A snake sheds its skin to leave a ghost of itself, translucent, other-worldly. Waste, if anything that becomes compost on the forest floor can be described as waste. A butterfly emerges from its protective cocoon. A girl becomes a woman with the first spot of blood in the heat and anxiety of puberty. A man... Continue Reading →
Reviews – please!
In an age when algorithms set the agenda, it becomes crucial for authors to get reviews on sites such as Amazon. I have heard that fifty is the magic number. I am delighted with the dozen or so reviews I have, but would love to accumulate more - several three star reviews will do more... Continue Reading →
On The Radio …
Lovely lovely writing from fellow Unbound author Tabitha Sterling. Her book is here:https://unbound.com/books/blood-on-the-banana-leaf/
Grief, loss, death, mother.
Freebies and Prize Draw!
https://youtu.be/Ng-FRvctME0 Just a quick reminder that if you sign up to my newsletter here you will qualify for a free ebook. If you sign up BEFORE 5pm TOMORROW(Thursday 8 March) you will go into the hat to win a signed copy of my book, two hand made recycled tin charms, a fridge magnet and... Continue Reading →
International Book Day – giveaway!
Simply sign up here to take part. And please share as many times as you like - if there are lots of entrants, I will pick more winners. In celebration of International Book Day, this week I have some freebies to offer. Everyone who signs up will get a free ebook, written and illustrated by... Continue Reading →