October 2022 Chilling with Books Corner with a spotlight on CR Alam

This is one of my favourite photos taken when my eldest daughter and I visited Japan. For a treat, as it is almost my birthday, I am heading down south to see her. Just for interest purpose I feel you should know that I am happy to receive blog likes in sympathy to my passing […]

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August/September 2022 Chilling with Books Corner with a double spotlight.

August ran away from home. Before I could catch the rascal, I was thrown into September. Chilling with Books Corner got put in the corner. The truth is I am very busy at present, and I am selfish. I like what I do and don’t know where to start cutting down. How about I decide […]

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Chilling Corner in July 2021

As I have not featured an author in some time, I decided I would combine it in this month’s chilling corner. But, rather than a new author I am re-featuring a favourite Indie author of mine from two years ago Caroline Noe and her new book The Ezekiel Factor. She now has five books self-published, […]

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Chilling Corner in September

My reading has slowed done considerably as some new ventures make demands on my time. However, I have managed a few and they were all good chilling material. I tried to keep it mixed with some paranormal, contemporary and crime. Let me know what you think. Also, bear with me, WordPress has made changes in layout […]

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Book Corner Chilling in July

I totally love the chilling in this month’s selection. The books are so varied, not just the genres but the plots and the characters, and the style of writing. One of my favourite authors is Amy Harmon. Seriously, anything you read by her has you prisoner from the first page, or word. What I love […]

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Meet Caroline Noe

This post, it is my pleasure to feature an Indie Author who is not just talented and bent on working hard at her own career but is someone keen on supporting others as she follows her chosen path.  The further I go into this whole writing scene the more I am convinced that doing well […]

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Meet Aussie author Liv Arnold

This month I have the privilege of presenting two authors, one an Australian and one from the U.K. and two completely different genres. I am fortunate to be meeting so many interesting people with interesting stories to tell. I especially have a soft spot for Aussie writers as you may well imagine but mostly like […]

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