Monday, February 28, 2022

#Review: EDUCATED BY THE EARL by Alexa Aston


  4 of 5 stars

Major Spencer Haddock's life was the army and he never expected to become the Earl of Middlefield. Never having been educated to inherit the title, he felt woefully unprepared to assume the duties and enter Polite Society. He meets Lady Tessa Foster when he tries to save her from a knife attack, but turns out Tessa did not welcome his interference. Spencer is taken with the blond beauty and vows to win her love. Now all he had to do was convince Tessa of that because she refused to allow him to court her. Can he win her love?

This was the first book in a new series and it was a good introduction to a group of childhood friends who were all second sons destined for the army. I enjoy Ms. Aston's books. She keeps the plot moving nicely along and I especially liked that Spencer learned that he couldn't just order people around like he was still in the army. Tessa was hard to like at the beginning. What gently born lady hires a thief as her lady's maid on the spot? That was a little unbelievable, but she grew on me as the story unfolded. There were a few twists and turns that kept the book exciting. I'm definitely looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

I voluntarily read the advanced reader copy and all opinions are my own.


Thursday, February 24, 2022

#SALE .99: THE VAMPIRE NIGHTLIFE BOXED SET by Debra L Martin & David W Small

The boxed set will be on sale for .99 for a limited time. It's a complete story revolving around vampire hunter Lacey Gardner and her soulmate Damon Harte. Be sure to grab your copy before the price goes back up to $5.99.

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The Silver Cross, Book 1
There are two things Boston detective Lacey Gardner knows about killing vampires. Slicing off a head or a hit directly to the heart are the only surefire ways to kill one. Silver is their Achilles heel. A vampire never wears silver.

When she meets bartender extraordinaire, Damon Harte, her heart does a quickstep for the dark hunky guy. She's learned the hard way that having a love interest in her line of work can be heart-wrenching. She's kept to herself for years, but something about Damon captivates her and draws her to him. When she learns Damon's devastating secret, she knows what she has to do: kill the man who has stolen her heart.

The Silver Double Cross, Book 2
Fresh off suspension for insubordination, Lt Detective Lacey Gardner is eager to get back to killing vampires. Reeling from the shock that her lover and soul mate, Damon Harte, was the former vampire king in Boston, she did the only thing she could—she shot him—twice.

Now Boston is under siege by a brutal new vampire king, and it's all her fault. The new king has declared the city's citizens fair game. The streets run red with victims' blood and it's up to Lacey and her team to hunt down the rogue vampires and restore order. When Damon comes back to Boston offering to help, Lacey has a heart-wrenching decision to make. Will she open her heart to the man she loves or will she be forced to send him to his final death?


#Review: UNMASKING THE DUKE by Mary Lancaster


4 of 5 stars

Johnny Winter,  Duke of Dearham, appears to be a carefree rake, but there's a lot more to him than most people know. For one, he's determined to right a terrible wrong committed against his Cousin Margaret by his grandparents. Margaret is gone, but Johnny is searching for her daughter. He's beginning to think Kitty Renwick is that long-lost distant cousin, but can he keep his attraction to her under wraps until he solves the mystery? Kitty has been enamored with Johnny for over a year since he first appeared at Maida Pleasure Gardens, long before she knew his true identity. When he tells her his suspicions, she doesn't believe it's possible, but a small flame of hope ignites that it could be true. Can they solve the mystery and achieve their own HEA?

I really liked Johnny's easy-going personality. His reputation as a rake has not endeared him to the ton, but his charm won over even his harshest critics. Problem is, no one really takes him seriously, but when he tackles the mystery of finding his cousin, even his family sees a different side of him. Kitty is a good girl who is kind to her family and friends. Even when her life is turned upside down, she never forgets where she came from. There was another intriguing mystery running throughout the book and it added an interesting element to the story. The plot moves along well and there's a big twist at the end that was quite surprising. I have enjoyed this series and am looking forward to the next book.

I voluntarily read the advanced reader copy and all opinions are my own.


