A Matter of Latitude FREE on Kindle November 13 through 17

It’s not often that one of my books is available for free! A Matter of Latitude (Canary Islands Mysteries Book 1) is an Amazon #1 bestseller and will be available for FREE as a Kindle from November 13 through November 17. You can purchase from Amazon here. You can find out more about this book below. ★★★★★Continue reading “A Matter of Latitude FREE on Kindle November 13 through 17”

New Release set in Canary Islands – Sing Like a Canary

I’m thrilled to announce the release of Sing Like a Canary (Canary Islands Mysteries Book 5) This book is very special as it is loosely based on experiences my mum had during her time in a police crime squad that nailed a notorious London gang in the 1970s. Here’s the blurb: Retired police officer MarjorieContinue reading “New Release set in Canary Islands – Sing Like a Canary”

On La Palma, the Cumbre Viejo Volcanic Eruption and Bananas

I’ve been following the volcanic eruption on La Palma from the get go, having already heard about the earthquakes they were having. I’ve been on Google Maps exploring the area now under the lava. I’ve read articles mostly from Spanish news sites and seen the footage posted on Twitter and YouTube. Footage of lava racingContinue reading “On La Palma, the Cumbre Viejo Volcanic Eruption and Bananas”

A Prison in the Sun Finalist-Winner in the 2021 International Book Awards

Book 3 of my Canary Islands Mysteries Series Wins Finalist Award in the 2021 International Book Awards I’m thrilled to announce this latest award for A Prison in the Sun! The novel has already won the Finalist Award in the 2020 Readers’ Favorite Awards. I guess that means it’s a multi-award winner! I wrote AContinue reading “A Prison in the Sun Finalist-Winner in the 2021 International Book Awards”

Borders Open Borders Shut: When Will I Ever Get Back to the Canary Islands?

Canary Islands, all I can do is give you a wave from afar! I live in Victoria, Australia. Covid 19 cases are few but we don’t want any. We take a very hard line. Australia has become a gilded cage and there’s no sign of the cage opening any time soon. Hopes for travel byContinue reading “Borders Open Borders Shut: When Will I Ever Get Back to the Canary Islands?”

From Australia to the Canary Islands – I’m Halfway Around the World from Where I Want To Be.

I’m sitting at my desk all rugged up on a cold and sunny day. I’m a British-Australian living down under, and if you drove a spike through the centre of the earth from my place you would just about end up in the Canary Islands. Which is where I want to be. And can’t be.Continue reading “From Australia to the Canary Islands – I’m Halfway Around the World from Where I Want To Be.”

The Ghost of Villa Winter Blackthorn Book Tour Wrap Up!

I’m delighted to share a bunch of highlights from the book tour of The Ghost of Villa Winter! ‘I appreciate the amount of work that went into the world-building in this book. Almost Dickensian in its detail, The Ghost of Villa Winter invites the reader to step in deeply into this at-times dire and deadlyContinue reading “The Ghost of Villa Winter Blackthorn Book Tour Wrap Up!”

A Prison in the Sun wins Readers’ Favorite Book Award Finalist 2020

I am excited to announce A Prison in the Sun, Book 3 in my Canary Islands Mysteries Series, has received the Readers’ Favorite Book Award Finalist award. I’m over the moon!! About A Prison in the Sun After millennial ghostwriter Trevor Moore rents an old farmhouse in Fuerteventura, he moves in to find his muse.Continue reading “A Prison in the Sun wins Readers’ Favorite Book Award Finalist 2020”

Exploring Jandía

How could I forego the invitation to visit Punta Jandía, Fuertventura’s southern tip. I’d already passed up the opportunity to visit Villa Winter and the village of Cofete due to the nature of the drive. But I was reassured that the drive to Punta Jandía was straight and flat and no big deal at all,Continue reading “Exploring Jandía”

A Short Journey into the past in Puerto del Rosario Fuerteventura

Finding Puerto del Rosario Sculptures Every time I walk around the little port city of Puerto del Rosario – the city of sculptures – I discover something new. Yesterday, I walked to the end of my street Calle León y Castillo, which took me straight down to the commercial port. The day was warm andContinue reading “A Short Journey into the past in Puerto del Rosario Fuerteventura”

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