#BlogTour #Poem ~ Sparkling Fountain by Oranmore @AuthorightUKPR @gilbster1000

Sparkling Fountain: Collected Poems

Life and death, conflict and oppression, nature, love, philosophy and faith. The poems of Oranmore resonate with deep, universal themes and are based on real events and poignant personal experiences. From growing up in Ireland to the 100th Birthday of his father — 4th Lord Oranmore and Browne and the longest serving member of The House of Lords — and his travels across the globe, Sparkling Fountain combines both previously published and new poems to create a fine original collection which is a joy for all to read.

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About the Author

Oranmore, also known as Dominick Mereworth, is a poet and playwright. He has had numerous anthologies previously published including The Glory of Glories: Inspirational Poetry (Arcturus Press 2005) and has had a number of plays produced on Fringe Theatre London including Seal of Rome in Belfast and I married Madeline as well as others produced in Belfast and Cork. Over the years Dominick has also had short stories published to wide acclaim in national magazines. In addition, he continues to work extensively in the voluntary and charity sector including: Kent Refugee Action Network and Rapid Ireland, he is the president of Celtic Vision and Vice-President for both Veterans in Europe and Montecassino Federation for Remembrance and Reconciliation. His father, 4th Lord Oranmore and Browne, was to date the longest serving member of The House of Lords and Dominick succeeded him in 2002 to become the 5th Baron. Today he lives in London with his family.


You asked me to write a poem,

what do you wish me to say?

Your face is round and radiant,

your laugh contagious most days.

This joy becomes infectious,

from your touch I cannot stay away.

It was you who drew me to you,

with the kiss on the cheeks,

the embrace of the heart,

and the warm hand held in clasp.

Remember the soft cheek you gave

to be kissed with passion sweet.

Then the other, the peach to eat.

So that our love would in friendship meet,

and so to love our minds greet.

Be fair, be just, this is new to me,

to have attention paid by a beauty queen,

above all a heart a passion serene

this affection can only be received,

accepted as genuine fresh leaves.

Then suddenly as a flash of fire,

the temperature changes overnight

to a fierce passionate desire,

not of pure love, a mixed fight

of clenched fist, and teasing

angry feeling runs true, insight

before another devastating freezing

explosion, as she destroys the red roses,

a gift given with sincere feeling.

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#BlogTour #GuestPost ~ A Ragbag of Riches by James Chilton @AuthorightUKPR @gilbster1000

A Ragbag of Riches: An assortment of wordy delights

This collection of quips and quotes creates a book for the bower, the bedside, the bath and for browsing; a book at arm’s length from the deck chair, for the tedium of travel but above all for pleasure.

It is a haphazard collection: the Ragbag covering the rougher, even vulgar (but nevertheless witty) entries of graffiti, newspaper headlines and bumper stickers, the Riches being the poetry, prayers and prose of fine minds that inspire by their beauty, sincerity and sublime use of words. At the lower end, I love the astringency and ability of the authors to poke fun with the sharpness of a red-hot needle. At the top end, silver words and profound wisdom sometimes lead me to tears.

So I invite you to wallow or skip lightly. I hope there is something in this salmagundi to make you smile or catch the affections of your heart; to mingle quiet music with amiable irreverence.

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About the Author

A grandfather of nine and a father of four, James Chilton lives with his wife and two labradors in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. He holds diplomas in Architectural History from Oxford University, in Design and in Plantsmanship from The English Gardening School and a certificate in the Decorative Arts from the Victoria & Albert Museum. Perennially busy, James draws, sculpts, designs gardens and jewellery and is a member of Bart’s Choir. He also a member of the International Dendrology Society and has lectured at the Royal Geographical Society and in Oxford. His first book, The Last Blue Mountain, was published in 2015.

