And the winners are.... Ken, Frank and Grace for #TheCrowsContest and Carol for the #HalloweenEbookHamperPrize draw! Congratulations all! Congratulations Carol Cassada! I did a draw per platform! This is the Twitter draw... Congrats Ken! Frank and Grace won the Instagram and Facebook draws respectively... All prizes winging their way to you all soon!
Quick Announcement: Hi everyone, The Crows is now £2.99/$2.99 as it is going to be a Book Club read on 25th June! This is with the Romancing the Gothic book club, so go check out the reading schedule and other events on the website: http://www.romancingthegothic.wordpress.com. Buy the paperback and Kindle version from your preferred Amazon… Continue reading Reading Group ~ 25th June 2020
A folktale from Pagham-on-Sea, recorded by Rev. J. D. Allardyce (1904). There's a tale told of Barrow Field though no folk believe on it now, of the time Old Joss Hunderby went widdershins around the largest of the barrows there after a lamb, and before he knew what was what a door opened in the… Continue reading Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea: Jennet, Jenny and Pinnie-Pen
Introducing my WiPMy work in progress [WiP] is a paranormal novel full of mystery, suspense and romance, set in a coastal town in the south of England. It's essentially a gender-flipped Sleeping Beauty meets Beauty and the Beast/Stephen King's Rose Red, with a weird romance element. While I've classified it as 'paranormal', I think it… Continue reading The Crows