14 May, 2021

The Shadows of Versailles (An Affair of the Poisons Book One) By Cathie Dunn Book Tour! @cathiedunn @maryanneyarde @cathiedunnwrites #coffeepotbookclub #HistoricalFiction #HistoricalMystery

Book Title: The Shadows of Versailles

Series: An Affair of the Poisons, Book One

Author: Cathie Dunn

Publication Date: November 20th, 2020

Publisher: Ocelot Press

Page Length: 251 (ebook) / 277 (pb)

Genre: historical fiction / mystery

The Shadows of Versailles

(An Affair of the Poisons Book One)

By Cathie Dunn

Dazzled by Versailles. Broken by tragedy. Consumed by revenge.

When Fleur de La Fontaine attends the court of King Louis XIV for the first time, she is soon besotted with handsome courtier, Philippe de Mortain. She dreams of married life away from her uncaring mother, but Philippe keeps a secret from her.

Nine months later, after the boy she has given birth to in a convent is whisked away, she flees to Paris where she mends gowns in the brothel of Madame Claudette, a woman who helps ‘fallen’ girls back on their feet.

Jacques de Montagnac investigates a spate of abducted children when his path crosses Fleur’s. He searches for her son, but the trail leads to a dead end – and a dreadful realisation.

Her boy’s suspected fate too much to bear, Fleur decides to avenge him. She visits the famous midwife, La Voisin, but it’s not the woman’s skills in childbirth that Fleur seeks.

La Voisin dabbles in poisons.

Will Fleur see her plan through? Or can she save herself from a tragic fate?

Delve into The Shadows of Versailles and enter the sinister world of potions, poisoners and black masses during the Affairs of the Poisons, a real event that stunned the court of the Sun King!

Is your book on Kindle Unlimited? - Yes.

Universal Link (if you have it): Amazon:  https://mybook.to/ShadowsVersailles  

Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08LHC27F7/ 

Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08LHC27F7/ 

Amazon CA: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B08LHC27F7/ 

Amazon AU: https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B08LHC27F7/ 

Cathie Dunn writes historical fiction, mystery, and romance.

Cathie has been writing for over twenty years. She studied Creative Writing, with a focus on novel writing, which she now teaches in the south of France. She loves researching for her novels, delving into history books, and visiting castles and historic sites.

Her stories have garnered awards and praise from reviewers and readers for their authentic description of the past.

Cathie is a member of the Historical Novel Society and the Alliance of Independent Authors.

After nearly two decades in Scotland, she now lives in the historic city of Carcassonne in the south of France with her husband, two cats and a rescue dog. 

Website: http://www.cathiedunn.com 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cathiedunn 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CathieDunnAuthor 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cathiedunnwrites/ 

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.fr/cathiedunnwrites/ 

BookBub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/cathie-dunn 

Amazon Author Page: https://author.to/CathieDunn  

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5066224.Cathie_Dunn 

13 May, 2021

Discerning Grace Series: The White Sails Series by Emma Lombard Blog Tour! @LombardEmma @maryanneyarde #HistoricalFiction #DiscerningGrace #BlogTour #CoffeePotBookClub

Book Title: Discerning Grace

Series: The White Sails Series

Author: Emma Lombard

Publication Date: 22 February 2021

Page Length: 372 pages

Genre: Historical Women’s Fiction

Twitter Handles: @LombardEmma @maryanneyarde

Instagram Handles: @emmalombardauthor @coffeepotbookclub

Hashtags: #HistoricalFiction #DiscerningGrace #BlogTour #CoffeePotBookClub

Discerning Grace

(Book One of The White Sails Series)

By Emma Lombard

About the Book

As the first full-length novel in The White Sails Series, DISCERNING GRACE captures the spirit of an independent woman whose feminine lens blows the ordered patriarchal decks of a 19th century tall ship to smithereens.

Wilful Grace Baxter, will not marry old Lord Silverton with his salivary incontinence and dead-mouse stink. Discovering she is a pawn in an arrangement between slobbery Silverton and her calculating father, Grace is devastated when Silverton reveals his true callous nature.

Refusing this fate, Grace resolves to stow away. Heading to the docks, disguised as a lad to ease her escape, she encounters smooth-talking naval recruiter, Gilly, who lures her aboard HMS Discerning with promises of freedom and exploration in South America.

When Grace's big mouth lands her bare-bottomed over a cannon for insubordination, her identity is exposed. The captain wants her back in London but his orders, to chart the icy archipelago of Tierra del Fuego, forbid it. Lieutenant Seamus Fitzwilliam gallantly offers to take Grace off the fretting captain's hands by placing her under his protection.

Grace must now win over the crew she betrayed with her secret, while managing her feelings towards her taciturn protector, whose obstinate chivalry stifles her new-found independence. But when Grace disregards Lieutenant Fitzwilliam's warnings about the dangers of the unexplored archipelago, it costs a friend his life and she realises she is not as free as she believes.

Universal Link: https://books2read.com/discerning-grace

Emma Lombard


Emma Lombard was born in Pontefract in the UK. She grew up in Africa—calling Zimbabwe and South Africa home for a few years—before finally settling in Brisbane Australia, and raising four boys. Before she started writing historical fiction, she was a freelance editor in the corporate world, which was definitely not half as exciting as writing rollicking romantic adventures. Her characters are fearless seafarers, even though in real life Emma gets disastrously sea sick. Discerning Grace, is the first book in The White Sails Series.

To join the crew—subscribe to Emma's newsletter: www.emmalombardauthor.com


Website: https://www.emmalombardauthor.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LombardEmma

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EmmaLombardAuthor

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emmalombardauthor/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/57177943-discerning-grace

Highland Hero by Cynthia Breeding Cover Reveal!

Highland Hero
Cynthia Breeding
(Children of the Mist, #2)
Published by: Entangled: Amara
Publication date: June 14th 2021
Genres: Adult, Historical Romance

When Juliana Caldwell is abducted from a MacGregor gathering to become the bride of Neal Cameron, time is of the essence to find her. Rory MacGregor is the best tracker the clan has and is ordered to bring her back, even though the two of them have never agreed on anything including that the sky is blue and the grass green.

He certainly would not be Juliana’s first choice of a hero, but at the moment she isn’t going to quibble about who her rescuer is. She’ll do anything to escape, even pretending to be hand-fasted to Rory in order to get the Cameron laird to release her. That plan soon goes awry, and she and Rory are pursued by a determined Neal and they take a circuitous route home, only to be caught in a blizzard that closes the mountain pass they need to take.

They are stranded at Invergarry Castle which poses its own problems since the MacDonnells are friends of the MacGregors and the pseudo-hand-fasting suddenly becomes real. Rory begins to realize that the idea rather appeals to him, but breaking the news to Juliana will be another matter.

Goodreads / Amazon / Barnes & Noble / iBooks / Kobo / Google Play

Author Bio:

Cynthia Breeding is an award-winning author of eighteen novels and twenty-four novellas. She currently lives on the bay in Corpus Christi, Texas, with her absolutely-not-spoiled Bichon Frise and enjoys sailing and horseback riding on the beach.

Website / Facebook / Goodreads

Hosted by:

12 May, 2021

Birth of a Unicorn: Six Basic Steps To Success by Heather Wilde Guest Review and Giveaway!

Birth of a Unicorn by Heather Wilde

Birth of a Unicorn: Six Basic Steps To Success by Heather Wilde 
Publisher:  Sunbury Press, Inc (November 11, 2020) 
Category: Business: Women & Business, Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance, Self-Help/Motivational, Non-Fiction 
Tour dates: April-May, 2021 
ISBN: 978-1620063347 
Available in Print 158 pages and ebook 184 pages

  Birth of a Unicorn

Description Birth of a Unicorn by Heather Wilde

Birth of a Unicorn: Six Basic Steps to Success is the story of what it takes to found a billion-dollar company -- also known as a unicorn. It's told from the perspective of a founding employee, and shows the years and years of emotional strain, stress and dedication that building a successful company takes -- and a framework to follow if you'd like to try it yourself. In this book, you'll find the true story behind one of Silicon Valley's famous companies on its rise to the top. Peek behind the curtain as you see the highs and lows from an insider perspective, on the roller coaster that is the start-up life. What emerges is a lasting friendship, a billion-dollar company, and an understandable framework of success for you to replicate.

