BLOG TOUR WRAP UP: Catching Love when it Falls by Deryn Pittar @derynpittar @junctionpublish @Books_n_all #BlogTour #BookReview #ParanormalRomance #FutureMovers #KindleUnlimited

MANY THANKS to all the wonderful Bloggers on the Blog Tour for CATCHING LOVE WHEN IT FALLS by Deryn Pittar. Your help is very much appreciated.

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What the Bloggers and Readers think:

#GuestPost: Turn the Page Blog

#GuestPost: By the Letter Book Reviews

#BookReview: Black Books Blog
This is a brilliant and engaging book as we learn about them both and what their talents can allow them to do.  It is a rather short story but contains so much in it that you don’t really notice, and ends on a cliff-hanger so I can’t wait for the next one in the series, which is coming very soon.  Read more here

#BookReview: Books from Dusk till Dawn
This is a short story that really sees the nursery through the eyes of the children and only follows William and Belinda on the outside after being adopted and grown up. William and Belinda team up and seek former nursery children out that have been adopted. Each of them had very different talents, some which had adapted them into every day life as part of their work while trying to keep under the government radar.  Read more here

#GuestPost: Strictly Writing

#GuestPost: On the Shelf Reviews

#GuestPost: Life of a Nerdish Mum

#BookReview: Joanna Larum’s Reviews
This book grabbed my interest on the first page and didn’t let go all the way through. It doesn’t seem to fit into any particular genre and, in fact, hovers over a number of genres, making for an extremely interesting read.  Read more here

#BookReview: The Bookworm Drinketh

I enjoyed the premise of genetically altered children hiding their powers to be let out of “the Nursery” to have “normal” lives and finding each other out in the world, but it was a little rushed. I wish the book had been longer to allow for the relationship between Belinda and William to grow in a more organic fashion.   Read more here

#GuestPost: Audio Killed the Bookmark

#BookReview: Donna’s Book Blog
This the first book that I have read by this author and I thoroughly enjoyed it, I will definitely be looking to read the rest of the books in this series!  Read more here


catching love when it fallsCATCHING LOVE WHEN IT FALLS  by Deryn Pittar

Available from Amazon

William and Belinda, both genetically altered, meet years after leaving the government-rearing nursery. Their late development allowed them to escape a life devoted to the government’s defence departments. If their skills are now discovered they will be conscripted and never be free again.

William’s talent is to move through space between locations in the blink of an eye. Belinda can lift objects of great weight with her mind. Their relationship creates a raft of problems both struggle to overcome.


Catching Love when it Falls 2

CATCHING LOVE WHEN IT FALLS is the first book in the FUTURE MOVERS series and the rest of the series will be released soon:

THE FUTURE MOVERS SERIES

Love’s Bright Star – 19th June

Love’s Red Heart – 26th June

A Stellar Affair – 3rd July

Romancing the Memory Collector – 10th July

5 book box set – 7th August


Deryn croppedAUTHOR BIO

I write futuristic and fantasy fiction, spiced with romance and adventure. This allows my imagination to run free, to create interesting characters caught in unusual circumstances and events. Sometimes I have the pleasure of watching science and technology catch up with my imagination.

I also write Young Adult, short stories and flash fiction; articles on writing and I am published in these genre. I self-published a children’s rhyming book and once won a prize for a short screen script.

I’m a published poet and I endeavour to put my poetry skills into my fiction writing to enhance the word pictures I create.

I live in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand which lives up to its name. I belong to the Romance Writers of N.Z., Tauranga Writers, and Spec.Fic.NZ (speculative fictionNZ).

BLOG TOUR Wrap Up: Dead Smart by Stephen Puleston #InspectorMarco #DeadSmart #BookReview #CrimeFiction #BookReview @Inspector_Marco #PoliceProcedural #Bookstagram

Stephen and I  would like to say a very big THANK YOU to all the amazing #bloggers on the #BlogTour for DEAD SMART.  We really appreciate your help in promoting this book you are all GREAT.

