Beautiful Mona …

Enjoyed the wonderful wildlife and fauna paintings by local artist, Charles Tunnicliffe (who illustrated Tarka the Otter) plus some wonderful photographs of Holyhead, past and present, at the Brick Shed Gallery at the Breakwater Country Park this weekend. Top marks to everyone involved in the project, it’s hardly recognisable as the same abandoned old quarry I played in as a child!

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Have you tried our Time & Place Boxset?

Seven award-winning novels by seven multi-talented writers with locations across the world – from ancient Palmyra to beautiful modern-day Anglesey, allow yourself to be taken on a series of wonderful adventurers – all at the click of a button!

It’s even FREE on Kindle Unlimited for a short time.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Time-Place-Boxset-Triskele-Books-ebook/dp/B00V0I2P90/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1431953432&sr=8-1&keywords=Time+%26+Place+boxset

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Introducing ‘A Time and A Place’: brand new boxset from Triskele Books

Question 1

What does ‘Green Fairy’ mean to you?

A: Fauna in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty

B: Washing-up liquid

C: Absinthe

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Image courtesy Creative Commons: The Green Fairy by Surian Soosay

Question 2

I say “black and white”. You think:

A: Ebony and Ivory

B: 101 Dalmatians

C: The Specials

Image courtesy Creative Commons: The Specials by Chris Worden

Image courtesy Creative Commons: The Specials by Chris Worden

Question 3

The island across the Menai Strait in North Wales is called:

A: Tenby

B: Hornby

C: Anglesey

Image courtesy Creative Commons: Bioluminescence by Kris Williams

Image courtesy Creative Commons: Bioluminescence by Kris Williams

Question 4

If society breaks down and Wales goes feral, what do you want in your pocket?

A: A gun

B: A rat

C: A ferret

Image courtesy Creative Commons: Roman inside a hat by schadenfreude

Image courtesy Creative Commons: Roman inside a hat by schadenfreude

Question 5

A woman’s place is:

A: In the kitchen, with a spatula

B: In the bedroom, with suspenders

C: In battle, with a sword

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Image courtesy Creative Commons: Siria Palmira by Jose Javier Martin Espartosa

Question 6

All’s fair in love and war. But when both collide, where does loyalty lie?

A: With your country, family and pride

B: With your lover and your heart

C: With yourself

Image courtesy Creative Commons: Suite Française by Eric Huybrechts

Image courtesy Creative Commons: Suite Française by Eric Huybrechts

Question 7

You uncover white-collar malpractice. Do you:

A: Turn a blind eye

B: Blow the whistle

C: Pull the trigger

Image courtesy Creative Commons: caution: itchy trigger finger by Flood G.

Image courtesy Creative Commons: caution: itchy trigger finger by Flood G.

If you answered mostly C, I have just the thing. A Time & A Place – The Box Set.

Seven brilliant novels at the price of an Easter egg.

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Available for PRE-ORDER now exclusively from Amazon for a limited period, A Time & A Place is officially released on Good Friday 3rd April 2015.

Treat yourself to some Easter indulgence.

Who knows when and where you’ll discover…

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Welsh Valentines Day – 25th January

Last weekend (25th Jan) was St Dwynen’s day, celebrated as the saint’s day of lovers in Wales. http://bit.ly/1emy7Go – the site of the chapel set up in St Dwynen’s name is the main location for my novel, Closure. Llanddwyn Island is a headland, rather than island, that juts out into the Menai Straits opposite Caernarfon. As well as the ruins of the chapel, there are celtic crosses, pilot boat cottages and lots of mysterious lumps and bumps. Well worth a visit. And as you can see from the cover, it was the inspiration for the location of my second published novel, Closure, available as Kindle, paperback or audiobook. http://amzn.to/1yrggrl
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Llyn Cerrig Bach – Inspiration for my novel ‘Complicit.’

Do you like tales of Romans, Druids and treasure? Love stories with a Welsh or Celtic background? Then this is for you!
The fascinating story of Anglesey’s Llyn Cerrig Bach (the Lake of Small Stones) features in the Druid historical backdrop of my crime novel, Complicit. http://amzn.to/1xTPixg The site is famous for one of its finds – Roman human slave chains, the only proof of human slavery in that period found in the whole of Britain.
Complicit
Complicit
Read the fascinating tale of the treasures of Llyn Cerrig Bach by the daughter of the man who first made the discovery in 1943 …
http://www.angleseyheritage.com/key-places/llyn-cerrig-bach/

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Last 48 hours to get The Charter at only 99p/c !

Fancy a spooky #Anglesey based thriller to read over the weekend? The Charter is only 99p / 99c for Kindle until 5th Jan. Don’t miss it!

http://amzn.to/1BgtBGo

The Charter

The Charter

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Goodreads Giveaway – last two days! Signed copy of Complicit!

Goodreads Giveaway running for a signed paperback of Complicit until 5th Jan. If you’re a member, pop over and enter to win!

https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/121007-complicit

Complicit

Complicit

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