Word count 200 TIME OUT We looked forward to holidays. Both of us in such busy, organised jobs, depending on schedules, everything timed to the last second, depending on mobiles and smart watches to ensure we were where we should be on time. Trying to check in, I was annoyed that the receptionist was wasting … More Horror Bites #1
You will know by now that I never do anything by the book – not even write them. It follows, therefore, that when I was in the military I played cat’s cradle with all the regulations so that I could do what I was best at. I only nicked a Hercules once but that was … More Unofficial mascot
Here you see me being a totally delighted writer because I’m holding a copy of an anthology in which one of my stories was accepted. This isn’t so rare but it IS for a fabulous cause. All profits from this book will be donated to Save the Children who in most cases are saving them from … More Helping with Horror
I get a lot of inspiration from FB and this week it has all been on the above theme. I think I shocked a few people when I answered one of those silly questionnaires which included: How many pregnancies ? (in my case 3) and How many children? (none) Most people know I have no kids but didn’t … More Family
Many of my colleagues are producing newsletters and it has been suggested that they are a great way of staying in touch with the readership. I’m taking this opportunity to ask you, my friends and regular followers if you would appreciate a monthly or quarterly newsletter from me and if so, what you would like … More Any news?
Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: October 2016 What happens to the future when past and present collide? JESS: Six years ago Jess’s relationship with Talún Hansen was torn apart by one night of deception. He disappeared from Lynbrook village and she headed for university vowing never to let anyone break her heart again. Now a … More WATERCOLOURS IN THE RAIN BY JO LAMBERT
As you will have gathered by now, I’m a sociable soul who will chat to anyone. I don’t make real friends that easily but my definition of friend is fairly stringent. This results in me being on very good terms with all sorts of odd-bods in the area who greet me as a long lost sister, … More A Mixed Blessing
Hi, I’m Ailsa Abraham author of Alchemy and Shaman’s Drum .and I’m your host for this stop in the Hunt. If you would like to find out more about the Hunt, please click here – http://vfcscavengerhunt.weebly.com/ Somewhere on this page is a hidden number. Collect all the numbers from all the authors’ posts, and then … More Virtual FantasyCon’s Blog Hop Hunt
Some of you may remember that I was privy to some heated discussions in the design dept about some of Creation. See back to this piece The Director isn’t Happy I’m delighted to tell you that I was earwigging on another recently. It took place some time ago but I had the privilege of being allowed … More A duck-what whichicat?
I am re-blogging this because I’m Bipolar. I’m medicated and usually under control (stop sniggering – this IS the best I can do) but I’m lucky, I laugh about it, I make it normal because to me it IS. Part of every moment of every day of my life. But we are just ordinary people … More World Mental Health Day 2016