TGIF! Have a wicked Bookish weekend!

Have an awesome weekend! Snuggling up with a fab book and caffeinated brew? What is on your reading list?

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Christina Bauer: Dimension Drift (Dimension Drift Worlds #1)

Christina-Bauer_Dimension Drift_CoverBookCRITICO started on a stash received from NetGalley. The first read, which launched just this week, Dimension Drift (Dimension Drift Worlds #1), by Christina Bauer from the stable of Monster House Books, will fill a couple of hours, hand-in-hand with a good cup-of-joe or a glass of red! Dimension Drift (Dimension Drift Worlds #1) is a prequel novella promised to be packed with action and adventure, the beginning of a series, in the genre of Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Teens & YA.

BookCRITICO will report back with a review. In the meanwhile, why don’t you pop over to Goodreads and check it out, maybe it’s up your alley! You can also read more here about the author. If you are already familiar with Christina Bauer’s work, support her on Amazon

Peter Rimmer: Cry of The Fish Eagle

Peter-Rimmer_Cry Of the Fish Eagle_CoverBookCRITICO received a gifted copy of Peter Rimmer’s Cry of The Fish Eagle and is now reading and reviewing the read.

Whilst I’m tucked away with Cry of The Fish Eagle, you might want to get better acquainted with the author, Peter Rimmer.

Pop back soon to read the review!

Amazon Author Biography: Peter Rimmer

Peter Rimmer, was born in London, England, and grew up in the south of the city where he went to school. After the Second World War and at aged 18, Peter joined the Royal Air Force, reaching the rank of Pilot Officer before he was 19. A great achievement. Then at the end of his National Service and with the optimism of youth, he sailed for Africa to grow tobacco in what was then Rhodesia, and the odyssey of his life began.

The years went by and Peter found himself in Johannesburg founding an insurance brokering company. Over 2% of the companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange were clients of Rimmer Associates. He opened companies in the United States of America, Australia and Hong Kong and travelled extensively between the branches.

His passion has always been writing books which he started doing at a very early age, though running a business was a driving force too and is a common thread throughout his books. By the 1990’s he had written several novels about Africa and got the break when Cry of the Fish Eagle was first published by HarperCollins, Zimbabwe. It was a bestseller which was followed up with the release of Vultures in the Wind. Unfortunately, during this time, Zimbabwe was going through its struggles and the books did not get their just international recognition.

Peter Rimmer retired early in his business career and continues his love of writing living as a recluse in his beloved Africa. He continues to write his books in his study which overlooks some of Africa’s stunning and dramatic scenery. What more could anyone want to able to write books?

Revamp, Re-invent and Refresh!

The rebel and creative geek in me has taken a stance in 2018. Revamp, re-invent and refresh! This applies to my life as a whole. Part of this, my Blogs, which were revamped, cleaned-up and refreshed. New services added, old information removed and creatively jazzed up!

It is thus that I invite you to take a look and see if there are any services which can help you in your journey in becoming a professional, successful and published author. I personally fancy some of the designed book covers.