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Category Archives: Postscript
“We can visit the park some other time. The church is on the other side of it.” He’d avoid the graveyard as that was a whole other level of explanation. “Presbyterian, Catholic, or something else?” “Whatever you need.” Elijah frowned, … Continue reading
“I’ve never told anyone before you. My… a cousin told her beau. He tried to convince her to check into Seacliff Asylum, and when she refused attempted to get her assessed by the hospital. He saw her conversing with ghosts … Continue reading
Mason waited until Elijah had finished then reached for the serving spoon at the same time Elijah handed it to him. Their fingers brushed. Mason went rigid. All colour drained from his face. He looked like he’d seen a ghost. … Continue reading
“You’re one of those… morning people?” Elijah didn’t hide the horror in his voice. “We can’t possibly be friends now. You wound me.” “Whatever.” Mason grinned, and his cheek dimpled. “Guess if we’re not friends, all that coffee’s for me. … Continue reading
I have a blurb for Postscript, and a series name. Also, meet Wordsworth, Postscript’s cat. Postscript First Edition Book 1 A magical bookshop holds the keys. When Mason Chynoweth inherits an old house in small-town New Zealand, he hopes to … Continue reading
Elijah padded over to him, and wagged his tail. He poked his nose against Mason’s shoulder. Mason dropped into a crouch. He ran his hand through Elijah’s thick fur. Now they were closer, the auburn highlights were more obvious. “Your … Continue reading
My July Love Bytes Reviews blog post is about not taking a break between writing projects. You can read it here.
Elard smiled and stood when Mason and Elijah entered the room. “It’s wonderful to see you again, Elijah. It’s been a while, yes?” He nodded towards Mason. “And you must be Mason. I’d recognise you anywhere.” “Recognise me?” Mason looked … Continue reading
“Vampires are real too?” Mason glanced up at Elijah in surprise, although considering what else he’d read in the journal, he shouldn’t be. When had Donagh died? If Cyrus was Irish as Lewis implied, they had a long history of … Continue reading