Saturday Book Club – 26 March 2016

I got a little side tracked with my reading this week. I'm still reading Rogue Lawyer, but a friend told me about a book called 'Why Does E=mc²?' by Brian Cox & Jeff Forshaw and, like I said...side tracked. It's heavy, but written in an engaging tone, which is often amusing, so when you have … Continue reading Saturday Book Club – 26 March 2016

Saturday Book Club – 19 March 2016

Hi, how was your week? Mine was a little crazy, so I'm thrilled it's the weekend - more so because I get to catch up. So let's talk. I have a pretty comfy couch, so we're good here for a while. I'm currently reading Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham, but we'll get to that in a … Continue reading Saturday Book Club – 19 March 2016

Saturday Book Club

Welcome, I hope you had a good week. I am having a lazy Saturday. I've almost finished Crossing Bedlam, a novel by Charles Yallowitz, so I'm in my lazy-day clothes. All my jobs are done, and I can camp out on the sofa and finish the adventure. I will be writing a review, so next week I can … Continue reading Saturday Book Club

Squeaky Goodness – Writer’s Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge

This is kind of a long introduction, so if you are pushed for time, and you know what the Writer’s Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge is, you can jump to the good stuff below – the quote and short story! I mentioned on Saturday that I miss my friends, and it is the absolute truth. I … Continue reading Squeaky Goodness – Writer’s Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge

Honouring the work: IWSG

I'm sure most people have heard of the Insecure Writer's Support Group (IWSG), but this is the first time I've taken part. The purpose, as stated in the IWSG website, is: to share and encourage. Writers can express doubts and concerns without fear of appearing foolish or weak. Those who have been through the fire can offer assistance … Continue reading Honouring the work: IWSG

Missing – Part 18 (Conclusion) -Day 21 A Story A Day

Missing is part of an ongoing story, which I aim to turn into a novella – a prequel to Brothers in Arms (Book 3 of the Morgan and Fairchild Series). I’m taking part in the StoryADay September 2015 challenge, though, as I’m working on a continued tale, it’s not strictly a story a day. It’s more a story within a story. … Continue reading Missing – Part 18 (Conclusion) -Day 21 A Story A Day

Missing – Part 17 (Day 20) A Story A Day

Missing is part of an ongoing story, which I aim to turn into a novella – a prequel to Brothers in Arms (Book 3 of the Morgan and Fairchild Series). I’m taking part in the StoryADay September 2015 challenge, though, as I’m working on a continued tale, it’s not strictly a story a day. It’s more a story within a story. … Continue reading Missing – Part 17 (Day 20) A Story A Day

If we were having coffee, I would tell you a story…

If we were having coffee we would be relaxing on my sofa, feet up, with our drinks close by as we nattered about our week. Call it what you will, gabbed, chatted, chewed the fat (to throw in an American phrase) - we would set the world to rights. I'd want to know everything you've been up to, … Continue reading If we were having coffee, I would tell you a story…

Missing – Part 15 (Day 18) A Story A Day

Missing is part of an ongoing story, which I aim to turn into a novella – a prequel to Brothers in Arms (Book 3 of the Morgan and Fairchild Series). I’m taking part in the StoryADay September 2015 challenge, though, as I’m working on a continued tale, it’s not strictly a story a day. It’s more a story within a story. … Continue reading Missing – Part 15 (Day 18) A Story A Day

Missing – Part 14 (Day 17) A Story A Day

Missing is part of an ongoing story, which I aim to turn into a novella – a prequel to Brothers in Arms (Book 3 of the Morgan and Fairchild Series). I’m taking part in the StoryADay September 2015 challenge, though, as I’m working on a continued tale, it’s not strictly a story a day. It’s more a story within a story. … Continue reading Missing – Part 14 (Day 17) A Story A Day