Welcome to my blog, by perusing my books you will find that I have something for nearly everyone. I write as the mood and subject take me. So if some are too hot for your taste, read on others will suit you. If you are disappointed that some of those containing naturism are not raunchy enough, it is because naturists aren't all that way inclined. They are normal people who prefer not to wear clothes whenever possible.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Fairies and Scaries

Welcome to my first collection of new Folk tales. I have tried to include something for children of all ages.

If some give you a warm feeling inside, I hope others make you hide behind the sofa or laugh out loud.

They are all separate stories, so you can read them in whatever order you please and not get confused.

Available on Amazon as paperback or ebook

Sunday, April 12, 2015

The Colonel's Daughter

My release this week is "The Colonel's Daughter" it's available from Amazon as either an ebook or a paperback It's about the loves and wars of a battling soldier in the British Army abroad.

Captain Richard Douglas, the 'Hero of Eshowe', had no thoughts of love while he lay wounded in the hospital.

Rose the pretty nurse assigned to his therapy had no thoughts of romance either, but she found herself being attracted to the brave Captain and struggled to keep it in check.

It was a vain struggle and when they unintentionally awakened each other's feelings, their passionate affair changed the course of his future and put his life in mortal danger.

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Friday, April 3, 2015

The Frenchman's Ghost

The next release in my collection of short stories is "The Frenchman's Ghost" it's available on Amazon now in both ebook and paperback forms.

Having escaped from the guillotine the French Duke was forced to watch his wife and daughter being murdered by an English mob …

The aged spinster who changed Edward Anstey's life was unknown to him. They were distantly related, but had never met.
When he inherited her fortune and a house on Hardanger Hill it was a windfall he couldn't have expected.

Local builders refused to work at Hardanger House and swore it was haunted.
When Edwards wife saw an apparition in her bathroom dressed in clothes from another century, Edward started a search for the intruder.

But the locals knew more than they would say and it soon became obvious why …

Next week "The Colonel's Daughter"