Okay, so it's not like I have nothing to do, but having an injury has forced me to slow down, to take my time, to rest a little bit, here and there And it's quite nice. It's not nice watching my husband doing all the household chores by himself, and it's even worse to have … Continue reading Doing nothing is pretty cool
Tag: new release
Cover reveal: The Clock in My Mother’s House!
Publication Date: 10 January 2023 Life can change in an instant, but that’s not always a bad thing.A hotel explodes leaving staff and guests in peril; a woman retrieves an old clock from the attic with disturbing consequences; one man leaves heart break behind him, and another arrives to bring adventure.In this haunting collection, Annalisa … Continue reading Cover reveal: The Clock in My Mother’s House!
A couple of weeks ago, I was frazzled - emotionally and mentally - so my best friend took me to her allotment and let me sit while she worked (only the bestest of friends do that!!) And this was the view that helped to soothe me. Isn't it gorgeous? It was a warm September day … Continue reading Charging onwards!
Introducing… Reckoning by Nick Wilford
Please welcome Nick Wilford to my blog as the next stop on his epic tour. Nick is releasing the final instalment of his Black & White trilogy - a series I've been privileged to critique. Nick and I were introduced by a mutual author friend and we've been swapping projects ever since, so I'm delighted … Continue reading Introducing… Reckoning by Nick Wilford
The new That Sadie Thing cover
It's not much of a cover reveal because I've been splashing it over social media, but here's the latest (and final, definitely final) cover for That Sadie Thing. Yesterday, it felt as if I had so much to do to get it ready, and today it just all came together. As I ticked off more … Continue reading The new That Sadie Thing cover
Interview with… Alex J. Cavanaugh
Today's Interview with... is slightly different because it's part of Alex's blog tour for his latest release CassaDark, and I am delighted to host him. Alex is a huge supporter of writers and bloggers, highlighting all of our latest books and achievements. Alex works in web design and graphics, and he plays guitar in a … Continue reading Interview with… Alex J. Cavanaugh
10 Ways to Return to Normality
So, I did a thing, you might have noticed. Small Forgotten Moments is a week old - they grow up so fast! If you're an author, you'll know that everything stops when you're launching a book. For everyone else, it's a bit like when you have a new baby - the world revolves around feeding … Continue reading 10 Ways to Return to Normality
When everything converges
Photo by Ron Lach on Pexels.com This is me right now. Well, obviously not actually me, I don't look like this - but I'm too knackered to look good in a photo right now! This week we helped Eldest Child move to Bristol - emotional exhaustion.We stayed in a hotel for a couple of nights … Continue reading When everything converges
Guest Post: Sandra Cox introduces Keeper Tyree!
Today, I'm doing something a little different - I'm handing my blog over to Sandra Cox, whose latest novel Keeper Tyree is out now. Before I took my extended hiatus, sharing books by my author friends and having guest posts was one of my favourite things, so now I'm fully back into the swing of … Continue reading Guest Post: Sandra Cox introduces Keeper Tyree!
Links and pre-orders!
If you don't mind, I'm just going to take a moment to relax. Ah, that feels good. It's been a busy couple of days in my neck of the woods. Yesterday, I received my copies of Small Forgotten Moments just as I was getting ready for work. And obviously, I wanted to share it straight … Continue reading Links and pre-orders!