She sat motionless……her body tense with anticipation.What happened next nearly stopped her heart.In this world, nothing was as it seemed. There must be someone who pulled the strings, but it was hard to say who was behind the plot. She had to focus. Nothing else mattered. She needed answers.But at what cost?If she continued……she might… Continue reading Her Silent Shadow – a big book for a tiny price!
Magic of Stories has finished 2020 and now telling you about the magic of stories read over the year with my favourite reads. According to Goodreads, I read a total of 50 books. A story is not a story without the details and I'll give you the outstanding moments for each of these. Chasing Daisy… Continue reading Best Reads of 2020
Which is more important – wreaking revenge or finding peace?Caitlyn’s life is altered by the death of the father she idolized and further broken by a tainted prom night. These are triggers that begin her path of self-destruction. When happiness finally seemed attainable, she learned that her beloved husband isn’t who he appeared to be.… Continue reading Chasing Caitlyn by Marnie Cate
This is a fun read that has a bit of everything. Sex, crime, murder, threat and a whole lot of humour. Something the Paul White is good at. Sam tells the story and as in the first photo, down on his luck with no money, he gets a job as a garden for the very… Continue reading A New Summer’s Garden, by Paul White
31st January is World Leprosy Day. World Leprosy Day seeks to increase public awareness of leprosy, a chronic infectious skin disease. The day also helps to debunk common myths associated with leprosy. You can read more about it here. As soon as I saw the day it reminded me of a school project I did… Continue reading World Leprosy Day
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… Continue reading My 2020 Publishing Achievements
Bitter cold January days call for nothing less than a long bath, candles lit, and cup after cup of hot tea to warm you up from the inside out. A hot, steamy cup of tea is perfect for any time of the day. Happy National Hot Tea Month, do yourself a favour and enjoy tea… Continue reading January is National Hot Tea Month
Book Four of the Brad Coulter Thriller Series by Arthur Ellis Award Finalist Dwayne Clayden Monday Morning. A man drops dead in the parking lot of a car dealership in downtown Calgary. No one knows where the shot came from. No one knows why the victim was targeted.The shooter? Invisible. An hour later, another body… Continue reading 13 DAYS OF TERROR
I love animals especially dogs and cats, so I want to share with you this story from colleague and fellow author Sahara Foley who has just adopted some cats. While you are there, and especially if you are a lover of Science Fiction, you may want to join her mailing list or follow her blog.… Continue reading For you Animal lovers out there!
Cara had been writing romance since before the break-up of her relationship at college. Although only fairly successful, a chance encounter on her way home from a Book Signing was just what she needed.Ewan had seen the blond beauty in her red Jaguar F-Type as he drove home from what had turned out to be… Continue reading Drive by – written by Audrina Lane