Category Archives: July 2010

I’m Popping Over To Phyllis Schieber’s Blog

On Monday, June 26 I’m popping over to author Phyllis Schieber’s blog to tell her readers about the forgotten fostering venture, Operation Shamrock, and how learning about this project spurred me to write Hitler and Mars Bars. Phyllis recently dropped by … Continue reading

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Phyllis Schieber’s Writing Life

Today I’m welcoming Phyllis Schieber, author of Strictly Personal, The Sinner’s Guide To Confession and Willing Spirits, to Ascroft, eh?. After her first novel for young adults Phyllis has concentrated on ‘women’s fiction’ for the mature woman. I’ll let Phyllis … Continue reading

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Author Phyllis Schieber Talks About Her Tales

Explore how women’s inner strength and their friendships with each other get them through the tough times in life when Phyllis Schieber joins me at Ascroft, eh? on Thursday, 8th July. She’ll be talking about her novels, The Sinner’s Guide … Continue reading

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My Review of Memoirs From The Asylum by Kenneth Weene

Memoirs From The Asylumby Kenneth Weene is a disturbing novel, set in an American state psychiatric institution. The story is told by three characters: a nameless narrator who is there voluntarily, Dr Ambrose, a new psychiatrist who is struggling with … Continue reading

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Kenneth Weene Studies His Characters

Today I’m welcoming Kenneth Weene to Ascroft, eh? to talk about how he used his psychology training in writing his second novel, Memoirs From The Asylum. His first novel, Widow’s Walk, was published in 2009. Ken is a New Englander by upbringing and … Continue reading

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Kenneth Weene Discusses Writing Memoirs From The Asylum

Tomorrow Kenneth Weene, author of Widow’s Walk, will join me as my guest blogger. His post will discuss how he used his psychologist’s training to write his second novel, Memoirs From The Asylum. He will also pop into Ascroft, eh? throughout the day to answer … Continue reading

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