It’s been a busy week. As you guys know, my MOT was due on my car. Sadly, it failed, but it only failed on one thing and it only had one advisory, both of which are being sorted today (huzzah!), which means my lovely Alba will have a clean bill of health. After all, she’s getting driven an awful lot more than she was before, now.
She also took me through to see my parents on Sunday (and drop Mr Bear off at his mother’s so he could help them move furniture). It’s nice actually having a day on a weekend where I can see my other half and family who all have regular working weeks. It also meant I got to go to the garden centre with my parents where I bought some pretty heathers amongst other things.
Mum also got me a fairy door as you may be able to see above.
Continue reading “Plants, Parents, Books, & Facelifts”
Every now and again, I’m asked by other lovely authors or (as in this case) contacted by their hardworking promoters from their particular press company in order to showcase a new title on my little blog here. So today’s post will be a step out of my usual rambling routine in order to give you guys a look at Tara Maya thanks to Katie Earley at Misque Press.
Of course, covers first!
Initiate is free everywhere except on Barnes and Noble (where it’s $0.99). You can download a free .epub version via Smashwords.
Continue reading “A Writerly Shout – Tara Maya & The Unfinished Song (Initiate)”
Seven deadly sins…
The warning hadn’t been enough.
He pushed the cake between his lips, cheeks filled and face red with the need to cram more food into his mouth. Voluminous folds rippled and jiggled as he reached for more spongy goodness from the pile.
He couldn’t help it. He couldn’t stop.
Continue reading “Sinful Flash Fiction: Gluttony”