My lovely friend Maria Gibbs won a special Readers Chill with a Book Award and now she features in this wonderful interview below go check it out 🙂 Source: #ChillWithABookAward Winner author Maria Gibbs talks all things bookish @gibbsdream @ChillBooks @PaulineMBarclay via #ChillWithABookAward Winner author Maria Gibbs talks all things bookish — Rose English UK
Don't you just love the summer images that Wordsworth evokes in this classic poem click the link below to visit the Rhyme blog and see the whole poem. I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; … Continue reading Rhyme Blog sharing Wordsworth’s Daffodil poem
Originally posted on Rose English UK: Hello again So today I am sharing with you one of my saddest memories. It’s in the form of a little poem to go into my forth coming book ‘Rainbows & Roses – Poetry & Prose’. The book will be dedicated to my father. I Wish I Could Remember… via … Continue reading Teaser from ‘Rainbow & Roses ~ Poetry & Prose’ by Rose English
So today I came across a lovely new blog, right here on WordPress called ‘Rhyme‘ its all about the love of poetry and poems that actually rhyme. All too often we are seeing free-verse which has its place in the world but you cannot beat a poem that rhymes. Many of the old Romantics were […] … Continue reading We love ‘Rhyming Poetry’ too
How exciting this lovely poet who will be attending the #UKIndieLitFest in Bradford 26th August 2017 has just had her poetry book accepted in Bradford Blackwells good luck Sharena we wish you all the best 🙂
Yaaay i feel so happy and truly blessed,lucky. Good things keep happening 🙂 My faith and my love for poetry.
Today i am pleased to share with you
My book is now available at the Blackwells book store in the Bradford University 🤗🤗 Whoo hoo 🙂
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Introducing Sherri A. Wingler #IndieBookBanter today welcomes our first International Author one of our many #IndieFriends Sherri A. Wingler. This wonderful Indie Author will not be able to join us for this years UK Indie Lit Fest but her books will be featured on the International Table for our Indie Friends. Please tell us a … Continue reading 17 Book Banter with International Indie Author Sherri A. Wingler
Introducing Mark Cantrell #IndieBookBanter today welcomes Indie Author Mark Cantrell. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, and the best place for us to find out more. My name’s Mark Cantrell and despite being a Tyke in exile these days, I was born and bred in Bradford. Quite how I ended up living in … Continue reading 16 Book Banter with Mark Cantrell
What a great #Blog go check it out. A wonderful way for #IndieAuthors to raise money for a #GoodCause by selling their #Book to get money for this #Mums #CancerTreatment #ThankYou
This is a post requesting help but its not asking for a donation for a random stranger with no returns. This is an author asking you to buy his book in order that the proceeds go to fund the cancer treatment that his friend needs.
I’ve bought my copy, hope you do too. Let us see if we as a community can ensure this little baby gets to keep him mum.
This post has been taken from a group I’m in on Facebook by Mark Dawson
Emma Johns is the wife of my son’s godfather and has been battling with breast cancer for five years. In the middle of her gruelling treatment she found out that she was pregnant (the chemotherapy was supposed to make her infertile but, to her surprise, it didn’t).
And then, in December, she gave birth to her own little miracle: baby Phoenix.
Emma’s condition is worsening…
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Introducing Irene Lofthouse #IndieBookBanter today welcomes our storytelling Indie Author Irene Lofthouse. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, and the best place for us to find out more. Eyup, Irene Lofthouse here from Bradford, by way of Ireland (mum) & Lancashire (dad), which is really helpful when creating characters and voices. I’ve always liked … Continue reading 15 Book Banter with Irene Lofthouse