Useful Free Kindle website:
Salonika Campaign Society:
Rebetika Music site:
for those who like a more foody Greek interest.
The Romantic Novelist
The Pre-Raphaelite Society
Here you can read short stories based on pictures by Edward Hopper and my poetry.
Dianne Eppler Adams
works with spiritually-oriented, mission-driven people to deepen an awareness of their authentic self and step confidently forward. If you are ready to infuse more purpose and confidence in your life, visit her website at www.SpiritinMatters.com.
Historical Fiction EBooks
M Jean Pike whose gripping
stories hold one spellbound. An intriguing mixture of romance and the supernatural.
Author of 'The New Road', a beautifully written contemporary urban saga set in Baltimore, USA.
Author of Past Continuous. This brilliant sci-fi love story was inspired by his son's suicide but it is not a depressing story but one of hope and the transcendence of the human spirit above death.
Her book Black Damask is available in Kindle version only from Amazon
It is a supernatural and intriguing tale set in Tudor times. The period comes to life in Anna’s hands like a rich jewel. One of my favourite books.
Rebecca Lochlan - The Year God’s Daughter
This is part one of a trilogy set in the times of the Minoan civilisation in Crete and from thence on takes us through incarnations of the central character. A brilliant story that is unputdownable.
Val Rae Christensen…Of Moths and Butterflies
An exquisitely penned Victorian drama and tender love story exploring the plight of a woman left a fortune but now at the prey of grasping relaitons and fortune hunters. It reminds one of Mrs Gaskell in its depth and intensity.
Mary Cade - The Bermondsay Grail
Gripping, supernatural stories with a twist. Try The Bermondsay Grail. You'll never look at London with the same eyes again!
A Greek who has written about the problems facing second generation British Cypriots in London through a novel called My Big Greek Family. It's a tender, humourous, insightful and romantic read.
New Authors I recommend: