More inside information about the inspirations behind another story. Anyone who has read my short story, Ooh, Air Margrit, https://rebeccabrynblog.wordpress.com/2018/05/19/ooh-air-margrit/ will know that I come from ‘a good family’. Not my words, the words of the lay preacher who conducted my mother’s funeral. Read the short story if you want a laugh, though it was … More THE STORIES BEHIND THE STORIES – FOR THEIR COUNTRY’S GOOD TRILOGY.
I have read a lot of series in the past and marvelled at how they were put together, how events from the first or second books played a pivotal role in the later books. How on earth did the authors weave these books together so flawlessly? Having written several stand-alone books and two historical series, … More Writing a series – different approaches.
You’re in luck. We have two free books to get you started on two very different epic tales. If you love historical and contemporary adventure, you’ll love these. If you love romance, we have everything you want. If you’ve always wanted to know what it’s like to be a star of stage and screen, look … More Love to get stuck into a good series?
First, a recommendation. If you love science fiction/techno thriller, Spectral State by Senan Gil Senan is for you. It was my favourite book of 2019, and I read some really good books. Grab it while it’s only 99c. This was my 5-star review: Wow, just WoW! One of the best books I’ve read for a … More Special February book recommendation, freebies, and discounts for my lovely subscribers!
I never win anything, well hardly ever, and it says something for my determined and optimistic nature that I keep entering things – like book award contests. So it was a huge surprise when a friend e-mailed me this morning to say Touching the Wire had won a GOLD medal in the Readers’ Favorite 2019 … More Now this was a surprise!
It’s odd how books make a lasting impression on you. Even their titles do when you haven’t actually read the book. They conjure places you’ve never been, events you haven’t experienced, and characters you’ve never met – though you’ve probably met people like them. I can remember my mother’s bookshelves when I was a child. … More #WorldBookDay
My husband and I were walking our dog along the Western Cleddau in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, last week and came across this seat. In fact, there were two seats: one commemorating the 1914-1918 war and one commemorating the 1939-1945 war. We took time to sit on each of these seats and spent a while watching the … More Memories and remembrance
Exceptional 26 April 2018 I got this book as an Amazon freebie a couple of years ago and promptly forgot all about it. Having run out of things to read, I went searching in the depths of my kindle for anything I might have missed, and found it. I’m so glad I did. The story … More Review of The Silence of the Stones
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Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie. Hi, Fiona. Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age? I write as Rebecca Bryn, and I’ve just, today, used up by three score years and ten. Fiona: Where are…