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Monday Coffee

It has been so long since we’ve had a coffee.  Sorry we aren’t at our usual coffee shop – work has been mad and my projects have overtaken all my spare time.  So, without too much pomp and ceremony, I’d like to welcome you to my bat cave!! Continue reading

Book Tuesday: Cecil the Bully – Chapter Eight

If you’re like me and tend to miss updates on stories, here is a link to the previous chapter of Cecil the Bully – Chapter Seven.

Now, continuing on from poor Thomas shaking and shivering at the thought of Ms Crow’s undivided attention on him… Continue reading

Book Tuesday: Cecil the Bully – Chapter Three

Just in case you have missed out, click on Chapter One and Chapter Two to catch up!

CHAPTER THREE

The melody of Moonlit Sonata drifted through the classrooms as the children lined up. It was the last day of school and they barely contain their excitement. Mrs Swansey shushed her Year 2 class as she led the way to the hall. They giggled and tittered, whispering about their Easter Sticky creations. Thirty pairs of curious eyes stared at the adults standing at the front of the stage in the brightly lit hall. A tall man with a shiny bald head was busy examining the tables laid out with the competition entries. Next to him was a scruffy looking younger man who held a camera and click clicked it at the Easter hats, pretty Easter gardens and Easter eggs of various sizes and shapes. Continue reading

Book Tuesday Apology

My humblest apologies to all my readers awaiting the next instalment of Cecil the Bully. I have been occupied with caring for my mum in hospital and have not sat down long enough to draft out the next chapter. I will be back on schedule next week.

Please join me then for Chapter 3 of Cecil The Bully –

What plans do Cecil and his minions have for the visiting MP and his entourage? Will the monstrous mobsters mobilise mayhem at their motivating assembly? Find out next week!

Book Tuesday: Cecil The Bully – Chapter Two

Click here for Chapter One of Cecil The Bully
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