Late Victorian setting, in a forgotten town a new undertaker sets out to build a business, and finds a life instead.
March Literary Quote: “March is the month of expectation The things we do not know The Persons of Prognostication Are coming now. We try to sham becoming firmness, But pompous joy Betrays us, as his first betrothal Betrays a boy.” Emily Dickinson, The Single Hound O March. What a month!! I got to travel to beautiful Prague, had some more amazing family milestone dates that we fully celebrated (a night … Continue reading March 19 Wrap-Up!
My tenth interview is with chatty and bubbly Wendy Drinkwater, who wrote Hobbs’s Horrific Arts and Gifts, a fun, entertaining take of the horror genre. Wendy looks after her two cats, and her husband, while fitting in a busy work schedule at a non-profit! However, she will ALWAYS find time for a cat-natter! She SAYS … Continue reading Author Interview – Wendy Drinkwater
Summary: Set in modern day and King Arthur’s time, the novel is based around Robert Hunt, an average lad who travels back in time, and becomes Merlin. Main Characters: Robert Hunt: Dead-end job, no family to speak of, Robert is a directionless drifter, though good-hearted. Viviane: The Lady of the Lake in the Arthurian legend, … Continue reading Merlin’s Secret – Malcolm John Baker
January eased itself through the door – I was away in Mayo for a few days, and I didn’t get back to reviewing until January 11th! I was lucky enough to have been able to host my VERY FIRST GUEST POST, The Social Critiques of Philosophical Reason by Greg Hickey! I had hoped to … Continue reading January 2019 – Wrap-Up!
This is a long overdue post! I went offline from Dec 22, and didn’t really re-connect until early January. There was so much going on in the early New Year that I lost track of reviews, and only now am catching up! I got to do seven books in December, which is a reflection … Continue reading December 18 Wrap-up!
Second and final part in the series
October. She just came creeping around the corner, and already had her feet under the table before I woke up and noticed her. October really just ARRIVED! It was a shock to remember that it has been just over a year since I broke my neck, and I feel blessed to be still able to … Continue reading October 18 Wrap-up!
Excellent tale of small-town Ireland riven by discovery of a skeleton. Rumour-mill goes into overdrive, and worlds thought safe are shattered.
Two kids, running from the law, not sure where they are going, but knowing they need to get there to be saved.