to doing everything herself. One of the subplots revolves around her learning humility and patience as well as learning to trust others. Does she succeed? Well, you will have to read the book. Two of her talents are fencing and rock climbing; the scenes using these talents seem technically accurate and authentic. I appreciated the lack of graphic sex and violence. I think it is suitable for a teenager.
This would not have been my first choice of genre but I very quickly got hooked on the characters and the plot.
The MC Dr Scott is quirky and not easy to like but interesting for all that.
The people she encounters along the way are so well written, each adding to the tale, until you arrive at the conclusion – hoping there is more.
Really good read.
Cymera Festival – Scotland’s festival of fantasy, science fiction and horror writing goes ONLINE full program of events and workshops 5-7 June 2020
Muiravonside Makers Market December 14, in the visitors hub (the building opposite the cafe) from 10 -14:00. The market will be featuring a range of local crafts people selling handmade wares. I will be displaying my books, as well as Baked Glass Creations art including ring cones, jewellery, ornaments, bookmarks, and potion bottles. Please contact me for any special request before the event.
Fantasy Con 18-20 October 2019
Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel, in Clydebank, Glasgow.
Cymera Festival – Scotlands festival of fantasy, science fiction and horror writing
7-9 June 2019
The Pleasance, 60 Pleasance, Edinburgh, EH8 9TJ
Book review of stepsister. A novel that takes off where the classic fairy tail ended. Amazing story with a strong heroine.
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Review of Kevin Hearne’s novel Hounded
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