Tag Archives: Crooked Cat

Merle

Angela – at last we’ve managed to hit base! I ‘m sorry it has taken so long, but you’re worth waiting for. Angela Wren is a fellow Crooked Cat author. If you have read her first book, you will waste … Continue reading

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YOUR ATTENTION, PLEASE.

I always love it when my old friend Ailsa comes to stay. She is such an entertaining, amusing person. But her new book sounds more serious. I’ve just taken a peek at the Prologue, and realise it comes with a serious … Continue reading

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What’s a Webinar?

Let’s face it, we writers want nothing more than to huddle down in our lonely corners and be creative. However, a supportive publisher can make such a difference to our lives. We know we have to move out of our comfort zone and shout amongst … Continue reading

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Welcome, Jane

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I am joined by fellow Crooked Cat author Jane Bwye.  Welcome back Jane! It’s been a few months since your last visit. Tell us what you have been up to since then. Dear Tim…

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Making Readers Tingle with Fear

Welcome to Adrian Martin, new Crooked Cat author, who has an intriguing tale to tell. His debut novel is already burning a hole in my kindle, and has now been promoted to the top of the list. We have a few … Continue reading

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Great Summer Sale of Crooked Cat Books

Have a browse here on AMAZON.  And check out my books below: Will she ever belong to the country she loves? You can find out in this award-nominated book now on special offer! Why does she need to go for a walk? For … Continue reading

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Bwye for Now

The title Ailsa Abraham has given for this little piece reminds me of a by-line, “Bwye the way…”  I used to have in the Karengata Chronicle in days gone by – 1984, to be exact. And a thought is forming in … Continue reading

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