Category Archives: April 2015

Knowing Where I’m Going

Since I’m in the middle of revising the first draft of a novel and have just finished writing the first draft of a long short story, I’ve been thinking a lot about planning stories. This week I talked about my … Continue reading

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The Cunning Man Reviewed

I recently read The Cunning Man, a unique short story collection by John Yeoman. To give you a quick feel for it, here’s the publisher’s description: “Looking for clever, fast-paced historical mysteries? Here you’ll discover seven ‘impossible’ crimes, locked room … Continue reading

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Immigrant Soldier: A New Look At WWII

Last week I finished reading Immigrant Soldier, the Story of a Ritchie Boy, by Kathryn Lang-Slattery. I received a free copy of the novel in exchange for an honest review as part of the author’s Historical Fiction Virtual Tour. The publisher, … Continue reading

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Getting To Know An Unknown Woman

Today Jane Davis is visiting Ascroft, eh? to tell us about her latest novel, An Unknown Woman. Let me tell you a little bit about Jane (I cheated – I got all of this from her biography!): Jane lives in … Continue reading

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