A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal – Azure Spark

A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal – Azure Spark

A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal – #AtoZChallenge #ThemeReveal This year, I am better prepared for today’s A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal day than I have been in recent years. Initially, my thoughts had been drifting around the thoughts I scribbled down after 2017’s Challenge and kept adding to after last year’s Challenge. One … Continue reading

#IWSG – Hero or Villain POV?

#IWSG – Hero or Villain POV?

Created and hosted by the Ninja Captain himself, Alex J. Cavanaugh, the Insecure Writer’s Support Group monthly blog post is here again – and so am I. It’s been another bad month and my plans to develop and focus on Fevered Few, my NaNoWriMo novel were derailed so I am no longer sure about the track to publication. I … Continue reading

The Pearl Thief – a review

The Pearl Thief – a review

When I was compiling my list for the 2019 Cloak and Dagger Challenge, I missed off a number of books including Elizabeth Wein’s The Pearl Thief. As Wein’s Code Name Verity was my top read in 2018, I was looking forward to reading this prequel. Well listening to what was my first Audible novel, though … Continue reading

Rebecca – a review

Rebecca – a review

I was unsure whether I could count Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca as my fifth Cloak and Dagger read of 2019, but at least it is the February/March book for  The Insecure Writer’s Support Group Book Club group so I can tick that off. Then, I read the word ‘mystery’ in a description of the book. … Continue reading

Ten Minutes Past Teatime – a review

Ten Minutes Past Teatime – a review

This is the first post written with my new ‘one-handed’ keyboard – well, smaller than my UK-bought one so easier to use when my left-hand cramps and claws. Just need to adapt to its idiosyncrasies. On to my review of a short story that a writer I follow sent her subscribers. Ten Minutes Past Teatime … Continue reading