Monthly Archives: July 2012

A trip away from home

We had a lovely (even sunny) day yesterday together with good friends in the part of Denmark called Himmerland. My husband wanted some photos of contemporary church art, and I just wanted pictures of anything that took my fancy, especially … Continue reading

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Reading in July

Nothing much to brag about, but I have finished two cosy mysteries lately. One is Emma Jameson´s “Ice Blue”, the first novel in the Lord and Lady Hetheridge series. Not unexpectedly, it is much like a modern-day Lord Peter Wimsey, … Continue reading

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Summer Hot

No, it´s not exactly the weather. But they (all the experienced Kindle authors) say July is the slowest month of the year so I leant back and expected fewer sales. Perhaps there are, but “The Cosy Knave” has not suffered, … Continue reading

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Summer Struck

Should be editing, and I have done some, but we have just been struck by the most wonderful summer sunshine. The garden called and I grabbed my camera.

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