Monthly Archives: May 2017
No Excuse Today.
I have been side tracked recently by the gorgeous weather we’ve been having, but today I have no excuse for getting down to editing book 3 (Yes I know I should have a title by now!). The weather is hideous and my usual customers are smart enough to stay at home. So on with the […]
Lust, Money & Murder #1 – Review
4.7/5.0 Couldn’t put it down. Lust (Lust, Money & Murder #1) by Mike Wells. A short novel, but full of intrigue and packed with adventure, well written and I really didn’t want to put this book down. It’s the first in the series and I can’t wait to see what happens to Elaine in the future […]
Enjoy the sunshine and may it radiate throughout your life.
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The Charade – Part 13
If you go to the website the story is up to date, you can catch up on anything you may have missed. Chapter Thirteen She had been looking forward so much to talking to George and finding out more about her Mother, she hoped he was well. She looked around, the shop looked […]
Just because they make me smile. A beautiful gift from a beautiful friend.
Well this is unusual for the UK, Summer has arrived and we’ve heading for a full week of sunshine, hot sunshine, so now we all head off to try to exercise more and eat less. Trying in vain to get our bodies beach ready so we feel better about ourselves. Unfortunately I think we may have […]
The Charade – Part 12
Originally posted on S C Richmond:
Chapter twelve already, where will it go? This chapter has been written by Carol Taylor you can find her by clicking the link. Enjoy this chapter and if you would like to catch up with the rest of the story please check out the website The Charade – Chapter 12.Carl…
Is anyone out there watching the trial? It crossed my mind that this could be a rich vein of information if there’s anyone out there writing a court room drama. I’m intrigued by the behind the scenes clips of the barristers chatting and strategizing and the jury’s thoughts as the evidence changes their minds constantly. […]
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