Book Corner Chilling in August

Books, books and more books. I can’t think of anything better and yet I constantly come across people who don’t read. Media has a lot to answer for but then is the problem media or is it us? It is so easy to hand over an iPad, or a phone to entertain our children rather […]

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Imposter syndrome, friend or foe

A few days ago, I was talking to a friend of mine about how often the feeling of inadequacy comes up in this industry, or for that matter in any profession that can be deemed creative. I think creative people put themselves in the limelight with their creation, be it a book or a part […]

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Kirsty Mcmanus, Japan, and writing

I think I am so lucky to be able to introduce the wonderful and talented people I come across constantly. The decision to run a blog might have traumatised me at one stage but these days it only brings me pleasure. This month I am particularly happy because not only does Kirsty’s writing have humour […]

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Forgotten Magic, a look at nature from Emotions in Eruption

Thought I would do a poem this post. I have used nature as my muse in all three of my books, Emotions in Eruption, Emotions in Evolution and my new one Emotions in Existence. I am convinced if we allowed it, nature would enrich our lives to an extent that would surprise us. It’s not […]

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Meet L.J. Kendall – Australian author of sci-fi/fantasy fiction

This post I thought I would give readers an opportunity to have an insight into a writer’s life, not the one at the computer but the one the reader never sees. My guest author this month is L.J. Kendall. Luke has just released book number 4 of The Leeth Dossier series (Violent Causes), and is […]

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Dovè l’amore, Cher rocks every stage

I like to mix it up with my blog as you know, and I hope you forgive me when it means I drag you into the world of the people I like. If you read the last blog, you will be aware I have been delving into the imposter syndrome and the havoc it can […]

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Book Corner Chilling in June

Reading tastes go through stages just like everything else. There is a difference however, an important difference. Those books we have appreciated stay in our minds, their words colour our vocabulary, and influence the new reading choices. I am eclectic and continually surprise myself with what I like but my schooling years were classic based, […]

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