Suggestions and Stonking Good Stocking Gifts Inside.

Some beautiful ideas for gifts here.


Dark visions horror anthologyBuy Here

I won’t lie, I may be biased slightly … because I have a flash fiction in this book. But, and the but is huge; I am very proud to be part of this Anthology. Stuffed full of stories; some you can read in a snatch, others that fill a lunch break. All will fill your thirst for the weird, the creepy and the scares. Ask your local shop to get this best-selling horror anthology in stock. Order it from the library or purchase it from Amazon. Either way, you won’t regret giving, reading or receiving this gem. Twenty-seven Authors and 34 stories to stir and startle your imagination. Ideal for the unique individual in your life. The quirky shopper that wants to be the best present giver. The toilet reader. Ideal for the Allotment snuggler; sat in solace in the shed. For the…

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2018 Christmas Charity Appeal – Help Me Raise £250 For The Dogs Trust By Leaving Me Links To Your Blogs And Books

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#PoetryReadathon – Meet Annette Rochelle Aben and book reviews

A wonderful interview with Annette by Robbie’s inspiration

Robbie's inspiration

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About Annette Rochelle Aben

Annette Rochelle Aben is a talented poet who concentrates her focus on uplifting others and helping them to find the brighter side of life.

She is also a generous blogger who is interested in promoting poetry and her fellow bloggers, poets and authors. Annette offers a podcast promotion to authors called Tell Me a Story. It sounds more difficult than it is as Annette is an expert interviewer and makes the whole process very easy and simple. I did a podcast with Annette and you can listed to it here: You can also listen to stories from many other wonderful authors, including Annette herself, if you click on the Tell me a Story link above.

All the podcasts of Tell Me a Story are listed in alphabetical order. Tell Me a Story is a presentation of The Magic Happens Radio Network hosted in…

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Author Caution: Be careful putting all your eggs in one Basket

Yecheilyah Ysrayl with a post that will make you think and think again. A must read.

The PBS Blog

After experiencing multiple problems with Facebook the other day, amazon admitting to accidentally sharing people’s personal information, and reading Derek Murphy’s email about hacks, author websites and updating passwords, I think it’s time to publish a post that has been sitting in my drafts (and in my heart) for some time. It has also been a while since I’ve dedicated significant time to this blog and as we come upon the end of the year; I think it’s a good way to get us thinking about potential changes in 2019.
Be careful putting all your eggs in one basket.
When the stock market crashed in 1929, it shocked people. They couldn’t believe they couldn’t get their money out of the banks. It was like in the movies when there’s a natural disaster or alien invasion. Right before it all comes crashing down, life is perfect…

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New Moon Blessings December 2018

Annette with instructions on how to make the best of New Moon Blessings.

The Sisters of the Fey

Welcome to New Moon Blessings for December 2018! We are about to write our NEW MOON checks and this is your reminder. The NEW MOON for December is the 7th, so  on the 7th or the 8th, write your Law of Abundance check. How do you do that? What would that look like? I have an example right here:

If you do not have a checking account or paper checks available, you can always use a blank piece of paper (this is what I do). Then fold up your check and place it on your altar or in some other sacred place/space. I have a copper treasure chest filled with crystals and talismans, so this is where I place my check.

On the next FULL MOON, I will rip my check into tiny pieces and flush it down the toilet. Why? Because I have…

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Whispers of Babylon

Breathtaking pics of Singapore’s gardens at the bay, a must read.

The Silent Eye

It is unlike anything you’ve seen before. If you were raised, like I was, on sci-fi, you’ll recognise the soaring structures that look like other-worldly trees; whose job is to be a framework for a vast array of green life embedded in the vertical lattices.

Those paintings were by Christopher Fosse, whose futuristic artwork graced the covers of many of the sci-fi novels of the 1970s and 80s. Yet, here, they are made real and carry a message far more important than most found in that genre: they speak of botanical science made hope…

We’re at Gardens by the Bay, on Singapore’s southern tip. It’s a vast set of interlinked gardens and walkways with the combination of these ‘trees’ and two vast domes dominating the skyline. If you’ve been lucky enough to visit Singapore, you will know how ‘green’ the city is – in every way. The founder of modern…

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Authors, Are You Forgetting to Introduce Yourself??

A chance to promote yourself and your work on

The PBS Blog

If you are new to this blog, you may not know that I host weekly author interviews but you may have forgotten because it’s been months since we met a new author. I do know there are some people a bit confused on the process so I am reiterating the steps below. Usually, I publish author interviews on Monday’s but since it’s been awhile if you can get your information to me this week, I’ll post it this week. First, a recap of what this series is about.

About Introduce Yourself

In my ten years of publishing, I have come to understand that relationships sell books. By learning more about YOU the author as well as your writing style in general, your readers will be interested in other things about you, such as your writing and eventually, your books. It cannot be ignored that we are most likely to…

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