Tag Archives: magic

H is for … Hard to Find

I’ll confess, I was starting to panic, dear reader. I finished my G book, the fabulous Goldfish Boy, and I had no H book lined up. Searching Amazon got me nowhere. Then, in the space of two days, newsletters I’m … Continue reading

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C is for … Cor, I liked this one!

Another random find this week. For my ‘C’ read I picked Madeline Freeman’s Crystal Magic from the whole of Amazon. This merged things I like with things I often don’t. It’s got magic in it – big tick from me, … Continue reading

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Words are magic, that’s why it’s called spelling

Wide-range reading I’ve been reading out of my genre this week – Longbourn caught my eye (and who wouldn’t want a chance to escape back into the Pride and Prejudice universe?) and I’ve absolutely loved it. As well as the … Continue reading

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Queen of Rubies

I’m manically busy at the moment. My next-next book winged its way to the RNA’s New Writer’s Scheme this week, I’ve written 21k words of the one to follow¬†that since the start of the month, while simultaneously revising something from … Continue reading

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A life of its own

There’s Magic in them there words! There’s something magical about writing. Well, yeah, I would think that, wouldn’t I?¬†– but it’s true. However badly written a book, I’ve never yet found one that didn’t convince me that its story was … Continue reading

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