The fourth book in The Alchemist’s Passage is now available. Time slips away, while the alchemist stays the same. But has he finally run out of time? The Alchemist’s Passage is a historical fantasy series, beginning in 1820s Paris when the characters encounter an alchemist who has discovered the elixir of life. Book four followsContinue reading “New Release – The Alchemist of Sydney”
Here is a map of the key places in The Alchemist of Paris. Creating a book map has been on my to-do list for ages and I’m excited at how it turned out! This map posed the challenge of portraying a city in an earlier time period, and also a city which many people knowContinue reading “The Alchemist of Paris Book Map”
If you feel like some restful relaxation time, try out these two free Alchemist of Paris coloring pages. Follow the meandering vines as you weave your way through a Parisian garden and find some clues to the story as you go! The pages can be printed out for use with your favourite colored pencils orContinue reading “Free ‘The Alchemist of Paris’ coloring pages”
The novel is almost finished! Writing is never a straightforward journey. Here is a rough sketch of my recent writing experiences in graph form (‘Writer’s Mood’ on one axis, ‘Time Passed’ on the other).
It’s the return of the cartoons! Writing, blogging, indie publishing, not to mention day-jobs, night-jobs, pets, kids, etc often seem to leave no time for anything else. So don’t forget to take time out, and don’t let the world pass you by. * * * * * And.. a promotion! “Midnight in Dublin” isContinue reading “Don’t Let the World Pass You By”
I have now joined Goodreads! One exciting thing I’ve been able to do, is create trivia quizzes for my books. So pop over to Goodreads and try out these FREE quizzes. Even if you have not read the books, I’d love to know what you think of the quizzes, and how many answers you canContinue reading “Book Trivia Time!”
And now for something silly. The idea for this post came from a hilarious flash fiction by fellow blogger B B Goodman entitled, “Virginia is Furious”. The story revolves around the idea of writing “something that looks like something but doesn’t mean a thing”. The story is very clever so I suggest you checkContinue reading “Senseless Sentences”
Nobody ever knew who was really “borrowing” the bicycles in the village.