I have received a beautiful review from the Northern Reader blog, by Joules Barham. Visit her blog by clicking above. Take a look at her wonderful blog site and follow Joules for her insights in to new books that you may find interesting. It was fantastic to hear that Joules loved the book and connected so well … Continue reading The Windmill-A beautiful review
https://youtu.be/sW_obQHx_-0 The Windmill has come of age! Well, it has been an amazing journey not only for the book, also for me. I am so excited to have reached this day and to hold a tangible book in my hand! Thank you to everybody who has travelled this journey with me, it would not have … Continue reading The Windmill-Official Launch
New and exciting update... The Windmill is available to buy now in paperback and Ebook. Click the link below for an introduction and to begin 'your journey'... The Windmill Book Page Order here from Matador: The Windmill Please subscribe and follow my blog. Share with your friends, those that you feel might like to think … Continue reading The Windmill – Available Now
It seems the book is teasing us before going live on 28th November 2020. It would only be fair then to take a sneak preview inside, to allow 'your' journey to begin. So, here is an excerpt chapter from the beginning of the novel 'The Windmill'. I hope you enjoy it. The Windmill CONNECTIONS I A … Continue reading The Windmill – ‘Your’ Journey Begins.
In my previous blog I explained how my journey had begun. How my ideas had been shaped by experiences, developed and turned in to a manuscript. So I'd written a book...or so I'd thought! However, there was plenty more to do. Now the book had to be produced. And my learning journey continued. An extensive … Continue reading The Windmill, the story begins.
Well, I decided to write a novel after thinking about many different things I discovered whilst studying archaeology and history and whilst researching into genealogy. Life experiences had accompanied me, but as yet I had not assimilated them in to my thoughts. Upon assisting a friend with her genealogical research, I then wanted to investigate my … Continue reading Are our lives already in a book? Do we just need to write it?
So, Liadan and Kurithir in an ancient story, over a thousand years old. A bardic tale spoken over the years, parts are made into myths and may become legends. Can we today, connect with our feelings in a deeper way than just feeling love, as shown in the tale by our ancestors in the past. Feelings … Continue reading Power of coincidence?
A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part VII. The End. Liadan and Kurthir have been separated through the vow taken before the church. How long will they remain apart and will their souls ever become content with this separation? Of Kurithir there were records for there was grief on Erinn when … Continue reading Soul Mysteries: Belief and knowledge of true love brings souls together.
A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part VI. Kurithir and Prince Flann had uncovered the deception and betrayal that Moria and Aevil had instigated in an attempt to climb the social hierarchy of the time. It didn't work! Armed with this knowledge can the Royal Party reach Liadan and reunite the … Continue reading Spiritual versus earthly love. Will a spiritual love endure after our earthly needs have passed?
A Celtic tale of love and loss, deception and deceit. Part V. Kurithir and his loyal friend, Prince Flann set off to confront Aevil and to seek the truth. What will be the cost of this quest to Flann and his friend? THE raiders were gone from Connaught and the work of the chiefs was … Continue reading Lies from the past do not lay forever.