Tag Archives: Crooked Cat

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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Cuba and the Power of Writing

What interesting and challenging thoughts Margaret Johnson shares with us today. She has managed to incorporate my theme of settings for books, and at the same time to expose  the incredible power of the written word as a catharsis. I have … Continue reading

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