Despite that spring is my favourite season, it seems that I’ve written few stories set during the three months between the end of March and June. It’s a period that defines new life, a new start, new beginnings and people tend to be blessed with a certain air of positivity and relaxation. Spring for meContinue reading “A Coming of Age Story Perfect for Spring”
It’s a while since I last posted some flash fiction, but there’s no better time than Halloween I guess! A couple of days early, and Sunday is usually the day I post original fiction, but nothing wrong with a Saturday, right? Here is an eerie ghost story for you.
The last book published before James Herbert’s death at age 69 was Ash. A few days ago, I finished that book – it was the only novel of his I had left to read so this feels like the end of an era. Over an illustrious career, he had many best sellers – not leastContinue reading “The Best of James Herbert”
Ladies and gentlemen, dear readers old and new. I am very, very delighted and proud to present you with my very first author interview and it is with one of the most celebrated writer’s of crime. A few weeks ago, I was requested to read and review the book The House on Cold Hill byContinue reading “Author Interview: Peter James on The House on Cold Hill”
I seem to be attracting requests for review for commercial work these days; that’s why I am reviewing this book several days before its official release. An interview with the author will follow so please check back. Peter James is a well-known writer of crime and science thrillers, and though having looked up his bioContinue reading “Book Review: The House on Cold Hill by Peter James”
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8 My twin sister and I Lizzy have just had our 17th birthday. It should have been a joyous day where we celebrated being old enough to learn to drive and see and hear all the nudges and winks that’s is only a year until weContinue reading “Snippet Sunday 7/12/14: The Cold Man Part 9 (Finale)”