Author Archives: stella

Hide and Die

Hide and Die is now an ebook published by Endeavor Press – another in the Jordan Lacey Series.

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Coming Up Roses!

After some challenging times – good news…
The new novel “A Rose Named Vengeance” has been released.

It is a digital book published by Tirgearr and available via the usual outlets: Kindle, Apple, Smashwords, Kobo, Nook.

The main character is Ashley Rivers, who as a young girl lives a turbulent life and becomes entangled in a relationship with Ryan. She has to bury a secret in the parkland of Kerran Hall. However, now as a woman; a passionate clash develops while she seeks to find the truth behind Ryan and her mother’s tragic deaths.

(You can read an expert on Tirgearr’s website and purchase it directly from them or any of the outlets mentioned above.)

http://www.tirgearrpublishing.com/authors/Whitelaw_Stella/a-rose-named-vengeance.htm

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WAVE and Die

Wave and Die is on Amazon free for this week 18-22.  It is one of the acclaimed Jordan Lacey series.  Spin and Die is also on Amazon.

 

My latest crime book DANGEROUS SHADOWS  is now published as an ebook.  If there are enough sales it may arrive on our bookshelves as a paperback.

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Holly’s Ticket to Danger and The Four Wise Men

Some good news.  Sold a new crime book – ebook and paperback.  My Christmas story, The Four Wise Men is in this week’s My Weekly.  It is very funny.

All ages would enjoy it.

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Writers Block?

Several of my writing friends have been struck with the dreaded writers block.  I know how it feels.  It feels like the end of the world when you stare at an empty page.

Stella’s Solution:  Read and read and read.  This is your chance to catch up on all those lovely books piling up on the floor.  Then switch on your computer and start a stream of writing about anything, the weather, the cat, the itch on your right elbow.  Before you know it, a story will begin to form.  It may not be what you were planning to write next but at least it has loosened those frozen words.

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Garden Inspiration

This lovely weather is perfect for writing in the garden.  Many of my short stories have been sown and blossomed in the garden.  Take  notebook, pen, a cup of coffee and some cushions into the garden, find your favourite spot and suddenly you’ll see a butterfly or a nodding flower and the words will start to flow.

 

 

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Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary

As it is this famous writer’s anniversary, I have written
a short story that airs many of his often quoted lines.
It’s called Nodding Violets. Fingers crossed.

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Apologies to Everyone

I am sorry that I have not been in touch with my writing friends.  It has been a stressful year nursing my husband day and night.  Now life has to go on.

A new book out soon A Rose Named Vengeance and 403 short stories published.

Look forward to hearing from you.

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A Lot of Toasting

We have just toasted the newly published Prosecco Fortune with Prosecco,
of course. We stood under and toasted a newly built porch so I will
not get wet looking for my key. We also toasted the new Princess.
A thoroughly enjoyable occasion.

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The Prosecco Fortune

This crime novel, set in Venice and the vineyards that produce
prosecco grapes, is published in hardback tomorrow. The ebook
comes out in May. Off to buy a bottle (or two) to celebrate
the launch.

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