How I put together the compilation

There comes a time when collections, whatever they are, become unmanageable unless you take control of them and this point was reached a couple of years ago when the box, full of loose scraps of paper, a few note books and randomly stuffed envelopes became full to overflowing. Another box or a larger one could have been fatal to good order and the moment was seized by taking the box on a walking holiday in Slovenia. Each evening, helped with a large roll of sellotape, I reviewed this collection, discarding those items that I felt had become too familiar or which time had superseded the interest or humour and then I made an initial grouping sticking the entries together so that they became long lines of motley scribbles, torn pages, postcards and anything that could be employed at the time to remember something that I felt worth adding to the envelopes. Too many sections and some would be too thin, too few and there would not be the separation to ease the reader’s selection. As it turned out, Miscellaneous was the longest section and it could have been much longer were it not for some dubious entries elsewhere. It took a week and then an accomplished typist called Lindsay Johnstone in my home town of Chipping Norton, made an initial typed list.

I regard previous common place books as being rather dry with simple lists of quotations. Part of the fun in compiling these entries was to add a few details of the author – dates, profession and anything of interest in their lives. This was not to overwhelm the quote but to add a little spice; immigrants who had changed their names, others who had had remarkable lives. For instance, James Mason (who made 127 films) had a first class degree in architecture from Cambridge; Spike Milligan held an Irish passport, could speak Gaelic, was educated in Rangoon and wrote a seven volume autobiography. If there was something obscure or even ridiculous, that was a candidate for inclusion – such as unbelievable names of American baseball players or the list of names from which Snow White’s dwarfs were chosen. For further fun, I sent an initial draft to the brilliant cartoonist Kathryn Lamb and asked her illustrate fifty entries of her choosing.

There is nothing original in these entries. It is plagiarism on a considerable scale and as I say in the introduction, the choice is partisan and subjective. Such a miscellany might be regarded as being too personal, even arrogant but so is an autobiography. These inclusions are a declaration of the author’s interests. My interests are many; there is almost nothing that I am not interested in – a product of an education and upbringing that encouraged and had time for exploration down the alleyways of life and literature. I sometimes wish that I knew more about less. This random nature has given this collection its overall lack of discrimination. A friend who looked at an early copy, suggested that an index would be useful but apart from the difficulty of compiling an index – should it be by subject or author and in any case there are too many attributions to ‘anon’. An index would then place the book on the reference shelf where it definitely does not belong. There are many specialised quotation books, such as those aimed at literacy, humour, grave stones, music etc (and many have indexes) but A Ragbag of Riches is essentially for enjoyment. A book for the beach, the bedside, for browsing and long journeys. I hope that there is something on every page to raise a smile, to catch the heart, possibly to question, to slip into those categories of ‘well, I never!’ or ‘ I never knew that’. All in all, it is a salmagundi whose stew mixes quotations, literature, serene prose, graffiti, the absurd, the wise and all the ingredients of life.

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#BlitzPost #Promo ~ Beginnings by Helen J Christmas @SFDPBeginnings @rararesources

Beginnings is a romantic thriller set in the criminal underworld of 1970s London. Eleanor Chapman is 16. She has no idea her father is employed in a world of organised crime until the day he is forced to go on the run, leaving her at the mercy of dangerous people.

Her life is spiralling out of control yet on the night she plans to escape, she stumbles across a mysterious prisoner. His name is Jake, a rock musician from Holland and he has a contract on his life.

Their daring escape across London eventually draws them into a place of hiding before Jake’s chilling story begins to unfold. He was the one vital witness to a sinister scene leading up to the death of a British MP and now those responsible want him silenced. As two young people, thrown together by fate they develop intense feelings for each other. It does not take long for Eleanor to realise that she will do anything possible to keep Jake alive.

Their tender love bond keeps you turning the pages as they live on a knife edge, desperate to escape London. Will they outrun the deadly enemies who stalk them? Or are the people at the top more powerful than they think?

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About the Author

Helen J. Christmas lives on the south coast of Sussex with her husband. With a love of writing since childhood, she started her decade spanning thriller series ‘Same Face Different Place’ in 2011. Her first book ‘Beginnings,’ set in 1970s London, combines romantic suspense with a hard-hitting conspiracy thriller. Writing is something she juggles around family and social life. Helen is self employed and enjoys running the web design company, she and her husband set up from home. They have no children but enjoy the company of a faithful border collie and a fluffy white cat. Helen confesses to have got most of her ideas for writing, whilst walking Barney along the beach.

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Happy Publication Day! Real Men Love Cats by Nic Tatano @NicTatano

Most people know I am a huge fan of Nic’s books especially this ‘cat’ series. So I’m delighted to welcome him back to the blog today.

I have read Real Men Love Cats but due to illness/hospital etc I haven’t been able to get the review ready for this early post .. hopefully I will be able to add it later in the day. Needless to say I thoroughly enjoyed it so go buy it now, the purchase link should be live! 🙂

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(Fourth book in the Lost Cats series)

Advertising copywriter Rory Callahan is very picky. She thinks Mister Right should check off some important boxes.
But if “love me, love my cat” isn’t one of them, that’s a dealbreaker.

Unfortunately, the men she’s been dating lately want nothing to do with her playful six-toed tabby, Hemingway. Or any cat, for that matter. Can this classic girl-next-door find a real man who loves cats?

Romance moves to the back burner when a terrific business opportunity that seems perfect for her falls in her lap. The CEO of a national cat food company is looking for a new ad agency, and Rory is desperate for the huge account.
The one guy standing in her way? A modern day advertising whiz named Will Prescott who seems to be right out of the Mad Men era as far as women are concerned.

Or is she reading him wrong? After all, the guy does like cats. How bad could he be?

After a horrible first meeting and a series of bizarre misunderstandings she’s keeping him at arms’ length. But when Will and Hemingway cross paths, she begins to see him in a different light. Can her cat show her the way?

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In Memory of Gypsy

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#BlogTour #Extract #Recipe ~ Twelve Days of Elfin by Melanie Chambers @rjchambers2009 @gilbster1000 @AuthorightUKPR

This is the story of a little boy who becomes friends with an elf; soon they are best friends!

The elf and the boy go on adventures together, creating wonderful magical things that every child would love to experience.

Keep the magic of Christmas alive for your little ones with this delightfully festive story by author and mum Melanie Chambers, to help create magical times together, with lots of fun and happy memories, for parents and children everywhere.

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About the Author

Melanie Chambers was born in Bristol, and had a troubled childhood. She was only diagnosed with dyslexia a few years ago on a British Sign Language course. Melanie has been inspired by her own children to write books for that age group, due to their limitless imaginations. With her younger daughter also being an arts and crafts fan, and with Christmas being a favourite holiday it made sense to combine them into a her first book – The Twelve Days of Elfin.

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#BlogBlitz ~ Lucy’s Book Club for the Lost and Found by @EmDaviesAuthor @Bookouture

I’m thrilled to welcome Emma back to the blog today. I was supposed to be doing a review but I know Emma is such a lovely lady she will understand that due to health circumstances I haven’t been able to yet. I do have a copy of the book and the fabulous people at Bookouture know I will read/review as soon as I can .. meanwhile take a look and perhaps all my readers will enjoy it before me! 🙂 xx

Sometimes you’ve got to run away to find yourself…

Twenty-four-year-old Lucy needs a fresh start. Forever single and frustrated with her studies she gives up everything to run a little library in the leafy village of Tilley Moreton.

Lucy loves reading almost as much as she loves fixing other people’s problems, so starting a book club seems like the perfect opportunity to do both. As she meets her new members, it’s clear she’s going to have her work cut out for her. Handsome but silent Callum is the biggest puzzle of them all… 

But Lucy’s meddling begins to cause more problems than it solves, and no one is more surprised than Lucy when Callum steps in to help. Could there be more to him than people think?

