Stephen King, eat your heart out!

Great news! Our book, The Box Under the Bed, is ranking higher than Stephen King on Amazon!! Wow!

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If you haven’t had a look at it here is the link – twenty authors, twenty styles, something for everyone (and I’m in it too!) ๐Ÿ˜‰ – oh and if you read it, PLEASE post a short review!

Thank you x

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Rose’s Playlist (14) – Magic by Pilot

I haven’t posted any song titles for ages, so I thought I would do so today. The next one is number 14, Magic by Pilot (a 70s pop hit) which I thought was appropriate because in this scene Rose is trying to formulate a Wiccan spell which will bring Richard back to her again.

Click here to watch the video – brings back memories!

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Image credit:By Blue Stahli Luรขn (Magic flame) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons

My New Facebook Author Page

Although I have had a book page on Facebook for some time, I have only just got around to creating an Author Page – better late than never, I suppose!

Anyway, please have a look and ‘like/follow’ the page for updates and news about my books and stories here!

Spooky Anthology Available to Pre-order Now!

One of my Ricardian short stories, Repercussions, has been selected to appear in The Box Under The Bed, a collection of spooky, eerie and macabre stories compiled by best-selling author Dan Alatorre… just in time for Halloween. ๐ŸŽƒ๐Ÿ’€

Cover picture of The Box Under The Bed

Here is the link to pre-order and it’s only 99p! If you do pre-order it, you will receive an exclusive bonus story by Dan Alatorre himself, which won’t be available after the launch! The stories have been written by twenty or more authors, some of whom are best-selling and some who have never been published before. Take a look – you might find a new favourite!

Don’t delay, click here today!

My New You Tube Videos

Pic of Richard III with words: Rediscovered, Reinterred, Re-Maligned

I am so concerned about the proposed performances of Shakespeare’s Richard III in Leicester Cathedral that I have made a video stating my reasons for opposing it.

Please watch and sign the petition – there are two versions one shorter than the other as I know your time is precious, but the longer one goes into more detail. Also, if you don’t mind and agree with my view please share this post, the videos and the petition to friends and family.

Here is the long version (just under five minutes): Long version

Here is the short version (just over two minutes): Short version

Sacrilege! Shame on you, Leicester Cathedral

I have been appalled and sickened by the plan of Leicester Cathedral to allow two performances of Shakespeare’s Richard III ‘mere feet from his tomb’.

Not only is this a work which depicts the King as an evil, hunchbacked tyrant who murdered his way to the throne (and is the very thing which has most influenced the bad, and inaccurate, reputation he has), but the idea of performing it right where he was supposedly laid to rest is distasteful, inappropriate and crass.

Leicester, amid protests that they would not be worthy custodians of the last English king to die in battle, defending his country, protested that they would treat his remains ‘with dignity and honour’. How is this upholding that sacred and honoured responsibility?

I am not saying the play is bad; it is, of course, brilliant, but not in the place of rest of the subject of it.

So I have started a petition to protest about it. Please click on the picture of Richard’s tomb and sign and share it for me, if you believe this is wrong!

Photo of Richard III's tomb

New Kindle Countdown deals!

There are two new Kindle countdown deals on:

 

Richard Liveth Yet – until 27th (US) / 28th (UK) April only 99c/99p to download

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Dickon’s Diaries – until 30th April also only 99c (US)/99p (UK)!!

Cover of 'Dickon's Diaries'

Rose’s Playlist (11) – Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison

Desperate, Rose resorts to psychic mediumship to try to contact Richard – after all he would technically be dead by the twenty first century. She visits her friend’s psychic circle and has a message from a mysterious woman with hazel brown eyes.

Of course, this title had to be Van Morrison’s ‘Brown Eyed Girl’ – such a great song. Click to see the video.

You can download Richard Liveth Yet (Book II): A Foreign Country here.

 

Photo of Van Morrison

 

 

 

Image credit: By Warner Bros. Records (Billboard, page 1, 29 July 1972) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons