Good news everyone

Some of you, okay maybe one of you, might have noticed the overwhelming lack of audio on the 15th. I meant to post on that day but got too busy. Life decided to throw me a curve ball and not give me the time I need to do this for you properly. I am still […]

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Thank you and you and you and yes you

Last night around the world the shrill scream of a not so young any more woman was heard. Yeah sorry about that. But last night thanks to a couple of late night downloads from two darling women I reached my little download goal. To say that I was excited would be an understatement hence the […]

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Vote Now!

So you all remember this post – A deal you can’t refuse… well we are half way there. Just 12 downloads needed to reach my goal but I wanted to get a few more votes on what you wanted as your thank you gift. You’ve all been so wonderful sharing the link and getting me […]

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A deal you can't refuse?

I feel strange asking for favours and what I want sometimes. My brain or maybe my ego believe these things should happen because I have earned them, and if I don’t get given what I want then I haven’t earned it. Which makes sense in some ways but is ridiculous in others. So I shall […]

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Which Arthur is your King Arthur

As those of you who have been paying attention will know the Shadows of Avalon series deals in part with Arthurian legend and it has lead to some discussions about the various legends associated with the historical figure of King Arthur and the surrounding characters. The legends are numerous, the re-imaginings for book, movie and […]

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Forgive me

I will have to delay the release of “A Queen’s Tale” Part Three a few days potentially. My person who is editing it and correcting all the massive typos that I am so famous for, has not had the time this week. So please forgive me, I will post it up as soon as I […]

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A Queen's Tale – Part One

Download as a PDF to read here – A Queen’s Tale Part One The path had once been a river bed before the earth had moved and the water had run a new course. Years of use as a path had compacted the river stones down but, as Gwyn was finding out, that didn’t mean […]

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