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I Speak but No one Listens!

Have you ever said something so profound or honest in your convictions and not believed? It happened and still does, though I’d like to think we are more broadminded and perceptive. I am however reminded of the story of Peter and the Wolf, and the whoppers he told. There’d be a lesson, one for Peter…

Pandora is out of the Box!

The day has arrived and Boxed in a Curse is out, out, OUT. Pandora has once again opened the proverbial box (really an urn) and now is in the ethers of digital space. I hope she finds a good home to settle and entertain. Blurb She was created by the gods as a gift to…

Book Launch 23 May 2013

The day is fast approaching for the launch of Boxed in a Curse, the fourth short story in the Accursed Women series. The book cover will be revealed in nine days, so if you haven’t as yet voted for your favourite cover you have until the end of this week to have your say. This…

New Story and Cover Choices

Well, April has come and gone. I must have blinked, four months of 2013 down, eight to go. Eek! Forgive me, need to compose myself. Now to the real reason behind this post. In three weeks time I will be publishing a new short story called Boxed in a Curse. I have three book covers to choose…

Phaedra – Poor Little Princess

A little background about Phaedra and her family: She came from a powerful, royal family. Her father was King Minos once ruler of Krete. It was the king’s name Sir Arthur Evans (British archaeologist who discovered the palace of Knossos) had given to the pre-Greek civilisation on the island—the Minoans. There is evidence to suggest…

The Huntress Has Thorns

Since the dawn of time women have been regarded as the ‘fairer’ and ‘weaker’ sex, aphorisms which are out-dated. However there were a number of role models who rallied against these stereotyped terms. Cleopatra, a strong and intelligent woman who ruled a country; Joan of Arc, who was burnt at the stake because men (the…