Hi, thanks for viewing my profile, I hope you will buy and enjoy 'Daisy'.
I love animals of all kinds, but especially dogs and horses. As well as being a writer, I am also a horse-riding instructor who enjoys both riding and driving horses.
I also write fantasy and am thrilled that US publisher Rhemalda Publishing have taken the first trilogy in my Artesans of Albia fantasy series. Book One, 'King's Envoy', was published on August 15th 2011. Book Two, King's Champion, was published on August 1st 2012. Book Three, King's Artesan, will be out on August 1st 2013.
See www.rhemalda.com or my website for more details.
Other hobbies include my rescue dogs, folk-singing, gardening, walking and growing cacti.
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For the Love of Daisy
A tale of love, courage, determination and inventiveness, this book will have you laughing and crying in equal measure. Daisy was a unique and special Dalmatian who refused to give up on life. Her owners found that they couldn't give up on her, either.
A touching tribute to a much loved and great-hearted dog, this book is a must-have for any animal lover.
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- A Sword Called…Kitten?
on Sep. 20, 2010
This book is a cracking read and I'd recommend it to anyone, especially those looking for something just that little bit different. It's well-written and amusing, and is full of action and "attitude". If you've never read a book written by a sword before (and let's be honest - who has?) then you've just got to read this.
- Saturdays Are Gold
on Sep. 21, 2011
I really loved reading this exceptional book. Pierre van Rooyen conveys such a vivid picture of two children growing up in South Africa, and effortlessly weaves in all the sights, colours and sounds of the time. Humour, emotion, adventure, sensitivity, curiosity, and a delicious undercurrent of sinister apprehension keep the reader avidly turning the pages. All the characters are expertly drawn. Young Maudie is a delight with her instincts and insights, and her childish voice echoes clearly in the reader's mind. Her older brother Tadpole, the only one who really understands Maudie's gift, is protective of her while being every bit as mischievous. Maudie's fig tree, the source of her Saturdays Are Gold label, is an icon that sits square throughout the story. It would be all too easy to make comparisons between Van Rooyen's novel and classics such as To Kill a Mockingbird or Huckleberry Finn, but the truth is that this novel is like nothing I have read before. I can heartily recommend it.
- The Golden Amulet: a tale of Faerie
on Nov. 10, 2011
This book is such a rare treasure. Beautifully written with such a rich and lyrical use of language, it is sure to charm both children and adults alike. Read it to your little ones and see their faces light up. The wonderfully colourful illustrations only add to the magical quality of this tale. A very special book, designed to be shared.
- That Morning After from the Phoenix Series
on May 28, 2013
What do you do when Life insists on dealing you a rotten hand? Do you go under, or fight back? Nicky fights back, despite her traumatic past. But you just know it's all going to go wrong again when she realizes she's being stalked on an online dating site. Knowing how dangerous it could be, she finally agrees to meet the guy, little suspecting how drastically her life will change once more. I certainly didn't anticipate the way this novella ends!
That Morning After is full of emotion and tension, and Nicky is one tough woman. A great read!
- Look After The Ounces And The Pounds Will Take Care Of Themselves
on Nov. 20, 2014
It’s not often you find something different among the vast choice of books that give advice concerning diet and lifestyle, so it was good to discover this one. “Look After the Ounces” comes at the problem of losing and/or controlling a person’s weight from a unique and slanted angle, choosing to concentrate not so much on the end result as the method of getting there. The author points out that the diet industry overflows with different diets and conflicting advice, much of which is hard to follow and doesn’t work in the long term. This can be detrimental to our confidence levels, leading to issues surrounding self-esteem, and even our health.
In this book, the author, Louise Comb, provides a clear, sensible - and more importantly - achievable set of steps by which the reader can gradually, gently, and permanently make those changes necessary for leading a healthier lifestyle. She gives constant encouragement throughout, and there’s plenty of advice for those who want to adapt the LATO steps to suit their own, unique circumstances. My personal feeling is that this book would be a great help to anyone sick of trying different diets and failing to achieve their goals.