Book Review: When the Screaming Stops – The Dark Side of the Bay City Rollers Author: Simon Spence Pages: 568 First Published: 2016 – Omnibus Press Goodreads As I have said in a previous book review, I was a massive Bay City Roller fan. Massive. Having read Shang-a-lang by Les […]
Book: Shang-a-lang: My Life With the Bay City Rollers Author/s: Les McKeown, with Lynne Elliott Published: 2003 – Mainstream Publishing Amazon Like most teenage girls in the 1970s, I loved the Bay City Rollers. As I got older, I realised that they were not the clean-cut boys they were presented […]
Having missed the last #AuthorToolboxBlogHop due to wedding preparations for my son, I was determined to post this month. Seemed silly not to, particularly since, like the majority of the world, I’m stuck at home self-isolating and social distancing. But what topic to write on? I had what I thought […]
We’ve all done it: we see a book advertised and decide to read the reviews. Smart thing to do really. Books are expensive, especially if you are a prolific reader. Even eBooks add up if you read a lot. Now I’m also pretty sure that most of you also consult […]
I would love it if you guys take a good look at this group – Authors’ Tale. They are the reason I’m here. via Our mission: to grow and learn, always.
Okay – so here is the first of my newly-discovered assignment/assessment tasks that I said I would revise and get out there. This one is the first assessment task from my ‘Certificate in Genealogical Research’ so it is aimed at genealogists. But some others of you might find it interesting. […]