Author’s Roaring Twenties Featured on UK Blog

Tara.Ford.photoAuthor, Blogger Tara Ford seems to love my writing….so much that she is featuring my books on her web site at Fiction Five Fridays.
Tara is a successful author out of the UK. To help support her fellow-authors, she has developed this clever Friday Special.  Visit her web site and wander around. You won’t be disappointed!

The rules are simple – 5 sentences from a page with the digit 5 in the number. Short and sweet and readers get a little taste of what their favorite (or new) author is writing.

TODAY!  I have been chosen by Tara with my 5,5,5 contribution  (fifth day of the week, a five in the page no. and a five sentence excerpt) from a roaring twenties, hot jazz and cold gin, wild novel that I wrote about San Francisco:  “Wild Violets”WHAT FUN!!

Cover.Ford1fiction, women, flappers, prohibition, San Francisco, roaring twenties

June was a very busy month here at my Writer’s Blog.  An my Interview with author, Dean Koontz.  A free book give-away that is going on right now,  of Susan Elia Macneal’s new release, The Prime Minister’s Secret Agent, and of course more storytelling by yours truly.  Hope you’ll come back often to visit and enjoy my blog!



In addition to my twice weekly blog I also feature an interview with another author once a month. So come along with me; we shall sneak into these writers’ special places, be a fly on the wall and watch them create!  

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One thought on “Author’s Roaring Twenties Featured on UK Blog”

  1. Congrats on Fiction Five Friday! My turn comes up in August – it’s a lovely thing for Tara to do. Your interview with Dean Koontz was awesome. I just purchased The City to read in my copious free time.

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