And to celebrate this momentus occasion, Gabriel and I are running a little draw to win a limited edition print of the cover art – to enter the draw all you need to do is write a review for the book on Amazon and send me a link to it. We’ll pick a random winner… Continue reading
I’m so excited to share the artwork for the cover of Undoing, painted by none other than the lovely Gabriel Tamaya. I’m sitting down now to set out the cover ready for the book to get formatted and uploaded – my tummy is a bit squiggly with nerves as we get closer to releasing this… Continue reading
As promised, here’s my little short from the story challenge – Waiting for Snow. The words to include were hark, endless, haunting, furnace, Machiavellian. I had a little trouble with hark The furnace was broken when we woke that morning, but it didn’t matter. Temperatures were suddenly up in the teens, and we weren’t going… Continue reading
The title of this first challenge of the year is inspired by the grey, warm winter we’re having in Suffolk – yuck! Give me frost and gales over drizzle any day. The title of the story is Waiting for Snow, and the words that have to be included are: haunting – hark – endless –… Continue reading
The heaviest debt
Is a dark gift through time,
That your survival through
Is foundation of mine.
That your suffering end
Was no end at all,
But one more link in this chain,
One more stone in this wall.
We break the same bread
In a world far from yours,
But the echos remain
Of the burden of war.
In memory of George Binsted, prisoner of war from April 1942 – October 1945