Tag Archives: wartime fiction

Books Are The Answer

How’s the Christmas preparations going? Are you stressed, tired, fed up or just plain panicked yet? What you may need is ideas for gifts – as well as something for you to enjoy too. Books are the answer. Why not … Continue reading

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Meeting Readers’ Expectations In Wartime Fiction

Today I’ve been chatting with Vanessa Couchman on her blog about how to meet wartime fiction readers’ expectations, even when your story isn’t set in one of the places where they expect to find themselves when they open the book … Continue reading

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Second World War Club For Wartime Fiction

Today’s the first anniversary of a new Facebook group, Second World War Club – well, I’m exaggerating a bit. The group is a week old but it’s off to a good start. As you probably know, I’m writing a series … Continue reading

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The Threads of War Kickstarter Campaign

My guest today is Jeremy Strozer. He’s here to ask for your assistance with Threads of the War Volume II. I’ll let Jeremy tell you about the project and his request. With that brief introduction, I’ll turn it over to … Continue reading

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The Shadow Ally Special Offer

I hope you are enjoying the holiday season. I love the trappings of Christmas, especially the twinkling lights on the tree and sitting in front of a roaring fire with the cats wrapped around me so this is my time … Continue reading

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New Release Special Offer

To celebrate the release of The Shadow Ally, the first Short Read in The Yankee Years series, the story will be available FREE on Thursday, 10th December and Friday, 11th December. To download a copy visit: Amazon UK or Amazon … Continue reading

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Does A Picture Say It All?

What’s that saying about a picture and a thousand words? Yes, that one. If you read my previous post you’ll know I’ve been playing around with images lately. Since my first foray into ‘memeing’ I’ve ventured into the world of … Continue reading

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M-m-m-meme-ing

I recently discovered memes and I’ve been having fun learning about them and creating them – so much so that I even wrote about it on Writers Abroad’s blog this morning. CLICK HERE if you want to read the post.

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A Whirlwind Of Words

Were you wondering where I’ve been this summer? You may have noticed that I’ve been very quiet since June. Although I haven’t posted much on Ascroft, eh? the past couple months have been a whirlwind of writing. I’m working on … Continue reading

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