Dolly Loves Me

I try to vary my blog posts to keep them interesting, but still tend to flit between various options without settling into a regular format. I’m not sure if this is a good thing, or even if reading my short stories might encourage followers to buy my books. I ran out of time this week …

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Book fairs and book fayres

A couple of months ago, the local council approached authors in the area with a view to putting on a Christmas book Fayre. The date was set and it took place this Saturday afternoon with I believe seventeen authors altogether in attendance. I read and write fiction, but it was interesting to see the number …

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Interview with TJ from ‘Story of a County Boy.’

As I mentioned the other week, an author friend sent me some questions to interview one of my characters. It was a great idea and inspired me to carry on with the sequel for the first book in the series which was called ‘Story of a Country Boy.’ The first book describes the adventures of …

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If anyone asks and Listen to Love

This week's story on our YouTube channel is on the serious subject of bullying.It can take many forms, and doesn’t always include a black eye or a broken arm. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRNjbB60QIc You might wonder why the person being bullied doesn’t go to the police, or simply leave. Chip away at someone’s confidence for long enough and …

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Escaping the storm and Autumn chickens

I'm delighted to announce the release of a brand new online magazine 'Autumn Chickens.'  Although primarily aimed at the older reader, I'm sure all age groups will find something of interest. The features include various topics, opinions, interviews, books and competitions, and you might even find something from me. 😀 You can subscribe or find out …

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