Excerpt Birth of a Unicorn by Heather Wilde

In Birth of a Unicorn, Heather Wilde covers the many facets of building a business – and how ideas can come from anywhere in your life. Here is just one of those many examples. Like all great CEOs, Phil believed that if someone gives you a great idea, you should figure out a way to adapt it for your use. He always insisted that you give that person credit for their initial idea, but what you do with it from there is all you. One of Phil’s oldest friends was a naval submarine captain, and he spoke about him fondly and often—especially during our company All- Hands meetings. 
On one occasion, he told us how they had an “Official Training Program” in the Navy, where seamen who are in the officer accession process could silently observe the essential meetings with senior officers on the ship to learn as much as they could before being promoted. He thought this idea was perfect for Evernote, especially as one of our core values was transparency. In practice, what it meant was that any employee would be allowed to join any open calendar meeting, up to two per month, outside their department. 
The theory was that it would help them to learn what was going on elsewhere in the company—or at least what questions to ask to find out. In practice, it was not exactly how he had envisioned it. While it was true that everyone’s meetings were visible, and for the most part, people were willing to add you to a meeting invite if you asked, no one had time to join more meetings than they already had on their schedule. 
The only people who had the opportunity to attend the meetings were interns, and since they were temporary employees, their attendance would not be the best use of their resources. Phil decided to scrap that program and try again—after all, being adaptable is a crucial tenet of entrepreneurship. The next version was called “Evernote University.” 
This time, instead of making people sit in other meetings that they didn’t have time for and had no business sense to be in, he asked our team to come up with a list of hobbies and skills they’d be interested in learning more about off-hours. On the list were things like Flight Training, Butchery, Foraging, and Brewing. 
Then we got some volunteers from the office for people who wanted to teach classes, and they received a supply budget. For classes that had no “volunteacher,” Evernote would give you a specific dollar credit for a similar course elsewhere. This program was much more successful, as people were more willing to have fun with each other, learning new, non-work skills than do more work. This success led to other non-traditional benefits added to the office. 
When Phil heard that people were complaining about how long it was taking them to clean on the weekends, he added a housecleaning service. When people started getting stress headaches, he brought in-office mas- sages once a week. 
We already had an onsite company gym available 24/7 and a variety of snacks. When people started complaining about weight gain, we brought in a chef to cater healthy breakfast and lunch meals. Over the years, we added an unlimited vacation policy and an additional bonus once you proved you had taken one, the option for a metro card or electric car subsidy, technology benefits, educational grants, and many other perks—but it all started with a submarine.

Review Birth of a Unicorn by Heather Wilde

Guest Review by
Sol Heather Wilde's memoir/self-help guide, 'Birth of a Unicorn: Six Basic Steps to Success,' is a book that brought me in from the first page and wouldn't let me put it down. Wilde was one of the first employees of the app Evernote, a successful start-up that now has over 200 million users worldwide. 
It's hard to quantify success, especially in the tech start-up world, but Wilde has been on the team with many companies that were considered, 'Unicorns' or, companies that made a billion dollars. Of course, that isn't to say that she hasn't experienced setbacks of her own. 
Between marriage problems, mental health issues and having to start over at different places multiple times, Wilde has dealt with her fair share of misfortunes. But her strong sense of purpose throughout all of these difficulties gave the memoir portion of this book heart and impact that make it relatable. I really appreciated the tone of Wilde's writing. She gives advice very freely, but gently, in a way that doesn't make you feel like she is talking down to you (as so many other advice books do). 
This is a woman who has been through a lot, but managed to find success through all of it and her journey is both remarkable and an inspiration for everyone who is interested in working in the tech industry. I know I will be thinking of this book for a long time to come and retaking the assessment in the back that is meant to help you figure out what matters the most to you in your life and how to make sure that others things don't take precedence over those things. 
 I can recommend this book highly and I think everyone, regardless of their interest in the tech world, would enjoy reading it.

