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Vintage microphone isolated on whiteAs promised on July 23rd, here’s the first in what I hope will be a long-running feature on the blog: The Author Interview. First up: Rachel Green.

I met Rachel Green in an online writing community back in the mists of time (2004), when I was newly returned to writing fiction. Rachel’s characters, Harold and Jasfoup, their town, and their world, were already well established and much loved by the members of that community. Her Laverstone stories are imaginative and fun to read, and full of the sly British wit I delight in. They led me back into the world of paranormal fiction, a world I continue to really enjoy. Rachel and I are both members of another online writing community, which is putting out an anthology of short stories very soon. It was my pleasure and privilege to edit Rachel’s story for that anthology.

Photo of author Rachel Green Book Cover: Follow the Example of JasfoupBook cover of An Ungodly Child

RACHEL GREEN is a forty-something writer from Derbyshire. She…

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He’s very good.

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I’m somehow more keenly aware of how blessed I am in this life lately. Revelling in unexpected sunshine and warmth, enjoying the scents and colours of new flowers and budding green shoots everywhere, and feeling my smile widen with the promise of Summertime teas in the garden and beach or woodland walks with loved ones.

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However, it wasn’t always like this for me. In the past I’ve had periods of troubled times and life has been less than kind from time to time. Just like you, I’ve weathered storms of mental and emotional anguish, troubles both physical and emotional… and fortunately found my way out of those times, with the love and support I’ve been blessed with but also, with outside help from a therapist.

Not everyone has the support of loved ones. Sometimes even with the loving nurture of those around us, troubled times can feel simply too much to…

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Screaming Yellow

A Laverstone Tale

AVAILABLE HERE

A Catholic priest and a pagan priestess come together to solve the murder of a sex-guru.

Pagan priestess Meinwen Jones moves 300 miles to meet up with a man who turns up dead. She’s approached by Father Brande, who needs her help to uncover the dead man’s secrets.

Why did he have so many women around him, and why do they all have matching tattoos? Just who was having an affair with the old lady who hung herself, and when will the priest stop putting out Meinwen’s ritual fires?

Content warning: BDSM, Erotic pain and violence, polyamory and murder.

An Ungodly Child

An Ungodly Child cover

An Ungodly Child cover

Available from Amazon.co.uk

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or you can order it at your local bookstore

ISBN: 1905108648

Pointlessness

The last century has seen the rise of a weird kind of fascination with Satanism. Most of these folk have no real idea what it’s about and would deny that they are Christians. They are, of course. Anyone that worships Satan worships God by default, since no-one is disputing that God is the Father of Satan. Rather stupidly, they still hope for redemption at the end of it, despite the black candles and pentagrams and sacrificed small animals. They like all the ritual and the funny clothing. They don’t realise how very pointless it all is.

 

Satan is a vegetarian.