Monthly Archives: March 2014
Behind Locked Doors by C.A.Wittchen I would like to start out by commending this author for her enthusiasm and energy that she so clearly revealed in her work. I commend anyone who has finished writing a book and managed to … Continue reading →
My project continues and here are a few more covering several days from the last month. Enjoy! Feb 25 March 02 March 07 March 12 All photos copyright to me. Please do not copy.
I admit I was skeptical to begin with when reading the blurb about this book. I thought to myself that it would be another painful romance with weak female leads and overbearing, too-good-to-be-true male characters. But I am so happy … Continue reading →
Stephen Paul, author of ‘The Perfect Game’, is joining us today on Terraverum to talk about his book and let us see a glimpse into his writing habits and share some of his thoughts on books, characters and several other … Continue reading →
A few days ago I did a review of a book by G.L. Lathian and I was delighted when they (the writing duo who makes up G.L. Lathian) agreed to an interview as well! What inspired you to write this … Continue reading →
Puha (Master of the Wild; Volume 1) by J. Bradley Van Tighem This book was such an exciting adventure into another world and another culture. I was intrigued by the blurb and didn’t regret driving straight into the book after … Continue reading →
Welcoming Jeffrey Cook, author of Dawn of Steam, who is set for an interview with us today on Terraverum! ~Excerpt from ‘Dawn of Steam: First Light~ In 1815, in the aftermath of the Napoleonic Wars, two of England’s wealthiest lords … Continue reading →