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One Last Dance - Judith Lennox

I had forgotten how enjoyable a well-written saga can be, that feeling of enormous satisfaction of following a family through their ups and downs, or more usually, downs and further downs, spanning decades isn’t replicated in the same way in any other type of genre and in One Last Dance I felt I’d travelled on a journey with Esme starting at the time of World War I and continuing to the 1970’s. 419 more words

Books I Have Read

Meet Author Morwenna Holman

Today I’m welcoming Morwenna Holman, author of Heaton. Thank you for stopping by, Morwenna!


In this prequel to the already published novel, Westerdale we find out how the early life of Heaton Grimshaw shapes and molds the character of the man he later becomes. 1,173 more words

Meet The Authors

Archers next Clifton Chronicles instalment is engaging and gripping

The Sins of the Father by Jeffrey Archer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

There are few authors so renowned for writing big blockbuster family sagas as Jeffrey Archer and for the past few days I have been engrossed in the second instalment of his Clifton Chronicles, The Sins of the Father. 302 more words

Book Review

Seems like it takes forever...

Today, I’m celebrating the  release of my newest book, THE CATTLEMAN. And I’m happy to report it has one 5-star review! Yay!

This book is #2 in the “Sons of Texas” series and a sequel to last year’s release, … 508 more words

Books And Publishing

The Path of the Fallen

There was a grand crystallized window along the port side of the vessel––the Harbinger. It afforded a view that overlooked Terra, as the blue planet had been called for the past thousand years. 978 more words


Who Would Do Something Silly Like That? (Non-Fiction)


Who Would Do Something Silly Like That?

By Russ Towne

This experience may have been the most embarrassing time of my life – and, considering how many such moments I’ve had, that is really saying something. 1,034 more words

Short Stories