The Stone Mage and the Sea by Sean Williams My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Stone Mage and the Sea by Sean Williams has been sitting on my book shelf for a couple of years and I thought it was about time I read it. I’m glad I made that decision. Sean Williams is … Read moreBook Review: The Stone Mage and the Sea
Well, what do you know? I’m back! No, I didn’t close down the site or move. I didn’t do something stupid behind the scenes, which played havoc with the website. My domain name expired and I wasn’t give warning. I believe I was offline for two days before I realised and then my provider was … Read moreMy Domain Name Expired!
Rhett Butler’s People by Donald McCaig My review rating: 2 of 5 stars Rhett Butler’s People by Donald McCraig is an authorised sequel to Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell, which is a personal favourite, as is another authorised sequel by Alexandra Ripley called Scarlett. So when I saw Rhett Butler’s People I instantly … Read moreBook Review: Rhett Butler’s People
Due to the hiccup I’ve experienced over the last few days where Mirror Image is concerned, I’ve decided to do myself a favour and pull back from that manuscript for a short time. I need to let the information I’ve received from the reader and helpful friends on the internet to sink in for a … Read moreTaking the Hard Road
I want to thank everyone for your replies to my post Find Strength & Stop Being Nice! You’ve really shown your support and I appreciate that. Before I go any further I must mention that Mirror Image is fiction based on real life events. Now that I’ve had a few days to think about it, … Read moreDid That Character Swear?
Can a person be too nice? Obviously they can. Obviously people who read my stuff think I write “too nice” because I’ve been told that very fact a lot — so many times, in fact, that I can no longer ignore it. I’ve thought about this over the last few days and I have come … Read moreFind Strength & Stop Being Nice!
This month, I am proud to present an interview with Chris Howard, author of Seaborn. It’s a pleasure to have this opportunity to interview you, Chris. Please tell us a bit about your writing background. My mother was a writer and an artist, and growing up I had no concept of a “real job” versus … Read moreAuthor Interview: Chris Howard