New Novel: Shadows of the Lost Child

Last week, I mentioned some forthcoming news. Here it is! My next novel, Shadows of the Lost Child, will be available on Amazon shortly, but before that happens, readers will have a chance to dip into the work. You can read the first chapter NOW on Wattpad and more chapters will be coming soon. Feel... Continue Reading →

Coasting in Dorset – Part Two

A while ago (far too long) I promised a blog about Monkton Wyld Court. Here it is. Equidistant between Charmouth and Axminster (Dorset), the Court started out as the local vicarage. But with its Victorian gothic pedigree (built in 1848) it looks more like a stately home. St Andrew’s Church, which is just down the... Continue Reading →

Coasting in Dorset – Part One

I recently went on a short visit to Dorset (UK). It’s not a place I know well, but the area is bristling with life and history (and a few ghosts). Here’s what I found. Jurassic Coast The Jurassic Coast is England’s only natural world heritage site. The Dorset and East Devon coastline’s geology represents 185... Continue Reading →

Holy, but Haunted

Some years ago, I wrote a short story about the ghost of novelist Charlotte Brontë. You can read a sample of the story here. Charlotte Brontë, her work and her life  have long been a source of interest to many, and some have sensed her spirit lives on. In her local church. More about that... Continue Reading →

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