Near + Far is a combination of two short story collections by Cat Rambo. I understand that in the paperback they are put together in that format where you can start from either end, a sort of half upside-down book.
Beneath the surface of my life I am paddling like mad trying to keep up. One of my targets was to submit short stories to a number of anthologies, and I have done one, and identified two more. I ended
What makes royalty special? Why should someone become king just because he’s born to the right parent? Today’s 250 word flash fiction (for the Bloggers Bash Blog Post Competition) goes to the heart of one of King Fred’s problems – and
Old Wives’ Tales is the prompt for the month’s Fiction in Fifty words #Fi50, the brainchild of the BookShelf Gargoyle. I enjoy doing these miniature stories, the purpose of which is to create a full story in exactly fifty words.
These 50 word stories come around so quickly, surely it isn’t a whole month since the last one? And you realise there are only three more to come this year? Frightening. Don’t forget to visit the Bookshelf Gargoyle for more
This Book Tour is organised by My Family’s Heart, who are organising my tour next week. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end – prizes both international and US. The Challenge SERIES – The Dragon’s Dove Chronicles AUTHOR –
Welcome to a fascinating series and its author today. I was sorry I couldn’t fit in a review of this book, although it’s only a short story, so maybe I should. But Ms Thompson did stop by to give me
I’ve got so many goodies for you in December, I’m getting really excited about Christmas for once! From December 1st to 23rd we are having a humungous Giveaway and blog tour. The 12 Authors of Christmas have clubbed together to