After finding my books available FREE on 2 illegal sites, I thought I would beat them at their own game.

2016 version
Available now for ALL e-readers FREE!!!
She may not be quite as glam as on Amazon, but this is the genuine version for 2016 and most updated version.

Fantacia new paperback cover

Fantacia new paperback cover

Give it a like and if you enjoy it, also why not give it a review.

By Ruth Watson-Morris


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This novella is approximately 52 pages long and is not for anyone who has just lost someone to cancer.

‘Roses is the story of a 53 year old woman who is facing the end of her life after a battle with cancer. Witness memories of her life as a child, her struggles as she becomes a single mother in the 70’s. Looking back at new events around the globe and memories of history as it unfolded in UK, music and her massive life events. Cancer is now diagnosed in UK to 1 in 3 people, this book tells the story of just one ordinary woman who has been struck down by this terrible illness.’

**I need reviewers if this book is going to sell, and the more I sell the more money can be donated!**

FREE PDF will be provided.

Please contact me either on here with a point of contact to get the PDF to you or find me on Facebook at Ruth Watson-Morris it has a picture of the roses and blue butterfly as my profile picture.

Thankyou XX


By Ruth Watson-Morris

Red Sky in the Morning

Hello and welcome back to my Author interviews after taking quite a long break.

Today I have the pleasure of an exclusive interview with best selling time travel author Bob Atkinson as he hits the book world with the continuation from ‘The Last Sunset.’

His second story is called ‘Red Sky in the Morning’ and has stories go, I believe this is actually his best!
I caught up with Bob and managed to get a short interview with him.

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RWM: Okay, thank you so much for joining us today, can you please tell me, After ‘The Last Sunset,’ how long did it take you to decide to write a second book?

BA: I think I always knew The Last Sunset was an unfinished story. This was brought home to me when one of my local readers said, “You can’t leave wee Shawnee back there in 1746. Not with those redcoats descending on her!”

I figured for Shawnee’s sake at least I’d best complete the tale

RWM: ‘Red Sky in the Morning,’ is the name of your second book, how did you come up with the name?

BA: I came up with the title long before I put pen to paper. It’s from the old saying, ‘Red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning.’ In the context of the story the red sky precedes the final climactic battle. It also refers to the scarlet uniforms of the approaching army.

RWM: When will readers be able to buy your new book & where?

BA: The paperback version is currently available on Amazon. To be joined by the Kindle version in a couple of weeks

RWM: Who is your favourite character in either or both of your books?

BA: To be honest I don’t really have a favourite. All the characters came to life as the story unfolded; sometimes taking the story in directions I hadn’t originally planned. I guess in a way they’re like children. At first they’ll follow the path set by their parents, but eventually they’ll make their own way

RWM: Can you tell us just a little bit about your new book?

BA: The Scottish Highlands, 1746. The history books are telling Andy Macmillan, a British soldier from the 1970s, that Jacobite dreams are about to end in slaughter at the Battle of Culloden.
But Andy isn’t reading a book; he’s there himself in the Great Glen, awaiting the full force of redcoats to descend upon the rebels he’s sided with.
Desperate straits lead to unexpected alliances. Can Andy and the Highlanders trust turncoat Lieutenant Longholme?
The disfigured British officer has the power to turn both the battle and a lady’s heart. But whose side is he really on?

This fantastic paperback is available now on Amazon
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It’s been a pleasure to speak to you again Bob, thank you so much for your time, I hope all goes well with book two.

By Ruth Watson-Morris

Coming soon…

Talking to author Bob Atkinson as he prepares to release his brand new sequel to ‘The Last Sunset,’ the story continues with a fantastic book 2 ‘Red Sky in the Morning.’

By Ruth Watson-Morris

Cover Reveal – The Voxian Series – Book 4, ‘Voxian Tales.’

Short stories from the Voxians including Nytshade, Raidar & Shadow's stories

Short stories from the Voxians including Nytshade, Raidar & Shadow’s stories

Brand New and exciting short stories book including Voxians you have not heard of yet.
Book 1 – Raidar – His journey to Hell to find his long lost wife after discovering in book 3 that she is held captive and not dead.
Book 2 – Shadow
Five fabulous shorts (well maybe not that short)

By Ruth Watson-Morris

IT’S HERE!!!! The Trilogy is out – Kindle only



Yes folks!!!! The day is here – The whole trilogy in one, it will save you some money and give you all of these fabulous best selling stories all in one book!

