The Tsars Locket by Ken Czech
Publisher: Fireship Press (April 30, 2020)
Category: Action/Adventure, Historical Romance, and Historical Thriller
Tour dates: Sept 30-Nov 25, 2020
Available in Print and ebook, 303 pages
Description Tsars Locket by Ken CzechWhen Duty, Honor, and Love Collide
Julian Blunt, a former sea captain and a despised Catholic, is stunned when Queen Elizabeth proposes that he help carry a betrothal locket to Tsar Ivan the Terrible in Moscow. It means an alliance between England and Russia is brewing, and the queen warns that should the locket fall into the hands of the Pope or his minions, it could mean war.
Julian joins the queen’s messenger, the lofty and spirited Jessandra Calcross, in a perilous voyage across the Baltic Sea and into the very heart of Russia. When a papal assassin determined to prevent the royal marriage strikes, Jess turns to Julian as the only man she can trust. Although at odds over religion and station, a slender emotional bond grows. Stalked by the relentless murderer, Julian is soon torn between abandoning his mission so he can better safeguard Jess, and fulfilling his vow to the queen. If he fails the queen he’ll never captain a ship again. But if he and Jess continue on to Moscow, they face a darker peril in the mercurial and sinister Tsar Ivan–a peril that will drive courage and dawning love to the breaking point.Buy Tsars Locket by Ken Czech
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REVIEW By LAWonder10:
Julian had been devoted to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, even though he joined the Roman Catholic Church in order to marry, Katie. While he was in service to the Queen, his Katie died of an illness. He returned a torn, broken-heartened man, only to lose his captaincy since he refused to deny his Catholic religion. He was fortunate he didn't lose his head link many were sentenced to. Why could Elizabeth not see that one could become Catholic without betraying their loyalty to her and England?
Julian, was astounded as the one who took over his captaincy smirked at Julian's new assignment. He was to act as a translator to the Russian tzar, after accompanying a member of the Royal Court, over a vast, dangerous ocean voyage. He only consented to, because of the promise his dead wife would receive a better serviced grave with a decent headstone, and he would get his captaincy back. Little did he know how his journey would be met with the repeated threat to his and his charges' safety.
The reader is constantly kept guessing and under suspense throughout the book.
This is a tale based on factual history. he author has taken a few undetermined events and twisted them into possibilities, adding flair and suspense to the facts.
The characters are very believable and realistic. The events are vividly and graphically portrayed in a way it is easily visualized.
The Title and the Cover is simply stated, yet colorful, and eye-catching.
Reader Beware: There is some Brief profanity and a brief, non-explicit, sexual situation
I offer a Four and a Half Stars literary rating
This book was gifted me without pressure to give a positive review. This is my honest review.
Praise Tsars Locket by Ken Czech!
“The vivid descriptions of the European cities, including Moscow and the Tsar’s palace, transport us to that era. An exciting and informative novel. Highly recommended.”–Waheed Rabbani, Historical Novel Society
“There were twists and turns throughout, but the climactic twist at the end really caught me off guard. If you love a really good story with action, suspense and romance, then I recommend this novel.” --Lesley Jones for Reades’ Favorite
“The historical backdrop to the tale is … fleshed out with gorgeous details and cinematic style descriptive work, enabling author Ken Czech to show off some real knowledge and a true sense of atmosphere about the period. Add to this the real excitement of a perilous journey across the sea, well-developed villains, a political versus religious thematic arc and some authentic yet accessible dialogue, and you have a truly excellent novel that readers will simply devour.” --K. C. Finn, author of the Caecilius Rex series
“I enjoyed the setting, the play-by-play of action, and the chemistry between Jess and Julian was off the charts. This is an astonishing story that had me hooked from the beginning …” --Rabia Tanveer for Readers’ Favorite
Where do you get your ideas from?
That's a wonderful question. I write historical novels, so my plot lines and ideas come from actual events in history. I try to choose incidents less familiar to readers so they have a sense of learning something new despite the work being fiction. For instance, The Tsar's Locket has a setting that begins in Elizabethan England and ends in Russia.
When I was teaching at university, I came across details of Tsar Ivan the Terrible's interest in marrying a member of Queen Elizabeth's court. This time period was filled with religious and political tension, so I built my story around the concept of a betrothal locket being sent to Russia and all the dangers such a mission would face. Jess Calcross and Julian Blunt, the main characters, must cross the dangerous Baltic Sea and wend their way through war torn Estonia before reaching Moscow to deliver the locket.
