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The Friday Fiction featuring Jay Howard

  A Nice Cup of Tea Laura parks in front of the sprawling farmhouse and walks back across the yard to close the five-bar gate. The metal spring catch is warm in her hand, the air suffused with… Read More

Conor Kelly & The Fenian King Mini Blog Tour Stop 2| Chapter Reveal

So it’s Day 2 of the Conor Kelly and The Fenian King Mini Blog Tour, and after our cosy little chat yesterday at the very lovely Jane DoughertyWrites…, today we’re staying right at home on Aliisaacstoryteller, and I’m… Read More

Conor Kelly and The Fenian King | Mini Blog Tour

I’ve never done a blog tour before. I very nearly didn’t do this one either! As you no doubt know by now, my poor laptop, FoxyRoxy, developed a dodgy hard drive just after I published my new book,… Read More

Conor Kelly and The Fenian King is Finally Published!

Well, I thought it was never going to happen… YOU thought it was never going to happen, but guess what folks? It HAS happened! I’ve gone and done it. I finally published my second book, Conor Kelly and… Read More

Author Ali Isaac – My Writing Process

Thank you to Karen at My Train of Thoughts for inviting me to join ‘My Writing Process’. Karen is a wonderful writer, book reviewer, Indie author supporter, and self-confessed book addict. She also publishes some great short stories… Read More

Meet The Author Behind The Tir na Nog Trilogy

Interview with Ali Isaac What motivated you to become an indie author?  Quite simply, I wanted people to read my book! Like many authors, I had started down the traditional route, sending out my manuscript to agents and… Read More

The Big Reveal: The Cover Art for our Wateraid Anthology

Available this Monday 1st July from Smashwords. Don’t forget to go to Just Giving to make your donation to Wateraid. Thank you.

Of Words and Water

I spent much of my childhood living in hot countries. Kuwait is a desert country in the Middle East. I remember at junior school, watching the thermometer climb to 50’C…in the shade! Initially, we lived on a farm… Read More