Archive for July, 2014

The dreaded visit

Posted: July 11, 2014 in books


What is your worst nightmare scenario when visiting someone’s house? Maybe they have so much clutter, that you can barely see the floor, and you politely shove things aside with your foot, in order to make your way through their house. Or perhaps they have creepy paintings, or ornaments whose eyes follow you wherever you go. Leaving you returning home, and having nightmares for the rest of the week. Maybe hygiene isn’t there top priority, and you find yourself sitting stiffly on the edge of the sofa. Too scared to move, in case you touch the odd looking lump of something unknown, resting on the cushion beside you.

Perhaps your worst nightmare is that they have purchased another expensive item, and are about to spend your whole visit, explaining each and every detail, leaving you raging with jealousy, or boredom 🙂

My worst nightmare is a dirty toilet, and no toilet paper in sight. I have been heavily pregnant, busting for a pee, and still not used a toilet because it was dirty. Seriously, how hard is it to clean a toilet? I have four males, and four females in my home who use the toilet. I’m constantly in there toilet brush in one hand, and bleach in the other. I can’t bear a dirty toilet, and I always have plenty of toilet paper. It’s okay for males when there isn’t any, but what do they expect a female to do?

So there is my nightmare, obviously I have come across other minor things, but that is the worst for me. What are yours?



Posted: July 10, 2014 in books

Listening to the radio today, they were discussing whether there should be an age limit, for when you should stop doing certain things. For example, wearing bikinis, kissing in the street etc. Most of the callers targeted people aged 40 and onwards. Should there be an age limit? Why should someone aged 60, for example, not be allowed to wear a bikini? Is it because people don’t wish to witness the sight? While it’s true that for most of us, things start going south, after a certain age, does that mean we need to cover up for other peoples sake? If we’re comfortable in ourselves, then why should it matter? Everyone is an individual, age shouldn’t make any difference to our personal habits, if we don’t want it to.

I think it’s sweet to witness an old couple, kissing in the street. It shows that even after all these years, their love is still going strong. Unless of course, they have recently gotten together, which is all the more sweeter 🙂

One comment, was about riding a skateboard, and that they thought you stop at 60. If you can do it at that age, fair play to you. I can’t even ride a skateboard, at my age:)

What are your views? Should age matter?th (15)

New banner :)

Posted: July 7, 2014 in books

Check out my cool new sales banner, courtesy of my wonderful publisher, Miranda Stork 🙂


Release day is finally here :)

Posted: July 4, 2014 in books







Book three, Curses and Deception, is finally out now at most good online stores

Release day warning

Posted: July 1, 2014 in books


With only just a few days until Curses and Deception is released, I’m getting very excited 🙂 I’ll be ordering my copy, will you?