In Last Dance In Kabul, I chose a British military disaster that few readers have heard of—the destruction of 15,000 soldiers and civilians at the hands of Afghan fighters in 1842. One British army physician managed to escape. I read firsthand accounts written by two members who were taken hostage earlier in the conflict, and used their experiences and observations to create the scenario wherein Reeve Waterton and Sarah Kane, my main characters, also escape.
Years ago, I read the books penned by British explorer Sir Samuel Baker about his quest to discover the source of the Nile River. On his way to Africa, he purchased a slave girl and tried to set her free. She refused to leave him, ended up joining him on his journey, and much later becoming his wife. Never once did Baker mention her name
(Florence) in his books, always referring to her as F. In Beyond The River Of Shame, I tried to imagine what their relationship was like, especially during the stodgy Victorian era.
History is full of stories and vignettes waiting to be explored. I find it especially exciting to create the interaction and emotions of the characters against a true historical backdrop.
ABOUT Ken Czech
About Ken CzechHistory has been his passion since award winning author, Ken Czech was a wee lad. After retiring from a career of teaching history at both secondary and higher education levels, He turned that passion to writing historical novels. His stories combine fiction with actual events and actors taken from the past. He lives with his wife Mary on an abandoned granite quarry in Minnesota where they enjoy the wildlife and the changing seasons. That’s where his writing happens.
His latest book THE TSAR’S LOCKET has received Five Stars from Reader’s Favorite. His previous novels BEYOND THE RIVER OF SHAME and LAST DANCE IN KABUL have also received very favorable reviews.
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Christmas Eve Promise: Time Travel Novel (Christmas Eve Series, Book 4) by Elyse Douglas
Publisher: Broadback (September, 2020)
Category: Time Travel, Historical Fiction, Romance, Christmas
Tour dates: September-November, 2020
Available in Print and ebook, 405 pages
Eve and baby Colleen are traveling to Ohio for the Christmas holidays to spend time with Eve’s parents.
After a few days in Ohio, they all plan to fly to Florida in Eve’s father’s private airplane. Patrick will meet t hem there after he completes exams for his forensic psychology degree.
Nothing goes as planned. The day Patrick is to leave for Florida, he receives a shocking telephone call from one of Eve’s cousins. Sobbing, she tells him a terrible tragedy has occurred. It stuns him and shakes him to his heart’s core.
His life shattered, Patrick knows he has but one chance: he must use the time travel lantern to return to the past in order to prevent the current tragedy.
But once again, the time travel lantern has a mind of its own, and Patrick is hurled back to a time where he must confront a strange, unfamiliar world and learn why the lantern transported him there.
When Patrick comes face-to-face with a mysterious, beautiful woman who looks and acts like Eve, and whose name is Eve, Patrick is haunted.
He recalls the promise he and Eve had made to each other on Christmas Eve the previous year—no matter what happens; no matter if they’re separated; no matter what time or place they find themselves in; no matter what obstacles they must face, they will always find each other, help each other, and love each other for all time.
The Christmas Eve Promise is a journey about the enduring promise of hope and the infinite, unbreakable bonds of love.
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REVIEW by LAWonder10:
I began reading this series a few months ago. I am not an avid Time Travel reader, but this really captivated and intrigued me. It is a wonderful love story.
In The Christmas Eve Promise, a tragedy sends Patrick back in time...But not the time he had planned for. Time Travel is so unpredictable!
In this sequel, new characters are introduced and a few of the previous ones appear. This particular tale has a unique and interesting twist. Throughout the tale, the reader is kept wondering how this one will end. It is an emotional journey.
This is a good book to add to your Holiday reading.
The characters are very real and the situations draw the reader into them. I LOVE the cover image! It is attractive, eye-catching and is a "fitting" book cover for this story. The Title has a double meaning and is clever.
Reade Beware: This has a mature theme and a few non-explicit sexual situations. Not recommended for youth.
I offer a Five Stars rating.
*This book was gifted me with no pressure or a positive review. This is my honest review.
Where Do Characters Personalities Come From? Elyse Douglas
“Characters are not created by writers. They pre-exist and have to be found.” — Elizabeth Bowen
After writing more than thirty novels, it has been my experience that once the idea for a novel has been hatched in my subconscious, anxious characters begin to insinuate themselves onto the casting stage of my mind. They slowly begin to take form, and become incarnate.
On that inner stage, characters saunter in, maybe one with a hangover, another perky and chatty, still another with bedhead hair, and one so elegant or handsome that I shove away my half-eaten bagel and begin scribbling down traits and impressions. Where do they come from? I have no idea.