UK – £3.25

US – $4.98

Canada – CND $5.88

Australia – $6.17

Germany – EUR 4,16

Japan – 601 yen

Available worldwide – the whole trilogy!

Get it now at this brilliant bargain price!
This is best selling ‘Dark Fantasy/Sci-Fi’ the world talks about!

By Ruth Watson-Morris

Fantacia FREE on Smashwords – ALL FORMATS – Happy New Year 2015!

Best selling Dark Fantasy - yours as a gift, absolutely FREE.

Best selling Dark Fantasy – yours as a gift, absolutely FREE.

Yes – Here we are again, get this brilliant best selling title on Smashwords only, for FREE! just follow the link and pick up this 333 page title for a limited time FREE!

Fantacia – a lavish fantasy, deep, dark & heroic!

Fantacia & the Voxians are superheroes, a cross between Dracula, watchmen & x-men; this novel is gripping & original in style.

Ripped from her real family Fantacia rediscovers herself when the chimes of doom hit Earth and she is evacuated to Titan.

Vampiric, super powered warriors, who are out to save the multiverse from evil, Their Angel King Kathos fighting to banish those who oppress others!

Building to a graphic battle with warriors fighting against monsters from another multiverse.

Joining the allies are Dragons, Reptilian Dinosaurs, winged men and Humans, all brought together to help save the world as we know it.

Looking for something different to read? You have just found it!

The Voxians are here!

Where Angels, Demons & superheroes collide!

Written in UK English.

For those who love Dark Fantasy!

By Ruth Watson-Morris

Dracula – Bram Stoker (1897)

Bram Stoker's DRACULA

Bram Stoker’s DRACULA

Star Rating 9/10

Dracula is a classic novel which was written under the Gothic genre in the late 1800’s.

I first met Count Dracula as a young teen sneaking a look at those terrible Hammer versions staring Christopher Lee (He however is not bad, even now in his 90’s)

I read Bram Stoker’s Dracula many years later as a college student in the 1990’s 15 years later as part of my A ‘level English Literature course. The book was read in class, so it took a few months to get through it, I loved the imagery in it, and as the original story goes even today it could still send a shiver down the spine of most young readers.

Holding a conversation with my husband I asked who was his favourite character – “Dracula, well he is the main character!” So perhaps I should just continue myself!
My favourite character has always been Lucy, the brassy redhead who had many suitors all from different walks of life, not making anyone wander why she was one of Dracula’s main victims whilst our Vampire Lord was chasing Mina, it’s only fare that Mina’s bit f a tarty friend gets pulled into the story as lunch for a vampire.

Bram Stoker based his character Dracula (Son of the Devil or Son of the dragon)) on a historical figure called Vlad the Impaler, him and whilst working as a backstage manager for his bullying boss Sir Henry Irvine made Dracula’s character based on Sir Henry’s character in the play ‘The Devil’s Manager.’

Dracula contains some mild horror by todays standards. A fantastical ‘Lord of the Manor turns blood sucking murderer’ Count Dracula is an undead creature disguised as human that lives from human blood. Villages fear him, woman allured by him always end up his victim, that is except Mina, who is the doppelganger of Dracula’s dead wife.

Gary Oldman as the young Dracula

Gary Oldman as the young Dracula

Now to look at the closest film.
Dracula by Francis Ford Copolla

In all it’s brilliance, apart from a BBC adaption this film is probably the closest I have actually seen to the book.

Favourite quote:
Dracula – “Listen to them – the children of the night, what sweet music they make.” I loved the way Copolla made his shadow move on the castle wall, it was very haunting and has horror goes did send a chill down my spine.

The sexuality seemed a little exaggerated in the film, not that it doesn’t exist in the book itself “All three had brilliant white teeth that shone like pearls against the ruby of their voluptuous lips.” But as far as I can remember it doesn’t get much more sexual than that, let’s face it the three Vampire women in bed with Harper would not have been allowed reading in 1800’s it would have been banned surely!

Gary Oldman - Old Dracula

Gary Oldman – Old Dracula

What else can be said?
As classic novels go, it isn’t that erotic, but it has it’s moments, Stoker as a writer intrigues and pulls you in with fascinating characters in a strange place.
Should you read it? Well if you are into Vampires this is King Vampire and as far as I am concerned rewriting the vampire kind will always entail you going back to it’s original roots, this being one of the first, would I read it again? With time on my hands yes.

By Ruth Watson-Morris