What I’ve been reading during lockdown!

Posted 24 June, 2020 by dragonscaleclippings
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All the books I  review can be found on BookBub. Some of my book reviews can also be found on Amazon UK.

Here are some of the amazing books I’ve read so far this year. If you want to find out WHY I enjoyed them, please click on the links above and below.

If you want some fantasy and/or science fiction reading that is different and quirky (that’s what I’m always looking for), I can recommend: –

Kings of Infinite Space by Francis Franklin

Myths of the Mirror by D Wallace Peach

The Giant Who Fell from the Dark Beyond the Sky by Troy David Loy

Hunter Hunted by Richard M Ankers

A Monk’s Tale by Matthew B Berg

If you prefer gritty, gutsy dystopian tales, I thoroughly enjoyed: –

Devastation by Jane Dougherty

Sand and Scrap by Chris R Sendrowski

And, if you’re looking for poetry that opens windows into a poet’s life, give Red Is The Sunrise by Linda Imbler a try!

Please note that I DO NOT accept review requests as I am either busy writing or working. All the books I review have either been purchased or downloaded during a giveaway/promotion. I only review books I enjoy reading.

Thank you to everyone who voted for my book cover of The Butterfly Tree in the All Author contest. I really appreciate all your support. Unfortunately, I haven’t got through to the 2nd round this time. But I am very encouraged by the amount of people who voted for me! Thank you! xxx

Garden – 4

Posted 16 June, 2020 by dragonscaleclippings
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slightly sticky, catching tip of runner bean plant, curling, flopping as I tie it to an upright support

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© Freya Pickard 2020

If you need another e-book to read and want to try something different, make sure you download The Butterfly Tree BEFORE 18th June 2020 and take advantage of the sale price!

Catch Up – Freya’s writing is online!

Posted 8 June, 2020 by dragonscaleclippings
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Due to the lockdown, I’ve had more time, not just to write, but to send stories and poetry out to magazines. Result – I’ve had a few bits and pieces published recently!

I do try to re-blog online publication posts, depending on how much is happening on this blog. So, in case you missed the re-blogs, or, I wasn’t able to re-blog due to launching The Butterfly Tree etc, here’s a quick catch up for you!

Please click on the links below, and, if you like what you read, please share!

My Nonet, Terraformed, was published in March over at Festival For Poetry

This poem will eventually appear in my Arturina collection – when I get round to finishing the storyline and publishing it!

My short story, Eldr Orvar, was published in April by Swords & Sorcery Magazine

This story is about a bunch of misfits who have to work together in order to leave the city they’re trapped in.

Both I Write Her, and DreamNoirArt, have recently showcased some of my short form poetry!

And, in case you missed it, I published a short story collection, The Butterfly Tree & other stories in May and Smorgasbord Cafe featured it just recently!

I hope you enjoy reading these published pieces, and, if you like them, please share!

Please vote!

Posted 6 June, 2020 by dragonscaleclippings
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My book cover for The Butterfly Tree & other stories has been selected at All Author for the June 2020 cover competition!

If you have a Facebook account, please could you take two minutes to vote for my book cover at All Author?

Thank you SO much!

Three Poems by Freya Pickard — Dream Noir

Posted 2 June, 2020 by dragonscaleclippings
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movement song – ocean rounded by the salty waves carved by the moon-driven tide ground down to tiny pebbles; do they remember largeness? shout song for the sea ride the high cold black wave fly through stinging ice foam absorb the energy! dark song for death death; simply decaying no song, no tune dark breath […]

Three Poems by Freya Pickard — Dream Noir


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