But so it begins–the endless parade of characters entering my head, ready to audition, all vying to come to full breathing life on the page of a novel, a book which may reside on a virtual bookshelf forever. With a sharp intake of breath, I wait as the characters each step forward to introduce themselves.
A potential male protagonist might say, “I’ve got blonde hair, a handsome face and a killer smile. The readers will love me, and they’ll love my snappy dialogue. That is, if you’ve got the talent to write that dialogue for me.” Then, with a challenge, they often add, “Do you have the talent?”
A female protagonist says, “I won’t take any crap from anybody and I’ll make that empty-headed handsome guy follow me around like a puppy dog, until I’m sure that he’s Mr. Right. If he’s not right, I’ll move on to the next thick-lips guy. Oh, and I kiss like you’ve never seen. Hey… Can you write a good kissing scene?”
The antagonist appears, with a crooked gash of a grin, and says, “I can play nasty, repugnant and threatening till it will make your head swim. I’ll have the readers turning those pages, cursing me like a sailor and spilling their popcorn all over the bed. And listen to my name. It’s the best. It’s Victor Dark.” He spreads his hands, grins and says, “Hey, who’s better than me, huh? Now, put me in that book!”
A female antagonist sashays toward me and says, “I’ll seduce that silly blonde-grinning protagonist, then I’ll take all his money, destroy his self-respect and steal his cute little dog. Believe me, your readers are going to loathe me. I’ll get a five-star review! Yeah, just me. Me only! What about the rest of the novel, you ask? Who cares?”
So, with the plot in hand, I start the novel. One hour blurs into the next, until one chilly, rainy day, some of the characters threaten to mutiny. They want to change. The bad want to be good. The protagonist shoots a nice, elderly man for no apparent reason, and now I hate the protagonist, and so will the reader. Then all the minor characters want to be stars, and the antagonist wants to take over the story and change the genre.
“The writer’s original perception of a character or characters maybe as erroneous as the reader’s.” — Stephen King
All characters, important or not, must possess unforgettable personalities and have real wants and needs. They must struggle and fight for what they want. They must grow and make hard choices, for good or for evil. Characters’ personalities are revealed by hard adversity and fear, and changed by love and illumination.
Writing fiction is not a science, it’s an occult experience during which ideas, dialogue and characters emerge from a kind of literary Never-Never Land. There is no formula for writing good characters. The best ones sweep into the room and demand to be put on the page. It helps if the writer is a people watcher, and a people lover. Also, whenever possible, it’s helpful to unobtrusively lean an ear to “overhear” public conversations (without getting caught, of course), and record the spiciest parts.
Writing a novel never gets easier. Blending plot, atmosphere and characters into a finished novel is hard work, but it is the best and most rewarding job I’ve ever had.
But it’s always the same. I begin the story and then pray, doubt, and obsess over finding the right word, the right setting and the right character. If I’m lucky, I finish the book.
“The hard part about writing a novel is finishing it.” — Ernest Hemingway
“My own heart is in my characters. My novels are my memories; they are the best part of me.”
— Gabrielle Dubois
Copyright © 2020 Elyse Douglas
About Elyse Douglas
Elyse Douglas is the pen name for the married writing team Elyse Parmentier and Douglas Pennington. Elyse grew up near the sea, roaming the beaches, reading and writing stories and poetry, receiving a master’s degree in English Literature. She has enjoyed careers as an English teacher, an actress and a speech-language pathologist.
Douglas has worked as a graphic designer, a corporate manager and an equities trader. He attended the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music and played the piano professionally for many years.
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The Puppy Baby Book by Dawn Greenfield Ireland
Category: Adult Non-Fiction (18+), 81 pages
Genre: Non-Fiction, Puppy Baby Book | Publisher: Artistic Origins
Release dates: October 2000 | Tour dates: Oct 14 to Oct 30, 2020
Content Rating: G. This is a fill-in-the-blanks baby book for anyone who adopts a puppy, just like an infant baby book.
CELEBRATING 20-YEARS ANNIVERSARY!
This unique hardcover "fill in the blanks" baby book gives dog lovers the same opportunity to chart their puppies growth and progress, as parents of infants do with their baby books.
Now, as your puppy grows, you can document:
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Why do you write about dogs?
I can’t help it! I grew up on a farm and we had two dogs that were part of the family. You can tell a dog anything and no one will rat you out about something. I’m pretty sure that every dog in the area knew my secrets, but luckily for me, they could not pass those stories on to their humans!
