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The Adventures of Aislyn O’Sullivan – Chapter 18

Missed a previous chapter? Read Chapter 1 here. Read Chapter 2 here. Read Chapter 3 here. Read Chapter 4 here. Read Chapter 5 here. Read Chapter 6 here. Read Chapter 7 here. Read Chapter 8 here. Read Chapter 9 here. Read Chapter 10 here. Read Chapter 11 here. Read Chapter 12 here. Read Chapter 13 here. Read Chapter 14 here. Read Chapter 15 here. Read Chapter 16 here. Read Chapter 17 here....

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Dragon Scales

During the last few months, I’ve done a lot of reading about dragons and their different characteristics. I’ve read fiction and non-fiction.  One thing everyone is clear about is that dragons come in lots of pretty colors. Here are a few interesting facts about...

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Dartmoor, the Mysterious National Park

Dartmoor, the first national park in Britain, was formed in 1951. It’s a large open area famed for its moor, the bogs and stone tors, and wild ponies. Around 33,000 people live within the park and many others visit to experience the wilderness. Man has farmed, mined...

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Dementia: Mistress of Merrivale

  In my release, Mistress of Merrivale, the heroine’s mother has dementia. Since my story takes place in the 18th century she hasn’t been diagnosed, but as the writer I know she has Alzheimer’s. It’s a silent disease in which the family suffers just as much as...

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Roll Over! Beds & Bedrooms Through History

The other day I picked up a copy of IF WALLS COULD TALK, an Intimate History of the Home by Lucy Worsley. It’s a fascinating read, full of all those small social details that we often don’t hear about when we’re reading about history. Here are a selection of things...

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Nukuʻalofa, Tonga #travel

We made a brief stop at Nukuʻalofa during our very first cruise. The weather was horrid and it poured with rain. We decided to go for a walk anyway and managed to get very wet, but it was fun exploring a little of the Tongan capital. The main street of Nukuʻalofa. A...

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