Spring is here!

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“Spring had come once more to Green Gables-the beautiful, capricious Canadian spring, lingering along through April and may in a succession of sweet, fresh, chilly days, with pink sunsets and miracles of resurrection and growth. The maples in Lover’s Lane were red-budded and little curly ferns pushed up around the Dryad’s Bubble. Away in the barrens, behind Mr. Silas Sloane’s place, the mayflowers blossomed out, pink and white stars of sweetness under their brown leaves. All the school girls and boys had one golden afternoon gathering them, coming home in the clear, echoing twilight with arms and baskets full of flowery spoil.”

― L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

Amazon…live!

Thank you to all of you for taking the time to read “The Girl from the Sea”. I’m pleased to say that it’s now available on Amazon….hooray!

I also have a small favour to ask…would you be able to leave me a review on Amazon to help promote my book? There’s so much competition that it takes every little and kind review to make a difference.

Thank you in advance!

Ta Dah!

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This is the inital artwork for my new story. The boy is called Sam and he loves fishing, but soon the plastic begins to invade his island! Thanks to Nadia_sv for the illustration.

The Girl from the Sea – Chapter 26

The Girl from the Sea – Chapter Twenty-six 

They heard voices and footsteps coming up the path and hoped beyond hope that it was the Captain or one of Frankie’s brothers.  They both peered their noses over the window ledge to check who it was and to their horror saw the men from the beach walking up to the Captain’s house, with Jonas!  They both gasped in horror…

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Alice and the Cheshire Cat

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Continuing my “Alice in Wonderland” theme with the fabulous Cheshire Cat!  Just let go and follow any road into Wonderland. 

Alice and the Cheshire Cat

Alice and the Cheshire Cat

Alice asked the Cheshire Cat, who was sitting in a tree, “What road do I take?”

The cat asked, “Where do you want to go?”

“I don’t know,” Alice answered.

“Then,” said the cat, “it really doesn’t matter, does it?” 
― Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland