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

International Women’s Day 2019 – Why celebrate? #PaintItPurple

My husband can’t see the need. He rightly makes the point that there are differences between men and women that will always define certain roles – men are stronger and more gung ho, and women are more cautious and have more patience (sometimes) – but he also believes that ‘the best person for the job’ … More International Women’s Day 2019 – Why celebrate? #PaintItPurple

1918-2018 Memorial Centenary – Lest we forget – FREE BOOK DOWNLOADS.

On this Remembrance Memorial Centenary, I have the pleasure of talking to R Grey Hoover, author of Kicker the Forgotten Front. Through a similar process, we have both commemorated the men and women of two wars in our writing for very personal reasons. Grey wrote about the US Forces’ WW2 experiences while my interest lay … More 1918-2018 Memorial Centenary – Lest we forget – FREE BOOK DOWNLOADS.

A new review – just in time for the Memorial Centenary.

  ‘Ticking more than a box with The Dandelion Clock. I loved this read from start to finish, at first The Dandelion Clock appeared to be your usual war with romance this was different to say the least. The writers style and interspersing of lives at the home front with those going away to war … More A new review – just in time for the Memorial Centenary.

EPIC OCTOBER GIVEAWAY

I’m giving all these away FREE today. Read the reviews and grab them now. Here are the links mybook.to/TouchingtheWire – the women of Auschwitz mybook.to/DandelionClock – torn apart by the Great War getbook.at/WhereHopeDares – post-apocalyptic adventure mybook.to/OnDifferentShores – exiled for murder.