With this photo taken at sunset on New Year’s Eve at the Vue des Alpes, I’d like to wish you all an enriching year in 2015. May this time bring health and happiness as well as lots of reading and writing.… Read more
The importance of reading
Showing people your library is a bit like letting people peek into your soul.
A small selection of my books. Click to see larger pictures (there are 30 in all).
I’ll be reading a short story called The Path on Ginger Dawn’s Book Talk, Thursday, September 12th (no longer available). Listen also to the interview of the strange Dr Schwab about birds and humans, and hear other contributions from GWG members: Donnalane Nelson, Katie Hayoz, and Sylvia Petter.… Read more
Secret Paths t-shirt!
Had a series of t-shirts made with the Secret Paths logo and I’m now toying with the idea of making some with small copies of my book covers or a selection of my photos… Branching out into art on textiles…… Read more
Ginger Dawn will be giving away 3 of my books this Friday May 24th. How will that work? She will be asking a few trivia questions on this Secret Paths page on Facebook (see link below), Friday night her time (Eastern Time, that’s in the middle of the night here in Europe) and those people who answer correctly within the following 2 days will have their names put in a hat from which she will pull the winners.… Read more
Sunday May 26th at 1pm ET (7pm European time or 6pm UK time) listen to Anne White and GInger Dawn of Creating Calm Network interview Alan McCluskey about Boy & Girl, The Storyteller’s Quest series and the Geneva Writers Group. After that date, the interview will be available on streaming.… Read more
Happy reading for 2012!
Season’s greetings! May we wish you hours of enjoyable reading in 2012.
Here at Secret Paths we are looking forward to 2012 when we will be publishing three new books: a new science fiction tale called StoryFolk (March), the first book of the series Beyond the Face of the World, entitled Twisted Paths (June) and book three of The Storyteller’s Quest entitled The Starless Square (November).… Read more
Thank you Steve
Photo published by Apple Insider
One of the many things that Steve Jobs and Apple changed was our attitude to computing: you should need to know nothing of computing to be able to use a device run on a computer. School fought that change for a long time.… Read more
Alan McCluskey takes a visit to the Matrix thanks to the Natural History Museum in Neuchâtel.… Read more
I saw Linda Hawley’s book mentioned on Twitter and was intrigued by the title, so I downloaded the Kindle version. It was the first time I had read a full length book on my iPhone. I found the story well written and gripping.… Read more