My father had a neat little trick. I recall the first time he performed it for me. I was a boy, grade school age. Carrying two golf balls and a sand wedge, Dad marched me out to the backyard of our hom
Red Dress is about a 40-something career mum who seems to have it all but is falling apart. On the outside, her life is beautiful. On the inside, it's painful. Her marriage is dysfunctional, and she's time-starved. Red Dress is set in London, where I lived for 30 years.
Collective Ink is delighted that This is all he asks of you by Anne Egseth has made the final short list for best FOREWORD REVIEWS 2020 INDIES BOOK AWARD.
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When families pretend all is right, nothing ever is...My mother believed in pretending. Pretend you are strong, pretend you never feel nervous, or anxious, or God forbid, depressed. Act. Pretend you are Jewish in front of Jews, and Christian in front of Christians.
Front Page Murder - Peter Bartram’s brilliant Crampton of the Chronicle mystery is 99c in US and 99p in the UK on Kindle for the whole of July!