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Mary Smith has 5 minutes on the telly

Reblogged from Mary Smith’s Place: A couple of months ago when Keith Kirk and I were launching Secret Dumfries we were thrilled to be invited to be filmed on ITV’s popular programme Border Life. Of course, the programme could not … Continue reading

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FREE Download! First Lady Of The Keys by Lucy Brazier

To celebrate the release of new PorterGirl novel, Sinister Dexter, the first book in the PorterGirl trilogy is available on FREE download for five days from Thursday 26th April! First Lady Of The Keys is where we first enter Old … Continue reading

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Guest author: Selma P. Verde – Happy birthday to The Hard Way

Looking for a good teen read? Well, I may have just the one for you…  Happy 1st Birthday to The Hard Way! Today, April 12, 2018, is the one-year anniversary of the day I, Selma P. Verde, pressed the publish … Continue reading

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PorterGirl : Sinister Dexter – The Detectives by Lucy Brazier

Reblogged from Secret Diary of PorterGirl: In the run-up to next month’s release of new PorterGirl novel, Sinister Dexter, let us take the opportunity to meet some of the eclectic supporting cast who join Head Porter, Deputy Head Porter and … Continue reading

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Guest author: Anne Copeland – So Many Reasons for Writing

Many of the indie writers I know want to publish to try to earn extra money, while still others just want to get their wonderful writings out there because they want people to share what they have created, and to … Continue reading

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Sitting down on the job. The life of a paperback writer… Ian Hutson

 Reblogged from The Diesel Electric Elephant Company: I am affectionately known by all and sundry at the Cleethorpes Sanatorium for the Clinically Confused as “Peanut Head, Ward 3, Bed 7”. Do horses really sit down like that, rear end only? … Continue reading

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The Tower of Hope #WritePhoto by Alethea Kehas

Source: Sue Vincent She thought the climb would be worse than the descent. Instead, the air buoyed her above the bracken, and her bare feet hardly touched the broken stone. The hem of her green skirt swept the dew-laden grasses, … Continue reading

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The accountant

He had kept his secrets. He had thought he was safe… He was doing so well. Doing alright anyway. Now, he was not so sure. It was all gone. He has nothing… is nothing. Nowhere to go… nowhere to be. … Continue reading

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Notes from a small dog XLX

I knew she would mislay him again… she always does when he takes the black leathery thing out to the car. It had all been going so well too… a couple of days playing with Gooch and co… then home … Continue reading

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