Author Archives: Lance Greenfield

About Lance Greenfield

Blog: lancegreenfield.wordpress.com email: lancegmitchell@outlook.com I published my debut novel in December 2014: Eleven Miles. My second novel went live in February 2016: Knitting Can Walk!

Scat the Black Cat returns!

Originally posted on E. De Sousa:
After a wobbly start to Scat’s re-launch, thanks to C19, Scat has finally found firm footing for his return. Ready to face his readers with a new cover and a revised version of his…

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Book Review: Lilitu by Ina Morata

Lilitu by Ina Morata My rating: 3 of 5 stars Read as part of the ‘Erotic Myths & Sexy Tales Boxset Books 1-4’ This is a story of supernatural lust getting in the way of worldly love and lust. Lilitu … Continue reading

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Burke in the Land of Silver by Tom Williams

Originally posted on BOOKMARKED REVIEWS:
We meet James Burke as he fights the rebellion of black slaves in Saint Domingue. At the time he serves a French master, King Louis XIV. Boukman, a legendary rebel leader, accurately foretells his own…

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Book Review: Going Gently by David Nobbs

Going Gently by David Nobbs My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is just so brilliant, original, insightful and downright funny. The main character is lying in a hospital bed, paralysed and awaiting her inevitable death. Unbeknown to her visitors … Continue reading

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An Interview with Paul Dodgson

Originally posted on Val Penny's Book Reviews:
I am delighted that writer and musician, Paul Dodgson has found time in his busy schedule to chat to me today. Thank you so much for your time, Paul.? 1 Please tell…

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Book Review: Killing Eve – Die for Me (Endgame)

Endgame by Luke Jennings My rating: 4 of 5 stars The third book in this series was originally launched under the name ‘Killing Eve- Endgame,’ which is what I pre-ordered. I suppose that the publishers, or the author, changed the … Continue reading

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The Last High and Low of a Mouse

Not long after I started my round as an Ocado delivery driver this morning, this happened. It made me sad. I had to write about it. Driving my van at half past sixbetween Grateley and Choldertonon my way to drop … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hunter’s Chase by Val Penny

Hunter’s Chase by Val Penny My rating: 4 of 5 stars As you’d expect from the first book in a crime series, there is plenty of character development. I must have met about twenty characters in the first four chapters … Continue reading

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Work begins on footway and street lighting

Finally, the work has begun to make the road outside my house safer. I have been campaigning for this moment for nine years. Here the link to the report in the Andover Advertiser. Link to Andover Advertiser article about progress … Continue reading

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Let There Be Light – Phases Two to Four

Previous post: Let There Be Light – Phase One On Wednesday 3rd June, Phases 2-4 were completed. The lanterns we placed atop the new poles, the new main was connected and the old lamp posts were removed. The operation was … Continue reading

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