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Rainbow Snippets 23rd January

It’s Saturday and time for Rainbow Snippets again 🙂 This is becoming one of the highlights of my week. Writers post six sentences on their blog, link to it in the Facebook group and then bounce around to comment on … Continue reading

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The fruit is dead, and yet the leaves are green (Aldershot in Winter)

So, my hometown’s a shithole. Nobody disputes this. Even the locals call Aldershot “All-the-shit”. It’s sprawling, ugly, poor, the only local crime hotspot, the only place for miles where the houseprices won’t quite bankrupt you, it’s dirty, it’s lairy, it’s … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets (16th-17th January)

Another week, another six sentences for the amazing Rainbow snippets group on Facebook. If you’re not following this, do go and have a look, because loads of authors from eveyr corner of our genre are joining in to share six … Continue reading

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From Jane Austen to bloody war: A Visit to Alton

Just before Christmas, Mum and I spent a day in the local market town of Alton. I’d given it a passing mention in A Frost of Cares and was curious to track down the real life evidence of the battle … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets (9th January 2016)

Another week, another six sentences for the wonderful Rainbow Snippets group on Facebook. This week, a different book. Here are the first, er, seven sentences of my upcoming supernatural romance, A Frost of Cares, a winter ghost story. Luke isn’t … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets 12-13 December: The Sea Has Many Voices

A little glimpse at my now finished Nanowrimo 2015 novel this week. In accordance with the rules of Rainbow Snippets, here are six sentences (if news of this Facebook group hasn’t reached you yet, do follow the link, because it’s … Continue reading

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The Week That Got Away (surgery and second editions)

I’m currently feeling very, very lucky. This week could have been the week from hell, and instead, everything is okay (better than okay in some areas). So, let me catch you up. First, I’m delighted that Reawakening is available again! The … Continue reading

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Andrew Q. Gordon on First Love and the true strength of a queen…

Today I’m very pleased to welcome fellow DSP Publications author Andrew Q. Gordon who is visiting to talk about his free release, First Love, which is set in the same world as The Last Grand Master. I have a weak spot for fantasy … Continue reading

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Resistance! (Good news)

“No chance of being kidnapped by pirates now,” Esen said, with a faint note of regret in her voice. Raif pulled himself out of his gloom. “I pity the pirate who tries to capture you.” “Because I’m dangerous?” she asked … Continue reading

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Strange Meeting (free story)

The lovely M/M Romance Group over on Goodreads have started up some threads for writing prompts in the few weeks. I’ve been dipping in, and one of the prompts caught my eye today. The challenge was to write a story … Continue reading

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