Monthly Archives: January 2021

Book Review: Naked Truths by Karen Botha

Naked Truths by Karen Botha My rating: 3 of 5 stars This book was OK and it was an enjoyable read. It could have been so much better though. The ideas behind the plot were good and, like any good … Continue reading

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Free writing – Lights Out

Originally posted on E. De Sousa:
When the light goes out – not the light in the bathroom or the upstairs closet – no, the light in your eyes; that dim orb of humanity, the apex of my focus, my…

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Dark Nightmare to Bright New Dawn

I watched a lot of the inauguration day on various TV news channels in the UK. It made me feel very happy. The biggest moment for me was the presidential visit to Arlington with three former presidents standing in the … Continue reading

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TV Series Review: Death in Paradise

It is hard to believe, but we, in UK, are already two episodes in to Season 10 of this wonderful series! It is such easy viewing. There is nothing challenging in the story lines, so it is good to sit … Continue reading

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Book Review: Spellbreaker by Charlie N Holmberg

Spellmaker by Charlie N. Holmberg My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is imaginative and creative writing. There is no doubt in my mind that the author is very clever. I kept asking myself how she came up with some … Continue reading

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Interview with author Teagan R. Geneviene

Originally posted on e-Quips:
Teagan, blogger and author of the Delta Pearl a serialized steam-punk novel, is publishing a fantasy novel Dead of Winter on Saturday, January 2. This is an interview about her new book and her writing. 1)?…

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