Tag Archives: D. G. Kaye

#BookReview – P.S. I Forgive You – A Broken Legacy by D.G. Kaye #Memoir #Narcissism

On the eve of my father’s funeral, I find myself writing my review of this memoir with a real sense of gratitude that I was lucky enough to have loving parents, and little dysfunctionality in my family. My father was raised in a rather Victorian household, (he was born in 1919), where children were seen but […]

Book #Promotion #FREE Download! – Have Bags, Will Travel – D. G. Kaye

This fabulous little light-hearted book on the travails of travelling when you just HAVE to shop, is currently FREE to download. Rush on over and grab yourself a copy – today and tomorrow only.

I’ve been interviewed! #Author #interview

A great set of questions from author D. G. Kaye – hop on over to her blog to take a look… She quizzed me on such diverse things as how on earth do I fit writing around my busy working life, and what important points did I learn about writing a sequel. Take a look […]

#BookReview – WORDS WE CARRY by D.G. Kaye #memoir #essay

Book Review – non-fiction memoir/essay My latest review was just a fraction too late to squeeze into #AugustReviews, but please do share anyway. Words We Carry by D.G. Kaye My rating: 5 of 5 stars ‘Words We Carry: Essays of Obsession and Self-Esteem’ is a perfect title for this collection of memoirs about growing up […]

Read any good #memoirs recently? Try author D.G. Kaye

And now for something completely different… Today I bring you a first – for me, that is. An enthralling memoir, and the author’s latest release. To give you a little background, I’m first going to share with you my review of D. G. Kaye’s first book, CONFLICTED HEARTS Blurb A Lifetime of guilt — What […]


Join me on The Writing Process Blog Tour I’m delighted to be taking part in the writing process blog tour, a blog relay in which each author discusses their individual writing process, and then passes the baton on. My thanks to Debby Gies – aka author D.G. Kaye – for inviting me to participate 🙂 Truth be told, I was invited […]