About Heather Wilde

Birth of a Unicorn by Heather Wilde

Heather Wilde was the eighth employee of Evernote, where she oversaw the company's growth from thousands to 100 million customers. She has published popular games, trained Fortune 500 brands, advised hundreds of start-ups, and managed some major non-profit programs. At her non-profit, Serenze Global, and as a fractional CTO through her company ROCeteer, her award-winning work keeps the Unicorn Whisperer constantly traveling across the globe to find the next unicorn. 
IMDB:  https://www.imdb.com/name/nm7705219/

Buy Birth of a Unicorn by Heather Wilde

Amazon Barnes&Noble IndieBound

Giveaway Birth of a Unicorn by Heather Wilde

This giveaway is open worldwide for print or eBook and ends on May 22, 2021,midnight pacific time. Entries are accepted via Rafflecopter only.

Follow Birth of a Unicorn by Heather Wilde

 Teddy Rose Book Reviews Plus Apr 6 Kickoff & Interview 
 Miller Amazon Apr 7 Review 
 Lu Ann Rockin' Book Reviews Apr 9 Guest Post 
 GudReader Goodreads Apr 12 Review 
 Dave C. Amazon Apr 12 Review 
 Betty Toot’s Book Reviews Apr 13 Review & Excerpt 
 Am Goodreads Apr 14 Review 
 Katy Goodreads Apr 15 Review 
  From Isi Apr 19 Review 
 Dianne Hot Mess Princess Apr 20 Review & Guest Post 
 Becky Life as Rog Apr 21 Review & Excerpt 
 Lu Ann Rockin' Book Reviews Apr 22 Review 
 Amber M. Amazon Apr 23 Review 
 Sage Nor Bound 4 Escape Apr 26 Guest Review 
 Ellen Goodreads Apr 27 Review 
 Dr.Amrita Basu Healthwelthbridge Apr 30 Review 
 Liam W. Goodreads May 3 Review 
 Smitty B. Goodreads May 5 Review 
 Andy K. Amazon May 6 Review 
 Pam O. Amazon May 7 Review (postponed) 
 Dr.Amrita Basu Healthwelthbridge May 10 Interview 
 Sol Celticlady’s Reviews May 12 Guest Review & Excerpt 
 Linda Lu Goodreads May 13 Review 
 Jas International Book Promotion May 14 Review 
 Mike M. Goodreads May 17 Review 
 Bee Book Pleasures May 19 Review & Guest Post 
 Gracie Goodreads May 21 Review

  Birth of a Unicorn by Heather Wilde

11 May, 2021

Under the Light of the Italian Moon By Jennifer Anton @ boldwomanwrites @maryanneyarde @coffeepotbookclub #HistoricalFiction

Book Title: Under the Light of the Italian Moon

Author: Jennifer Anton

Publication Date: 8th March 2021

Publisher: Amsterdam Publishers

Page Length: 394 Pages

Genre: Historical Fiction/Biographical Fiction

Twitter Handles: @ boldwomanwrites @maryanneyarde

Instagram Handle: @boldwomanwriting @coffeepotbookclub

Hashtags: #HistoricalFiction #Italywwii #rememberwomen #BlogTour #CoffeePotBookClub

Under the Light of the Italian Moon

By Jennifer Anton

A promise keeps them apart until WW2 threatens to destroy their love forever

Fonzaso Italy, between two wars

Nina Argenta doesn’t want the traditional life of a rural Italian woman. The daughter of a strong-willed midwife, she is determined to define her own destiny. But when her brother emigrates to America, she promises her mother to never leave.

