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Last week of September and a few changes to my Blog

I’m making it official. This is a REVIEW BLOG! Big surprise, I know. It’s just that this is not what the blog started out to be and it’s useless pretending that it isn’t what it seems to be ending up as. A … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Bennet talks some sense into Margaret Hale/ When a North&South Miss meets a Pride&Prejudice Mrs/ fun made-up dialogue

The dialogue below is not my work, but taken from the blog What Would Lizzie Bennet Do?  After Margaret Hale rejects the ardent and smoldering Mr Thornton, our Liz Bennet, the newly wedded Mrs Elizabeth Darcy takes her to hand … Continue reading

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when the characters snub the words I put in their mouth

I can’t seem to write dialogues that sound natural. Sometimes I can, but those times come very, very rarely. Usually what I write sounds hammy. As if I’m forcing the two characters to converse, or that I’m deliberately making them … Continue reading

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dirt

My roots are dirty. Someone has poured dirt on my roots! They were clean this morning. Oh, yes, I’m certain they were clean. I had felt the air on them- warm and soothing. It had been most comforting. I had … Continue reading

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Buzz and Favourites!! I’m a Book Country diva this week!

Woohoo! Both my books- Helen (Historical Romance) and Rusha’s Blade (Epic\High Fantasy)- got on the lists this morning! Know what that means? It means that for the next two weeks (at least) my books will revolve with the top ten … Continue reading

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Book Country

For those of you who have been living in very, very isolated holes for the last month or so, here is something all readers and ‘will someday be great’ authors should know about. Book Country is a Penguin subsidiary that allows … Continue reading

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Catch that train!

We had a return ticket booked on the Doon Express and we knew we had plenty of time to catch it. *Sigh* Right. Plenty. Papa and I had trekked in the Panchachulli mountains and spent several days in the tiny village … Continue reading

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