MEET JILL DOBY

Originally posted on lucinda E Clarke:
Jill and I have been FB friends for a long time, I remember beta reading her first book, or was it her second? Anyway, I’ve read both and I highly recommend them. She is so right that travel broadens the mind and introduces you to different cultures and peoples. Jill…

Recommended read for history lovers – ‘A Purgatory of Misery’

An in-depth study of the events leading up to the Irish Potato Famine in the latter half of the 19th century. The author has provided an informative, eye-opening, unbiased, and moving account of the plight of the Irish poor during recurring failures of the potato harvest and the inadequacies of government and church to successfully … More Recommended read for history lovers – ‘A Purgatory of Misery’

Wishing I’d listened more to my elders. Remembrance.

Free previews of my novels. My grandfather fought in the Great War. His name was William Harold Goodman, and he was a lad from Warkton, a tiny Northamptonshire village of thatched cottages belonging to the Boughton Estate of the Dukes of Buccleuch. Although records are sparce, I’ve discovered after months of research that he was … More Wishing I’d listened more to my elders. Remembrance.