Monthly Archives: April 2016

Be Thou My Vision

Originally posted on Room For more:
Be Thou My Vision Not many people ever see me wearing glasses as I usually wear contact lenses. This probably stems from childhood bullying about my thick national health glasses (ironically really cool now!),…

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Pirates Ahoy!

I was so excited yesterday! Helen Hollick promoted me to Second Mate on her blog while she had eyedrops in. I had a lovely time, and she lent me a hat to wear. It was such fun, but she probably … Continue reading

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A Rather Slimy Interview

Poor Helen Hollick. A well-respected author herself, Helen was kind enough to invite one of my characters for an interview on her blog. However, time-travelling twelfth century post is somewhat unreliable. The invitation was intercepted. Giles, who was supposed to … Continue reading

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Chatted Up By A Jacobite

A most flirtatious fellow, indeed one would say a rogue. Not at all what I was expecting when I visited Helen Hollick’s A-Z Character Interviews.   J is for Jacobite’s Apprentice – Helen Hollick’s A-Z Challenge

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Much Medieval Hilarity

Follow this link to read a very funny interview between Helen Hollick and two of David Blixt’s characters.   F is for Fortune’s Fool – Helen Hollick’s A-Z Blog

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A writing competition about England’s future

Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: A writing competition about England’s future

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The Release of Missing Kylie

Originally posted on A Generous Helping:
I am excited to announce the April 9th release of Missing Kylie! What is it, you ask? Missing Kylie is a compilation of my writing from Kylie’s diagnosis to the first anniversary of her…

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A is for Aurelia

Well-loved historical author Helen Hollick does an A-Z blog this month interviewing characters from books which have been chosen as HNS Indie book of the month. It should be great fun, so why not hop on over and enjoy some … Continue reading

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Sam practises his alphabet

Originally posted on Susan Grossey:
The life of a writer (or at least the part-time life of a part-time writer) is an odd one: you spend hours and hours alone, talking only to the people in your head, and then…

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