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Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live yesterday. Hop over there and read what I thought of Jayne Fresina's How To Rescue A Rake.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live today. Hop over there and read what I thought of Harper Fox's Cold Fusion.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live today. Hop over there and read what I thought of Menna Van Praag's The Witches of Cambridge.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
01 February 2016 @ 07:00
This blog post: What Ewe Looking At? was linked via another blog I follow. The true(!) story of two Derbyshire sheep who didn't like the idea of living in the south of England.

Enjoy!
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live last Thursday. Hop over there and read what I thought of Tess Bowery's She Whom I Love.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live yesterday. Hop over there and read what I thought of Mitchell Kriegman's Things I Can’t Explain.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live yesterday. Hop over there and read what I thought of Kathleen Kimmel's A Lady’s Guide to Ruin.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
This month's post from me over at Women and Words is all about making plans for 2016. Go read!
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live today. Hop over there and read what I thought of Annabeth Albert's Status Update.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live today. Hop over there and read what I thought of Raven Scott's Hard and Fast.

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Stevie Carroll
12 January 2016 @ 07:00
Meme  
Via nineveh_uk:

Rules: go to page 7 of your WIP, skip to the 7th line, share 7 sentences, and tag 7 more writers to continue the challenge.

This actually starts on line 8, as the seventh line was only half of a long sentence:

"What do you think?" Brigit said. "Lead mining? Reopening the railway past the old Lower Pemberley Station? Wild animals over the top hill?"

"I think those are all too obvious," Linda said, taking her plate of stew from Brigit and sitting down at the table. "Maybe he's thinking of buying one of the amusement arcades in Matlock Bath."

"Maybe he's finally found an old document that proves his family still own Peveril Castle."


Join in if you feel like it...
 
 
Stevie Carroll
11 January 2016 @ 19:00
Ack  
First Lemmy, and now David Bowie.

What's the world coming to?
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live today. Hop over there and read what I thought of KJ Charles' A Seditious Affair.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
Interesting academic analysis of the traffic-coning of Glasgow's Duke of Wellington statue, and what constitutes cultural heritage here.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live yesterday. Hop over there and read what I thought of Lynne Connolly's Reckless In Pink.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
06 January 2016 @ 22:00
All the decorations are down, but I remembered to photograph the wreath that I made back at the beginning of December. It's survived very well:
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Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live today. Hop over there and read what I thought of Radclyffe's Prescription for Love.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
01 January 2016 @ 21:00
May 2016 be kind to us all!
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live today. Hop over there and read what I thought of Josh Lanyon's Jefferson Blythe, Esquire.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.
 
 
Stevie Carroll
My latest post at The Good, the Bad and the Unread went live today. Hop over there and read what I thought of Nell Stark's The Princess and the Prix.

Cross-posted to Goodreads.