Chilling Corner in July

I think routine is one of the most important habits we can cultivate. It’s a familiar pattern we can follow in times of stress. I could manage a few days in the desert if I had a few books, well, maybe that is a bit ambitious. I do love it though and by sharing I […]

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Chilling Corner in May

So many good books and so little time. Read more or write? This is my constant battle. The presentation of a story and the effort to make it different within the chosen genre, is a challenge. The author is also responsible for making the book entertaining, and  thought-provoking. All this must be accomplished with the […]

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Chilling Corner in April

A varied collection for this month’s corner had me reflecting on the fun and relaxation reading can bring. There are so many worlds we can step into and experience fear, love, excitement and for a short time, forget the demands of everyday life. We need that, I know I do. This post is short but […]

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M.L. Tompsett and a little Shakespear’s Sister

  I often hear people saying that maintaining a blog is better when you keep to a particular topic or theme, but then what fun would that be? My posts leap and bound in many directions and it keeps it challenging and fun for me. Lately though I have settled down to more of a […]

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Chilling Corner in February

Hello all, This month I had a completely different post prepared but I have pushed it aside for next time. I got side tracked by a series I picked up by author Jenny Schwartz. It’s not my usual read but I have been throughly entranced, bespelled by magic. I don’t want to give away any […]

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Chilling Corner in January

Hello, and here’s hoping you have all survived the festivities and are on your way to a great new year. This month I have three authors and their books, and I love each one of their novels despite the very real differences in their approach to the world of fiction. I so love being a […]

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A new twist and the old Fae can become the new

I often talk about a fresh look, a new twist, or even an original feel. It’s difficult to be original. With so much media access there isn’t much we don’t know or haven’t seen before, but that new is always so enticing and we search hard for it, and some of us work hard to […]

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