Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Triple Jeopardy - a naughty book at a naughty price

Yeah, I know, it's getting old, but it's late and I'm very tired. Been hanging wallpaper til 10pm every night this week.

For 19-20th November, this “well-written, humorous and insightful work about contemporary life in the United Kingdom” is available to download for FREE in US and UK. So you can read three tales of different girls, set in the rockin' 70's, big-hair 80's and booming 90's.

But that's not the end of it. Another Amazon reviewer said: “Although each story is separate and has it's own characters (and decade) there is a similar theme to all of them - relationships gone horribly wrong. I wish there were two more stories to bring it to this decade. It is definitely a theme that has teeth.

Which set my mind off wandering to a particular event which made my decade (you gotta love the naughties - 2000-2009). With a working title of "An Englishwoman in New York," you probably get the idea. Watch out for more news coming soon.

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Fox Among Wolves proves a top notch read

How excited am I? Book Viral have written a fantastic review for Fox.

"An enticing and intelligent romantic thriller, Fox Among Wolves is book 1 in the Hostage Series from Rowanna Green and it’s sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats throughout. With all the elements readers expect from the best in genre, Fox Among Wolves proves a top notch read and certainly one that demands your attention. It is recommended without reservation."

Read the full review here:

Tuesday, 3 November 2015

What, Ro doesn't do Twitter?

Now she does. Except there's already a RoGreen and a RowannaGreen, so I had to content myself with RoGreen13.
Got a nice ring to it, though.

Yep - this is how I see the twitter blue bird - not that bland, wimpy thing they have as their banner. Anyway, from now on, in addition to this blog and my facebook personal and business pages, I now have to get to grips with the whole tweeting thing. The only thing I can say with any certainty, is that it will be like the preverbial bus - nothing for ages, then three come all at once.