Author: Rowena Holloway

My Favourite Reads of 2017

Hello fellow suspense lover! Today I want to share with you my most memorable reads of 2017. I read a book or two a week, sometimes more when I’m not working on my own stories, and I read widely—romance, suspense, thriller (or combinations of each), literary fiction and women’s fiction; books of love, hate, despair Read More …

Teaser Tuesday: Pieces of a Lie

A Teaser from Pieces of a Lie Welcome to my first Teaser Tuesday, where I share a snippet of one of my present or forthcoming novels. I am not certain how often Teaser Tuesday will happen. It will depend on your interest and my work-in-progress deadlines, because I’d also like to get more books out Read More …

Grip Lit: What’s Really Going On?

Grip-lit is a phrase sweeping literary circles. Journalists (and now publishers) have claimed it as a handy genre description, citing the success of ‘Gone Girl’ and ‘Girl on the Train’ as examples of reader interest and it’s validity as a genre. Yet like all new terminology its definition is still in flux. So what is Grip-lit?

Diane Hester’s Hit and Run

Her first book Run to Me was snapped up by Random House and went on to final in the prestigious Daphne DuMurier awards in the US. Rightly so. Diane latest novel is just as fast paced, gripping and heart wrenching as her fist. I can’t wait for you to read Hit and Run.