Wednesday, February 23, 2022

#Review: THE LADY TEMPTS AN HEIR by Harper St. George


  3 of 5 stars

American Maxwell Crenshaw finds himself back in London when his father falls ill. His father commands him to marry or he'll not support his daughter August in her quest for a dock project for Crenshaw Ironworks. Max comes up with the scheme for a pretend engagement with Lady Helena March to placate his father, but he never expected to fall in love with her. Now his biggest obstacle is to convince Helena to marry him. Lady Helena vowed never to marry again. She's hiding a secret and cannot let herself fall for the handsome American. Can she stay strong and resist his charms?

I enjoyed the first two books in this series, but this one was kind of boring for me. All the angst that Helena constantly experiences got old after a while. She was taking it upon herself to decide Max's life as well as her own. I did love that Helena was passionate about helping unmarried women and their children and Max was so honorable when dealing with the crisis at Crenshaw Ironworks, but I didn't think August continuing to work now that she was a duchess fit in with the prevailing opinion of Society. Max's father, however, was just so arrogant and cared for nothing but his own profit to the expense of everything else. Even the epilogue did not satisfy my hope for the perfect HEA. I won't say what that is so it doesn't spoil the book for any other readers.

I voluntarily read the advanced reader copy and all opinions are my own.


Tuesday, February 22, 2022




   2 of 5 stars

I usually love books by Ms. Quinn, but this one was so boring! Nothing of importance really happens. Nate and Henrietta meet accidentally and from that brief meeting, they both decide the other person is the one they want to marry. There's no character growth. We're just told about Nate's previous bad behavior against Henrietta's sister, but by the time he comes back to London, he's completely reformed. Not having read any of the previous books in the series might have made all the characters introduced in the book make more sense. I almost stopped reading numerous times as the story just didn't hold my interest that much.

I voluntarily read the advanced reader copy and all opinions are my own.

#Review: GOOD GIRL'S GUIDE TO RAKES by Eva Leigh


3 of 5 stars

Kieran Ransome has been involved in his last scandal if he ever wants to continue to receive his allowance from his father. In order to make amends, he must find and wed a respectable woman within a year or he'll be left destitute. Problem is the only respectable woman Kieran knows is his best friend's sister and Society's darling, Celeste Kilburn, but will she be willing to help him repair his reputation? Celeste Kilburn is trapped by the expectations her father puts on her to lift the family social standing by marrying Lord Montfort, but she doesn't love him. When Kieran asks for her help, she says yes, but only if he'll agree to show her some of the more scandalous places in London. Kieran has no choice and agrees and when he begins to see a new side of Celeste, his feelings for her begin to change. Would Celeste ever agree to be his?

I liked Celeste and her desire to experience so much more than what a respectable young woman is allowed. Most of the book is about her finding her true self and her desires while Kieran also changes as he begins to have feelings for her. This is not the usual regency romance and there's lots of graphic sex scenes/talk so the reader should be warned if you don't prefer this in your romances. I'm not sure I'll read anymore in this series.

I voluntarily read the advanced reader copy and all opinions are my own. 


Monday, February 21, 2022

#Review: EARL ON THE RUN by Jane Ashford


  3 of 5 stars

Jack, Merrill, the next Earl of Ferrington, never dreamed he would be the earl. He had a thriving shipping business in Boston and had no intention of ever seeing his English relations after they treated his father so horribly. Jack decides to go to London to meet his relatives are and he receives nothing but criticism from the moment he meets them. He flees the city and decides to wander the countryside before he checks out his ancestral home where he meets Harriet Finch. Harriett has no idea that Jack the Rogue as she calls him is actually the Earl of Ferrington. They form an attachment, but when she finds out he lied to her, she wants nothing to do with him. Can Jack win back her trust and her heart?

This was a different type of regency romance and parts of it were enjoyable. I liked learning about the Travelers and Jack's friendship with them, but I didn't really warm up to Harriet. She refused to listen to Jack's explanation about why he kept his identity secret. Harriet's mother was annoying after a while with all her issues and Mr. Winstead, Harriet's grandfather, was an arrogant and insufferable beast. I was disappointed when he did not get his comeuppance at the end of the book. That would have been much more satisfying.

I voluntarily read the advanced reader copy and all opinions are my own. 


Wednesday, February 16, 2022

#Excerpt: A BLESSED DARKNESS by Elexis Bell

A Blessed Darkness
Elexis Bell
Publication date: February 22nd 2022
Genres: Adult, Fantasy, Romance

A dark connection. A deadly responsibility.