When childhood friend Pietro Pante briefly returns to their mountain town, passion between them ignites while Mussolini forces political tensions to rise. Just as their romance deepens, Pietro must leave again for work in the coal mines of America. Nina is torn between joining him and her commitment to Italy and her mother.

As Mussolini’s fascists throw the country into chaos and Hitler’s Nazis terrorise their town, each day becomes a struggle to survive greater atrocities. A future with Pietro seems impossible when they lose contact and Nina’s dreams of a life together are threatened by Nazi occupation and an enemy she must face alone…

A gripping historical fiction novel, based on a true story and heartbreaking real events.

Spanning over two decades, Under the Light of the Italian Moon is an epic, emotional and triumphant tale of one woman’s incredible resilience during the rise of fascism and Italy’s collapse into WWII.


Amazon: getbook.at/JAnton

Barnes & Noble: https://bit.ly/3n1nDqC​ 

Waterstones: https://www.waterstones.com/book/under-the-light-of-the-italian-moon/jennifer-anton//9789493231009

Bookshop.org (U.S. only): https://bit.ly/3ofS39T

I am Books Boston: https://bit.ly/2Z0mWUO


Jennifer Anton

Jennifer Anton is an American/Italian dual citizen born in Joliet, Illinois and now lives between London and Lake Como, Italy. A proud advocate for women's rights and equality, she hopes to rescue women's stories from history, starting with her Italian family.

Social Media Links:

Website: www.boldwomanwriting.com

Twitter: www.twitter.com/boldwomanwrites

Facebook: www.facebook.com/jenniferantonauthorpage

Instagram: www.instagram.com/boldwomanwriting

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/janton1468/_created/

Book Bub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/jennifer-anton

Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Jennifer-Anton/e/B08RL6HBDN%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share

Goodreads: https://bit.ly/2XsHt3F

Youtube: https://bit.ly/3i9XvZA

Condition Black by Stu Jones & Gareth Worthington Book Tour and Giveaway!

Hide In Place Banner

April 26 - May 21, 2021 Tour


Condition Black by Stu Jones & Gareth Worthington

EVAN WEYLAND, a brilliant research scientist tasked with developing new technologies to fight cancer, sees the world differently through the lens of Autism Spectrum Disorder. His guiding light is his wife, Marie—a globally recognized war correspondent. When she returns home from Syria deathly ill with an unknown disease, Evan believes his research may be the key to unlocking the cure. However, when his superiors refuse his request for help, Evan’s single-minded love for Marie drives him to take matters into his own hands—a decision with far greater consequences than he could possibly fathom.

BILLY VICK, a Captain in the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command, is a combat veteran unable to leave the horrors of war behind. Only the love of his family and a sense of absolute justice keeps him grounded. When Billy’s unit becomes aware of a US-sanctioned airstrike on a civilian settlement in Syria and an eye-witness reporter comatose with an unknown illness, he fears the worst. An unethical military project thought mothballed has resurfaced, and a civilian, Evan Weyland, may be about to inadvertently unleash it upon the world. It’s a mistake that could cost the lives of millions.

Pitted against each other in a game of chess-like deception and intrigue, with time running out, both men must come to terms with the magnitude of what’s at stake—and what each is willing to sacrifice to win.

Praise for Condition Black:

"This solid sci-fi thriller [is] a well-balanced thrill ride. Well-shaded characters keep the pages turning. Fans of high-tech medical and military thrillers should check this out." ~ Publishers Weekly.

Like Dark Matter by Blake Crouch, this book is revolutionary. Incredible." ~ Jonas Saul, author of the best-selling Sarah Roberts series.

"Condition Black provides such an exceptional read. It's highly recommended for fans of technothrillers who want a firm marriage between psychological depth and unpredictable action, all grounded by ethical concerns that challenge each character to reach beyond his skill set and comfort zone." ~ Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review.

