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Jane Cousins - AUTHOR

Author of the Southern Sanctuary Series / By The Numbers Series.

Am all about hot instant attraction, writing PNR/Mystery I think every story needs romance, humour and action.


November 2015
text: The Book Slump Blues
...cue the harmonica music.No matter how glossy the cover, how intriguing the title, how quirky the book blurb is... suddenly...
text: Australian Author - coming to you from a land down under
Okay, let's get a few things straight. I'm an Australian born and bred. I grew up on a diet of fantastically crappy televisio...
September 2015
text: The evolution of a Hero and Heroine
I'm not ashamed to say this out loud, once upon a time I read a lot of MILLS AND BOONS books. Sure they were written to a for...
July 2015
text: Reviews - the good, the bad and the spiteful
I remember reading several years ago that a favourite author of mine never reads any reviews of her work. Frankly, at the tim...
July 2015
text: When Good Authors turn bad - why can't I break the habit
You know who I mean. Once upon a time any book by this author was on the top of your must buy list. You clicked on the pre-or...
May 2015
reviewed: Alien Separation by Gini Koch
There is so much packed into this novel I suppose the author can be forgiven for dropping a thread or two - receiving a lette...
reviewed: who buries the dead
To get the most out of this book you have to had read the preceding nine books (which are well worth it). Behind the central ...
May 2015
reviewed: The Good, the Bad, and the Emus: A Meg Langslow Mystery (Meg Langslow Mysteries)
I'm a long-time fan of the Meg Langslow series. Book one will always be my favourite - Murder with Peacocks.There have been ...
The Good, the Bad, and the Emus - Donna Andrews
May 2015
text: Mailbox FAQ Time
My mailbox server keeps sending me threatening 'archive or else' emails due to the dangerous levels of emails I am keeping in...
April 2015
reviewed: The Rook
Brilliant! Both clever and creative. I was swept up into this world, and while I can understand how some readers found all ...
The Rook - Daniel O'Malley
April 2015
text: Serial Novellas - why I'm not a fan
All too frequently of late I've been reading a book and suddenly wham, cliffhanger, the end, please purchase the next book in...
reviewed: Warrior
Enjoyed this tale, it had action, romance and a little bit of magic thrown in. The H & h were a very good match. A nice str...
Warrior - Zoe Archer
March 2015
reviewed: The Anatomist's Wife
I really enjoyed this read.The author does a very credible job on both the historical setting and the twists and turns of a m...
The Anatomist's Wife - Anna Lee Huber
March 2015
text: Authors surfing the trends
People in the industry have advised me 'ad nauseam' of late that if I want to sell more books / become a name brand author, t...
reviewed: Tinker
Tinker, the main character is ridicuously smart, brave, cool and a little clueless. I enjoyed this read very much despite ge...
Tinker - Wen Spencer