Read from December 01 to 02, 2014 — I own a copy, read count: 1
Synopsis: Love is everywhere. Under the Tuscan sun, in tropical breezes and highland snow. Travel the world and discover yours in three delightful Christmas stories to warm your heart. Continue reading
Read from October 28 to 29, 2014
Synopsis: Issue #75’s fiction department features Cecilia Quirk’s ‘Scattered Souls’ and ‘The Nevermaw’ by Miles Hurt, two pieces that will engage and entertain. There is also a wealth of non fiction with a plethora of reviews, as well as a short look at the recent World Science Fiction Convention held in London. plus another Sacred Cow article where a classic work is reviewed (in a light hearted manner) as if it had just been released. Just tons of good stuff! Continue reading
Read on December 06, 2014 — I own a copy, read count: 1
Synopsis: Emily Oliphant has made some major changes in her life. After leaving an abusive husband, moving house and starting her own jam-making business, things are looking up. But the last thing on Emily’s mind is a new relationship…no matter who’s vying for her attention.
After receiving an offer from the elderly owners of the property she’s renting to purchase the land and house, a hopeful yet nervous Emily feels herself taking another step in the right direction. She’s unsure where the money will come from, but the offer is too good to refuse, and the property too perfectly suited for the B&B she dreams of opening. Unbeknown to her, the button jar Emily holds dear — a gift from her recently deceased Granny Mayfair — could contain the solution to all her problems…
Just when things are finally beginning to go Emily’s way, everything takes a turn. Soon she’s involved in a romance she’s not sure she’s ready for, dealing with the shock of three unexpected deaths, and being forced to make some difficult decisions. With her finances, property, friendships and budding relationship now in limbo, Emily is once again drawing on her inner-strength to overcome this new set of challenges. Continue reading
For the life of me, I can’t work out how to reblog Tony’s blog post like I do other WordPress blogs (perhaps he’s not got that option turned on in his settings!?) but, I think all of you who plan to write fiction should have a read of this article.