Folly is the prompt for today’s #writephoto prompt from KL Caley at New2Writing.com. I saw pretty much straight away that this was the view from the other side of the Arch we had as the prompt a few weeks ago.
Flashback Friday is supposed to happen on Friday but I decided there was too much happening last week. Today is Thursday. I delved back into the archives for January posts and discovered Death By Trombone was launched in January 2016. I know
Tick Tock: A Stitch in Crime is coming to bookstores near you! I’m delighted to inform you, in case you haven’t seen the news already, that Tick Tock: A Stitch in Time, the #IWSG Anthology for 2018 is nearly out
The Worst That Could Happen is the prompt for this month’s Fiction in Fifty words, the brainchild of Bruce Gargoyle and organised by Rebecca Douglass. Nip over here to the sign-up page if you’d like to join in. All you
Oops! is a little early for the Fiction in Fifty Words #Fi50 meme this month, but I wanted to have it ready to link to Rebecca Douglass’s new page for the Challenge. Rebecca has relieved the inventor, Bruce Gargoyle, of
Time to wrap-up the Clean Sweep ARC Challenge for another year. It’s been a busy month, and I was surprised to find enough time to read as many as I did, especially as a couple of them gave me reasons
This month’s question from Mike d’Agostino, originator of the Question of the Month bloghop is: “What’s a decision you’ve made in the past that you know, logically, was the right decision to make, but which you still feel guilty or
This new book by Rebecca Douglass is the second in her cosy mystery series featuring JJ McGregor and her friends and family on Pismawallops Island, a fictional place off the Washington or Oregon coast. (I think) JJ and her friend
Mother Daughter Book Reviews is pleased to be coordinating a Book Blast for the second volume of the “BookElves Anthology” featuring some of your favourite middle grade authors. Now available – just in time for the holiday season! And since
Well, if it isn’t a new book by one of my favourite people! Read on for a special offer on the first in her cosy mystery series too! Death By Trombone (Pismawallops PTA Murder #2), By Rebecca M. Douglass School
First off, I have to declare that I received an ARC from Rebecca Douglass for my honest review of this book. I also made some comments on it which I believe she incorporated into the final version. I also have
I was honoured to be tagged by Rebecca Douglass to take part in the Work In Progress Blog Tour. The rules go like this: Provide the link back to the post by the person who nominated you (see above). Write
Now, I know I don’t usually post on Sunday, but during the A to Z Challenge it’s the only free day. So. Happy Easter to you, and let’s forget about the NATO Alphabet for one day to talk about writing.
Last week, our challenge from Chuck Wendig was to write a cliffhanger. This week – predictably – we have to choose someone else’s story and complete it. Even more predictably, I chose Rebecca Douglass’s cliffhanger – in the continuing saga
Return to Skunk Corners is like curling up in front of a log fire with a cup of cocoa. Oh, come to think of it, that’s how I read it! It’s a beautiful story extending our knowledge of Big Al
If you read my review of The Ninja Librarian then I hope you went straight out – or switched tabs – to buy it! Now you can get the sequel. Return to Skunk Corners by Rebecca M. Douglass Rebecca says: