Tag Archives: paranormal

Guest author: S. C. Skillman ~ PARANORMAL WARWICKSHIRE

Thank you very much, Sue, for offering me this space on your blog to introduce my book Paranormal Warwickshire to your readers. Warwickshire is a county steeped in the supernatural, as befits the county of Shakespeare and the many ghosts … Continue reading

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Weird world

“GHOST, n. The outward and visible sign of an inward fear.” Devil’s Dictionary, Ambrose Bierce I was looking for some information and came across a video of a paranormal investigation at a place we are very familiar with… Avebury. It … Continue reading

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Glimpses of Paranormal Warwickshire Part 2: Warwick Castle ~ S.C. Skillman

Reblogged from SC Skillman Author: Warwick Castle view from town bridge black and white photo credit Jamie Robinson SC Skillman Paranormal Warwickshire This is the second in my series of glimpses into the subject of my new book, Paranormal Warwickshire, … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Susanne Leist ~ Why am I an author? (and news of a new release!)

Why am I an author? The answer lies with my brother, Neil Leist. Neil was a person who lit up a room when he entered. He was 6 feet 2 inches, but it wasn’t his height that drew peoples’ eyes. … Continue reading

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Magic, reality and the paranormal… a new series of podcasts

G. Michael Vasey, with whom The Mystical Hexagram was written, has just launched a new series of podcasts in which he and his guests discuss the nature of reality, magic and the paranormal. Gary is the author of more than … Continue reading

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Guest Author: A. J. Alexander ~ Demon Tracker Blog Tour

Excerpt from Book 3 of ‘The Council Of Twelve’ series – Demon Tracker Less than twenty minutes later, I received a message from Michael. I was strictly ordered not to do anything but stay where I was. Andreas would pick … Continue reading

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Deborah Jay reviews: The Light: Wake-Robin Ridge #4 by Marcia Meara

Reblogged from Deborah Jay: How are you all doing out there? Reading more? For me it’s a time of rediscovering my creative writing mojo – I’ve finally begun The Five Kingdoms book #4 – yay!!! 2019 was such a horrendous … Continue reading

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Barb Taub on Little Red RH as thriller. PLUS #BookReview~ Madam Tulip and the Serpent’s Tree by @DaveAhernwriter #RBRT #humor #thriller

Reblogged from Barb Taub: Lately, I’ve been reading some fabulous books from Rosie’s Book Review Team, and thinking about them in terms of Christopher Booker’s metaplot theory. Using Little Red Riding Hood as a metaplot here, I considered what Red’s story might … Continue reading

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Choice ~ Michele Jones #writephoto

Castle Cahercasey did provide Emme and her guard the protection she needed, but the price was high. Her guard always surrounded her, and she never went outside. Never. She stared out the window every day. She could see the calm … Continue reading

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Presence ~ Michele Jones #writephoto

Emme couldn’t believe it. She managed to get back to the school, back to the classroom. Tears streamed down her cheeks. Once again, her incompetence caused a problem. Ora was dead. The Three didn’t appear. No one came. For being … Continue reading

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