Are you looking for a gift for a special little person in your life? If so, I have just the ticket! This is a book of 12 Favourite Bible Stories written by a very precious friend of mine, the Author, Sheila Daw. We first met in London during the 1980s, when we both attended the … Continue reading 12 Favourite Bible Stories ~ Book Recommendation
Dear Readers, I have MORE exciting news! My first book is published and it launched today!! This is such a welcome and thrilling milestone for me. It is also highly significant, in that I have overcome many obstacles to get to this point, only some of which are noted in the blog. You might have … Continue reading My First Book Is Launched!
Dear Readers, Exciting News! My first ever Kindle book, "Ten Poems - Volume One" is in review and will be launched on Tuesday 13th August 2019. On Tuesday, the book will be set at a very low price, to enable friends and family to buy it for a very small amount when it is … Continue reading First Ebook About To Launch
Have you read any good books lately? Would you like to learn more about the wonderful workings of your amazing brain? Are you the sort of person who loves to grow and to be mentored by those who have found ways to thrive and to succeed at all sorts? If so, you're possibly on the … Continue reading Read Any Good Books Lately?
Dear Readers, This is a little note to let you know that a new page has been created in the Main Menu of The Holly Tree Tales site, called Books&Authors. The aim of the new page is to share a list of authors and their books with the audience of this site. Many of the … Continue reading New Reading List On The Holly Tree Tales Site
The WordPress Daily Prompt has disappeared and some of us are mystified. Why has WordPress withdrawn support for Writers and Bloggers on the WordPress platform to quickly reach and read and encourage one another's work? This seems ludicrous, especially when one pays a Premium fee to host a website and does what one does with … Continue reading Why Has WordPress Withdrawn Support?
I am extremely privileged to know the indomitable Professor Richard Demarco (pictured above explaining his Archive at Summerhall), having first come across him in Edinburgh during the early 1990s, and am honoured to call Richard a friend. As is his wont and despite his advanced years, Richard Demarco continues to be immensely generous about sharing what he has … Continue reading An Impromptu Lecture by Richard Demarco, CBE OBE