Fantasy, Inspirational, Mystery, Paranormal, Psychological, Romance, science Fiction

The Secret of Excalibur by Sahara Foley, a book review

Fiction mash-up - Arthurian Fantasy - Mystery 315 pages. Kindle Unlimited Pictures Telling Stories The psychic Institute shown in the first picture is where Ruth works and just above her is Arthur. They go for a holiday and stay at the inn pictured, where some funny things happen. Funny as in humorous because Arthur is… Continue reading The Secret of Excalibur by Sahara Foley, a book review

Book, Dystopian, science Fiction

We Journey No More by Sahara Foley

Time Travel Science Fiction - 246 Pages Teenagers Don and Janet run off to California to start a new life together. Along the way, they find themselves in a dangerous land. Did they inadvertently time travel to a future Earth? Or, a parallel universe? One of the nomadic tribes they encounter rescues the young couple. These… Continue reading We Journey No More by Sahara Foley

Paranormal, Romance

Deep Waters by Paul White

Paranormal Romance 41 pages Life Love Emotions Heartbreak Deep Waters is a heart-wrenching story of one man's fight to come to terms with his wife's death.This touching and emotional tale allows privileged insight into Gary's mind as he stumbles onward through life and unveils an understanding of why he chose this island to execute his last… Continue reading Deep Waters by Paul White

Crime, Thriller

A New Summer’s Garden, by Paul White

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

Book, Crime, Historical, History, Non-fiction

Who Killed Constable Cock by Angela Buckley

This is the first of my new style book reviews. They incorporate the #picturestellingstories tag, which you will see a lot more of now on. This is true story and account of a murdered policeman in 1876. The first picture is where it took place. At the centre of the story is the firearm that… Continue reading Who Killed Constable Cock by Angela Buckley

Stories

Pictures Telling Stories, Down by the River

Down by the River is a novella and published through Crimson Cloak Publishing. It was inspired by the nineties song Hazard by Richard Marx. It told a wonderful story accompanied by atmospheric music. The caravan is where Ricky lives on the outskirts of town. A bad boy who has had run ins with both the… Continue reading Pictures Telling Stories, Down by the River

Stories

Pictures Telling Stories, Famous People, Famous Places

I've long had a fascination about the lives famous people live. What are they really like behind closed doors? Who do they love? Without intention I looked back and realised I written this into many of my stories. The first picture Joanna's Journey tells how she meets a guy on the train, who turned out… Continue reading Pictures Telling Stories, Famous People, Famous Places

Stories

Pictures Telling Stories, Distant Time

I've always loved time travel films, I find them so intriguing. At the moment I'm watching Timeless on Netflix. Distant Time began life as a short story but there was something about it that spoke to me and it needed expanding into something that provided more answers. Julie worked for the government within a team… Continue reading Pictures Telling Stories, Distant Time

Articles, Stories

Pictures telling Stories, The Ghost on the Stairs

I don't really know whether I believe in ghosts. I've never had an encounter, nor do I want one. I'm open-minded and believe that others have seen them and they believe. The one thing I do know is that I love to write about them. With this book, I had such great fun because I… Continue reading Pictures telling Stories, The Ghost on the Stairs

Articles, Stories

Pictures Telling Stories, Play the Game

by Karen J Mossman #picturestellingstories I love that pictures can tell stories, and this one is about my novelette Play the Game. At the time I was reading about a footballer and his new girlfriend and I wondered what she thought about going out with someone famous. Did she know him when they first met?… Continue reading Pictures Telling Stories, Play the Game