OXFORD SHADOWS ~ PROLOGUE AND CHAPTER 1

  Prologue   Florence ~ June 1533   The River Arno swallows my body. I float, I fly, I fall. I do not try to move or fight. The stream engulfs the pleats of my billowing dress and drags me closer to the darkness. My arms are spread wide; my …

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VARSITY RACE 2013 ~ OXFORD WINS!

Hey,   I hope you all had a wonderful Easter break. Here in the UK, we have both Friday and Monday off, so it was nice. I couldn’t pass on sharing a little treat with you. On Sunday, the 2013 Varsity Race took place in London. Oxford won, upsetting the …

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GUEST POST AT BURIED UNDER BOOKS + GIVEAWAY

  Hi Everyone! Yesterday I was at Buried Under Books with the lovely Lelia talking about the paranormal in Oxford Whispers. If you want to read about it and have the chance to win a signed print copy of Oxford Whispers or a ecopy, click here. Love, [ad]    

BOOK TOUR ~ OXFORD SHADOWS (THE OXFORD TRILOGY #2)

Hey Everyone, So, yes that’s official… The Book Tour for Oxford Shadows is starting on May 6th. I was humbled by the interest and support of bloggers for the tour we organized for OXFORD WHISPERS back in January. If you’re a blogger and would like to review Oxford Shadows/Oxford Whispers, …

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And the Winners are…

  Hi Everyone, Here are the winners of the Oxford Whispers giveaway. Print copy of Oxford Whispers – Cherie Stokes, from Australia. Ecopy of Oxford Whispers – Sarah, Josie, Tara, Melissa, Shamara, Zeynep, Kirstie, Jas. I have now sent all the ecopies. If you haven’t received your price, please contact …

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The Art Behind The Oxford Trilogy

  This is a guest post I wrote for RoloPoloBookBlog. For the original post, click here.   Title: The Wounded Cavalier Artist: William Shakespeare Burton Medium: Oil on canvas Size: 36″ x 41″ Location: Guildhall Art Gallery, London Image Source: Wikimedia Open Source   For the first book, I’ve drawn …

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The Paranormal In Oxford Whispers

  This is a guest post I wrote for Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile as part of the book tour for Oxford Whispers. If you want to see the original post, click here I have a natural inclination for the occult and magic. My maternal family has gypsy roots to start with, …

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