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Category Archives: Art Book
Today dear reader I am on the blog tour for Little Deer and the Dragon (Published 1st Mar 2020) By J.S. Betts. A big thank you to the publishers Willow Tree for sending me a copy to review, always appreciated. … Continue reading →
The publishing world is forever evolving. With social media taking control and book deals being awarded based on an influencer’s following, it has become even more difficult to break into the industry. Which is why a lot of writers have … Continue reading →
Three hours. 180 minutes. It doesn’t sound like much does it. That’s just enough time to watch Lord Of The Rings or Titanic. But would that be enough time to find redemption, let go of regrets and fight for the … Continue reading →
You feel a slight shiver as the first signs of winter grace your skin. The fur coat offers no warmth, only sadness. All around is a cold, thick darkness that threatens to suffocate you. Then suddenly you hear the comforting … Continue reading →
BOO! Did I scare you dear reader? Alas I know, poor attempt but ’tis the season and all. That time of year again when the days get darker, leaves are a mixture of reds and oranges and we can feel … Continue reading →
Do you ever wonder dear reader, what secrets are just waiting to be discovered in the dark depths of the caves that dominate our coastline? Perhaps treasure, gold and diamonds as big as our head. Or maybe, just maybe they … Continue reading →
Shhhh. Listen…can you hear that? It sounds like a tick…tock…listen…THERE! Did you hear it then dear reader? A tick-tocking…tick…tock…tick…tock…is it a clock? A countdown of some kind? Don’t you agree that there is nothing more frustrating than hearing a sound … Continue reading →