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Please Support Little Boxes on Thunderclap

Posted by on Oct 22nd, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

Please Support Little Boxes on Thunderclap

Hi all, I’ve been encouraged to try one of these ‘ere newfangled Thunderclap wotsits. It’s really easy for you to help out, and my lovely publicist wrote an explanation of what it’s all about here. Basically, you fabulous folk donate a Tweet, a Facebook status or a Tumblr post – and providing I get enough supporters (hence my begging ) , on the day I select (which will be the release day of my book, 4th November) my message will go out to the network/s you’ve selected, along with my buy links. Then,...

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Meet Only You’s Robert Armstrong by Lorna Peel (@peellorna)

Posted by on Oct 21st, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Meet Only You’s Robert Armstrong by Lorna Peel (@peellorna)

Robert Armstrong is 38 and is a handsome actor who the paparazzi and most red blooded females want a piece of. Originally, he thought it would be easier to only date actresses but as his career progressed he didn’t like being in, and being referred to as, one half of a celebrity couple. It caused friction and lead to the break up of that relationship and made him realise he needed to be with someone who wasn’t famous in any way and who could look past the characters he’s played and just see him. Jane Hollinger is divorced, dumped...

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Tempting Will McGlashen by Liz Everly (@Lizeverly1)

Posted by on Oct 20th, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Tempting Will McGlashen by Liz Everly (@Lizeverly1)

Blurb: Mathilde Miller wanted to be a good daughter and marry the son of a long-time family friend, Joshua Bowman. But she didn’t want to be the wife of a Pennsylvania farmer. She loved her life, cooking on the Virginia frontier at her family’s ordinary. The minute blacksmith Will McGlashen walks into her kitchen, her restlessness focused on him. Fresh from Scotland, with a voice “like a song” and thick coppery hair, her heart belonged to him. Was it possible for the daughter of a Pennsylvania German to marry a hired man from Scotland?...

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Want To Host My Blog Tour?

Posted by on Oct 13th, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Want To Host My Blog Tour?

Hello all, Did you know I’m going on blog tour with my upcoming novel, Little Boxes? The fabulous Lucy of Writer Marketing Services is organising it all for me, and asked me to share the link with you in case you’d like to sign up for one of the remaining spots. All the info, and Lucy’s contact details, are at the link: http://www.writermarketing.co.uk/prpromotion/blog-tours/currently-on-tour/celia-j-anderson-2/ Thank you! Ce...

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Cover Reveal for Little Boxes

Posted by on Sep 29th, 2014 in Blog | 2 comments

Cover Reveal for Little Boxes

Hi all, I’m delighted to show off the beautiful cover for my upcoming release, Little Boxes. I really couldn’t be more pleased! What do you think? Little Boxes will be released by Tirgearr Publishing on 4th November. Ce x  

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Romancing Robin Hood by Jenny Kane (@jennykaneauthor)

Posted by on Sep 18th, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Romancing Robin Hood by Jenny Kane (@jennykaneauthor)

Blurb Dr Grace Harper has loved the stories of Robin Hood ever since she first saw them on TV as a girl. Now, with her fortieth birthday just around the corner, she’s a successful academic in Medieval History, with a tenured position at a top university. But Grace is in a bit of a rut. She’s supposed to be writing a textbook on a real-life medieval gang of high-class criminals – the Folvilles – but she keeps being drawn into the world of the novel she’s secretly writing – a novel which entwines the Folvilles with her long-time love...

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Dragonflies

Posted by on Aug 18th, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Dragonflies

Blogging today from the Romaniac sofa at https://theromaniacgroup.wordpress.com

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Chalkface Challenge – results at 6pm; shortlisted and very proud.

Posted by on Jul 27th, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Chalkface Challenge – results at 6pm; shortlisted and very proud.

Here’s the extract from my middle-grade book ‘Teacher Torture’, selected by the judges (all children) for their short list – see Words & Pictures http://www.wordsandpics.org/2014/07/dashing-off.html Congratulations to the children’s winner Jill Atkins – the shadow judges (grown-ups this time) will give their own verdict at 6pm. Chapter One: Zero   ‘Right, stand by your beds, you horrible teachers. I’m coming in.’ Flynn shivered as he kicked open the door of Cell Block Zero Teachers’ Prison....

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Jane Jackson Talks Brewing Beer

Posted by on Jul 17th, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Jane Jackson Talks Brewing Beer

In order to brew the best beer, brewers need top-quality malt.  Two C19th maltsters stand out from the rest. In the 1820s Patrick Stead was recognised as the ‘foremost East Anglian maltster.’  Famous brewer, Michael Bass, considered him the best in England. Stead developed an innovative malting system that used steam and hot air to control germination and kilning. These techniques were the forerunners of those used today. Newson Garrett was born in 1812 in Leiston, Suffolk, grandson of Richard Garrett, founder of the Leiston agricultural...

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The Chocolate Blog – An Indulgence of Books and Scrummy Stuff

Posted by on Jul 14th, 2014 in Blog | 4 comments

The Chocolate Blog – An Indulgence of Books and Scrummy Stuff

Chocolate Book Blog I’ve taken up the baton from Eileen Moynihan  the next Chocolate Book Blog about favourite children’s books. How could anyone resist these two fabulous subjects put together? This great idea was started by http://www.kidliteratureauthors.com/kla-founder.html Karen Hall. You can read Karen’s Chocolate Book Blog here- http://peachyemma.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/the-chocolate-music-maker-in-book-dreams.html The idea is that whoever gets handed the baton has to write a blog post naming 6 of their...

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