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Tag Archives: Chosen Child
Here in Switzerland, it’s a well-known fact that British people like talking about the weather – and let’s face it; the weather gives us something different to say several times a day. But this year, it’s conversation topic number one … Continue reading
One of the best parts about being a writer is the friendship and support we get from other writers. When things are going well, we can pat each other’s backs and cheer; when they aren’t, it makes a big difference … Continue reading
Last autumn, on the way home from Zürich on the train, I found a pen. It had fallen between the seat and the carriage wall, and presumably its owner hadn’t noticed because I was able to fish it up quite … Continue reading
Chosen Child is now available in paperback! It’s a lovely paperback, thanks to Debbie at The Cover Collection, and in one respect this one’s different to my others because it has a glossy finish, which really shows off that lovely … Continue reading
It’s eBook publication week for Chosen Child, and halfway through the blog tour we have a slight hiccup… Today’s post should be coming from Jane Isaac’s Caffeine’s not a Crime blog, however, at the end of last week her entire … Continue reading
I’m really pleased that my fourth book – another psychological thriller – is now available to download on kindle or other devices with an app. A few bits and pieces about the book: From the first word on the first … Continue reading
If you compare learning to make a book trailer to learning to ride your bike with no stabilisers, I’m at the stage of wobbling along, a parent (in my case, son 2) trotting beside me. For yards I can go … Continue reading