But if you like the Dickensian idea of reading your novels in weekly instalments, read on ….. Sharon couldn’t believe it, she was actually telling him about the little shit who’d touched her up at Killingholme Grange. And the racehorse owner. She’d never told anyone about that. He wasn’t saying anything, just listening. She hoped…… Continue reading Sunday Serial #6
Go here to start reading the novel from the beginning. But if you like the Dickensian idea of reading your novels in weekly instalments, read on ….. She (Sharon) left him in the dining room, crossed the hall and moved purposely back into the drawing room. Fighting her desire for a cigarette, she sank into…… Continue reading Sunday Serial #5
The likelihood of you finding “Magnificent Britain” by Michael Murray from a random search of the Kindle Store isn’t great. So I’ve written this post to help you. “Magnificent Britain” was the first ebook Michael (my husband) and I published with Kindle Direct and that was back in 2012 at the start of the ebook…… Continue reading Have you read Magnificent Britain by Michael Murray?
How shall we find the concord of this discord? Theseus, Duke of Athens A Midsummer Night’s Dream V.1 William Shakespeare Today I’m going to tell you about Michael Murray’s novel, Leefdale, for which the above quote is the epigraph. Here we go…. As well as being the author of Magnificent Britain, Julia’s Room, and the…… Continue reading How shall we find the concord of this discord?
This is the fourth instalment of the serialisation of “Leefdale” by Michael Murray. If you missed the earlier instalments click here and start reading from the beginning with the Look Inside feature. Otherwise, read on …. CHAPTER TWO ‘You’ll have to wait here until I’ve switched off the security device,’ said Sharon. She unlocked the…… Continue reading Sunday Serial #4
For light, highly entertaining and totally absorbing reading you can’t beat a Rosamunde Pilcher novel. And as I’ve had to spend a couple of days resting a strained ligament, her writing has been a godsend to keep my spirits up and pass the time as pleasantly as possible. I’ve already read several of her novels…… Continue reading Book Blog: September by Rosamunde Pilcher
This is the third instalment of the serialisation of Leefdale by Michael Murray. If you missed the earlier posts click here for part one and here for part two. Now read on …. ‘Well, here we are,’ said Sharon. As they drove into Leefdale, Dylan was struck by the village’s all-pervading atmosphere of peace. He…… Continue reading Sunday Serial #3
If you want to start at the beginning use the Look Inside feature here. Or just dive in! THE LEEFLETThe Newsletter of The Leefdale Parish CouncilApril 2001Pages 3-4In the Garden with “The Major” I was chatting to one of our new neighbours the other day, when he said, “Come on, Major. You’ve gardened in this…… Continue reading Sunday Serial #2
When I have time I read book blogs published by other readers and occasionally find my next good read. This is what happened when I read a review of The Feast of Lupercal by Brian Moore on the HeavenAli book blog. The novel sounded really intriguing and well written so I checked it out on…… Continue reading Book Blog: The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne by Brian Moore
Here’s the first instalment of Sunday Serial. I hope you enjoy reading it. PART ONETuesday 10th April 2001 to Monday 16th July 2001 CHAPTER ONE Whenever Major Howard Roberts was depressed, which was quite often, he would go up to his study and stand at the window looking out. His gaze would take in his…… Continue reading Sunday Serial #1