Category Archives: Humour

Research is a dangerous activity; it can actually stop you writing. So here I am researching my next book, Jigsaw Island, on the Greek Island of Leros. The fourth draft is written, by the way, but you can never be … Continue reading

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Jigsaw Island – finding the comedy in tragedy

Top: Agios Isidoros Chapel, Leros, Dodecanese Islands Below: Refugees, Lakki Harbour, Leros Much as I enjoy humour, increasingly I see the balance between comedy and tragedy. Like yin and yang, they are co-dependent, one acting as a foil to the other. … Continue reading

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Thanks to Jill’s Book Cafe for a great review on Amazon

Sun, sea and Symi with a dose of real life, 23 Feb. 2017 By Jill’s Book Cafe This review is from: Terrible With Raisins (Paperback) “… there was something, something pretty terrible… Not just plain terrible. This was fancy terrible. … Continue reading

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New review on Amazon – thank you Nommie

So much more than a birthday with a zero at the end and a 5 at the beginning., 11 Feb. 2017 By Nommie Verified Purchase(What is this?) This review is from: Terrible With Raisins (Paperback) This book is beautifully written, … Continue reading

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Feature by Anne Williams – lucky, lucky TWR!

Anne Williams on Terrible With Raisins HERE 

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Thanks V P Simpson for a great review on Amazon.com

  Customer Review A real treat of a debut read, August 11, 2016 By V P Simpson  This review is from: Terrible With Raisins (Kindle Edition) Cleverly crafted, humorous, well written. With characters that react and stand out in an … Continue reading

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Thanks to Jena C. Henry for a whopping 5 star review of TWR!

    Like her lead character, Clair, Author Lynne McVernon, is a force to to be reckoned with. McVernon has created a sweeping blockbuster modern day melodrama that you won’t be able to put down. The book starts with Englishwoman … Continue reading

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