Protagonists on a cat walk – #WeekendCoffeeShare

If we were having coffee you would soon realise I have a one track mind today – my new obsession. So, until you lost the will to listen to any more on the subject, I would talk about my aim to write series fiction. Yesterday it was a possibility, today it is a probability. I … Continue reading Protagonists on a cat walk – #WeekendCoffeeShare

Arrow: Season 3, Episode 15 – Nanda Parbat

I decided to reblog my Arrow review here today because, even if you’re not a fan of the show, there’s some amazing content on Sourcerer – you’re sure to find something to tickle your fancy 😀 Happy Friday.

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arrow-header-5So much happened in this week’s episode that I don’t know where to start, so while I want to jump right to the end and the rather explosive cliff-hanger, let’s start at the beginning instead and take things one step at a time. Not literally, since that’s hardly my style, but there is a method to my madness!

Nanda Parbat opens with Ra’s in the Lazarus Pit, and there really is no question that this is the regenerative pool from the comics. Despite the fact Ollie didn’t get to swim in the mystical waters, I’m convinced the pit has its part to play, so I’m being patient.

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Anyway, Nyssa makes a dramatic entrance, bringing news of Ollie’s miraculous recovery (she’s obviously never heard of the herb-induced brand of penicillin tea). Obviously Ra’s is aware that Ollie didn’t perish, and isn’t overly concerned. We all know that he didn’t buy into…

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Be the light that guides the way #1000Speak

Compassion is not only free, it is a gift from the soul. A precious smile, a light in the dark, a friendly ear, loving arms. To show compassion you must walk in another’s shoes. You must set aside prejudice, judgement and expectation. Today over a thousand people will be talking about compassion; an entire online … Continue reading Be the light that guides the way #1000Speak

Introducing Michael – Path of Angels Book One by Patricia Josephine

  Michael Path of Angels Book One   Add to your Goodreads shelf Blurb There is only one path. Born mortal along with his three brothers, Michael is an Archangel with a specific role: hunt fallen angels and send them back to Hell. He is determined in his mission, never straying from his appointed path, … Continue reading Introducing Michael – Path of Angels Book One by Patricia Josephine

Heart-shaped Candy – #WeekendCoffeeShare

If we were having coffee I’d tell you I had to battle my way out the door because I got so much post this morning! Then I’d apologise for the poor gag, but I couldn’t resist because it was a standing joke with a friend of mine and I really miss her Valentine humour. I’d … Continue reading Heart-shaped Candy – #WeekendCoffeeShare

Seeking Solace, a collection of poetry by Callum McLaughlin

I'm thrilled to announce that Seeking Solace, a collection of poetry, by the awesome talent who is Callum McLaughlin, is now available. Here's information about the collection, with the all important purchase links. Seeking Solace is a collection of sixty poems that span a variety of topics and touch on universal aspects of modern life, … Continue reading Seeking Solace, a collection of poetry by Callum McLaughlin

Seeking Solace | Cover Reveal

Check out this awesome cover for Callum’s poetry collection. I’m so excited about its release, and the opportunity to share the news.

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I’m incredibly excited to be able to share the cover for my newest book and first poetry collection, Seeking Solace. I’m really happy with how it turned out and hope you like it.

The book should be available in both Kindle and paperback formats within the coming week or so – I will of course keep you updated here on my blog.

It’s been a long time in the making and as much as I’m looking forward to having a neat, documented way to look back at a significant portion of my poems for my own benefit, I can’t wait to also share it with anyone out there kind enough to spare their time to read what I have to say.

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