As Callum and Lucy start working together to fix the broken hearts of the library’s most loyal customers, the first sparks of romance begin to fly.

Can they right all the trouble Lucy has created, and might there be a chance for a happy ending of their own?

An utterly uplifting, emotional page-turner that will bring tears to your eyes and a smile to your face. Perfect for fans of Jenny Colgan and Milly Johnson.

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About the Author

After a varied career, Emma Davies once worked for a design studio where she was asked to provide a fun and humorous (and not necessarily true) anecdote for their website. She wrote the following: ‘I am a bestselling novelist currently masquerading as a thirty something mother of three.’ Well the job in the design studio didn’t work out but she’s now a forty something mother of three and is happy to report the rest of her dream came true.

After many years as a finance manager she now writes full time, and is far happier playing with words than numbers. She lives with her husband, three children, and two guinea pigs in rural Shropshire where she writes in all the gaps in between real life. It’s a county she adores, her love of its beautiful people and landscapes providing endless inspiration for her books, and in fact the only thing that would make Shropshire more idyllic is if it were by the sea. 

Pop over to her Website where, amongst other things, you can read about her passion for Pringles and singing loudly in the car. You can also wave to her on  Twitter or find her on Facebook  (a little too often than is good for her).

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Enjoy our selection of New Releases / Free & Bargain Books this week

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#BlogTour Q&A ~ We Have Lost The Chihuahuas by Paul Mathews @QuiteFunnyGuy @emmamitchellfpr

London, 2046. The British Republic has a new First Lady. She’s Californian, ‘in-your-face, for sure’ and she’s got big plans for a Buckingham Palace refurb. When her three Chihuahuas go missing, one man is determined to avoid getting dragged into it all. His name is Pond. Howie Pond – presidential spokesperson, retired secret agent and cat lover. Meanwhile, Howie’s wife Britt is handed her first assignment as a National Security and Intelligence Service rookie – to solve the mystery of the missing canine trio. Will Howie manage to slope off to the pub before he can be roped into help? Will Britt unmask the dognapper and grab the glory? Find out, in the latest, crazy comedy-thriller from dog-loving British author Paul Mathews.

Pre-Order link: Here  Available 28th November 2017

About the Author

Paul Mathews is a quite funny British guy who’s managed to escape his day job and is currently on the run as a comedy novelist. His sharp, satirical – often surreal – sense of humour draws on 20 years as a British Government press officer, during which time he encountered politicians, senior civil servants, HR managers, and lots of other people who really sucked at their jobs. His popular ‘We Have Lost’ comedy-thriller series set in 2040s London, starring beleaguered presidential spokesman and wannabe secret agent Howie Pond, currently comprises four titles with more on the way. Paul has read all the books at least ten times and highly recommends them. Make him happy by signing up for his ‘Very Funny Newsletter’ Here. If you don’t want to sign up for it, stay calm and do nothing. Paul also owns a cat, Lulu, who works as his assistant. All fan mail to her, please.

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Q&A with Paul Matthews

1. Who would you like to star in the film of your life?

As a former amateur actor, me, preferably!

2. Describe your best ever holiday.

I’ve got it booked for March 2018 – Los Angeles for seven nights and five nights in Vegas. The cat won’t be happy, but I’ll make it up to her when I get back.

3. If you could be invisible for a day, what would you do?

Have fun with the cat and her toys.

4. If I joined you on your perfect day, what would we be doing?

Watching Watford win the Champions League final while drinking black beer and eating a hot dog.

5. What do you think is the best thing about social media?

Finding other writers and artists to network with. I found both my editor and cover designer on Twitter.

6. And the worst…?!

It’s not very social. I have 100 friends on Facebook but trying to actually socialise with them can be a challenge!


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#PublicationDay #Review ~ The Haunting of Hattie Hastings Part 1 by Audrey Davis @audbyname @rararesources

The Haunting of Hattie Hastings Part One:

Some people just won’t take death lying down … ! (NB: cliffhanger ending).

