Entries by Beverley Harvey

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In conversation with Iain McGeachin

Today I am privileged to introduce Iain McGeachin, better known to his 22,700 Twitter followers as @ataxiascot. Scotsman, kilt-wearer, campaigner, fundraiser, traveller, Ataxia-sufferer – and let’s not forget, adventurer: Iain’s list of global challenges will leave you breathless. In recent years, he has walked thousands of miles for charity, raising awareness of the little-known disease […]

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Rain Walking

            Dog stands by the door, feet planted, tail still While I put on wellingtons and a mac Dog’s eyes say: ‘Terriers hate rain; don’t you know nuffink?’ Collar and lead on, we set out Past the village store, open all hours Past the house with the broken gate Where […]

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Book Review : Beware the Cuckoo by Julie Newman

Blurb: They were reunited at his funeral, school friends with a shared past. A past that is anything but straightforward. A past that harbours secrets and untruths. Karen has a seemingly perfect life. An adoring husband, two wonderful children and a beautiful home. She has all she has ever wanted, living the dream. She also […]

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Eden Interrupted: the wait is over

#Review: “Another beautifully crafted piece of life drama by the talented author of Seeking Eden. I’m in awe of this writer’s ability to see into the minds of such a diverse cast…I loved every page. This is a compelling page turning read, a must to take on holiday.” Source: Waterstones  https://www.waterstones.com/books/reviews/isbn/9781912666386#review-121868   Happy Publication Day […]