Big afternoon #StormChasers. Chapter 1 has left the building to a very kind #Alpha #reader. A skilled #writer & a good #friend. It's a weird feeling, excitement mixed with that dollop of dread. The 1st chapter is hugely important, it sets up the next 46! Irish #Adventure #Fiction
I am delighted to have been able to leave a Goodreads Review for the next instalment in this military science fiction series from Irish author Damien Larkin. I've included the full text below. "I was privileged to receive an authors review copy of Blood Red Sands. I promised to provide an honest appraisal and feedback... Continue Reading →
'Under the Mountain' is the working title of adventure book. Its genre could be best assigned to High Fantasy. I completely forgot to up date this page in December with my very good news. I was successful in getting Chapter One of this book published. I am very glad to say that I didn't forget... Continue Reading →
I was delighted to able to write this review of Cobh author Michelle Dunnes new book for An Cosantóir recently. Michell is an Irish Defence Forces and United Nations Peacekeeping Veteran. I had the absolute pleasure and privilege of being a Beta reading for this cracking story. " 'While Nobody Is Watching' is the third... Continue Reading →
Credit: http://www.damienlarkinbooks.com What's the old saying in customer service. "If we please you tell everybody, if we don't tell us." I am writing and working flat out at the moment, so I have to squeeze reading in where I can. I picked up a copy of the book by Damien Larkin just last week, for... Continue Reading →
Very pleased to be able to participate in the Bard of the Isles 'Tuesday Challenge' This week's TUESDAY CHALLENGE posted by Phil Parker was : Write a story of precisely 100 words that must include the word 'kerfuffle' (a Celtic-derived word which means "a commotion or fuss, especially one caused by conflicting views.").As usual, we'll... Continue Reading →
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