Wednesday, March 29, 2017


Grandma's face has a lot to say. It's her turn to put her grandchild to bed, but it's her cartwheeling eyes, her twitchy nose and the useful gap in her front teeth that make up the real bedtime story.
The book is available to buy on Amazon Kindle now!
Author Bio:
Elaine McKay lives in Scotland with her husband and four young children. She graduated from Glasgow University with an MA Honours degree in English Literature and Philosophy. She dreamed her own children would experience the joy of reading as much as she has and set out to surround them with the most magical, fun, lyrical, humorous, loving words she could find. Lots of these words she read from the pages of beautiful books, old and new, some she spoke from her own heart, and those words were the ones that would become Grandma's Face Tells Her Story.

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Archeologist and single mother Macy and her teenage daughter Tiffany are off to a dangerous part of the world, on a foolhardy search for traces of the ancient Egyptian cat-goddess, Bastet. What they find is far more than they bargained for: a dangerous dictator, a mysterious police inspector, and a grizzled Indiana Jones look-alike.
You might say the trip takes them right out of this world. Will they get home alive or simply disappear into very thin air?
Set in the near future, We Aren't in Kansas is a marriage of a thriller and speculative fiction, with a soupcon of romance.
The book is available to buy on Amazon now!

Author Bio:

Ron can be found sailing on Lake Winnipeg when not writing novels or critiquing for an on-line magazine He won first prize for a Canadian Authors Association contest for a ghostly love story, but his preference is for longer novel-length works including speculative fiction and medieval-style fantasies. Writing as R.J.Hore and supervised by his understanding wife and a large demanding cat, most of his writing efforts continue toward fantasy, with occasional lapses into science fiction and horror. 

Find out more about Ron on his Facebook and website.
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