It all started with the first book I self-published: The Puppy Baby Book. My dog Shasta Ann was the inspiration for the puppy book. She passed away many years ago, but I raised her for 17-1/2 years. I knew her like a book. She was my constant companion, and to this day, I still grieve and miss her.
When I wrote the first book in the Alcott Family Adventures series, Hot Chocolate, I created a dog (Louie) for my main character, Lila Mae Alcott, the middle-aged, eccentric, wealthy, middle sister.
Louie always shadowed Lila Mae, or Amelia, the housekeeper/cook. He always seemed to have his opinion forefront on his face. Dogs are so easy to work with in a story. If you truly know a dog, then you can imagine what is going on in their brains.
Next up was Buffy, the Jackson’s family dog in Prophecy of Thol. Then Pup, Chatter, and Scooby, the fierce diwal dogs in the dimensional world of Thol that D’laine Jackson was pulled into. I needed to show how love can transform a dog. Human contact based on love can be a life-changer as I showed in the Thol series.
Then, there’s my dystopian novel The Last Dog. I let my mind flutter out there with that concept—sort of thinking about Planet of the Apes, but with dogs.
What would happen if people could no longer have children and turned to dogs as their children?
Then, what would happen if a disaster struck and all the dogs died… except one puppy? You can bet that the government would turn all evil and want that dog.
I really have to get off my butt and write the second book, Texmexzona (TMZ for short) so people can follow what happens to Abby, the last dog.
Meet the Author:
Dawn Greenfield Ireland is the author of several award-winning novels, nonfiction books, and screenplays. To date she has 12 published novels that consists of three series (cozy mystery, YA science fiction/fantasy, and adult shape-shifter), a dystopian, and a sci-fi romance adventure. The Last Dog, a dystopian novel set in 2086 is closely related to the Covid/Corona pandemic! Who knew there would be so many parallels from the time she wrote the book (2010) to this crazy pandemic of 2020! Three of her nonfiction books have won awards. Nine of her 15 screenplays (comedies, dramas, horror, action adventure and science fiction), have won awards. She has also written three short scripts. Her former day job as an award-winning technical writer (34 years) played a major role in her fiction writing – she is detailed oriented, the organizational queen of the known universe, and never misses a deadline. Dawn writes full time in addition to editing books for authors, and coaching people through the writing process.
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Silence of Islands — Poems by W.M. Raebeck
Category: Adult Non-Fiction (18 +), 170 pages | Genre: Poetry
Publisher: Hula Cat Press | Release date: July 2020
Tour dates: October 12 to October 23, 2020
Content Rating: G. this book of poems is 'grown-up' but nothing violent, explicit, illegal, profane or hardcore.
Poetry for the summer day, poetry for the dark night. Poems that cut a walkable trail through the forest of life. Always with a nudge and a wink, “It’ll be okay.” This collection reflects a lifetime of nature, love, travel, death, joy, art, family, and the eternal questions. A potion of emotion to soothe and move you.
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~ My Five Books So Far ~
"Silence of Islands," a book of poetry, is my fifth and latest work. I considered including more poems, even publishing two volumes, but decided on quality over quantity; so only my best poems are presented here.
But the collection’s not for the faint of heart. If you’ve never suffered, questioned the darkness of night, or searched the horizon for direction, it might not be for you. Still, the poems are meant to reassure, and to remind us that life is a crazy mix, and ever evolving.
But poetry’s only part of my passion for the written word. On a lighter note, my first book, "I Did Inhale—Memoir of a Hippie Chick," is a wild romp. Through most of the book, I’m ages 18 to 21, and rolling through a slew of antics, unorthoxed travel, and unruly love. This 330-page adventure is fast-paced, unpredictable, funny, honest, and true to its time. It’s been my best-selling title until the poetry came along, and Amazon reviewers say they "wished it didn’t have to end."
"Stars in Our Eyes" is twenty true stories about Hollywood, the artists’ life, ambition, spirits, and coincidence. 'The hippie chick goes Hollywood' could be the subtitle—as that same character now fields the actress life, love perplexities, and more travel but no longer by thumb. Dedicated to The Artistes, "Stars in Our Eyes" is a tribute to the sacrifices, dreams, beauty, and truth that propel the creative soul.
"Expedition Costa Rica" is a journal kept through an arduous trek through the rainforest, and takes you where you’ll likely never go, and through all sorts of unexpecteds. I was elated to be invited on this trip, blessed to survive it, and stunned my journal didn’t drown
in the rushing waters constantly drenching my backpack. Emerging from the jungle, the manuscript was already almost complete. For this book, Amazon reviewers love the vivid descriptions and the chance to take a huge adventure in their chair.
