August Chilling with Books Corner 2021 and Author Spotlight – McKenna Dean and Jillian Webster

These days my reading time is limited. I have a lot of writing to catch up and a few projects I’d like to attempt. Currently I have been hard at work doing a major overhaul of my first novel including a new cover. With luck I will have it done soon so I can work […]

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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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Meet Julia Blake, a creator of all sorts of wonderful fiction

I love featuring authors. When we choose an alternative path in life, we do it knowing there are no guarantees, certainly not in a writer’s life. My blog allows me to showcase others and I know only too well how important that is. I try very hard not to play favourites with it and am […]

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Chilling Corner in October

Again, I find myself with a variety of books to share although this month the majority is contemporary romance. In truth, as I have said before, I enjoy all genres but that dash of romance is featuring more and more and I have been thinking on this a lot. I think we need that happy […]

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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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Book Corner Chilling in April

This is my second book corner chill post and I have to say I can’t believe how many enjoyable books are out there. Choosing them to feature is difficult. I did however want to have a link between the books, a commonality that overrode differences in genre. I wanted good reads providing time out, and radiating […]

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The world in colour by The Human Hand.

Writing poetry just happened. I didn’t intend it and I don’t even know if I am good at it. There is a chance I could suck completely. Despite this I keep going. Ideas seem to spring up out of nowhere and scream at me, demanding their release. So many experiences in my life have left […]

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