Year: 2016

Let’s go camping!

Let’s go camping!

I’ve never joined in a NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) before — it just never fitted it with what I was working on, and I didn’t feel I could manage to write 50,000 words in a month. So each November the good ship NaNoWriMo went sailing past without me. But this year the moons aligned […]

Posted May 2, 2016 by PaulineMRoss in Writing musings / 1 Comment



Mystery review: ‘Dead Wake’ by Dawn Lee McKenna

Mystery review: ‘Dead Wake’ by Dawn Lee McKenna

This is the fifth book in the Forgotten Coast suspense series, and the author is nicely into her stride now. Although there’s a crime-of-the-week element, there’s also a depth of backstory developing in the history of main character Maggie and her family. Fortunately, these aspects are woven elegantly and seamlessly into the story, and never […]

Posted April 25, 2016 by PaulineMRoss in Review / 0 Comments



‘The Dragon’s Egg’: cover reveal

‘The Dragon’s Egg’: cover reveal

With The Dragon’s Egg winging its way to my trusty proofreader for a final check before publication, I thought it might be time to show you what the cover looks like. Once again, I’ve called on the services of Glendon Haddix of Streetlight Graphics, who’s done an awesome job taking my vague arm-waving and turning […]

Posted April 11, 2016 by PaulineMRoss in The Dragon's Egg / 0 Comments