Author Archives: Georgia Rose

About Georgia Rose

Georgia Rose is a writer and the author of The Grayson Trilogy books: A Single Step, Before the Dawn and Thicker than Water. Following completion of the trilogy she has been asked for more and so has written a short story based on a favourite character from the series. Therefore, the latest to join the stable is The Joker and for the first time all her books are available free, with Kindle Unlimited. Georgia has just begun work on her fourth novel, this time it’s a standalone seductively called Project A ever since she found out that the name she wanted for it has been taken for a book about a less than savoury character who has dominated the news for the last few years…so it’s back to the drawing board on that one! She has also recently started running workshops and providing one-to-one support for those wishing to learn how to self-publish and you can find her, under her real name, at www.threeshirespublishing.com. Georgia’s background in countryside living, riding, instructing and working with horses has provided the knowledge needed for some of her storylines; the others are a product of her overactive imagination! Following a long stint working in the law Georgia set up her own business providing administration services for other companies which she does to this day managing to entwine that work along with her writing. Her busy life is set in a tranquil part of rural Cambridgeshire where she lives with her much neglected husband, son and two dogs. Her daughter, having delighted them all for long enough, has eventually moved out and taken her extensive cushion collection with her.

#Bookreview for #YA novel Dory’s Avengers by Alison Jack @AlisonJack66

I do not fit into the target audience for this novel, not being YA (a young adult) nor male, however I still enjoyed Dory’s Avengers which just goes to show that you should always be willing to try new things. … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for A Taste of his own Medicine by Linda Fawke @LindaFawke #RBRT

I received a copy of A Taste of his own Medicine from the author as part of Rosie Amber’s Book Review Team and in exchange for an honest review. I chose to read this book because I liked the premise … Continue reading

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#Author #Interview with multi-genre novelist, Mark Barry @GreenWizard62

Some of my most creative thoughts happen when on a dog walk, as do my best conversations with my dog-walking buddy. So I thought I’d invite some of my author friends along to join me and my girls and see … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for A Shiny Coin for Carol Prentice by Mark Barry @GreenWizard62 #psychological #suspense

‘…it’s all about the writing as art.’ This is a love story… this is what it says at the beginning of Shiny Coin but if you’re looking for hearts and flowers, tears and romance, walk on by, because this is … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for #crime #novel, Long Shadows by Julie Haiselden, @juliehaiselden

I wasn’t sure about Long Shadows when I started it. The story begins quite slowly and at times is overly detailed but I soon got drawn into Lizzie’s tale. Lizzie Tennyson is a loving wife and mother. Somewhat grudgingly she … Continue reading

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#Freeebooks plus Gift Card #Giveaway in this Fun and Spicy Romance Promotion!! #romancebooks

I’m excited to share with you a special treat today. I’ve teamed up with a group of other romance authors to offer you FREE EBOOKS when you sign up to learn more about what they write. You’ll download the book … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for The Old Man At The End Of The World by AK Silversmith @AkSilversmith #RBRT #zombie #apocalypse

I’ll be honest and say I don’t know much about zombies but thought I’d try this and see what they’re all about. I’m assuming that some other books of this genre are considerably more gory and scary but this one … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for The Black Hours by Alison Williams @AlisonW_Editor #historical #fiction

I have always hated hearing people bleat on about how life is not fair, because in my mind I don’t understand what right they have to expect it to be so. However, throughout The Black Hours I kept being reminded … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for #crime #thriller Blood Money by E. L. Lindley @LindleyE

I felt Blood Money took a different turn to the previous stories in this series. Marilyn, Georgie’s overpowering mother, reveals a huge family secret to Georgie which sees the two of them, and Georgie’s boyfriend James, travel to visit Aunt … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for The Crown Spire by Catherine Curzon @MadameGilflurt and Willow Winsham @WinshamHistFic #RBRT #histfic

What an utterly joyful read The Crown Spire was! Set in 1795 Alice Ingram and her niece Beth are on the road to Edinburgh when they are set upon by bandits. Out to steal their honour rather than their jewels … Continue reading

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