“Adam’s Witness” by J.C. Paulson

What a delightful blend of crime and romance! It was my first thought when I was halfway through reading “Adam’s Witness” by J.C. Paulson. To be honest, I don’t read true-to-genre crime novels, because there isn’t anything much in them except searching for the murderer. And I’m also not drawn to “strictly” romance novels. That... Continue Reading →

Book Sale!

Celebrating the release of “Finding Your Way”, for a limited time only, the Neglected Merge Trilogy – on sale on Amazon! Multi-award-winning book one “Neglected Merge” – FREE worldwide Books two and three – 0.99c / 0.99p (US and UK) All my books, including the new release “Finding Your Way”, are always free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers. You can... Continue Reading →

“Finding Your Way” Release Day

I am beyond excited to announce that “Finding Your Way” is released today. It is a unique experience for me to be sharing the story set in my homeland Latvia. I guess some of our traditions may seem strange to readers who aren’t used to them. For example, there is a holiday bigger than Christmas... Continue Reading →

Sometimes an indie author wants to quit

Opportunities to independently publish your books are the greatest advantage writers have been given in the last decade. Still, there are moments when you want to quit. You’ve written a book. Completing the first book is often a thorny path. You don’t simply sit down and type away on your computer until your first masterpiece... Continue Reading →

Snippet from “Finding Your Way”

After Latvia became a member of the European Union, people started leaving the country. In 2008, it seemed that in each family there was someone who left chasing a big money dream. Zanda, the main character of “Finding Your Way”, doesn’t share the general excitement about living abroad. Although she isn’t fond of arguing, she... Continue Reading →

Praise for “Shifting Directions”

“No one writes like Eve Koguce that I have ever read. Part lyrical, part philosophical, with a real appreciation for rich storytelling, reminiscent of a more classical style of writing, I have truly enjoyed Koguce’s lovely prose. This has been one of my favourite aspects of this incredible series.” I won’t lie. I shed a... Continue Reading →

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