Spotlight: Skydreamer by Sheryl Winters @RoanePublishing @WintersSheryl

Julie Reece has a nice spotlight out on Skydreamer if your interested.

 

Spotlight: Skydreamer by Sheryl Winters @RoanePublishing @WintersSheryl.

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Noah’s New Room.

I love the fact that as I get older I get to enjoy books out of my normal reading area. Today, i’ve brought you a lovely treat by the talented Jenna Lyn Field. Her new book Noah’s New Room looks like a fun treat. Scroll on down to see a bit more about it.

Noah’s New Room, the second release by children’s author Jenna Lyn Field is available now in both print and Kindle!

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Noah isn’t happy when the time arrives for him to have his own space. Luckily, Noah’s mummy knows just what to do. Noah’s New Room is a great way to help with this transition in any child’s life.

This beautifully illustrated, full-colour book is a great addition to any child’s library.

Grab your copy today:

Amazon US | Amazon UK

What’s more: Buy a copy in paperback and get the Kindle edition for FREE!

You can also add Noah’s New Room to your Goodreads.

Other titles by Jenna Lyn Field:

The Rabbit With Terrible Habits

Coming Soon from Jenna Lyn Field:

Colour Me Funky – Alphabet: Graffiti

About the author:

Author of children’s picture books, Jenna Lyn Field is the pen name of adult author J.A. Belfield. She lives in Solihull, England, with the best husband in the world, aka Mr B, a couple of back-chatting but pretty cool kids, a pooch she treats likes the baby of the house, and a scrawny cat that drives her insane.

Jenna also writes adult fiction under the name J.A. Belfield.

Find her here:

Amazon | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

Love’s Sorrow free? Not possible, but still…

Yes, you read that title right…

Love’s Sorrow is FREE on Kindle!! 

Be sure to share this offer with your followers & cyber buds…it’s only available for FREE download until Friday!

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Love’s Sorrow
Means of Mercy #1
by Terri Rochenski

Release Date: April 21, 2014
Genre: Historical Romance
Keywords: Romance, Historical, Series, Civil War, Scotland, 19th Century, America

Hired as a nanny for her cousin’s children, Anne Tearle finds security and a loving family. The children are a dream, but London society is a world of its own, one where a displaced farm girl has no business being. But, wealthy rake, Gavin MacKay, helps her to see associating with the upper class might not be as horrid as she first assumed. 

Like all things worthwhile, love comes at a price, and the cost soon bestows more anguish than joy. Lost, but not undone, Anne must find the courage to begin life anew, or succumb to sorrow’s unrelenting waves of grief.




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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT LOVE’S SORROW!

 

5 Harleys!! – Harlie’s Book Reviews

 

“Do yourself a favor and buy this book.  Put it on the top of your TBR pile and spend a day with Anne and Gavin.  You will feel gutted, stunned and just plain open-mouthed in the end.  Don’t say I didn’t warn you but this book is not to be ignored.  Ms. Rochenski has written a brilliantly, in some ways brutal, book that everyone must read and then come back and cry with me.  Only 7 months until the next book.”

 


 

 5 Stars! – Amazon Review

 

“This is not a cookie cutter romance that can be found in every bookstore. I applaud Terri Rochenski for writing the truth about Love. It can be faked, and people learn everyday in all walks of life that they have been used by people that they thought loved them.

 

I’m excited to see Anne’s journey continues with Love’s Revenge. It is a book I’ll definitely read.”

 

5 Stars! – Amazon Review

 

“I have to admit when I read the blurb and first started reading Love’s Sorrow I though it was a very well written but run of the mill historical romance, but don’t be mistaken I do not at all regret reading this book in fact I am avidly awaiting the next installment and believe me if I could help Terri Rochenski in any way for it to be out earlier I would.”

 


 

4 Stars!  Amazon Review

 

“If you want a feel-good, not-too-realistic romance, don’t read this book. If you want a realistic depiction of London in the 1800s, society’s prejudices, people’s selfishness and love and all its agony, this is the book for you.”