About

I post reviews regularly at a number of outlets. I’m Editor-in-Chief at All About Romance, and Editor of Romantic Historical Reviews. My reviews also appear at Goodreads and, when I have the time to edit them down to shorter reviews, at Amazon. In addition, I review romance audiobooks for AudioGals – and with such a number of different outlets, I decided a while ago to create a little corner of the internet where I could collate and keep all my reviews.

And this is it.

I try very hard never to be rude or personal in what I write, and if I don’t like something, I say so politely (I hope!) and with evidence to back it up. But we can’t all like the same things, and I have no problem with people disagreeing with me, provided they express themselves in an appropriate manner.

Right now, I’m updating it with reviews as I write them, but I do intend to archive all my older reviews here, too, when I get the chance!

7 thoughts on “About

  1. This seems to be the only place I can say thank you for introducing me to so many enjoyable new authors (as well as steering me away from some awful ones). May I repay the favour by mentioning Eileen Dreyer? She writes very very competent detective stories and has branched out into equally satisfactory Regency novels. It’s 1.30 in the morning and I’ve stayed up to finish “Never a Gentleman” – highly recommended. Witty, some gorgeously visceral suffering (sorry if I sound like a sadist) and properly passionate where it’s needed.

    • Thanks so much for taking the time to comment, Georgiana. I really appreciate knowing that you’ve found some authors to read – and avoid! – as the result of my humble efforts!

      And thanks very much for the recommendation. I do have some of Ms Dreyer’s books on my Kindle – and I’m sure I’ve read a novella of hers. I must try to push something of hers nearer the top of my TBR pile.

      And no, you don’t sound like a sadist! I’m sure you’ve realised by now that I like a good dose of angst in my HR – provided I know all will be well in the end 😉

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  3. Hi Caz,
    I’ve been following your reviews and I really enjoy them! We connected a bit on Goodreads about Americans writing books set in England, Ireland, and Scotland. I’m editing a Highland time travel and would like to get the dialect right. (too much, too little, cannae or canna, etc.) If you have any suggestions, I’d love to hear them. dawn@dawn-ireland.com

    • Hi Dawn

      It’s always a tricky balance to achieve, isn’t it? Some people absolutely hate having the dialect written out, and I personally subscribe to the “less is more” theory 🙂 Feel free to email me – bookish29@gmail.com if you want to bounce some ideas around or chat further.

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