I took these photos over a period of time on different occasions. I came across them when looking for a particular photo. I have many albums of photos (compiled in the days of film and developing) going back to my early teens, and sadly I have found that many have faded, especially Polaroid photos, which is sad. Fading memories. I […]
A few of the photos I've taken on some of my jollies
When Stars Will Shine is a multi-genre collection of Christmas-themed short stories compiled to raise money for our armed forces and every penny made from the sales of both the digital and paperback copies will be donated to the charity.
It’s been a while since I’ve shared some photos so here goes. I hope you enjoy them. I’ve been out and about enjoying the countryside and fresh air. A much needed break from my writing. All of these gardens and great houses have fabulous walks, woods, lakes, and forestry as well as formal gardens for public enjoyment. They all have the most fantastic histories too. Check their websites for opening details, entry fees, and car park charges (where applicable). Members of The National Trust and of The Savill Gardens who pay an annual fee can enter free. I have included websites where possible in case you are keen to know more or to arrange a visit yourself. I’ve taken these photos on my phone camera. I hope you have enjoyed my photos and the details with them which I’ve added so that anyone interested can find more information if they wish. Do let me know if I have inspired you to visit any of these amazing places. Next time I’ll share some more. Thanks for being here. Jane x All photos (c) Jane Risdon 2019 and All Rights Reserved.
Anne Williams has kindly hosted me on her blog and here is the link to my post. I hope you and your lovely readers enjoy it. I’m chatting about Undercover: Crime Shorts and providing some blurb for each story in my collection. Thanks so much, Anne, I really appreciate your support for Only One Woman and Undercover: Crime Shorts. I hope you will drop in and read all about my crime collection and also visit the posts from so many of her other guest authors. https://books2read.com/author/jane-risdon/subscribe/1/128075/
I am really thrilled to welcome fellow Accent Press author Gilli Allan to my blog. She has a new book published 17th June 2019 BURIED TREASURE and I am so happy to be able to introduce you to Gilli and her writing. We share a love of archaeology for starters. Gilli Allan began to write in childhood – a hobby […]
Roger A Price has been my Guest Author before but things have moved on since then and so I thought it would be interesting to catch up with him and his latest book Hidden Welcome to the first day of his blog tour with this fab book. I am dead chuffed he agreed to be on my blog first… Let’s […]
I am delighted to welcome the lovely Jane Risdon to my blog, with her ‘Opening Lines’ from Only One Woman. Written in tandem with Christina Jones, Jane is sharing the first 500 words from her part of the story, Renza’s Diary. Over to you Jane… It is 1968 and Renza is about to go to Germany with her family, joining her father who is working there with the MoD. She’s facing 3 years overseas and isn’t happy. Scott and his band, Narnia’s Children, move next door to her. They are over from the Channel Islands to tour and record their first single. It is love at first sight but it is short-lived. Vowing undying love and secretly becoming engaged, Renza leaves for Germany within weeks, Scott believes the band will be in Germany soon and they can meet up. Renza promises to come back to England as often as she can. Narnia’s Children tour up and down the country and one night they take the stage at St. Barnaby’s Hall where he sets eyes on Stella who has only days to live, she is convinced. Set in the UK music scene of the late 1960’s Only One Woman is sheer nostalgia: the music, fashions, the changing society of the Swinging Sixties, the Cold War, and so much more – a love triangle set in Europe, the Mediterranean, Jersey and England in the grooviest decade of the 20th century by Christina Jones […]
If you really want to show your support for women, check out these fabulous women authors. Visit their sites, try their work, give ’em reviews! Thanks to everyone who helped pass on the message! Show ’em support! Many thanks to Margot Kinberg for organising this fun event and for including me. Cast (In Order of Appearance) K.B. Owen Twitter: @kbowenwriter Annette […]
I am really pleased to welcome historical author, Tim Walker, to my blog for the second time. Tim is a fascinating author who has also co-written with his daughter. Let’s find out about Tim: Tim Walker is an independent author based in Windsor, UK. His background is in marketing, journalism, editing and publications management. He began writing a historical series, […]