Sparks fly when Elairie, a mixed-blood elf living on the edge of society and serving as a night guard, meets her latest prisoner. Strange auras surround them, and a magical gravity draws her to him, despite what her associates might say about his race. But the connection they share comes with a dark side.

When Beluroan learns that he and his guard are Blessed Ones, hand-crafted by the Gods to stop a madman from recreating the Blood Magic of old, his veins run cold. Threatened with a return to the magical slavery such magic commands, fear grips him, and memories of his childhood Master fill his mind.

But together, their potential power frightens even the Gods. Can they overcome the prejudices marring their land and master their new magic in time to stop the man trying to enslave their country? Or will they succumb to their own power?

Filled with grit and magic, this literary romantic fantasy will take you on a ride.

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The vision whisks us away from the cottage, and our spirits fly to a tiny camp deep in the forest. We stand with hands joined, staring at four Elves gathered around a campfire.

Fortune magic whispers through my mind, telling me these are the Elves who took my mother. My blood boils, and I grit my teeth.

One of them, a young woman with a shaved head, has the faraway look of someone in the grip of a vision. The others wait, staring into the flames.

When her eyes focus on the world before her, she hisses, “Fetch her.”

A form beside her separates from the shadows. A malicious smile spreads over his features, but darkness hides sunken eyes. He disappears into a tent only to return, dragging my mother along behind him.

My heart twists in my chest.

Dirty ropes bind her hands. A gash on the side of her face sucks in the light, and dried blood coats her skin.

“Mother!” I scream, voice breaking.

But she doesn’t hear me.

The woman with the shaved head steps closer to her. “What do you know and who did you tell?”

“All I know is that Gourmaht wants to renew the Blood Magic, and he’s somewhere in the Cargam Mountains. That’s it.”

The bald woman looms over my mother, leaning close. “Who did you tell?”

“No one.”

The woman steps back and motions to the shadowy man. His hand flies out, slamming into my mother’s face.

She stumbles backward, nearly toppling into the flames, and I gasp. Cold horror sweeps through me.

But my mother doesn’t make a sound.

She squares her shoulders, lifts her chin. A single tear trickles over her cheek, and blood flows from the gash on her face, now weeping once more, cascading to her tattered shirt.

The bald woman shouts, “Who did you tell?”

Mother’s words come out a whisper, “No one. I told no one. I couldn’t bear to speak of it.”

Finally, this satisfies them. The bald woman enters another vision. But fortune magic tells me it isn’t by choice. Waergou triggered it. The same man who traced Mother’s location.

When she snaps out of it, she says, “Gourmaht believes that she told no one. She has no one, after all, so who would she tell? Such a pitiful, lonely existence.”

Turning to the remaining two figures, she says, “Make it look like an animal attack. Provoke one if you can.”

Then, she vanishes into the tent behind her.

The shadow man shoves Mother to the ground, and my mouth falls open. Beluroan’s grip on my hand tightens.

Don’t let them do this.

The remaining Elves, two faceless figures, drag her to the edge of the firelight. Shadow wraps around them, hiding their faces.

I reach for a stick, anything to use as a weapon, but my hand passes through. Only my spirit stands here.

The Elves pull knives from within their cloaks and slash my mother’s arms, her stomach, her legs. A terrible scream erupts from me, but they hear nothing.

Mother bites her lip, silent and still. Blood trickles from her mouth where teeth pierce flesh.

I tug at Beluroan’s arm, desperate to go to her, to save her, but he pulls me into his arms.

“Elairie, we can’t do anything,” he gasps, voice cracking as he tucks my head against his chest.

They drag her past us, leaving a trail of blood glistening on leaves and broken twigs.

Author Bio:

I'm a nerd with a lot of hobbies and enough sarcasm and swear words to make a sailor blush, though, you'll never hear a word of it if I'm not comfortable around you. I've been an introvert since birth. When I'm writing, though, words come easily.

At the end of the day, I just want to write stories that make people feel something.

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Monday, February 7, 2022

#Excerpt: WITH LOVE by Alexa Randolph

With Love, Ella
Alexa Randolph
(With Love, #1)
Published by: February 1st 2022
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Sports

New York’s power couple Daniel Collins and Ella Chambers, have been best friends since they were young. He is the Quarterback for the New York Giants, and she is one of the most sought-after New York Party Planners.

