Throwing Light is free

My romantic suspense novel Throwing Light is free from today until the 26th of April. Rush over to Amazon to get your copy.


Here are some reviews  for Throwing Light from Amazon:

“This is my first book by K. A. Servian. I was blown away by her writing! I read both of her prequels (Missing the Obvious and Shame on Who) and I was still shocked and mesmerized by the story she created. There was a surprise at every turn!”

“Wow, this book is full of suspense, a real emotional rollercoaster! Throwing Light kept me on edge until the last page was turned.”

“Author K A Servian’s writing style makes reading her books a pleasure. You could actually visualize the story unfolding before you. This story grabs your interest right from the start and keeps you engrossed till the very last page.”

“Absolutely loved this story from start to finish – I couldn’t put the book down. Great characters, believable storyline, and lots of twists and turns. Please read this great second novel from a very talented new writer.”


And don’t forget that you can still claim your free copy of the short story prequel to Throwing Light, Missing the Obvious, here.


Of course, you are under no obligation, but if you enjoy Throwing Light and Missing the Obvious, I’d really appreciate it if you could leave reviews on Amazon and/or Goodreads. Being noticed as a writer is hard work and reviews are a great way to encourage readers to try out my books.

Thank you. 🙂

You know when there’s something that you should be doing…

You know what it’s like when there’s something that you should be doing, in my case finishing the sequel to The Moral Compass, and all you seem to want to do is something else?

In the spirit of procrastination, Lauren and I went to a stunning local garden yesterday and shot three of my costumes. A green late 1830s/early 1840s skirt and bodice, an 1815 (ish) cream Regency dress and the 1855 black and white ensemble that appears on the cover of The Moral Compass, which I decided to take some more shots of just because I love it so much.

Working around looming storm clouds, boggy ground, fallen trees from the huge storm last week, and my son running around trying to photobomb us (it’s school holidays), we managed to get some lovely shots that I hope to use on future covers and share with other writers for their covers via Shutterstock.

Thank you once again, Lauren, for being such an amazing model.


Free giveaway – no strings attached

Hi, just to say thank you for taking an interest in my work, I’m giving you all a free copy of Missing The Obvious the short prequel to my romantic suspense novel, Throwing Light.


Here’s the blurb – Three years before Throwing Light begins, Tom and Grace find themselves thrust together at the wedding of their old friend, David. Grace is trying hard to ignore her inappropriate crush on her best friend’s big brother, but when he starts to flirt with her, she wonders if tonight will be her opportunity to finally act on her hidden feelings.

You don’t have to sign-up for anything or jump through any hoops you can just download it here in both Kindle and e-pub formats.

Missing The Obvious is a quick read that can be enjoyed either as a stand-alone short story or as a prequel to Throwing Light (you can read it either before or after the novel as it doesn’t contain any spoilers.)


I hope you enjoy it.