A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal

A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal

    After my complex and demanding theme in 2016, I’m reverting to the approach that I took in 2014 and 2015 – a theme related to a ‘work in progress’. So, my theme is “The History of Kanata”, the parallel world that is the setting for “Eagle Passage, and if there are more books, … Continue reading

Fahrenheit 451 – a review

Fahrenheit 451 – a review

One of the books on my ‘To Review ‘list is one that I read many decades ago, then decided to re-read recently. Most of you may know of ‘Fahrenheit 451’ in some way, but here is the Goodreads blurb as usual. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury The terrifyingly prophetic novel of a post-literate future. Guy Montag … Continue reading

Graylin Brown – a review

Graylin Brown – a review

  I’m feeling a bit stressed at the moment, trying to get my debut novel republished, my latest book revised, falling behind in the revision workshop I’m meant to be doing, aware that April is the Blogging from A to Z Challenge, and that I need to announce my A to Z theme in three … Continue reading

1066 Turned Upside Down – a review

1066 Turned Upside Down – a review

  As I am now writing an alternative history based on “what if the Vikings had settled permanently In North America”, I delayed reading this superb collection until I’d done more research and written my first draft. I was pleased to see some of my thoughts echoed and to discover how real historical writers craft their … Continue reading

Whale Song – a review

Whale Song – a review

Time for another review and although some might class this novel as YA, it was much more. Whale Song by Cheryl Kaye Tardif  A haunting story of love, tragedy, sacrifice and transformation that will change the way you view life…and death. Thirteen years ago, Sarah Richardson’s life was shattered after the tragic assisted suicide of her … Continue reading