Monthly Archives: June 2013

Death’s Dark Vale – Diney Costeloe

The sequel to The Ashgrove (read The Ashgrove first). The story returns to the same location twenty years later, during World War II and occupied France. It tells of the brutality perpetrated by the wicked and callous Nazis towards ordinary … Continue reading

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The Ashgrove – Diney Costeloe

Reporter Rachel Elliot working for a local newspaper sets out to save a memorial commemorating the death of soldiers lost during World War I. In doing so, she discovers a courageous family who demonstrate personal sacrifice and how circumstances can … Continue reading

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Alfie Dog fiction

Alfie Dog Fiction launched it’s website last year as a place where people can buy and download short stories. There are a lot of stories available now, over a year later, and there are stories available to please everyone – … Continue reading

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The break is over…

I’ve had a very busy and at times worrying and sad few months – lots of personal stuff going on and a busy time with committee work. However, I’m now back and ready to write again. Yay! I’m now picking … Continue reading

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