It is summertime in the Hamptons, which means Ella is in full swing planning events while Daniel prepares to get back to another season. They are busier than ever and more in love than ever.

He finally decided it is time to pop the question. Just after she says yes, she finds out news that has changed her world upside down.

Will they make it down the aisle?

Is the Hamptons drama too much for their relationship?

There are always people trying to take them down. Will they succeed?

Find out in the first book of the With Love, Series.

With Love, Daniel
Alexa Randolph
(With Love, #2)
Published by: February 1st 2022
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Sports

Daniel Collins, New York Giants Quarterback, just won the biggest game of his life, the Superbowl. He should be out celebrating with his loved ones, but instead, he has never felt so lost and alone.

He starts going down a dark path of destruction but cannot seem to find a way out. Then, one night he has a chance encounter with a stranger who is going through troubles of their own.

Daniel is in the process of losing everything, including his starting position on the team. His family and friends do not know what to do or how to help him.

Will he lose everything he holds near and dear to his heart?

Or will he finally see the light and get his life back on track?

Read on to find out how the With Love Series concludes.


EXCERPT (With Love, Ella):

Ella walked into the bathroom to see Marissa checking herself out in the mirror. Marissa looked

up to see Ella and rolled her eyes.

“Marissa,” Ella said while fixing her make-up.

“Ella,” Marissa said while walking toward the door with a suspicious smirk.

The two girls hated each other. Most people weren’t big fans of Marissa, but especially Ella.

Marissa was always jealous of Ella, and Ella didn’t like how Marissa treated her and her friends.

She just had no use for toxic people in her life. They used to be somewhat friends back in

elementary and middle school, but everything changed in high school. Marissa became a

cheerleader. She had always had a thing for Daniel, and she told him at a party during the

beginning of high school, but he told her he wasn’t interested. So she had blamed Ella and had

her fellow cheerleaders torment Ella. But, of course, no one blamed Ella for hating Marissa. The party was in full swing, and everyone was having a great time. Ella finally decided to relax

and let whatever was supposed to happen, happen.

“Hey babe, you ready for a drink?” Daniel asked.

“Yes, a drink sounds great right about now.”

They made their way to the bar.

“Hey Ella, hey Daniel. Party is going great. What can I get you both to drink?” Tommy, one of

the bartenders, asked.

“Hey, big T can I have a Miller Lite and a Riesling for the superstar over here?” asked Daniel,

pointing at Ella.

“You’re doing a great job, T, and I’m not a superstar. I’m just doing my job. As long as everyone

is happy, or most people are happy, I’m happy.”

“Daniel is right Ella, you are a superstar, and I will have your drinks up in a minute.”

Daniel and Ella were waiting for their drinks when Marissa came up to them. They both

inwardly groaned, not wanting to deal with her and her drama that always seemed to follow.

“Hello Ella, Hello Daniel,” Marissa said in her fake high-pitched voice.

“Hello, Marissa. Enjoying the evening?” Daniel asked.

“Yeah, it’s been fine. So Daniel, are you excited for the upcoming season?”

“Yes, it will be great to get back into the routine. I have a good feeling about it.”

“That’s great. Well, I can’t wait to come watch practice in a few weeks. I know you will do


“Practices are closed for family only, but you can always buy season tickets to watch the team,”

Ella explained, trying to be as sugary sweet as possible but getting annoyed.

“Oh, I know, my cousin is the second-string quarterback and was able to get me into practice. So

it’ll be great.” Marissa said while putting her arm around Daniel.

“Oh well, that’s nice. Daniel, I love this song. Let’s go dance,” Ella said, holding his hand.

“Sounds great, babe.”

“Bye, Marissa,” they said, walking away with their drinks in hand.

Marissa just stood there glaring at Ella. What did she have that Marissa didn’t? Ella and Daniel had been dancing for hours with their friends and family, having a great time.

Ella had to go to the bathroom, so she dragged Julia, Daniel’s sister, with her to the bathroom.

Marissa and her friend saw them go in, so they decided to follow. She couldn’t let Ella get away

with humiliating her in front of Daniel.
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I am a graduate of Michigan State University with a BA in Communications. I love to read, write, travel, binge watch Netflix for days, make up stories about random people I see for days and drink lots of coffee.

