Hello everyone. Today we’re doing something a bit different.

I’m doing a review for Steven Katriel’s book Portrait Of Alatiel Salazar, as part of his blog tour.

A Portrait Of Alatiel Salazar is a Gothic/Horror/Paranormal /Fantasy, which definitely keeps you on the edge of your seat. The characters are engaging, and the story line is complex. Mr. Katriel’s love of historical times shines through in this well written, gripping novel. The Victorian descriptions paint pictures in your head so you can actually see where it takes place. The emotions are strong in this delightfully dark tale. All in all, a good read if you’re looking for some dark, suspenseful action.

About the Author:

Steven J. Katriel writes Gothic Horror, Paranormal Fantasy, and Literary Fiction. He has lived in Wales, UK all his life. In recent years, he wrote history articles for a community magazine. Steve’s literary heroes and heroines range from Oscar Wilde to Camille Paglia. He has a passion for past times and this is reflected in his writing.

To learn more about Steven Katriel and his writing projects, please visit the website below:


Now for the fun part!

One lucky commenter will be chosen at random to receive a free PDF copy of The Portrait Of Alatiel Salazar. How awesome is that? Just leave your comment and email address below. Good luck everyone!


About kittyb78

Catrina Barton is a licensed Kung-Fu Instructor of the Black Dragon style, and draws on that experience to make her fight scenes both realistic and action packed. She enjoys being surrounded by the stark beauty of mother nature. Whether it's a moon-lit starry sky, or a picnic by a peaceful waterfall cascading from the mountain side. Growing up no matter where she was physically, she always had at least one book in her hands and spent every free moment lost in a book. It's only natural that as she grew up, her passion for reading grew into an even stronger passion for writing, especially Young Adult Paranormal Romances. She is a proud member of many writing and marketing groups, and an active participant at Critique Circle and several other crit groups. Favorite personal quote: "An author cannot grow without both constructive criticism and encouragement."

2 responses »

  1. Andy Angel says:

    Sounds awesome. Count me in x

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