Author, James J. Cudney, has written an in-depth review of Through The Nethergate for which I am greatly appreciative. If you haven’t met James, do go over to his blog and have a look around. He has two wonderful family drama books and a series of entertaining mystery books.
The other good news is that the paper back of Through the Nethergate is finally available on Amazon here: Amazon US
Today, we’re gonna take a step in a new direction with Roberta Eaton Cheadle. You might know her better as Robbie Cheadle, author of While the Bombs Fell, several short stories included in anthologies, and the Sir Chocolate series, but now she’s ventured further into the fantasy and young adult genres. I’ve reviewed ~5 of her previous books, and today I’m sharing my thoughts on her latest release, Through the Nethergate. Before we get to the review, let’s talk a little bit about the author and the book…
About the Author
Robbie is a qualified chartered accountant and works in corporate finance specialising in advice relating to the listings requirements of various stock exchanges, in particular the JSE Limited, and takeover law. Robbie’s hobbies are writing poetry and children’s stories as well as baking and fondant art. Here she tells why she became an author. Find Robbie on Goodreads where she’s posted some of her unpublished poetry and on Facebook. She’s also on Twitter @bakeandwrite and manages a website that will make you fall in love with her creative side. Let’s here a few words directly from her…
I am an author who has recently branched into adult horror and supernatural writing and, in order to clearly differential my children’s books from my young adult and adult writing, these will be published under the name Roberta Eaton Cheadle. My first young adult supernatural novel, Through the Nethergate, has recently been published.
I have two short stories in the horror/supernatural genre included in Dark Visions, a collection of 34 short stories by 27 different authors and edited by award winning author, Dan Alatorre as well as three short stories published in Death Among Us, a collection of murder mystery short stories by 10 different authors and edited by Stephen Bentley. These short stories are published under Robbie Cheadle.