Thank you 5


What the Bloggers and Readers are saying:

Lady J’s Bookish Nook

I totally enjoyed this prequel novella introducing readers to Inspector John Marco. It was a great crime police procedural focusing on the criminal investigation.  Read more here

Ginger Book Geek

Although this was only a novella (a short novel) it worked just as well as a full length book.  The story started with a bang and the book maintained the pace throughout.  I became hooked on reading this book from the moment I picked up my Kindle and began to read.  Read more here

Linda Strong Book Reviews

The mystery and who-dun-it is good. Lots of suspects make it harder to guess the identity of the bad guy. The suspense wanes here and there, but the story premise is good.  Read more here

Turn the Page Blog

Starting at the beginning in a new to me series of books! Not sure what to say apart from a fantastic introduction! I’m not always a fan of short stories, however I feel this sets the bar and cannot wait to read the rest of the books!   Read more here

Joanna Larum’s Book Reviews

I really enjoyed reading this book, especially as the author shows how reduced budgets for the police forces means that some aspects of what used to be police work are having to go by the board – there just isn’t the money or the manpower to investigate everything. A very enjoyable, fast-paced read and I look forward to reading many more by this author.  Read more here

Donna’s Book Blog

The characters in this book were great, they are well developed and I loved their interaction.  The plot was well paced and it left me guessing up to the end.  Twists to keep me wondering where the plot was going and a genuinely interesting book to read!  Read more here

Black Books Blog

There are so many things linking the case that it is really hard to figure out which is the real motive and which are red herrings, which makes it even harder to work out who actually commited it as you can’t rule anyone out until near the very end.  Read more here

Books from Dusk till Dawn

Although this is a prequel novella it is my first Inspector Marco book and what a cracking introduction to this man and his side kick DS Boyd Pierce it was. No hanging round but straight into a gruesome scene which was a little too much for some. Eddie Westford had met his untimely end outside Cardiff City Football ground and it definitely wasn’t by accident.  Read more here

Sassy Redhead Book Reviews

This is a fast-paced story that brings the reader through a tough murder case. A man is found dead outside the stadium after a football game. His murder is investigated by Inspector Marco. He is a detective who wants to solve the case, but with a deadline looming over him he feels the pressure.  Read more here


Dead-Smart-cover.pngDead Smart: A prequel novella (Inspector John Marco Mysteries) 

Available from: Amazon

Nobody can hide from the truth …

Eddie Westford is found dead outside the Cardiff City Football ground. His throat has been cut in a cold-blooded attack. Inspector Marco discovers photographs of Westford sitting in various luxury cars and Westford’s connections with the organised hooligan gangs of Cardiff points to a connection with hardened criminals.
Evidence suggesting Westford is a suspect in a drug related inquiry means that Marco faces having to transfer the investigation to another officer. But Marco’s gut instinct believes that Westford’s death may be connected to some powerful people in Cardiff and he resists the attempts from his senior officer to have the murder case allocated to another officer.

Marco embarks on a final last minute attempt to prove his theory with disastrous consequences before he finally identifies Westford’s killer.



Stephen Puleston author photoAuthor Bio

I write crime fiction based in Wales and about Wales. The rural landscape of north Wales provides the backdrop to the Inspector Drake novels. And Cardiff the capital of Wales provides the setting for the Inspector Marco novels set in a modern urban environment.
I love the novels of Raymond Chandler, Ian Rankin, Mark Billingham, Henning Mankell, Val McDermid – the list could go on! And I enjoy watching detective series on the television the recent Hinterland series based near Aberystwyth in Wales was great. One of my favourites is the French series Spiral but The Bridge and Broadchurch and the Rebus series with Ken Stott and Kenneth Branagh in Wallander are great too.
I have been on writing courses at the Welsh Writers Centre in Llanystymdwy, North Wales tutored by Matt Whyman and Marcus Sedgwick as well as crime writing courses with Peter Robinson and Andrew Taylor at the Scottish Writers centre.
I was born in Anglesey an island off the north Wales coast and after leaving school in Holyhead I went to University in London before training as a solicitor/lawyer. I practised in a small family business doing criminal work in the magistrates and crown courts, divorce and family work.
I still live on Anglesey, North Wales near the beach and the mountains of Snowdonia

Links

Website: www.stephenpuleston.co.uk/
Twitter:@Inspector_Marco
Facebook:www.facebook.com/stephenpulestoncrimewriter

BLOG TOUR Wrap Up: Dead Smart by Stephen Puleston #InspectorMarco #DeadSmart #BookReview #CrimeFiction #BookReview @Inspector_Marco #PoliceProcedural #Bookstagram

Stephen and I  would like to say a very big THANK YOU to all the amazing #bloggers on the #BlogTour for DEAD SMART.  We really appreciate your help in promoting this book you are all GREAT.

