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Anna Faversham (annafaversham) | 82 comments I have discovered that Under a Dark Star has become a finalist in the eFestival of Words held by Bards and Sages Publishing. I had never heard of it and, initially, I did not know who had nominated my book. After checking it out, I find it's an OK place to be!

I don’t have a vast army of Twitter or Facebook followers – I don’t even belong! If you would like to vote for Under a Dark Star (Best Historical Fiction) you can probably imagine how pleased I’d be :)

Here’s a link to the voting form:

Under a Dark Star (The Dark Moon Trilogy #2) by Anna Faversham

In 1823, on an island off the south coast of England, there are activities worse than smuggling and all the conflict points to one cruel and ruthless man. The women on the island call him the Dark Star.
Lieutenant Karl Thorsen enlists the help of his old enemy, reformed smuggler Daniel Tynton who infiltrates the gang to defeat the evil that brings poverty to ‘the diamond isle’. Karl, entranced by a mysterious French woman, rescues her from the captivity of the Dark Star. The Dark Star takes his revenge.
I haven't a hope of competing with those who have armies of followers but I'd like to get at least some votes!

Thank you to those who take the time to vote.

Anna Faversham (annafaversham) | 82 comments Feel-good, easy read stories:

One Stolen Kiss and other short stories

Deep in the World of the Dead (a soldier finds himself homeless)
Judge Not (a true story)
A Wonderful World (loneliness conquered)
One Stolen Kiss (an introduction to two characters in One Dark Night - where that love started)

Of course it is free if you have Kindle Unlimited, but it is also free if you haven't - just until 2nd September. Hurry! Then enjoy.

Anna Faversham (annafaversham) | 82 comments One Stolen Kiss and other short stories by Anna Faversham

is FREE (again!) until 3rd December

Feel-good stories to relax with before the Christmas rush, set in contemporary and historic England, and Italy: Deep in the World of the Dead, Judge Not, A Wonderful World, Angela (who’s giving you her best smile on the cover) and One Stolen Kiss.

Anna Faversham (annafaversham) | 82 comments Hide in Time by Anna Faversham

It doesn't matter where you're from, you might be having to stay home or maybe your life has been turned upside down with this tricky Coronavirus. Well, here's something that might help with taking your mind off the troubles:

Amazon #1 Best Seller in Books>Romance>Time Travel
A time travel romance : Laura finds herself washed ashore from a shipwreck early in the 21st century - she'd stormed off from her betrothed in 1814 so she's somewhat confused as to how this could happen. She likes her new life but she realizes she has made a terrible mistake.

Meanwhile, Xandra even hates her name as well as all the other bothersome things of modern day life and Laura happens to notice this. Could she...? Yep, she could, and she does. Back goes Xandra to 1814 only to be met with suspicious travelling companions, a highwayman and a delicious man who is still mourning the death of the girl he loved.

How do these two cope with their puzzling new lives? And how does Laura manage not to upset the course of history despite her meddling? And oh boy can she meddle!

If you like a romance with a little bit of mystery, a touch of humour and something of the thriller, then please grab a copy and visit another time, another place.

0.99 until 26th March or FREE on Kindle Unlimited

I don’t write children’s books so I’ve added this one for all ages from Carole P. Roman in case you are self-isolated and have children at home:

Oh Susannah It's in the Bag (Oh Susannah, #1) by Carole P. Roman

Oh Susannah: It's in the Bag

Join Susannah and her friends in this story sure to charm young readers everywhere.

"Once again Roman shows her versatility as a children's writer, With skill, she writes an entertaining as well as a comforting tale about what happens when you keep secrets and burdens hidden inside." - Patricia Lynn Dompieri, Lemon Bee & Other Peculiar Tales

It's got loads of good reviews and is even available as an audiobook.

Anna Faversham (annafaversham) | 82 comments One Dark Night (The Dark Moon Series #1) by Anna Faversham 0.99 until 4th May

A bargain book that's also free on Kindle Unlimited. Immerse yourself in another place, another time, and take your mind off the world's current problems.

It is 1821 and smuggling is rife on the English coast. Lucy Yorton, dragged away from her privileged early life, must slave on a bleak, run-down farm.

Then two men enter her life:-

Lieutenant Karl Thorsen, sworn to avenge the murder of his father, is a King's man. He is determined to hang the violent smugglers.

Daniel Tynton has smuggling in his blood. Undaunted by Thorsen's threats, he is respected and feared.

The choices we make determine our futures and Lucy is torn between two determined men as the secrets and lies undermining her life are exposed.

And if you've already read this one, then there's also books 2 and 3 in the Dark Moon Series:

Under a Dark Star (The Dark Moon Series #2) by Anna Faversham Take yourself on a journey into a dark world on the Isle of Wight.


One Dark Soul (The Dark Moon Series #3) by Anna Faversham What happens when a perfect life meets obsession?

I don't write children's books so if you have little ones in need of some new stories, here's a good one from Erica Graham:-
Talking Tales Catch that Chinchilla by Erica Graham

Erica Graham - Talking Tales: Catch that Chinchilla. Suitable for up to age 8.

Oh no! The chinchilla has escaped! Can Fletch and his sister, Rachael, find the sneaky chinchilla before Dad gets home?

Review: "The atmosphere of the story is one of fun, and I found myself quite unexpectedly smiling throughout the entire story! I definitely enjoyed the massive shock and surprise at the very end of the tale and wholeheartedly recommend Catch That Chinchilla to young readers." - Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite

And you can have fun reading it to a child as it has lots of ch, ch sounds in it!

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