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Friday, February 4, 2022

#Review: DECEIVING THE DUKE by Elizabeth Ellen Carter


  4 of 5 stars

Seth Musgrave is the new Duke of Auchen after the death of his estranged father. Throughout his life, Seth had been bullied and called an imbecile by his father and Seth had tried so hard to prove his father wrong. His father's final wish was to return to Scotland and against his better judgment, Seth indulges the old man. Lady Ruby McAllister believes the former duke cheated her father out of his share of the profitable mill and pretends to be the old man's nurse to try and get him to do the right thing. What she doesn't count on was falling for Seth, but can they have a loving relationship based on lies and deceit?

This was an interesting read and the first book I've read by Ms. Carter. I felt such empathy for Seth trying to reconcile his feelings for his dying father who was proving to be the monster Seth remembered from his childhood or was he? The calming presence of Nurse Ruby is something Seth never counted on and he found himself falling in love with her. Ruby was a strong character who receives a shock in her quest for revenge and compensation from the old duke. She does redeem herself by letting Seth travel to London alone to adjust to being the duke while she stays in Scotland and tries to forget him. The plot moves along well and I especially liked Roddy, Seth's friend. He added some much needed levity to the story. While it was a rocky road, Seth and Ruby finally find their own HEA.

I voluntarily read the advanced reader copy and all opinions are my own.

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

#Excerpt: AUDREY by Sean-Paul Thomas

Sean-Paul Thomas
Publication date: May 21st 2021
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance

From the author of My Sister and I and The Old Man and The Princess (recently optioned to be a motion picture) – comes a new, suspenseful romantic tale that will knock you off your feet. A story that has a reminiscence of ‘500 days of Summer’ and ‘Midnight in Paris’ with a fair dollop of ‘The Graduate’ thrown in. And of course Audrey, a delightful, older female protagonist who takes the young and wayward ex-con Joe under her wing.

Just out of prison Joe, a young builder from Edinburgh who writes movie scripts in his spare time, randomly meets Audrey, a washed-up, hard-drinking, chain-smoking, middle-aged French film actress at his local film festival. After hitting it off and spending one crazy, magical night together, Audrey sees some potential in Joe and his writing and tries to help him win back his estranged daughter by getting his first screenplay made into a movie in Paris. And so, the adventure of a lifetime begins…

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“Don’t say that. Jesus. You were brilliant up there. And you barely look a day over twenty-nine.” Joe said with a reassuring grin. Audrey’s eyes widened and she smiled with delight at the compliment.

“Well the dim lighting out here in this dark alleyway is fantastic, yes?” she teased. “It hides all of my lovely wrinkles and skin imperfections.”

“Okay,” Joe said rolling his eyes. “Maybe thirty-five then when you were outside earlier in the natural light,” Joe said, teasing her back, trying his best to flirt with her now, but it had been such a long time since he’d played the flirting game with anyone, that he didn’t even know if he was doing it right anymore. They both chuckled at his words and Audrey even slapped him lightly on the arm. Joe took it as a pretty good sign that she enjoyed his rusty flirting banter, even if she was only humouring him. He was just about to ask her something else. Something a little bit deeper and meaningful. That was when the festival host suddenly appeared through the fire escape, desperately searching for Audrey. Joe realised instantly that he was coming to steal her away even before he gave Joe a quick dismissive look.

 “Miss Beart? We need to take some more pictures now. Can you please come back inside?”

Joe had never felt so gutted before in his life. It was like the brick alley walls around him were all crumbling in and there was nothing he could do to stop the imminent disaster. They both hesitated and looked deeply into each other’s eyes like they knew they had so much more to say and ask of the other. At first, the festival host just assumed that Joe was only a starstruck fan and would be dropped by Audrey like a hot piece of coal effective immediately at the host’s mere white-knight presence in front of them. But after a long but comfortable silence, even Joe felt surprised that Audrey was still standing there and hadn’t made her excuses to leave already.

“So…” She finally uttered with that cute and delightful smile of hers, which was directed straight at him once again. “It would appear as if they remembered who I am after all…”

Audrey threw her almost finished cigarette down onto the ground and stamped it out with her shoe.