Book Details:

Genre: Thriller / Medical Thriller
Published by: Dropship Publishing
Publication Date: 27 April 2021
Number of Pages: 334
ISBN: 9781954386006
Series: Condition Black is a stand alone thriller.
Purchase Links: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Goodreads

Read an excerpt:

Through the lens of her SLR, Marie Wayland couldn’t pry her gaze from the morbid scene as it unfolded some two hundred feet away. Another twist of the objective and the image in her ultralight mirrorless camera became crystal clear, even in the fading evening light of the Syrian sun: a man, his hands bound secure with coarse rope, sucking with erratic breaths at the cloth bag over his head. The fabric molded to the shape of his quivering lips and stuck there for an instant before being blown out again. He cried out as two masked assailants forced him to his knees. A whimper emerged from beneath his hood, followed by a muffled plea for mercy. Unwavering, the men stood in a line behind the captive, their AK-47 rifles pointed to the sky. Above them all, a black flag, inset with white Arabic script, fluttered like a pirate banner in the desert wind.

A young man carrying a beat-up camcorder scurried onto the scene and set up his tripod. He fiddled with his equipment, then gave a thumbs up. One of the soldiers stepped forward and pulled a curved blade from his belt. He called out and pointed to the camera, stabbing the air with the long knife. For a moment, he seemed to look right at Marie. Her heart faltered and the hot prickle of perspiration dampened her forehead.

Marie lowered her camera and eased further into a small depression in the side of the hill, perfect for both observation and concealment. “Don’t be tree cancer,” she whispered to herself. A strange phrase, but one that had proved invaluable during her long and storied career as a war correspondent. A Marine Corps scout sniper had offered her this golden nugget of advice during a stint in Afghanistan. Master of short-range reconnaissance, he’d spotted her crouched in a ball, peering out from behind a twisted stone pine tree. After approaching undetected, he’d whispered in her ear: Don’t be tree cancer. Marie had nearly jumped out of her skin. She later discovered the phrase referred to an observer drawing attention to themselves by standing out from the world around them.

The voice of the knife-wielding man rose in pitch. Marie shuffled for a better view and raised her camera once again.

The knifeman jerked the hood from the captive’s head.

A chill crawled down Marie’s spine.

Glen Bertrum, the American relief worker kidnapped three months ago from the outskirts of Aleppo, shifted on his knees. With a brutal shove from his captors, the terrified relief worker flopped to his side, squirming. The knifeman descended on Glen, then sawed at his relief worker’s neck with the blade. Blood sprayed against the sand. Glen screamed for what seemed an eternity, the sound morphing into a horrible sucking wheeze.

His gore-drenched knife dripping, the murderer yanked Glen’s head free and held it aloft.

The men shouted in victory, thrusting their weapons into the air.

“Shit,” Marie said, lowering the camera.

The cruelty and barbarism of humankind knew no end, and these zealots had a way of making it even uglier, spreading their jihad across the globe like a pestilence. Without raising the SLR again, she watched the terrorists conclude the recording and march away, leaving Glen’s decapitated body to rot.

Marie’s stomach knotted, and she tried to swallow away the tingle of nausea in her throat. This isn’t why you’re here, she thought. A beheaded aid worker wasn’t news, even if she had met the man before. Such things hadn’t been news for a long time. The war had escalated, far beyond Syria and the Middle East, beyond single hostages and beheadings. Terrorist cells were now a pandemic, spread across the globe, and embedded in every country. There was no central faction anymore. No IS or al-Qaeda, or Allah’s Blade. The war against the west was now an idea, a disease infesting the world. Anyone, anywhere could be an enemy—the core vision metastasizing, traveling to every corner of the Earth and there propagating.

Major cities now operated under war-time policy; curfews and rationing to prevent too many people congregating in any one place, such as a supermarket or a major sporting event. Aerial surveillance and street-level military patrols did their best to keep people safe, but a cage was a cage. In some ways, Marie felt free out in the world, even if it was in the enemy’s backyard. Yet while hate for terrorists was justified, as in all wars the enemy wasn’t the only one capable of terrible things. So too were the allied forces—the people who stood against terror and extremism—and that was why she was in Syria.

