An Interview Here…A Review There…

Just a quick heads up about a couple of bits and pieces (because my missus tells me off if I don’t mention these things!)

First things first, the lovely folk at Ylva are hosting a Spotlight Interview with me over at their blog. If you’ve got an insatiable urge to know what my chosen super power would be, or how I came to put pen to paper in the first place, then look no further.

katahdinmountainMeanwhile, LesFic review blog, The Lesbian Reading Room has been binging on Desolation Point and Tumbledown, and giving rather nice reviews to both:

A snippet of the Desolation Point review:

Amongst all the horrors, pain and fear, we also have a love story as good as any LesFic out there. Alex and Sarah are great characters and as the plot unfolds you cant help but root for them both to survive the ordeal and survive together as a couple, forged in adversity and drawing on each others strength to survive.

And a taster of the review for Tumbledown:

In the middle of all this tension and drama the characters manage to maintain their humanity and their sense of humor. Even at their darkest most painful moments Alex and Sarah are able to think of others, and release the tension with a gentle tease. Their love for one another is the strength that keeps them fighting to survive.

To read the full text of both write-ups, hit the links.

For anyone wondering about the picture, that’s the area around Mount Kahadin in Maine, sort of what I had in mind when I was writing the slightly more sedate chapters of Tumbledown

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About Cari Hunter

Cari Hunter is the author of "Snowbound", "Desolation Point" and "Tumbledown", and the Dark Peak series of crime thrillers - "No Good Reason", "Cold to the Touch", and "A Quiet Death" - all published by Bold Strokes Books.
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