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Special Knowledge by Martyn Clayton

His sister had suggested he contacted the TV production company that made the programme about hoarders. Those strange folks who collect things from bins, who live in houses so filled with clutter that they’ve been reduced to a small window of space in a back bedroom.  3,033 more words

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#BlogBlitz : Secrets and Fries at the Starlight Diner by @Helenography with @rararesources

I am delighted to be part of the blog tour for “Secrets and Fries at the Starlight Diner” by Helen Cox. This book is available to purchase now an is in eBook format.  760 more words


The Tallow-Wife by Angela Slatter

The Tallow-Wife by Angela Slatter

Review by Kylie Thompson

Rating: 5 stars

Genre: fantasy, short stories

Publisher: FableCroft Publishing

Normally, I try to review widely published, easy to find a copy kind of books. 643 more words

Kylie Thompson

29: "He's an unhappy lad, isn't he?"

Just like the year before, Chris and Sybil went to the Home Grown music festival on the Roehampton Island and, just like the year before, it poured. 1,146 more words


23. A Betrayal or Two

“You could stay here, you know,” Paz said. “We don’t have to do anything.”

I looked down at the bonfire below. Paz’s tent wasn’t nearly as comfortable as Luce’s, but it was further from the ground, on a platform in a low tree, covered in an ingenious system of tarps. 2,946 more words


Book Review: Lucy's Book Club For The Lost And Found.

A book club is something I’ve often thought about joining but never have, which is a shame if they are anything like Lucy’s Book Club For The Lost And Found. 360 more words



Coraline (2006) by Neil Gaiman is a delightful, creepy tale of a girl who goes through a door to a weird, eerie world that threatens her life with her parents. 15 more words