New book on the block: WWII trilogy

 New book in the Relative Invasion trilogy: IMPACT Post-war, the fall-out. Book 3 of the trilogy: IMPACT is now available on all e-book platforms.   https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N759C1Q https://books2read.com/r/B-A-IJPB-ZGSL  and in paperback,  from Amazon and bookshops. The new book is much longer than Book 1 and Book 2, bringing the two boys painfully[…]

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The detail in writing fiction

It is often the tiny detail that remains in the reader’s mind and catapults him into the imaginary world the writer tries to create. I’ve used Jonathan Wolstenholme‘s painting to portray a focus on detail. Minute detail is the interest in another post featuring cross-fertilization. The collector uses detail to[…]

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Translated fiction. Peru: a little-known aspect.

Review of Malambo by Lucía Charún-Illescas, published by Swan Isle Press The Rimac river, Peru. It is always a pleasure to hold a book with an artistic dustcover, printed on quality paper. Further, there has been insufficient translation of Latin American works into English and I admire the initiative of non-profit presses[…]

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Alternative history. Is it fiction?

The Roman Empire active, 2016? Alternative history in fiction Today’s post features a very successful independent author of historical fiction in an imagined scenario. ALISON MORTON, is the author of INCEPTIO, PERFIDITAS, SUCCESSIO and AURELIA, B.R.A.G. Medallion® honorees. Her premise for her ROMA NOVA series is: Suppose the Roman Empire never[…]

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