Monthly Archives: January 2016

Putting the ‘normal’ into Paranormal!

Originally posted on Shani Struthers:
Psychic Surveys Horror is my favourite genre – it always has been, always will be, but it can become tiresome. The reason? Horror is often dealt with by authors and filmmakers gratuitously – therefore, the…

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A Dog’s Life

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I welcome fellow Crooked Cat author Sarah Stephenson, who is here to tell us about a dog, his diary and lots of other interesting things! Welcome, Sarah! Tell us about your newly published…

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MARGARET HAYES: THEFT OF A PAIR OF STOCKINGS: SEVEN YEARS

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
I’m delighted to be joined by Emma Rose Millar, who has come to tell us about her novel, Five Guns Blazing, published by Crooked Cat Publishing and on sale this week.…

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Places which Ended Up in my Novels

Originally posted on Jane Bwye:
Welcome again to Cathie Dunn, whose novels are a delight to read, and as all good historical novels should, hers have a very special sense of place. First of all, thank you to Jane for hosting me today. I’m…

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Crooked Cat Books promo: historical adventures

This week on Crooked Cat Books you’ll find three excellent 5* examples of entertaining, fast-paced historical adventures: Tim Taylor‘s Zeus of Ithome; The Beltane Choice by Nancy Jardine and Emma Rose Millar‘s Five Guns Blazing! Go back in time and … Continue reading

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