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TassieDevil's (a.k.a. Alan C. Williams) romance novel Searching for Scarlett is published by My Weekly Pocket Novels. (Available 16th May 2019)
  • Set in Herefordshire, where a rookie detective, Kimberley Frost, is searching for two missing children. Unfortunately she is struck down with a debilitating illness which turns her life upside down. Can she save them in time.

  • Nicky's (a.k.a. Nicola Ward) Poetry If Music be the Food of Love, Play on is published by Author House. (Available Available now)

  • Deewrites's (a.k.a. Dee) Short Story collection Back in England is published on Amazon. (Available Now)
  • Characters in England and abroad are challenged by who, or what they really are in work, unemployment, or even meeting themselves in the street.

  • V`yonne's (a.k.a. Oonah V Joslin) Poetry Collection THREE POUNDS OF CELLS is published by The Linnet's Wings Press. (Available 18th October 2016)
  • How do we know what is real? What is your first memory? Have you ever had a dream that was so real you thought it was real? When our brain stops do we? Are the music and the light real? Poetry Kit Book of the Month Dec 16

  • Neil Nixon's (a.k.a. Neil Nixon with Thom Nixon) Non-fiction: popular music 500 Albums You Won't Believe...Until You Hear Them is published by Gonzo Multimedia. (Available Now)
  • Co-authored round up of some of the strangest, most cultish and criminally overlooked long-players in the history of popular music.

  • euclid's (a.k.a. JJ Toner) Pre-war detective short story ZUGZWANG is published in Amazon Kindle and Smashwords (for other eReaders). (Available 7 April, 2015)
  • Germany, March 1933. Hitler and the Nazi Party have swept into power. In Munich, Kommissar Saxon of the civilian police force is hunting a brutal killer that stalks the streets of the city. But the shadow of the SS hangs over the investigation.

  • Becca's (a.k.a. Rebecca Lloyd) Short STory Mercy is published in Tartarus Press. (Available 26th March 2014)
  • Rebecca Lloyd’s new collection of sixteen strange stories, nine of which are previously unpublished, is made up of tales of unease with a sprinkling of the ghostly, menacing and fantastical. The stories inhabit the fragile space between fantasy and realit

  • Richard Brown's Modern Metaphysical Theory Something to Believe is published by Right Words. (Available 30/06/2013)
  • The distillation of a lifetime's thought, a completely radical view of the nature of the universe. It poses the crucial question: In which camp shall you settle, the linear or the circular?






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    V`yonneMoon Issue and other stuff
    Moon Issue of The Linnet's Wings is out now and there are some other poetry links in this blog too....
    ( from https://oovj.blog/2019/07/31/the-linnets...)
    NickyIntro to my book
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    ( from https://youtu.be/R4BRMBtWNaI...)
    yaya273You can trust me, I'm your mother
    When I was about 12-14 years of age, my mother told me I was a twin but that my twin was stillborn. I asked questions: were they a boy or a girl? Was there a burial? But my mother shut down. Refused to discuss it any more and said “it’s all in the past no...
    ( from https://inflateyournostrils.com/2018/05/...)
    TassieDevilAt last- My Own Blog Site
    I just found out today that I'd begun my own web page over a year ago but, like many things with galloping senility, I'd forgotten to do anything on the blinking thing. I've now done some work on it and Voila!...
    ( from https://alancwilliams.wordpress.com...)
    ronaldannewon't you celebrate with me
    Here is a poem that will lift your spirits...listen to Lucille read it and celebrate with her.

    won’t you celebrate with me
    Lucille Clifton, 1936 - 2010

    won’t you celebrate with me
    what i have shaped into
    a kind of lif...
    ( from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XM7q_DUk...)