By Scott Bailey © 2017 I am drawn By slightly parted lips Swaying hips Twinkling eyes A smile I am drawn In response to the daily prompt Magnet #DailyPrompt, #amwriting http://www.scottandrewbailey.uk
By Scott Bailey © 2017 Sunny She was And the shadow she cast were long We long for her Now the winter is here And the long long night descends Bright was her smile White and bright her smile Deep and black her skin And we wanted in From afar Memories of sun In the… Continue reading Sunny
This weekend we decided to relax a bit and get out and about in the country. This was partly down to my musings about bird watching. My wife wanted to do some walking, as did I, rather than cycling this time around. The two things - bird watching and walking - immediately made me think… Continue reading A Nature Weekend and Bird Watching Challenges
According to Amazon's own Author Central - the ranking for all three of my books has shot up considerably - despite the fact that I haven't sold any extra copies lately. Wonder what's going on?
When I hit over 10000 views at the end of last year I thought it would be a hard target to beat - yet here I am just over halfway through the year and I have beaten it already! I have to thank my followers and all who have read - a little or a… Continue reading Best Year So Far!
Hey there everyone – hot enough for you? I’m melting over here! (Not that I’m complaining)
Just a quick note before the fun and games start – I link to a lot of other articles in my posts, so please check your spam folders and approve any links/pingbacks that you find from me to improve the visibility of your own posts, as well as mine, it’s a win win for us both 😉
OK, on with the show.
My very good friend and author Angel Ramon has released another couple of books since I last interviewed him.
I originally did an Author Interview with Angel at the end of last year, which you can find here that covers all of his other previous releases:-
I therefore thought this would be an excellent opportunity to ask…
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As you might have seen from my last post I have been watching birds! Not exactly bird watching in any real sense but as we have been driving around, walking and cycling all about our little village I have been noticing the birds more and more. Now I don't know if it's just me but… Continue reading A Bird Resurgence
Hey there everyone.
Have I got a treat for you all tonight! (Well, have I? Of course I have! I do my job!)
For your viewing and aural pleasure, I have been able to chat to author Tony Lovell about his extraordinary collections of Short Stories, poetry and yummy recipes.
Tony had provided a lot of background to his work, along with providing plenty of samples too, so let’s start this shindig and hope you all enjoy the show.
Hi there Tony, thank you for chatting with us today to talk about your writing, passions and creative influences.
Thank you for having me!
Let’s start with your debut anthology “Bedbug’s Writing: A Collection of Short Stories + Poetry – Vol. 1”, a collection of short stories and poems mixed with heart, humour and even a sprinkling of darkness too for good measure. Can you elaborate more on the themes themselves…
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Hey there everyone.
Monday again, eh? Where does the time go? Answers on a postcard please to the following address…also, please send money too! (And wine! And ice cream. Lots of ice cream).
I have another interview to help chase away the Monday Blues, so without further ado, let’s get chatting to Horror author extraordinaire MJ Preston, as we find out what fires up his writing motors and gets his creative juices flowing.
Thanks for reading folks and enjoy the show friends.
Hi there MJ, a pleasure to be chatting with you here today, as we find out more about the man behind your amazing writing in the horror genre.
Thank you, it’s a pleasure to be here
Let’s start with your full-length novels “The Equinox”, which was your thrilling debut that was launched to much critical acclaim and “Acadia Event”, which was fuelled from your experiences as an Ice…
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It's been a strange week. I have taken some time off. Partly because the kids are on half term. Partly because a week today I start my new job so not sure when I will next be able to take time off for a while. Partly because we are still reeling a bit from the… Continue reading Bouncing Frogs and Manic Birds