Thank you 5


What the Bloggers and Readers are saying:

Lady J’s Bookish Nook

I totally enjoyed this prequel novella introducing readers to Inspector John Marco. It was a great crime police procedural focusing on the criminal investigation.  Read more here

Ginger Book Geek

Although this was only a novella (a short novel) it worked just as well as a full length book.  The story started with a bang and the book maintained the pace throughout.  I became hooked on reading this book from the moment I picked up my Kindle and began to read.  Read more here

Linda Strong Book Reviews

The mystery and who-dun-it is good. Lots of suspects make it harder to guess the identity of the bad guy. The suspense wanes here and there, but the story premise is good.  Read more here

Turn the Page Blog

Starting at the beginning in a new to me series of books! Not sure what to say apart from a fantastic introduction! I’m not always a fan of short stories, however I feel this sets the bar and cannot wait to read the rest of the books!   Read more here

Joanna Larum’s Book Reviews

I really enjoyed reading this book, especially as the author shows how reduced budgets for the police forces means that some aspects of what used to be police work are having to go by the board – there just isn’t the money or the manpower to investigate everything. A very enjoyable, fast-paced read and I look forward to reading many more by this author.  Read more here

Donna’s Book Blog

The characters in this book were great, they are well developed and I loved their interaction.  The plot was well paced and it left me guessing up to the end.  Twists to keep me wondering where the plot was going and a genuinely interesting book to read!  Read more here

Black Books Blog

There are so many things linking the case that it is really hard to figure out which is the real motive and which are red herrings, which makes it even harder to work out who actually commited it as you can’t rule anyone out until near the very end.  Read more here

Books from Dusk till Dawn

Although this is a prequel novella it is my first Inspector Marco book and what a cracking introduction to this man and his side kick DS Boyd Pierce it was. No hanging round but straight into a gruesome scene which was a little too much for some. Eddie Westford had met his untimely end outside Cardiff City Football ground and it definitely wasn’t by accident.  Read more here

Sassy Redhead Book Reviews

This is a fast-paced story that brings the reader through a tough murder case. A man is found dead outside the stadium after a football game. His murder is investigated by Inspector Marco. He is a detective who wants to solve the case, but with a deadline looming over him he feels the pressure.  Read more here


Dead-Smart-cover.pngDead Smart: A prequel novella (Inspector John Marco Mysteries) 

Available from: Amazon

Nobody can hide from the truth …

Eddie Westford is found dead outside the Cardiff City Football ground. His throat has been cut in a cold-blooded attack. Inspector Marco discovers photographs of Westford sitting in various luxury cars and Westford’s connections with the organised hooligan gangs of Cardiff points to a connection with hardened criminals.
Evidence suggesting Westford is a suspect in a drug related inquiry means that Marco faces having to transfer the investigation to another officer. But Marco’s gut instinct believes that Westford’s death may be connected to some powerful people in Cardiff and he resists the attempts from his senior officer to have the murder case allocated to another officer.

Marco embarks on a final last minute attempt to prove his theory with disastrous consequences before he finally identifies Westford’s killer.



Stephen Puleston author photoAuthor Bio

I write crime fiction based in Wales and about Wales. The rural landscape of north Wales provides the backdrop to the Inspector Drake novels. And Cardiff the capital of Wales provides the setting for the Inspector Marco novels set in a modern urban environment.
I love the novels of Raymond Chandler, Ian Rankin, Mark Billingham, Henning Mankell, Val McDermid – the list could go on! And I enjoy watching detective series on the television the recent Hinterland series based near Aberystwyth in Wales was great. One of my favourites is the French series Spiral but The Bridge and Broadchurch and the Rebus series with Ken Stott and Kenneth Branagh in Wallander are great too.
I have been on writing courses at the Welsh Writers Centre in Llanystymdwy, North Wales tutored by Matt Whyman and Marcus Sedgwick as well as crime writing courses with Peter Robinson and Andrew Taylor at the Scottish Writers centre.
I was born in Anglesey an island off the north Wales coast and after leaving school in Holyhead I went to University in London before training as a solicitor/lawyer. I practised in a small family business doing criminal work in the magistrates and crown courts, divorce and family work.
I still live on Anglesey, North Wales near the beach and the mountains of Snowdonia

