Monthly Archives: February 2014

Tidying Up

I’ve been tidying up the apartment today, a job I do not like. Or rather I’ve been doing the laundry and cleaning and hoovering. Tidying up is one of those tasks that I’m just no good at. I can never … Continue reading

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A Most Dangerous Love. #histnov #SampleSunday

Here’s the opening of my new novel which should be published within the month.  I could say more but I’ll let the protagonist speak for herself. To be a servant at the court of King Henry is to live with … Continue reading

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Yammering like dog foxes. #SampleSunday #HistNov

Here’s the next part of my new work in progress. One of the warriors ran over and held the torch close to the door. The tall man glanced inside and chuckled quietly. ‘Outside,’ he called. ‘Quick about it.’ He stepped … Continue reading

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