Part one of a fun-filled trilogy about life, death and letting go.

Hattie Hastings is happily married, even if husband Gary drives her up the wall at times. When tragedy strikes, she is left alone and heartbroken, with only an assortment of family and friends to prop her up.

Struggling to cope, she is left reeling when her deceased other half returns, popping up at the most inappropriate times.

Hattie can’t convince anyone that Gary has returned. Not even best friend Cat – now free from the cruel and controlling Stewart – will believe her.

Why has Gary returned? And what will Cat do when her slimy ex-husband tries to worm his way back into her affections?

The Haunting of Hattie Hastings will make you laugh, cry and count down until Part Two …

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About the Author

Scottish-born Audrey studied journalism in Edinburgh more decades ago than she cares to admit. She cut her writing teeth on provincial newspapers (using a typewriter) and a London-based video magazine (another sign of her advanced years).

Engagement to her now-husband Bill took them to Singapore, Australia and Buckinghamshire, England, before they settled in Switzerland in 2002. Along the way they had two boys, both all grown-up and living in the UK.

Her journey to becoming a published author began with an online Writing Fiction course. It took well over a year but, in June 2017, Audrey published her debut romantic comedy novel, A Clean Sweep. It was quickly followed by a shorter and darker prequel, A Clean Break.

The idea for The Haunting of Hattie Hastings came from nowhere, just a random title that popped into her head and from there grew into Part One of a trilogy. It comes under the same genre, but has some poignant scenes and – hopefully – lots of laughs! Audrey admits to being a worrier, and has always used humour as a defence mechanism, as her friends will attest.

When Audrey isn’t writing, she loves shows like The Walking Dead, American Horror Story and Strictly Come Dancing (a strange mix, she knows). Her interests include cooking (and eating pretty much anything apart from oysters), travelling and going to the gym. OK, the last one is mainly to compensate for her passion for food!

Audrey would describe herself as a ‘pantser’ rather than a ‘planner’, preferring to run where a story takes her and scribble copious notes along the way. She’d love to write a page-turning thriller, but fears her natural tendency to see the comic side of life might be an obstacle.

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My Review

I’m always a little dubious about books with certain titles and content due to my current health situation but the blurb sells this as a light-hearted story. 

The Haunting of Hattie Hastings is quite well written with a definite slant towards humour. There are some great one-liners to raise a smile. It’s only a short novella so can be read in one sitting, beware it does end on a BIG cliff hanger with two further parts to come.

The characters are fairly realistic in the circumstances, son Johnny had to be my favourite, anyone who has experienced a teenager in the house will relate! 

Hattie and Cat have that brilliant friendship that only years of knowing each other can bring .. so when Hattie is ‘visited’ by her dead hubby will Cat believe her or think she has gone totally crazy!?

Be prepared to alternate between tears of joy or sadness .. a cute little story to enhance your day. Roll on book two!

Thanks to the author and Rachel’s Random Resources for my copy which I read and reviewed voluntarily. 3.5*


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#BlogTour #Extract ~ His Guilty Secret by @helenefermont @BookPublicistUK #Giveaway #HisGuiltySecret

Secrets & Lies Are Dangerous.

When Jacques’s body is discovered in a hotel room his wife, Patricia, suspects he has been hiding something from her.

Why was he found naked and who is the woman that visited his grave on the day of the funeral? Significantly, who is the unnamed beneficiary Jacques left a large sum of money to in his will and what is the reason her best friend, also Jacques’s sister, Coco, refuses to tell her what he confided to her?

Struggling to find out the truth, Patricia visits Malmö where her twin sister Jasmine lives and is married to her ex boyfriend. But the sisters relationship is toxic and when a family member dies shortly after, an old secret is revealed that shines a light on an event that took place on their tenth birthday.

As one revelation after another is revealed, Patricia is yet to discover her husband’s biggest secret and what ultimately cost him his life.

