Moving home

I am moving.
I’ve written and published my very first book and I am very proud of myself.
I’ve built a new website on Wix as a temporary measure until I get the chance to build one properly.
You can find me at
You can also follow my publishing journey on or visit my publishers’ website at: (once it’s built, that is).
See you there.
Eilean Donan Castle, Loch Duich

I am, without doubt, the world’s worst blogger.
Not only do I fail to blog regularly, or at all, I didn’t realise that I had a spam bucket and that a few really lovely comments about my blog had been turned into a pre-cooked meat product of dubious nutritional value.
For those who had taken the time and effort to write your wonderful words of encouragement, please accept my apologies. It was my belief that no one read my blog but now you have inspired me to keep it going more regularly.
Thank you anonymous. Here’s a picture of Eilean Donan Castle on Loch Duich (where Highlander was filmed and one of the most iconic Scottish vistas) as a token of my gratitude.

Fame at last


Forgive me moderator, for I have sinned. It has been almost two years since my last blog.
Where has the time gone?
I have not been idle during the months, however, and have been allegedly racing around the Internet and making a name for myself.
Having a spare half second tonight, I Googled my name and the search engine came up with loads of references to me. Seems that I am plastered all over cyberspace.
I can be found on an Ingrid Pitt fanzine site under blogs and beside Kryptographik’s Fangoria Comics Interview, Cure for Bad Breaths and Cordless Drill Ratings.
I have a lovely acknowledgment in the Mostly Ghostly website, an article in the Scottish Baha’i Newsletter and a few random mentions across the digital cosmos.
So there, I have apparently been so busy that I have not had time to blog.
Off for ten Hail Marys now and all will be forgiven.