Spying Before The Great War…

Document date 1909 The National Archives KV 1/4 Director of Military operations ( M.O.5.)War OfficeLondonS.W. Whilst researching the National Archives for information pertinent to my second book in the series, I came across this document. Not only was it of historical interest, but would give a great background history to one of my characters from … Continue reading Spying Before The Great War…

Thunderstorms and The Windmill

Over here in the United Kingdom we have been experiencing some lovely sunny weather with great temperatures. It all ended with a bang last night! In the South of England we were awoken by a huge series of thunderstorms. I awoke to an amazing flash of lightning in the night followed by a loud rumble … Continue reading Thunderstorms and The Windmill

This Summer…Read The Windmill

Get your very own FIRST EDITION signed copy for summer. ONLY 30 COPIES REMAINING BUY HERE: An excerpt taken from the book to remind you of the beauty of summer and The Windmill. Chill out this summer, feel the sun, read a great story that's had great reviews Enjoy Please subscribe and follow my blog. … Continue reading This Summer…Read The Windmill

The Windmill and Genealogy…isn’t it wonderful?

My Family, My Ancestors. I wanted to revisit my very first blog to expand upon some of the ideas and thoughts I used to create the hypothesis running through The Windmill and future books within the series. The storyboard is there, the stories are taking shape. In this blog, I explained the catalyst of events. … Continue reading The Windmill and Genealogy…isn’t it wonderful?

The Windmill- Revisiting a Celtic tale. Can our lives be guided by dreams?

In this final part of the ninth century Celtic tale, Liadan and Kurithir, Kurithir is visited by Liadan in a dream. 'O Liadan! O mist of honey fragrance! Within my dreams, you drift the night with me!' Was it a dream or perhaps a vision that brings the pair back together? What makes a vision … Continue reading The Windmill- Revisiting a Celtic tale. Can our lives be guided by dreams?

The Windmill and a Revisit to a Celtic tale of love and loss Part II.

What is love at first sight? In a tale originating in the ninth century, it appears they believed in destiny and everlasting love. Liadan and Kurithir are beginning to realise it doesn't matter what happens to them now - especially as the tale reveals there are those who would sabotage their connection - but they … Continue reading The Windmill and a Revisit to a Celtic tale of love and loss Part II.

Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – Meet the Authors 2021 – #Romance #Adventure Staci Troilo, #Jazz Sammy Stein, #Historic #Thriller K. Lewis Adair

A lovely introduction for The Windmill from Sally and the Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore. Great for introducing new books and authors. Have look and enjoy.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Since the last series of meet the authors in June last year many new authors have joined the Cafe and Bookstore. This is an opportunity to get to know them and their books a little better. I will also include their blog social media links and it would be great if you could follow them there too.

Meet Staci Troilo

Staci Troilo grew up in Western Pennsylvania writing stories and poetry in her free time, so it was no surprise that she studied writing in college. After receiving creative and professional writing degrees from Carnegie Mellon University, she went on to get her Master’s Degree in Professional Writing, and she worked in corporate communications until she had her children. When they had grown, she went on to become a writing professor, and now she is a freelance writer and editor.

Staci is a multi-genre author. Her fiction is character-driven, and…

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The Windmill and a Revisit to A Celtic Tale of Love and Loss.

What is love at first sight?What do we mean by destiny?Are some things just meant to be?And are there messages in our dreams? Today I'm revisiting an earlier blog that included the old Celtic tale of Liadan and Kurithir. The story was an inspiration when writing the book. With the release of The Windmill last … Continue reading The Windmill and a Revisit to A Celtic Tale of Love and Loss.

The Windmill: The Page Turner Awards 2021

https://twitter.com/PageTurnerAward/status/1389183207896240132 Some exciting news! The Windmill has been selected for entry into Page Turner Awards 2021. It is entered into two categories; Book Award 2021 and Screenplay Award (Book adaptation). One of the judges is no other than Paul Michael Glaser, once Starsky (remember the cardigan) from the iconic Starsky and Hutch detective series...now an … Continue reading The Windmill: The Page Turner Awards 2021

Weaving Historical Fact into Fiction?

I'm sure, as with many historical fiction authors, the information we research is spun into threads and woven into our stories. Excerpt from Part Two of The Windmill January 1940, Colonel Taverner speaking to Major Blackthorn at the War Office, London: The Windmill, K Lewis Adair 2020 Colonel Taverner and Major Blackthorn will have further … Continue reading Weaving Historical Fact into Fiction?