I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour for Christmas Miracles at the Little Log Cabin, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
I hadn’t realised this was part of a series — it seems to be becoming a habit lately. Apart from feeling at a slight disadvantage when the characters make an appearance initially, it works well as a standalone. There are snippets here and there which fill in some of the background. Christmas Miracles at the Little Log Cabinis told in alternating chapters from the third person perspectives of Holly and Mitch.
I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour for Mostyn Thomas and the Big Rave, and sharing a guest post from Richard Williams…
Time and Space in the Writing Process
I think it’s always good to deliberate the impact of ‘distance’ (time and space) and its benefits in enabling a story (particularly those based on real events) to become far richer than if it had been written at the time of the novel’s setting. Hindsight can be a wonderful thing. To see how places and people evolved over time after the novel setting can give a more informed perspective on the real significance of those events brought to life in the novel, and their lasting impact on their environment.
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Five Ladies Go Skiing, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
Ginny Watts is facing her first Christmas without her husband and the job she loved. Kim Anderson couldn’t wait for her trip to Europe. After being in Australia for several years she really wants to move back to England.
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for The Janitor and The Spy, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
Thomas Thornhill has been sent to Amsterdam by his handler, in the guise of an international businessman. It’s his first spy mission and his objective is to meet with Nils Golay, possibly an employee of the NSA, and check out his findings about large sums of money finding their way to communist groups across the world.