They haven't gone, the Christmas Angels.They're hiding from me.Waiting. In the shadows.Ready to step out into the twinkling lights.Reflecting in the dirty puddles.Shimmering and blurred.Walking along the empty streets.The closed shops, the dead cafés.An open door.Please sir, can you help me?An inviting arm around my shoulder.The warmth of the hallway.Shut out the cold Eve.His smiling … Continue reading ALL GONE
I am once again delighted to be included in the Christmas Book Fair over at the Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore. Pop on over and have a look for some new book ideas.
Welcome to the Christmas Book Fair where I will be featuring all the authors currently on the shelves of the Cafe and Bookstore.
The first book today is a thriller that is definitely a page turner from beginning to end that I can personally recommend. Acts Beyond Redemption (Unintended Consequences Book 1)by Suzanne Burke
About the book
Acts Beyond Redemption takes you on a twisted, deadly, journey.
Mike Matheson is head of a Special Task Force set up by the F.B.I to track down and apprehend the serial killers responsible for 18 brutal murders.His team are exhausted, frustrated, and ready to burn out after almost five years and no leads. Their nightmares are stripping them to the bone. Finally, a break in the case hands them a suspect!
Sheila Harrington appears to have confessed to the horrific murders. Sheila Harrington also looks set to become the wife of The…
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I recently received and invite to pop in for a chat and a drink at the Clubhouse over on the blog of author Paula R. Creadman, where I gave a little interview about writing and my books. Do pop over and have a read!
Welcome to Clubhouse Chat page. Those of you who are not a member won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit it is via membership or an invite to the tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation with all sort of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers. Over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, I shall be chatting with my guest about their work in progress, or latest book release.
Today I’m chatting with Iain in the tearoom. Welcome. My first question to my guest is what drink would you like while we chat?
Thank you so much for the invite, Paula. Well, for my drink, I think I’ll introduce your readers to a particularly Scottish refreshing fizzy drink called Irn-Bru, best served chilled with a couple of ice cubes…
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Impetuous Iain faced ignominy when, after several false starts, he rashly pinned his lips on Jolly Jennifer's mouth in the middle of the dance floor. The footfall of the crowd faded as onlookers backed away and waited for the bomb to explode, which it duly did. In retaliation, Jennifer delivered several slaps to Iain's head, … Continue reading CHRISTMAS PARTY
My wrists were tied to a wooden bar. The door closed and I was alone. A switch clicked and light flooded the room and spilled through the fabric of the sack over my head. 'Hello?' A hand pulled the sack away and I looked into his face. 'So you found me,' he said. 'What should … Continue reading ROGUE AGENT