Chess pieces, life size – what a wonderful spot from KL Caley at New2Writing.com for today’s #writephoto prompt. I’m extremely grateful to Joy Weese Moll for her comment on last week’s Chandelier/A2ZTheme Reveal, as it gave me the idea for
Ghostcloud was offered by Netgalley for review just as I was developing an idea for a new book. I thought I’d better do some research on all the other books involving human children seeing ghosts. And anyway, it’s Halloween weekend!
Goth Girl and the Ghost of a Mouse has been sitting on my shelf for some time, waiting for it to be picked for the Great Middle Grade Reads monthly read. It came second some time ago, which is when
Ghoulish Guinea Pig and Kit’s Wilderness featured in my TackleTBR in September, and both MG reads, strangely, feature ghosts. I thoroughly enjoyed both of them, although they are probably at opposite ends of the middle grade reader range. Gasp of
We start the new year with the first of a terrific new series – Lockwood & Co by Jonathan Stroud. This was the Great Middle Grade Reads group’s book of October, and I got it at the end of the
This is the second of my posts in the lead up to Read Tuesday (9th December) – an excerpt from each of my books. There will be special offers available for Read Tuesday itself – see details at the end
I hate to jump on the paranormal bandwagon but yes, there are vampires and werewolves in this world. The folklore of the realms is as full of the supernatural as the country I really live in. But like my real