I picked up a copy of The Waking Bell almost a year ago, and it finally made it to the top of my TBR. This was my first time reading either of the co-authors, and I wasn't disappointed. https://read.amazon.com/kp/card?asin=B0953YQF9L&preview=inline&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_28YT4H8C9ZF93DS1EHRR My Review ★★★★ I don’t read a lot of historical fiction, but the blurb for this... Continue Reading →
Hey everyone. I'm on the road today, visiting with Teri Polen for her month-long Bad Moon Rising series. If you don't follow her blog or this series, I highly recommend it. Bad Moon Rising happens every October. Teri puts a lot of work into this event. I, for one, am grateful for her support of... Continue Reading →
Hey, everone. Sally Cronin is featuring a lovely review of Cold Dark Night. Hope you take time to hop over there.
Sally is a wonderful supporter of writers and is a talented author herself. If you aren’t following her blog, you’re missing out!
Welcome to the Friday edition of the Cafe and Bookstore with recent reviews for authors on the shelves.
The first author today is Joan Hallwho has received great reviews for her recent release Cold Dark Night: Legends of Madeira
About the book
New husband, new house, new town… and a new mystery to solve.
Tami Montgomery thought her police chief husband was going to be the only investigator in the family when she gave up her journalism career and moved with him to Madeira, New Mexico.
But after the historical society asks her to write stories for a book celebrating the town’s one-hundred fiftieth year, she becomes embroiled in a new mystery. If she can’t solve this one, she could lose everything. Her research uncovers a spate of untimely deaths of local law enforcement officials. Further digging reveals a common link—they all lived in the house she and…
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Hey, everyone. I've had a lot of fun on my promo tour for Cold Dark Night. But as they say, all good things must come to an end, and what better way to wrap up this tour than a visit with Marcia Meara. Not only is Marcia is a talented author, she also knows about... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone. Today I'm visiting with Michele Jones. She is the author of Romance Under Wraps and has contributed to several anthologies. Hope to see you there! Click here to visit.
Hey, everyone. I'm super excited to visit with my friend and fellow author Staci Troilo. She and I go back a few years. Without her encouragement, I might not be writing. Staci is also a multi-genre author. She's one who is on my auto-read list, so I know you'll want to check out her book... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone. I don't often post twice in one day, but wanted to let you know that Cold Dark Night is featured today on Sally Cronin's Smorgasbord Cafe. If you aren't following Sally's blog, you should. She is a wonderful supporter of writers and is also an author herself. Click here to visit.
Hey, everyone. This is a busy week for the Cold Dark Night tour. Today's visit is with fellow author and Story Empire contributor, John Howell. You can find John every day on his blog Fiction Favorites. If you aren't following his blog, I highly recommend it. And don't forget to check out his books while... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone. I'm excited to kick off the third and last week of the Cold Dark Night tour with author and Story Empire contributor, D. L. Finn. Denise writes children's books, poetry, paranormal and romantic suspense. Don't forget to check out her list of titles. I hope you'll join me there. Just click here to... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone. The tour for Cold Dark Night is moving right along. Today's I'm with Jan Sikes who is also the newest member of Story Empire. Jan is an award-winning author and her titles include both short stories and novels. Be sure to check out her books while you're there. Click here to visit.
Hey, everyone. The road trip continues for Cold Dark Night. Today's stop is with author Gwen Plano. Gwen's books include both fiction and non-fiction. She's also a talented poet and joined Story Empire last year. Looking forward to seeing you at Gwen's place. Click here to visit.
Hey, everyone. It's day three of the promo tour for Cold Dark Night. I'm excited to be a guest on fellow author and Story Empire contributor Harmony Kent. Harmony is a multi-genre author. She's also written some non-fiction books on the craft of writing. Make sure you visit her books page to check out her... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone. The tour for Cold Dark Night continues. Today, I'm visiting with my friend and fellow author, Mae Clair. She is one of the founding members of Story Empire. Mae is the author of several novels, mostly in the mystery/suspense genre. Her books include the Point Pleasant and Hodes Hill series. If you haven't... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone. Today I'm kicking off the tour of my new novel, Cold Dark Night. The first stop is with fellow author and SE contributor C S Boyack. Craig is always a generous host and is also the author of several books in the Fantasy/Science Fiction Genre, including the Lizzie and The Hat Series. While... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone. I don’t usually post on the weekends, but wanted to let you know that I’m featured on Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore today. Hope you’ll pop over and take a look.
Since the last series of meet the authors in June last year another 25 authors have joined the Cafe and Bookstore. This is an opportunity to get to know them and their books a little better. I will also include their blog social media links and it would be great if you could follow them there too.
Meet Matthew Keeley
Writing and reading have been life-long passions for me. I studied English Literature and Film & TV Studies at the University of Glasgow and am currently a full-time secondary school English teacher.
I write both fiction (various genres) and non-fiction. My main focus is novel-writing and my debut science-fiction novel, Turning the Hourglass, was released by Black Rose Writing in 2019. I have also had short fiction published in various anthologies and magazines. In 2019 I also won the National Trust Scotland Morton Writing Competition in the Scots category for…
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