Anthologies, Book, Crime, Mystery, Paranormal

My 2020 Publishing Achievements

In October I participated one again in the Ghostly Rites anthologies. These come out every year and mine was based on a true story set in an office in1981. Terror in the Office, one of the stories in the publication is available as an ebook and a paperback on Amazon UK and Amazon US.

Victory75 was released June to commerate VE day and is an Electric Eclectic book. The Dome of St Paul’s is my story incorporating tales told by my Grandfather who served with the Royal Engineers. Each story deals with VE day and I was thrilled to be part of this great collection along with writers such as Audrina Lane, Paul White, Claire Plaisted, Julia Blake and Jane Risdon.

Love Every After is one of my proudest achievements this year. I absolutely loved, loved, this book. I read everyone of the romance stories and none were the same straight forward romance I was expecting. They were all different with many twists and turns along the way. It left me in awe. My story was called Crossing Serbia about a Aid Worker who is kidnapped by a group of rebels and the rescued by British solders. Their race to the border is fraught with danger.

Finding Amanda has had a brand new cover this year. It tells the story of Mandy who ran away from home after feeling like an outsider. It is the story of a family torn apart by a missing sister. When she is found, the painful truth unfolds.

Down by the River not only had a new cover, but was expanded for a fuller story as it tells of Shelby who returns to her hometown looking for her friend Mary-Jo. Old memories surface as she faces her Pa realising nothing has changed between them. Based on the 1990s hit by Richard Marx, it tells of betrayal, guilt, and death.

The Slap is part of the Cassidy Newbold stories. Cassie is a clairvoyant who helps her brother, a detective to hunt down criminals. This one would be one of the most difficult yet as two young girls have gone missing and no one knows if they are alive.

The Power of Love A mother’s love is very strong and it calls to Jorge. This is a charming fairy tale novelette where the music does the talking. It’s the story of a lost prince and search that spans the years.

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