Just a quick update in case you haven’t read it yet. Available worldwide. Pictures Of Deceit Internationally renowned art dealer, Michael Masters, returns home to Charmsbury with his long awaited ‘Starlight’ exhibition. What should have been a relaxing evening turns into a nightmare for Alexandra Price, local journalist, when she appears to have been the […]
The moonlight flooded the garden, it was a full moon and with no streetlights in the area it was almost as bright as in the day. Rose walked through the garden amidst the heady smells of honeysuckle and cut grass, she loved evenings like this, warm and bright. So much more evocative than the heat of […]
“How does this look.” Jess asked. “Mmm Looks great.” Paul replied whilst looking out the window. “What colour is it?” She sighed, thinking she should be used to this by now but it still annoyed her. “What?” “Never mind.” She went and got changed, wondering sarcastically if all men were the same of if she’d […]
I just checked my author page on Amazon and to my surprise Pictures of Deceit is climbing the charts. Nothing as heady as the top 100 but still it’s climbing and that makes me happy, for an indie author I consider this quite a triumph.People are liking Alex and her journalistic crime investigations, or maybe […]
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Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
I do have issues with Amazon on a number of fronts including their reviewing criteria and oversight and also their treatment of Indies who are not affiliated into one of their Kindle programmes. I have no problem paying commission to a book seller but recently they hiked that for…
I just wanted to stop by and wish you all a happy Ostara, the Spring equinox. A time to start new projects and look forward, the plants and trees are beginning to bud and show signs of new life. Enjoy spring in all it’s glory and may it bring you much happiness and success. Cut […]
Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Chalice Well, Glastonbury, has been in use for over two thousand years. The chalybeate spring has never ceased to our forth its warm red waters. One of the many legends of the well says that Joseph of Arimathea placed the Cup here in which he had caught…
Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
by Anne R. Allen The most common question I get from authors who are thinking about starting a blog is: “What should an author blog about?” My answer isn’t the same as what you’ll hear from the major blogging gurus. That’s because 90% of the…
I bought yoga pants.Yes and today I wore them…Fantastic, comfortable and to get the best out of them,I wore them all day…I got home and looked in the mirror,nope they didn’t work…I’ll give them another hour… just in case 😉 Source: I Bought Yoga Pants.