Author anniversary and Amazon Categories

When my first book was released, I assumed authors wrote a book then sat back while royalties flooded in from everyone who had bought it, and the publishers did everything else. Expecting to sell millions of copies under my pen name (because all proper authors use a pen name, don’t they?) it was quite an …

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Book locations

A book blogger mentioned recently about running a series on books set in specific locations. It started me thinking about my own books, and the times and places where they were set. ABC Destiny The date is indeterminate but it follows the story of Delphine, the illegitimate daughter of an English member of the aristocracy, …

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Changes and More Changes

Being an author involves wearing many different hats, and with future changes afoot I started thinking back to how it all began. Perhaps it was no coincidence my first book was called ‘Changes.’ As a total newcomer to the publishing world, I assumed every author used a pen-name, so a family nickname became my new …

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Birthday bloggers – Summer Changes, Winter Tears

Many years ago I visited the island of Malta, and although I have seen some drastic changes over the  years, it remains in my heart.  'Changes,'  told the story of an unadventurous young woman living in London, working in a respectable job,  then deciding to live in Malta when she falls in love with the …

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Country Boy background and Bloggers support

Regular followers will have realised I have a new book out: ‘Story of a Country Boy.’ Although this was written a while ago, I hesitated in releasing it, as it’s very different from my previous publications, which were mainly romance or fantasy, and suitable for every age group. Story of a Country Boy US link Story …

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You don’t bring me flowers

The duet by Redent Falzon and Marlene Chetcuti was the inspiration for this story. If ever you are in Malta check them out. A lovely song, beautifully sung.    http://www.facebook.com/marlene.chetcuti/videos/10211896169990717 I wasn’t impressed the first time I met him. He was with a bunch of cronies in the pub, and they were loud and obnoxious. …

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