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Killing Elizabeth King

The fourth and final story in the Elizabeth King series, Killing Elizabeth King, is going to be available on Amazon Kindle very soon!

Several years before her murder, Elizabeth’s father is in danger of being discovered for his criminal activities.  69 more words

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Playing Out – Swings and Roundabouts outlines the first ten years of Paul’s life.

Abandoned by his mother at six weeks old, he lives alongside three brothers and a sister being raised by their lorry driver father. 231 more words

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Kindle E-books

durgapuja duti shishur duti jagat

This story came to mind while writing the first two books, just could not shake it off! Durgapuja through the eyes of two types of people- kids to be precise, the ones who want to have fun and those rare who seek divine company. 30 more words

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Introducing Roland Robertson.

So seems that Saturday is a good day to blog in terms of viewing figures! Who’d have thought? But sincere thanks to all those people who continue to read (and presumably enjoy) my irreverent ramblings and suffer my wacky sense of humour each week. 2,690 more words

Writing

barir pujo durgapuja and kalipuja

While writing the first book I realized that people like Troy who know very little about Bengal will need this one, the description of Durgapuja and Kalipuja, so I just shared my experiences, only experiences of Durgapuja and Kalipuja, have not been to any other Durgapuja or Kalipuja outside Kamalpur (since leaving it finally on 1998), just never felt like it, have taken a peek or two from outside the pandals but that’s all, after being a part of actual puja panadal pujas are so childish. 76 more words

Poem

Freed: Online convenience and all the destruction it has caused

I miss the pleasure of strolling through book, record and other stores I’ve helped kill with my online habits.

I even miss Blockbuster, where our family would wander the aisles for 75 minutes debating which three of the store’s 13 million movies we could agree on. 659 more words

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