His Guilty Secret is an unafraid examination of the tangled bonds between siblings, the lengths we go to in protecting our wrongdoings, and the enduring psychological effects this has on the innocent…and the not so innocent.

Hélene Fermont is the author of three books. Because of You and We Never Said Goodbye are also available on Kindle and in print from Amazon.

Pre-Order Here Available 27th November 2017

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 7511.0 KB
  • Publisher: Fridhem Publishing (27 Nov. 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07782SWK3

About the Author

Hélene Fermont was born in Malmö, Sweden’s third largest city and beautiful cultural hub where she enjoyed an idyllic childhood, surrounded by beaches, parks and commons. Her parental home was filled with music and literature and she started to write short stories which she entered into competitions at eight years old. Writing is her passion.

She moved to London in the mid-90s and the city has been home for more than 20 years. Malmö is her native city and she regularly spends part of the year there surrounded by the beautiful landscape and tranquillity which inspires her writing.

Her debut novel Because of You was published in August 2016. The novel is inspired by visits to London during the 80s. The eclectic club scene was something that she was too young to appreciate fully at the time but it is emblematic of an exciting era that is now gone forever.

Her second novel – We Never Said Goodbye – was published on the 6th April 2017 and the third – His Guilty Secret – will be available via Fridhem Publishing from 27th November 2017.

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“With pleasure. I wish you a great day and look forward to seeing you tomorrow.” Tom was almost out of the door when the man stepped over to him and gave him a £50 note.
“You must treat yourself and your girlfriend to something nice, Tom, perhaps a movie and bottle of wine? It’s wonderful to see you again.”
“But it’s too much…I can’t accept it,” Tom said, only too pleased to be of service to them without the generous tip.
“We insist, you must take it or we’ll be upset,” the woman said, smiling at him.
The young porter beamed, bowed and reminded them he would return in the morning with their breakfast, before wishing them all the best and closing the door behind him.
Alone at long last, the man’s eyes lingered on the woman seated on the bed. “Je t’aime…you will never know how much I love you.
Promise me one thing: when it’s time to leave, you must start to look forward to our next meeting.” His voice was hoarse with emotion.
“I can’t! My heart breaks each time we say goodbye. Why can’t we be together all the time?”
“You know the answer. I can’t leave her…Patricia loves and relies on me, just like I do with her. You and I made a pact that we’d
never leave our marriages no matter how hard it is for us to be apart.
What’s changed since then?” He sounded as sad as they both felt.
“I don’t love him anymore, I don’t think I ever did…not after I met you. I’m only with him for one reason, as you know.”

The woman burst into tears and lay down on the bed, covering her face with her hands. She’d agonised over whether to put an end
to their relationship but it was too painful to imagine he would not continue to be a part of her life. They were soul mates, regardless of the others who shared their lives.
“You are the love of my life. I’m lost without you,” she cried, feeling his arms around her as they lay together, gazing into each other’s eyes.
“I feel the same about you…And her. Patricia is my wife. I’d never have asked her to marry me if I didn’t love her.” Imagining her eagerness to see him after weeks apart, he felt the same turmoil as if he’d betrayed her trust. But the woman he was with meant just as
much to him. And he knew he would never be able to choose one over the other. “We’ve got too much to lose. I hate to see you so
upset, have you told him how you feel?”
Whenever they were apart, he often wondered if she was happy with the man she had been married to for longer than he and his wife. But long ago they had agreed to never mention their respective lives and spouses while together, except for the one thing that meant everything to both of them.


I’m thrilled to say I have been provided with a paperback copy of #HisGuiltySecret for one of my readers to win. To enter just comment below with any secret of which you are guilty or one that has affected you, as told by somebody else. Each entry will be given a number and pulled from my lucky hat by my son! I am hoping to let this run for a week but if hospital/surgery delays it I will announce when I return. (sorry guys you know I normally do it differently!) UK only xx

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