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Guest Author: Neil Rushton ~ Dead But Dreaming ~ A New Novel

My second novel Dead but Dreaming was published on 31 July. It is the story of a young folklorist, who travels into the English countryside in 1970 to collect testimonies about the faeries from people in the rurality. The setting … Continue reading

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Christoph Fischer Reviews: The Last Pilgrim by Noelle Granger

Reblogged from Christoph Fischer: This book is a rich resource of well researched historical facts and a concise re-telling of the story of one of many Mayflower pilgrims. Noelle describes the characters in a series of narratives that depict the … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal: ‘Paranormal Warwickshire’ by SC Skillman

Reblogged from SC Skillman Author: I’m delighted to be able to bring you the cover reveal for my new book, Paranormal Warwickshire, which is due to be released by Amberley Publishing on 15th November 2020. Paranormal Warwickshire by SC Skillman … Continue reading

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Guest author: Daisy Bala ~ A Bouquet of Poetry

Daisy is a passionate author and blogger living in Chicago suburbs with her husband and two kids. She is a nature lover who draws her musings from the verdant green bounty around her. Her walk-in woods continuously inspire her to … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Iain Kelly ~ Finishing the Story: Writing a Trilogy #booklaunch

Two years ago I managed to finish my first novel and publish it on Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing. While basking in the satisfaction of completing the book, ‘A Justified State’ (and receiving the odd couple of gratifying reviews), I got … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Graeme Cumming ~ A Book At Bedtime?

Did you read bedtime stories to your children when they were little? It was a magical time – and not just because it was the precursor to getting some peace and quiet for a few hours! No, there were opportunities … Continue reading

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Wait, wait, it’s coming…. N. A. Granger

Reblogged from Sayling Away: Anxiety is building. My new book, The Last Pilgrim, is scheduled for release on June 1. The final version of the PDF has been uploaded and we are just waiting on the person creating the book … Continue reading

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Chasing the Shaman…

It feels rather odd, being in a book. Not as one half of that semi-fictional pair, ‘Don and Wen’, but as yourself… especially when it is written by someone else. But it does show how much our human stories intertwine, … Continue reading

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Slivers of Søren: Testaments to Truth ~ Stuart France

THE HAND THAT GUIDES… …Can pick up a thing, a train of thought, say, or better… a circumstance, a way of life… after years of apparent neglect, and immediately, unerringly, hit-the-beat… * Had that song ever stopped, even, or did … Continue reading

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But ‘n’ Ben…

Gauche… Gangly… Currently scrofulous… Bark Jaw-Dark contemplated the pork pie he had recently fished from the depths of the jacket pocket of his un-pressed suit and placed it whole in his mouth. “Hey, Jordache!” “Jaw-Dark,” spluttered Bark through the pork … Continue reading

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