June 26, 2019

Hello kind folks who are visiting. Welcome and thank you!

Just want to let you know that I shall be taking a sabbatical from writing blogs or books while I study for my Energy Medicine Practitioner Course which is something that has always interested me. 

Enjoy your...

March 8, 2019

Three Things about Elsie

By Joanna Cannon

Three Things About Elsie was penned by a doctor specialising in psychiatry, and it is clear that she knows her subject. However, this is not a dry and boring book, far from it.

Main character Florence, in her eighties, is an endea...

January 16, 2019


Do you love animals?

Do you love quirky humans and their idiosyncrasies, no?

Well then this book is likely not for you, but if like me, you enjoy reading about everyday people living their big lives in a  small town, where everybody knows each others business, then I...

October 20, 2018

I loved the novel, The Day We Met. It made me laugh, it made me cry, it provoked my thoughts and caused me to view things from a new perspective.

It is written in the first person, and each character portrays their own story and how they are affected by the circumstance...

September 14, 2018

Well, here it is!

Four years after I published the original Clementine Court – a place where friends meet, I present to you the new, trimmed down and renamed, slicker read entitled New Beginnings- at Clementine Court.

It has the same characters – yes the parrot still sin...

April 16, 2018

Anyone want a free Kindle? a free book?

If you are an Amazon subscriber then my new book entitled: Love Everlasting – because love knows no boundaries is free on Amazon Kindle to Amazon subscribers,

OR

available for purchase at the following links:

Paperback/Kindle in USA...

February 14, 2018

The Memory Shop

By Ella Griffin

Nora, fleeing a disastrous romantic entanglement in London, returns to Dublin, Ireland, to tackle the dissolution of the contents of her deceased Grandmother’s house, which is also her childhood home. It is not a task to be taken lightly a...

December 4, 2017

What is Christmas?
Saucer round child eyes, brimming with awe
That gaze at the setting, the wonders galore
A sparkling grotto, the big guy in red,
Surrounded by helpers - perched on his sled.

What is Christmas?

Breath dancing in clouds, as friends meet and greet
Wrapped...

October 22, 2017

Somewhere in France is an excellent novel for those of you who enjoy a good periodical story.

The story starts in England and the year is 1914. Lady Elizabeth Neville-Ashford has her life plan mapped out according to society’s expectations. Sadly, it is not a road that...

September 3, 2017

It is such a pleasure to write a book review for a Canadian writer, especially as all of my previous book reviews have featured either UK or USA authors.

Jennifer Robson is a new to me author and her novel Moonlight Over Paris an unexpected delight.

Set in 1924, Lady Hel...

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