Attention, all lovers of Jane Austen Fan Fiction!
I’ve just released a new novelette, and so far, its reviews have all been positive.
It’s free to download for subscribers to Amazon Kindle Unlimited.
To all my loyal blog readers…
I’ve been writing eBooks (and tree books) now for six and a half years. It’s been a journey of hopes fulfilled, and hopes dashed. I’ve known both brickbats and bouquets from reviewers. I’ve known the joy of a writing a best seller – ‘Longbourn Revisited’. I’ve known the sadness of publishing more than one title that’s been loved by most reviewers, yet overlooked almost entirely by the book-buying public. ‘Uncertain Love’ and ‘Charlotte’s Lance and the Round Fable’ spring to mind in the latter category.
Enough of that.
The time has come for me to have a break – perhaps forever – from writing.It’s so long since I touched the piano that I’ve all but forgotten how to play. Ditto for painting in watercolours – something I used to love.
So, what’s left?
I have twenty-five titles out there, all available on Amazon. Within…
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Like to read Jane Austen fan fiction? Here’s a new release: the third in my series.
‘A Party at Longbourn’ is a short and sweet novelette, ideal for those who like to read in one sitting.
The newly-widowed Mr Collins is looking for a wife. Will he choose one of the remaining Bennet girls?
This eBook is free to download for Kindle Unlimited subscribers.
I’m so glad that these have become popular! In many of our local streets, these wonderful flowers are to be seen. Several well-advanced trees are growing in nearby nature strips. And don’t the Rainbow Lorikeets love them!
What unusual and delightful flowers are these! And don’t the birds love them…
Bottlebrushes are a popular tree where I live, and many have been planted on the streets nearby. The parrots seem to be especially attracted to them, often leaving a carpet of flowers under the branches. In our local bush-land park, I often see Rainbow Lorikeets perched near their flowers. What a dazzling display of colours…
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It isn’t every day that I see a magpie on the shore of the local swimming baths.
These handsome birds are well known for their habit of swooping at humans during the bird’s breeding season, but I am yet to witness it. Fingers crossed that my run of luck continues!
P.S. My new release, the Jane Austen fan fiction title, ‘An Encounter at Longbourn’, is now available to read free for subscribers to Kindle Unlimited.