The little jaunt Marie had undertaken was unofficial. Her boss would kill her if he knew she’d conducted this op. After flying into Istanbul and crossing the border south of Daruca, she’d spent the better part of the past three days moving from checkpoint to checkpoint, working her way along Highway 7 through northeastern Syria. With dark features and perfect Arabic, Marie hid with ease among the local population.

Marie pulled a tablet from her backpack and keyed up the map she’d gotten from her contact. The coordinates were correct. A tiny civilian village in Northeastern Syria. This ramshackle settlement was little more than a speck on the map, and from what she was told by her contact, this place was of zero military significance. No base, no known weapons caches, no landing strips. The small cell of terrorists she’d just found was likely that: a small cell. Little more than a coincidence, and by no means justification for this village to be firebombed back to the stone age.

Unless they’d found something of significance.


Excerpt from Condition Black by Gareth Worthington & Stu Jones. Copyright 2021 by Gareth Worthington & Stu Jones. Reproduced with permission from Gareth Worthington & Stu Jones. All rights reserved.

Author Bios:

Gareth Worthington

Gareth Worthington

Gareth Worthington holds a degree in marine biology, a PhD in Endocrinology, an executive MBA, is Board Certified in Medical Affairs, and currently works for the Pharmaceutical industry educating the World's doctors on new cancer therapies.

Gareth Worthington is an authority in ancient history, has hand-tagged sharks in California, and trained in various martial arts, including Jeet Kune Do and Muay Thai at the EVOLVE MMA gym in Singapore and 2FIGHT Switzerland.

He is an award-winning author and member of the International Thriller Writers Association, Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and the British Science Fiction Association.

Born in England, Gareth has lived around the world from Asia, to Europe to the USA. Wherever he goes, he endeavors to continue his philanthropic work with various charities.

Gareth is represented by Renee Fountain and Italia Gandolfo at Gandolfo Helin Fountain Literary, New York.

Catch Up With Gareth Worthington:
BookBub - @GarethWorthington
Instagram - @garethworthington
Twitter - @DrGWorthington
Facebook - @garethworthingtonauthor

Stu Jones

Stu Jones

Stu Jones. SWAT Sniper. Adventurer. Award-Winning Author of Epic Genre-Bending Fiction.

A veteran law enforcement officer, Stu has served as a beat cop, narcotics, criminal investigations, as an instructor of firearms and police defensive tactics and as a team leader of a multi-jurisdictional SWAT team. He is trained and qualified as a law enforcement SWAT sniper, as well as in hostage rescue and high-risk entry tactics. Recently, Stu served for three years with a U.S. Marshal's Regional Fugitive Task Force – hunting the worst of the worst.

He is the author of multiple sci-fi/action/thriller novels, including the multi-award-winning It Takes Death To Reach A Star duology, written with co-author Gareth Worthington (Children of the Fifth Sun).

Known for his character-driven stories and blistering action sequences, Stu strives to create thought-provoking reading experiences that challenge the status quo. When he's not chasing bad guys or writing epic stories, he can be found planning his next adventure to some remote or exotic place.

Stu is represented by Italia Gandolfo of Gandolfo-Helin-Fountain literary

Catch Up With Stu Jones:
BookBub - @stujonesfiction
Instagram - @stujonesfiction
Facebook - @stujonesfiction

Tour Participants:

Visit these other great hosts on this tour for more great reviews, interviews, guest posts, and giveaways!

Enter to Win:

This is a rafflecopter giveaway hosted by Partners in Crime Virtual Book Tours for Stu Jones & Gareth Worthington. There will be two (2) winners who will each receive one (1) Amazon.com Gift Card. The giveaway begins on April 26, 2021 and ends on May 22, 2021. Void where prohibited.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Get More Great Reads at Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours



Pin it!

Google Adsense

Google Analytics

Please Share!


View My Stats!

View My Stats

Pageviews past week