Author Archives: jbwye

A Whole Year has Passed

So much has happened since my last blog, but now maybe the muse is beginning to return. Almost everything has come true, but not without considerable stress, anxiety, heartbreak and finally unbelievable “luck” – which I prefer to consider as … Continue reading

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Dear Friends

It is over four months since I last wrote to you, and six weeks since I returned from my visit to family in Australia. Such a rich, special time; experiencing the highs and lows of ordinary family life and often … Continue reading

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A Happy Christmas!

 What a year it’s been! I’ve been trying to settle into a new life on my own. Thought it would be easy, as I’m a loner by nature, but I was in for a shock.In an effort to take my … Continue reading

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The Wilds of Tribal Scotland

Once again, I’m delighted to welcome good friend Nancy Jardin who has exciting news. I can’t wait to get my hands on the latest of her stories set in the wilds of tribal Scotland – even though some of the … Continue reading

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Exquisite Sounds

Carcassonne – The End Thurs. 27/9. Our day of departure. We weren’t due to fly out of Toulouse until late that night. After a lie in, and discovering we could leave our luggage in the casa until the afternoon, we wandered … Continue reading

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“Diverse” Settings For Two Reasons

A warm welcome to my long-standing friend, Roland Clarke. We have much in common, and if you share a love of horses with us, you’re in for a treat! You can read my review of Roland’s Spiral of Hooves on the Amazon … Continue reading

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New Book Release – Jane Bwye – “Going It Alone: A Beginner’s Guide To Starting Your Own Business” (Non-Fiction)

Originally posted on toofulltowrite (I've started so I'll finish):
Hey there friends, it’s Author Interview time again. I interviewed Jane Bwye a while back about her exciting Romance novels set in Africa and she has now come to…

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Slow Burners and Book Reviews

It is now November, so I trust you’ll forgive me for talking about Christmas – which reminds me: my good publishers’ SALE is in full swing, and if you’re quick, you’ll catch my two remaining books for £ / $ … Continue reading

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A Spirit of Place!

I’ve at last managed to chase John Jackson down! It’s a privilege having him join me today, and learning more about the bogs of Ireland. Over to you, John – I thoroughly enjoyed your book (here’s my review of Heart … Continue reading

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The view from a country churchyard

Originally posted on Jim Webster:
A funeral is a formal occasion rich with symbolism. Dark clad people stand solemnly, and as they leave you’ll notice that some of the faces are tear-streaked. Yet there is such a thing as a…

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