Links

Website: www.stephenpuleston.co.uk/
Twitter:@Inspector_Marco
Facebook:www.facebook.com/stephenpulestoncrimewriter

BLOG TOUR WRAP UP: Catching Love when it Falls by Deryn Pittar @derynpittar @junctionpublish @Books_n_all #BlogTour #BookReview #ParanormalRomance #FutureMovers #KindleUnlimited

MANY THANKS to all the wonderful Bloggers on the Blog Tour for CATCHING LOVE WHEN IT FALLS by Deryn Pittar. Your help is very much appreciated.

thankyou_banner

What the Bloggers and Readers think:

#GuestPost: Turn the Page Blog

#GuestPost: By the Letter Book Reviews

#BookReview: Black Books Blog
This is a brilliant and engaging book as we learn about them both and what their talents can allow them to do.  It is a rather short story but contains so much in it that you don’t really notice, and ends on a cliff-hanger so I can’t wait for the next one in the series, which is coming very soon.  Read more here

#BookReview: Books from Dusk till Dawn
This is a short story that really sees the nursery through the eyes of the children and only follows William and Belinda on the outside after being adopted and grown up. William and Belinda team up and seek former nursery children out that have been adopted. Each of them had very different talents, some which had adapted them into every day life as part of their work while trying to keep under the government radar.  Read more here

#GuestPost: Strictly Writing

#GuestPost: On the Shelf Reviews

#GuestPost: Life of a Nerdish Mum

#BookReview: Joanna Larum’s Reviews
This book grabbed my interest on the first page and didn’t let go all the way through. It doesn’t seem to fit into any particular genre and, in fact, hovers over a number of genres, making for an extremely interesting read.  Read more here

#BookReview: The Bookworm Drinketh

I enjoyed the premise of genetically altered children hiding their powers to be let out of “the Nursery” to have “normal” lives and finding each other out in the world, but it was a little rushed. I wish the book had been longer to allow for the relationship between Belinda and William to grow in a more organic fashion.   Read more here

#GuestPost: Audio Killed the Bookmark

#BookReview: Donna’s Book Blog
This the first book that I have read by this author and I thoroughly enjoyed it, I will definitely be looking to read the rest of the books in this series!  Read more here


catching love when it fallsCATCHING LOVE WHEN IT FALLS  by Deryn Pittar

Available from Amazon

William and Belinda, both genetically altered, meet years after leaving the government-rearing nursery. Their late development allowed them to escape a life devoted to the government’s defence departments. If their skills are now discovered they will be conscripted and never be free again.

William’s talent is to move through space between locations in the blink of an eye. Belinda can lift objects of great weight with her mind. Their relationship creates a raft of problems both struggle to overcome.


Catching Love when it Falls 2

CATCHING LOVE WHEN IT FALLS is the first book in the FUTURE MOVERS series and the rest of the series will be released soon:

THE FUTURE MOVERS SERIES

Love’s Bright Star – 19th June

Love’s Red Heart – 26th June

A Stellar Affair – 3rd July

Romancing the Memory Collector – 10th July

5 book box set – 7th August


Deryn croppedAUTHOR BIO

I write futuristic and fantasy fiction, spiced with romance and adventure. This allows my imagination to run free, to create interesting characters caught in unusual circumstances and events. Sometimes I have the pleasure of watching science and technology catch up with my imagination.

I also write Young Adult, short stories and flash fiction; articles on writing and I am published in these genre. I self-published a children’s rhyming book and once won a prize for a short screen script.

I’m a published poet and I endeavour to put my poetry skills into my fiction writing to enhance the word pictures I create.

I live in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand which lives up to its name. I belong to the Romance Writers of N.Z., Tauranga Writers, and Spec.Fic.NZ (speculative fictionNZ).

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