Clickbait Kitty

I’ll keep this brief. I’ve noticed that the general social media user responds en masse to pictures of kittens and puppies above anything else. So here we go, I’m going to experiment. (I do actually like kittens. Please feel free to drop some more kitty pics under this post).

Check out my daughter’s cute kitten Manny. He’s the fluffiest creature around and is absolutely adorable …….



…. and hey while you’re at it check out my books ….. I did call the post Clickbait Kitty.

(Photo copyright Carla Kovach)

FREE if you subscribe to Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited.
Whispers Beneath the Pines.

Twenty two year old classroom assistant Eve leaves England for sunny Turkey with her four childhood friends and Kevin; her first love who she hasn’t seen for six years. The group plan to have one last adventure before they have to finally succumb to adulthood. What they think will be a week of sun, parties and romance soon becomes sinister when they take a trip to the mountainous province of Mugla for the day.

Eve soon realises that things are not what they seem. She sees that something isn’t right but her friends are oblivious. Can she convince them all before it’s too late?

FREE if you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited or Amazon Prime. Psychological thriller ‘To Let’ by Carla Kovach set in Beoley/Redditch and Birmingham.

Years ago there was a death in the village of Beoley, a teenage girl was found drowned in a well, murdered. No one was ever charged.


After leaving her long term partner, Libby moves into a new apartment in Canal House. To begin with everything seems fine, she is effectively avoiding all communications with her cheating ex Gary. Her new landlord Tim seems pleasant and she regularly pours her heart out to her sister Olly. Soon the cracks begin to widen, her job pressures build to an unmanageable level, Gary is becoming increasingly persistent with his texts and calls and her allusive neighbour Mr Bull is regularly causing disturbances amongst the block. On top of everything, the father of missing woman Bettina who once lived in her flat arrives and seeks her help in finding his daughter.

Slowly, the stresses of her new life begin to perpetuate the darker aspects of her personality. Her depressive side slowly takes over and her delicate state of mind is carefully played by a dark mysterious personality. Can she come out of it with her life and sanity?

Flame. Suitable for ghost story fans. Free if you subscribe to Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited. FREE chapters available for download.

Suitable for young adults and adults who enjoy young adult literature.

Tormented by dreams of her father’s tragic death, a ghostly boy and a blue door, Sophie dreams of another world residing behind that blue door. At a new school, where she’s not popular with the teachers or the other pupils, Sophie meets Leila who suffers the taunts of the school bullies. Together they develop a close friendship, bonded by their unpopularity and unhappy home lives.

Spending time walking across Mill Fields to avoid going back to their miserable homes, Sophie leads Leila to an old derelict house ‘Sunflower Cottage.’ The house inspires much curiosity in the girls and promises to be a safe haven from their everyday lives. After a bad few days at home they return to the house, not as curious visitors but as runaways. To Sophie’s surprise they find the blue door which draws them into a dangerous world with no obvious way of return; where danger resides in the house’s very foundations.
Toodle pip. Don’t forget to drop me a baby animal pic below.

Carla Kovach Author (on FB and Twitter)


About Carla

Welcome to my blog! I’m the author of the DI Gina Harte Series, first book is called The Next Girl. I love and live for writing and reading (and sketching - haha). My other passion is filmmaking. My feature film 'Penny for the Guy' is a work in progress. If you enjoy a bit of horror, look out for it in the future. I'm on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Feel free to join me on other platforms. I blog about many random things but books, travel and art are my favourites.
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