Sep 16

SISTER SCRIBES: JANE CABLE ON CONTRADICTIONS AND RABBIT HOLES

For the first time in my writing life I am going back a couple of centuries. Not just with a glance over my shoulder, but really, properly back. With a good half of the novel taking place in 1815. It’s frightening – and exciting – and it’s requiring a great deal of research. My research …

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Sep 12

My Writing Process – Ada Bright

First, thank you very much to Frost Magazine for inviting me to be here, specifically during this week which is quite a big deal for me! My name is Ada Bright and I am a writer born, raised, and still living in Southern California.  I make a point of it because I’ve learned that alot …

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Sep 11

The Big Five-0 By Jane Wenham-Jones | Book Review

I was very excited to receive this book. It has a great cover and looks like fun. The fact it is about women turning fifty also made me happy. Older women are underrepresented in books in my opinion. The book itself is fantastic. Every character is well-written and interesting. The story keeps you entertained and …

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Sep 11

The Escape Act – A Holocaust Memoir UK Tour: 23rd September – 29th October 2019

Image credit: Asaf Sagi The spectacular true story of how a Jewish acrobat escaped the Nazis by running away to join the circus! Based on the true story of Irene Danner-Storm, The Escape Act – A Holocaust Memoir tells the riveting and powerful story of a Jewish acrobat who hid in a German circus during WWII …

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Sep 11

The Day we Meet Again by Miranda Dickinson reviewed by Natalie Jayne Peeke

Phoebe is getting ready to go on the trip of a lifetime, a year long journey across Europe. She’s having second thoughts…..again , even her friends don’t think she will go . When she arrives at St Pancras station she is met with a delay with no end in sight . This has to be …

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Sep 10

My Writing Process – Ruthie Lewis

Ruthie Lewis is the latest author in the series How I Write, which gives readers, and other writers, an insight into the minds of writers. Not only how they think, but how they work. However, this is a writing process with a twist because A.J. MacKenzie and Ruthie Lewis are pen names for the husband-and-wife writing team of …

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Sep 09

Elastoplast ‘s latest Plasters featuring famous characters – what’s not to like?

These  arrived on my desk, and having seen my two year old grandchild running full pelt, before tripping, I thought it a great idea. Pic   Take a look at Elastoplast’s,  the UK’s leading plaster brand,  new range of ‘PAW Patrol’ plasters which feature all famous characters from the hit animated pre-school series – Chase, …

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Sep 09

SISTER SCRIBES GUEST: ALEXA ADAMS ON THE GIFT OF TRUST

Meet Alexa, a fellow writer and Jane Austen fan who’s become a trusted friend and needs no better introduction than that.   For most of my life, I did not have many female friends. As the only child of a woman who prized sincerity above all else, many of the unwritten rules of girlhood were …

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