“I guess it was nice meeting you then… Joseph...”

“Please, just call me Joe”

“Hey, Joe, what do you know?” Audrey replied right back at him with a playful smile and a casual wink.

“You too, Audrey. It was an absolute pleasure,” was all Joe could fire back even though he wanted to say a million and one other things.

There was another fleeting second of hesitation. Joe didn’t want her to go anywhere and he knew she could feel it too, but in the end, he felt utterly powerless to make her stay. Who the hell was he to demand such a thing? In a normal world of boy-meets-girl, this would have been the ideal time to ask for her number or e-mail address or at least add her on bloody Facebook. But Joe did nothing. Not only was he well out of practice on the boy-meets-girl market front, but who the hell was he to ask anything of her? Joe knew he didn’t belong there. He knew he didn’t belong in Audrey’s world at that particular moment in time. He hadn’t yet earned that kind of accolade or respect as an artist. He was a nobody, and she was a somebody. Joe lived in Edinburgh as an ex-con, part-time plumber, and a starving writer and she lived in the vibrant, stunning, and equally chaotic city of Paris, or so he’d read on her IMDB page, deep within the magical film world that Joe hadn’t even begun earning the right of entry into. Plus, it felt even more awkward to him with the festival host still impatiently leering over them, still wondering why on earth Audrey hadn’t made her excuses and left with him yet, but at the same time not wishing to appear verbally rude by enforcing her to come back into the cinema.

“Good luck with the movie, too, and your writing.” Joe finally added, still not taking his eyes away from the middle-aged beauty.

“Merci Beaucoup,” Audrey replied, still gazing right at him before finally turning away and beginning to make her idle move back through the fire exit doors and into the cinema. “See you then,” she continued in a tone that suggested if Joe would only man the hell up and ask her to meet him later that evening for a drink or a late-night coffee so they could chat some more about movies, writing, or whatever the hell other life subjects that came up, then she would absolutely and positively accept his invitation. But Joe didn’t say another damn word, because Joe wasn’t that bold, or charming, or confident. Had he ever been? Yes, perhaps, once upon a time, before five long years of living in a lonely cell had robbed him of some crucial part of his personality and socialising skills to the extent where two minutes conversing with a French film actress convinced him that was two minutes more than what he actually deserved. Then, to the cinema host’s deep frustrations, Audrey suddenly paused at the fire exit door for much longer than he would have liked.

“What are you doing later, Joe?” Audrey asked out of the blue. Joe found himself utterly taken aback by her question, but quickly composed himself with a sharp, cool, and confident response that he would thank himself for in the not too distant future.

“Nothing I can’t get out of. Why, what do you have in mind?”

“Can you show me where to buy some cigarettes around here?”

“Aye. I can do that.” Joe replied, utterly delighted but trying his best to hold it in.

“Good. Why don’t you meet me out front in say… thirty minutes, and I’ll maybe even let you show me around your wonderful city, too, if you’re lucky?” Audrey said, finishing with a wink.

Joe smiled with utter pleasure. He couldn’t quite believe what Audrey had just said, but he went with it all the same.


Author Bio:

Scottish Author/Screenwriter.

Sean is an author from Edinburgh in Scotland. He is the best selling Kindle Author of 'The Old Man and The Princess' which was recently optioned to be a major motion picture.

Sean spent most of his childhood and teenage years on the move with his Scottish and Irish army Parents growing up in the likes of Cyprus, Germany, Wales, and England, as an army brat.

With a keen interest in both reading and writing, he was diagnosed with travel and writing bugs very early in life. Now, writing, travelling, reading, cinema, and Scottish football (Supporting the mighty Edinburgh City for his sins) are his main passions in life.

His main inspiration for writing today comes from living in such a beautiful, charming and hauntingly, Gothic city, such as Edinburgh. An awe-inspiring wee city that has given him so much amazing inspiration to write the more time he spends there.

Recently, Sean has been working on a couple of screenplay adaptations of his books. One of which 'The Old Man and The Princess' made the final of the Nashville Film Festival Screenwriting Competition 2018 and has since been optioned by an award-winning Director /Producer team. Scheduled to go into production in Ireland in the summer of 2021 filming has been postponed until 2022 due to the recent covid pandemic.

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