Archive | June, 2017

The Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine July 2017 Issue is here.

27 Jun

Eric Robert Nolan, Author

The July 2017 Issue of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine arrived today; I’m honored to see a poem of mine appear again in this great indie lit publication.  My poem is entitled “An Altogether Different Slumber” and is on page 13.

You can purchase a paperback copy of the July Issue for just $3.24 (plus shipping) right here at  Or, you can just download a free PDF copy here.

Thank you, Editor Samantha Rose!


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Any Requests? Lucy Brazier Live

23 Jun

Secret Diary Of PorterGirl

Friday 23rd June 2017 7pm – 9pm live from Cambridge, UK

Wine makes everything more entertaining

Believe me, I’m just as sick of talking about my new book as you are of hearing about it. Buy it, don’t buy it, tell your friends to buy it – we all know the drill. However, publishers have certain expectations and never let it be said that I am one to disappoint. This Friday (emboldened by wine, no doubt) I will be appearing live on Facebook and Twitter for the viewing pleasure of you, dearest readers. You can ask questions about writing, books, what I had for breakfast (I like food-related questions) or just pop by to say hello.

HPbreakfast Questions about breakfast most welcome

Perhaps you would like to see one of my much-vaunted impressions? Disclaimer – I can only do two, a dalek and a cat.  Perhaps, Like FictionFan, you would…

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Throwback Thursday: “Batman” (1966 – 1968)

23 Jun

Eric Robert Nolan, Author

Of course.

Rest easy, Adam West.

No, I wasn’t alive in the 1960’s, but I loved the show’s reruns as a tot in the 70’s — even before I was old enough to read the “CRASHes,” “WHAMs” and “BAMs.”  I also had (and loved) those crudely made dolls made by Mego.  (I’m starting to think that company made every toy before the 1980’s finally arrived.)


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New Book Releases – Angel Ramon – “Janus” & “Angel’s Nightmare Adventure 2” (Political Thriller & Contemporary Horror Series)

20 Jun

toofulltowrite (I've started so I'll finish)

Hey there everyone – hot enough for you? I’m melting over here! (Not that I’m complaining)

Just a quick note before the fun and games start – I link to a lot of other articles in my posts, so please check your spam folders and approve any links/pingbacks that you find from me to improve the visibility of your own posts, as well as mine, it’s a win win for us both 😉

OK, on with the show.

My very good friend and author Angel Ramon has released another couple of books since I last interviewed him.

I originally did an Author Interview with Angel at the end of last year, which you can find here that covers all of his other previous releases:-

Author Interview – Angel Ramon – The Thousand Years War Series and Angel’s Nightmare Adventure

I therefore thought this would be an excellent opportunity to ask…

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17 Jun


If life is a journey then travel is an experience!

And experiences are to be shared isn’t it? This is about my experience of a vacation to a country, place where nothing is small. Everything is XL and XXL in all dimensions 😉

Yes, I am talking about continent Africa and Island Seychelles.

The excitement level was high, anxiety was at its peak and so the thrill started from the time of landing. Guess how..?

Baggage lost!

Our luggage was misplaced at the transit port, thanks to Kenya Airways at last finding our bag and sending us back to our hotel next day. That’s one of the best things ever happened which is unlikely to happen as informed by manager at the hotel.

Anxiety level increased to next level. Did not know, if I would get my baggage at all, if yes then when? And if not then what next?…

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PorterGirl – The Vanishing Lord

8 Jun

Secret Diary Of PorterGirl

PorterGirl – The Vanishing Lord

Release date – 10th June 2017

There’s nothing quite so annoying as having the police arrive just as you are trying to work out how to cover up a crime that may or may not have happened…

Having barely drawn breath from clearing out the bodies that resulted from the unpleasantness of last term, our heroine once again finds herself facing another crisis at Old College. One of the oldest and most esteemed establishments of the British academic elite, Old College had a long and bloody history before the arrival of the very first female Deputy Head Porter, so perhaps she shouldn’t be so surprised.

Her first academic year in her illustrious new role (Porters are not the carriers of bags, but the keepers of keys) saw her tackle a vicious and shadowy secret organisation, several murders and the assorted whims of College hierarchy. Now…

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Cover for “Grendel: War Child” hardcover, Matt Wagner, 1993

6 Jun