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A seak peek of chapter 28 of Snow Moon at Eyre Hall, Book 5 in The Eyre Hall Series published on 16th February, by @LucciaGray
Snow Moon at Eyre Hall is the fifth novel in The Eyre Hall Series, the exciting and intriguing sequel to Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, including more mystery, drama, action, and romance, set in Victorian England. In the latest addition to the series, readers will experience births and a christening, deaths, burials and exhumations, prophesies,Continue reading “#BookLaunch Snow Moon at Eyre Hall #5 #TheEyreHallSeries #Histfic #JaneEyreSequel”
This post was written in response to the Insecure Writer’s Support Group monthly (first Wednesday of every month) blog hop to where writers express thoughts, doubts, and concerns about our profession. By the way, all writers are invited to join in! The awesome co-hosts for the January 3 posting of the IWSG are Erika Beebe, Olga Godim, SandraContinue reading “Insecure Writers Support Group #IWSG ‘7 Lessons Learnt in 2022’ #amwriting #writingtips #January2022 #BookBlogger”
First sunset new hopes Trust good times are close May your family be safe And your mind at peace And May all your dreams come true
My favourite activity around Christmas is rereading or relistening to some of my favourite Christmas themed novels, like the three novels I’d like to share with you today: A Christmas Carol, Mr Dickens and His Carol, and A Holiday by Gaslight, A Victorian Christmas Novella.
Tall palm trees watchingSun sprayed starry seaRippling onto sandy shoreTiny piece of paradiseInspiration overload I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend! I’m spending a few days by the beach with my daughter and grandchildren. More pictures tomorrow!
A seak peek of chapter 29 of Snow Moon at Eyre Hall, Book 5 in The Eyre Hall Series by @LucciaGray
I travel across Spain from south to north about once a month. That’s over 800 kilometers, and I go by car. I could travel by plane or train, which is faster, but unfortunately it’s not practical and here’s why. My husband and I stay at my mother’s cottage, in a tiny village which has 200Continue reading “Why I love long car journeys #Mondayblogs”
This post was written in response to the Insecure Writer’s Support Group monthly (first Wednesday of every month) blog hop to where writers express thoughts, doubts, and concerns about our profession. By the way, all writers are invited to join in! The awesome co-hosts for the November 3 posting of the IWSG are Kim Lajevardi, Victoria MarieContinue reading “Insecure Writers Support Group #IWSG ‘On Writing Book Titles and #Blurbs’ #amwriting #writingtips #November2021 #BookBlogger”