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Review of "A Fall of Marigolds" by Susan Meissner

A “Fall of Marigolds” by Susan Meissner is an amazing book about two women who lost the men they loved through historical tragedies, yet learned to live and love again. 476 more words

Historical Fiction

Book Thoughts: September Ends (S. Hunter Jones)

This highly unusual non-traditional story spans several genres — romance, erotica, dramatic fiction, spirituality, contemporary women’s fiction, poetry, art and photographic literature — September Ends… 151 more words

Book Reviews

To the Edge of Shadows by Joanne Graham

To the Edge of Shadows by Joanne Graham

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

To the Edge of Shadows is a very difficult book to categorize or talk about without giving away key plot points, but I will do my best to write about it without revealing spoilers. 616 more words


Getting to Carol Balawyder--the September Author Interview


UHHHH! Before you dudes open your nippy hamstah gubs and say a word about today’s guest and her dog, nicely smelling or otherwise–

Well, that’s as maybe but today’s guest is very special and one you will like when you hear what her book’s about. 1,359 more words


Reading and Sipping in September


Mary Kubica’s debut THE GOOD GIRL was one of this summer’s hottest releases. I love stories loaded with suspense and mystery, so I snatched this one up the day it was out and immediately cracked it open. 500 more words

Kerry Lonsdale

Becoming Robert Pimm

Assiduous readers will have noticed that I have changed the name of this blog.  This is because I want further to separate out my professional existence as HM Consul General in Istanbul from my part-time existence as a writer of fiction. 163 more words


My New Novel and a special offer...

I have a new novel out. It’s called Displacement.

The story line could be summed up as: The search for resolution after the upheaval of loss. 517 more words

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