Shehanne Moore

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Shehanne Moore is a Scottish author, who writes gritty, witty, as much risky as risqué, historical romance, set wherever takes her fancy. Stories that detail the best and worst of human behaviour, as opposed to pouts and flounces. For years she worked at various things, while pursuing her dream of becoming a published writer, so she was gobsmacked to sell her book, The Unraveling of Lady Fury, written in three months, to U.S. publishers, Etopia Press, six days after subbing it.
Shehanne still lives in Scotland, with her husband Mr Shey. She has two daughters. When not writing intriguing historical romance, where goals and desires of sassy, unconventional heroines and ruthless men, mean worlds do collide, she fantasizes about cleaning the
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Shehanne Moore There is a quote out there about not knowing what it is bur fearing it. I just put something on the page regardless. The worst thing you can do is…moreThere is a quote out there about not knowing what it is bur fearing it. I just put something on the page regardless. The worst thing you can do is stare at a blank page. It doesn't matter if what you've put down is rubbish, the fact is it's there and you can deal with that rubbish later.
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That there was something welcoming about the house is quickly dispelled in Catherine Cavendish's latest book--a novella that yet feels and reads like so much more and in fact shows that Ms Cavendish is every bit a master of the shorter genre as she ...more
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How Much Can We Live, Love & DIe? by Thunder Ling
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A very different book, from a very different poet. Thunder Ling poses the question in her title. How much can we live, love and die? Often because we have loved. ‘The heart is all it needs to look through tinted glass doors and a closed book,’ is ...more
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Edinburgh and Catherine Cavendish made this enough for me.
Well, the fact that once again, there’s a blend between the past and the present was the icing on the cake, especially given the genuine historical background and inspiration for this story.
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And then a ball comes right out of left field …

Right at the end of this amazing story of love and endurance but then this is a story of war. Not the big carnival of it but the canvas that Kate Furnivall uses to pen her epic story of survival, right
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The gods are back. So’s the not so good doctor in the third part of the trilogy—although I must admit to a fondness for this dreadful man’s persistence regarding the love of his life, despite the devastation he wreaks on those unfortunate enough to ...more
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The second part is every bit as good as the first.
Obviously I expected no less. Why? Because when it comes to keeping a tight rein on a novella Carolee Croft always delivers. That’s despite continuing bits of book one in that we see the leads there
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“she had always clung to the hope her world would somehow regain its course and would one day cease its unbearable orbit of a darkened star”
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“I see the beginning, I see the end. And in the middle I just hope I don't fall on my ass to much”
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“Gut instinct said she was bound to be up to her neck in trouble. She always was. Gut instinct was right”
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“When it came to monsters, she’d known the very best.'...this is a proper quote from the book by the way, the beginning and end one isn't.”
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“Gut instinct said she was bound to be up to her neck in trouble. She always was. Gut instinct was right”
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“Rule three? You mean there's more?”
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“She had covered herself in frost, so every part of her grew cold and would not feel, because of that single part that longed to hear that word, yet had never known the hope, or expectation, that it would.”
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“Children’s names? Wedding nights? Was she mad? There weren’t going to be any children. And there wasn’t going to be any wedding night.
Because, after the wedding feast, there wasn’t going to be any groom.”
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Alison Shehanne wrote: "Alison wrote: "Impatient for a new book from you *taps foot*"

Alison wrote: "Impatient for a new book from you *taps foot*"
LOL... IT's there. I am proofing the print copy. Will DM a sneaky peeky ..."


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Shehanne Moore Alison wrote: "Impatient for a new book from you *taps foot*"

Alison wrote: "Impatient for a new book from you *taps foot*"
LOL... IT's there. I am proofing the print copy. Will DM a sneaky peeky of the cover on twitter later today. PROMISE x


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