"Some Swamis are Fat" (with its adorable cover) was the sixth book I wrote but the first published. A spiritual quest of sorts, it’s a deep and shallow dive into life’s questions—the journal of a yoga teacher in Santa Monica. Journaling through this passage of time, I always felt I actually 'got somewhere,' so I decided to share the message. Without spilling the beans, my late-night musings led me, ultimately, to a better place. And going forward, I was able to approach life with more certainty and calm.
I used the pen name Ava Greene for 'Swamis,' mainly because my hippie book was coming next and I couldn’t yet own the shabby behavior to be revealed. But hiding behind a pen name, in my case, became like hiding from myself, LOL; so I elected to own my trespasses and blame them on 'youth.' Anyway, as I always say, the worst experiences make the best stories.
My next book is slated for 2021. "Nicaragua Story—Back Roads of the Contra War" details my journalist days during an unprecedented moment in Nicaraguan history. I like offering readers a time and place they might not otherwise experience, and a war zone is unlike anything. Through the journaling and interviewing, the ironies and drama of the war come across, as does the passion of an amazing populace. I evolved personally, too—crossing the country, talking to the people at every bend in the road. The story I gathered wasn’t at all what I anticipated when I set out full of revolutionary fervor.
Those are my books; each stands alone, none alluding to or dependant upon the others. Though authors are frequently advised to stay with similar themes, even similar book covers, I never do! You don’t know what’s next in life, nor with my books. LMK how you like them.
Meet the Author:
W. M. Raebeck's trademarks are humorous candor, spiritual stretching, and frequent exits from the comfort zone. She lives in Hawaii, with regular Mainland visits. Her 5 books to date are true-life accounts, from the misadventures of a sugar-freak hippie chick ('I Did Inhale'), to 20 stories about art, Hollywood, and spirits ('Stars in Our Eyes'), to trekking through the Costa Rican rainforest ('Expedition Costa Rica'), to teaching yoga in Santa Monica ('Some Swamis are Fat'),* and now her poetry collection, 'Silence of Islands.' Before authoring, Raebeck was a film and television actress based in LA, London, and NYC. She went on to freelance journalism, contributing to the then-alternative world of green politics, environmental protection, U.S. involvement in Central American wars, socially conscious investing, and much more. Her articles were always accompanied by her own photography, including numerous cover stories for the LA Weekly and other papers like the East Hampton Star from her former hometown. In Raebeck's personal life, yoga and natural health (sugar notwithstanding) remain institutions. As is maintaining a zero-waste household. Animal rights and environmental activism are lifelong commitments, including all-too-frequent bird rescue. W. M. Raebeck's books are available in print and ebook worldwide, and can be ordered from any book store or library. Audio editions are in the works! For additional info, or to join the email list, visit WendyRaebeck.com. Her next book, 'Nicaragua Story—Back Roads of the Contra War,' takes a hard look at a people's war, and will be out in 2021. * 'Some Swamis are Fat' is under the pen-name Ava Greene.
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Finding Peace (Reclaiming Life, #3) by Alaine Greyson
Publication date: September 24th 2020
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense
Bracken Point is full of secrets, but none top the ones Tobias Sawyer is ordered to keep.
Sent undercover, Tobias arrives at the small town of Bracken Point determined to solve the case and leave. But he never counted on meeting Madeline Grant.
Ten years ago, Madeline was injured in a house fire, leaving severe burns over her body. Now at twenty, she prefers life behind the scenes, not wanting people to see her scars. When Tobias begins to notice her, will Madeline let down her guard or run away?
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Finding Peace - Alaine Grayson
Finding Peace is a great story about finding peace after a lifetime of difficult situations. I loved the mystery in this story. The characters are fantastic in this story. They are all well-developed and it is easy to feel their emotions.
The story flows well from chapter to chapter and is easy to follow along.
*READER BEWARE: There is some sexual explicitness in this story.
I really enjoyed this story and recommend it to others who enjoy a good mystery.
I give this story a literary rating of 5/5
Alaine Greyson lives outside of Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, son and cocker spaniel puppy. She loves to push the envelope with her stories and strives to make her readers sympathize with characters from all backgrounds. Alaine is an avid reader and considers Jane Austen and Diana Gabaldon to be her literary heroes. She loves Mexican food, 80s music and is a Robert Downey Jr. super-fan. You will find mentions of things she loves throughout her books.
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