Category Archives: Books

A Fear of Heights blog tour… a new novel from Tallis Steelyard aka Jim Webster

Running in, please pass? I suppose that because we helped Maljie acquire her new sedan chair, we are all somewhat to blame. She had had a chair of her own but frankly it was getting old, tired and a little … Continue reading

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Found Mounds: the Call of Albion…

* ‘…Maybe it is because it is our third visit or maybe it is because there are three of us, or maybe we had to work out the St Andrew thing before we were allowed to ascend, who knows? Whatever … Continue reading

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Announcing the WINNERS of the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic at the Carrot Ranch

When the doctors told me that the cancer had spread to my brain, they also told me that I did not have long left…’days to weeks’ were their words. At this point, the wonderful folks at the Carrot Ranch wrote … Continue reading

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Temple of Living Lore…

Maiden Castle * “Of course, once you have written one book, the next one is easy…” * It was true that we still had things we wanted to say, and some things which we had thought might make it into … Continue reading

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Darlene Foster reviews “Finding Don and Wen”

A wonderful review of “Finding Don and Wen” from Darlene Foster, author of the escapades of Amanda who travels the world falling into adventures.  Letters of wisdom Reviewed in Canada on March 19, 2021 An enjoyable exchange of letters between … Continue reading

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Windblown stone

Still stuck at home… possibly for good now… I can still share memories and previous visits to places that have special meaning for me. Some, like Brimham, were magical, both in their own right and to the eyes of the … Continue reading

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D. L. Finn review Midnight Haiku

D. L. Finn, a prolific author whose work spans many genres, from children’s fiction to horror and poetry, reviews my new book… “Midnight Haiku” is a thought-provoking collection. Seven Haikus accompany a beautiful photograph. There are 365 poems, one for … Continue reading

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The Doomsday Books… Stuart France and Sue Vincent

He may have had a point. Pulling Freddie Mercury moves… in a wheelchair… whilst singing ‘Another One Bites the Dust‘ was probably not really appropriate for my current circumstances. But it was with no small sense of achievement that I … Continue reading

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Di from pensitivity101 reviews Midnight Haiku

What can I say? I started and carried on until I’d finished. I have always enjoyed walks in the forest, along the beach, or through parks. We miss so much in our daily lives, taking it for granted and not … Continue reading

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Magic #midnighthaiku

random memories conjured from dusty archives giving birth to smiles *

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