Welcome to our first #SundayFeature. Today's focus is on New York Times and USA Today Best Selling Author Nalini Singh. In addition to today's feature we will being reviewing a book everyday this week from Nalini Singh's different series.
· Born 1977 in Fiji
· Raised in New Zealand
· Spent 3 years in Japan
· Resides in New Zealand
· Big break in 2002 when Silhoutte Desire purchased her first book Desert Warrior
I read my first Nalini Singh book Slave to Sensation, in the summer of 2009 after I had attended RT Booklovers Convention and met Nalini at one of the breakout sessions.
Singh’s kindness was evident from the moment I met her and I was smitten with her accent. I thought I could listen to her talk all day.
Once I returned home I began reading so many of the books I won and received from the convention. I literally filled two suitcases, and two carryon bags with books and swag. I had to leave several books, baskets and swag in Chicago.
Once I got through a few of my new books I picked up Slave to Sensation book 1 of Singh's award winning Psy-Changling Series. From the first chapter I was swept up in the story and couldn't get enough. I quickly read all the books in the series and waited with bated breath for each new release.
Not only is Singh's Psy-Changling series amazing, every series she writes is fantastic and unique. Each day this week I will feature and review a different book from each of Singh's series.
Psy-Changling :15 books in the series.
Psy-Changling Trinity: 2 books in the series with the 3rd book launching in June 2019, Wolf Rain
Psy-Changling : There are 32 Short Stories, Novellas, Deleted Scenes and “Slices of Life”
Guild Hunter: 11 books in the series with the 12th releasing September 2019, Archangels War
Guild Hunter: 15 Short Stories, Novellas, Deleted Scenes
Rock Kiss: 4 books in the series.
Rock Kiss 6 Novellas and short stories
Hard Play: 2 books in the series:. The most recent is, Rebel Hard September 2018 with more books to come.
Silhouette Desire: 6 books under this publisher from August 2002 to February 2007.