FREE and Bargain! A journey you won’t soon forget.

FREE today… or get the whole lot for only£1.98/$1.98 at Offer lasts for two days only. Convict ships, penal colonies, a whore, a murderer, a sheep rustler, a horse thief, an ancient horse named Blue, and the search for gold over the Blue Mountains of Australia. When Jem is convicted of murdering a … More FREE and Bargain! A journey you won’t soon forget.

Power Politics and Emptying an Entire Dog out of my Vacuum Cleaner.

I’ve just typed THE END to my latest novel, The Chainmaker’s Wife – a sequel to The Chainmakers’ Daughter. There’s still a lot of work to be done applying my latest research findings, editing, beta reading, etc, but I hope to be able to publish it before Christmas. I was asked to write this sequel … More Power Politics and Emptying an Entire Dog out of my Vacuum Cleaner.

New release! Nothing really changes.

Firstly, I’m happy to announce that my latest novel, The Chainmaker’s Wife, is available to pre-order at Book One, The Chainmakers’ Daughter, is also available at It’s been an interesting book to write given the present happenings around the globe – so much in it resonates with today’s problems – truly, nothing really … More New release! Nothing really changes.

The inequalities that inspired a revolution. International Women’s Day 2020

I don’t consider myself to be a women’s libber, and had I lived in the early 1900s, I’m not sure I’d have had the courage of the likes of Mary Macarthur or Emily Pankhurst, but I have always been keenly aware of women being viewed as second-class citizens. I didn’t question it – it’s how … More The inequalities that inspired a revolution. International Women’s Day 2020

Rebecca Bryn

Originally posted on Bendideia Publishing:
Rebecca Bryn lives near Britain’s smallest city, St Davids, in the far west of Wales with her rescue dog, rescue husband and twenty very sheepish sheep. Surrounded by stunning coastal and moorland scenery, she also loves to paint. She inherited her love of stories from her grandfather, who told stories…

Taking things for granted. Holocaust Remembrance Day 2020.

We all do it, whether it’s the simple act of walking down the road, seeing a primrose in early spring, touching the hand of a loved one, having a meal with friends, or listening to music. And we all moan about the weather, the government, the state of the world in general, and few of … More Taking things for granted. Holocaust Remembrance Day 2020.

New Release!

Originally posted on Sarah Stuart – Crime Thrillers & Romantic Suspense:
Royal Command Family Saga: Plus Sizzling Sunset 99c/99p held for November! Click / to Amazon Michael, a poverty-stricken amateur actor makes superstar abetted by wife Elspeth. Unknown to Michael, Elspeth and their daughter are influenced by a literary heirloom. Seductions, betrayals, kidnap, blackmail, &…

Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll? The Truth, the NAKED Truth.

The man is Michael Marsh, the Diamond Superstar, catapulted from obscurity to fame in musical theatre at a young age. He’s determined to buck the trend and be faithful to his wife, Elspeth, stay clear of drugs, and wow his audiences with his sexy rock songs. He also wants to be a father to his … More Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll? The Truth, the NAKED Truth.

Honouring the Fallen

It seems to me that the best way of honouring the fallen of two world wars is not to forget their sacrifice and have some understanding of what they went through. ‘Lest we Forget’ is written large on many memorials for a very good reason, but what do most of us actually know about the … More Honouring the Fallen


Originally posted on lucinda E Clarke:
My guest this week is an author who I’ve been online friends with for like ages – possibly one of the first I met when I started on social media. Like me she has written in a variety of genres – some may surprise you. But over to Sarah…

Thrilled to announce…

The Chainmakers’ Daughter is a finalist in the historical fiction genre of the Independent Author Network Book of the Year Awards 2020. Here’s Rosie, sporting her shiny new badge. Better still, the sequel, The Chainmaker’s Wife, which follows Rosie and Jack’s fortunes and misfortunes through strikes, suffrage protests, and the Great War will be released … More Thrilled to announce…

The Chainmaker’s Wife

Cover reveal! I changed my mind – a woman’s prerogative. This is the final cover. The Chainmaker’s Wife follows Jack and Rosie’s story in the chainmaking town of Hawley Heath in England’s Black Country from 1911 through the First World War to 1919, and what a tumultuous time it was in British history, especially for … More The Chainmaker’s Wife

Is it just me…?

Originally posted on Maxpower's Blog:
If you’ve ever been to Ireland and somehow wound your way to the beautiful part of Ireland that is county Kerry, you may have wandered into the lovely little town of Dingle. If you did, then you will of course be familiar with Fungie.  For the unfamiliar, Fungie is…