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Veröffentlicht am 06.09.2014, 03:03:55 GMT+2
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Veröffentlicht am 06.08.2014, 11:49:16 GMT+2
A Christmas Caller Verse One: Marrey's Host
A Christmas Caller Verse Two: The First of the Three Sprites
A Christmas Caller Verse Three: The Second of the Three Sprites
A Christmas Caller Verse Four: The Last of the Three Sprites

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 19.07.2014, 11:24:39 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Tough Times (English Edition)
Tough Times is a black comedy about life on the edge. Written mostly in (west of Scotland) Scots and broad Belfast-speak and set in a dreary town somewhere in the west of Scotland in the very early years of the twenty first century it tells the story of six residents in a hostel for the homeless and of Rosie (ma Johnson), ex Bed and Breakfast owner turned hostel manager.
Tracy is nearing seventeen and pregnant. Martin, seventeen, suffers from epilepsy and, like Tracy, has spent much of his life in residential care. Pete has AIDS, Belinda is anorexic/bulimic. Brendan has fled from Belfast after an attempt on his life. Carol (Mrs Forsyth) - is a battered wife whose death, following a brief stay at the hostel impinges dramatically on the lives of the other residents.
Rosie has turned to drink to relieve the stress of having narrowly escaped prosecution after some of her guests in the B&B become ill with E-coli 157. To begin with she has little fondness for the hostel residents, viewing them as `the dregs'. However, she gradually gets to know them and realises her circumstances are not so different from those of the young people she has looked down on.
Tough Times illustrates that, in the midst of death there is life, that life is not just about survival but about a shared humanity and sense of purpose.
FREE Sat & Sun 19th and 20th July only.

Veröffentlicht am 19.07.2014, 11:22:19 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Cuisine Americaine (English Edition) Cuisine Americaine is the story of five people who meet on a writer's retreat in France. Germaine is in her mid fifties and is the caretaker for whom the retreat is a roof over her head. Helmut, thirty-something, is a Swedish detective writer, only partly successful, whose agent is encouraging him to broaden the scope of his detective fiction. He has come on the retreat to get away from a stressful family life. Arthur, originally from France but living in Germany, is a poet who has been married three times. Now in his forties, is in straightened financial circumstances, he is looking for a woman to help him out. Svetlana, a poet from Ukraine, is, at eighteen, the youngest. Svetlana is fed up with her life back home and is seeking adventure as well as fame and fortune. Katherine is from Scotland and in her early fifties. She dreams of being a writer and settling in France. When the five head to Paris for a break one of their number disappears. As the remaining four begin their search for the missing they all begin to suspect one another by turns and each is forced to reveal rather more about themselves and their dubious pasts than they intended.
A year later the writers return to the retreat for a reunion when, again, the unexpected happens and all again are under suspicion.
A tale with lots of twists, `Cuisine Americaine' is a humourous take on the mystery novel. It is also a more serious examination of the disparate motives of friends and the development of friendship and its converse - enmity.
Free this weekend - Sat ans Sun 19th and 20th July only.

Veröffentlicht am 21.06.2014, 13:57:24 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Hidden Histories FREE Sat 21st June and Sun 22nd June only HIDDEN HISTORIES is a historical/family saga spanning four generations of women and almost eighty years, set in Ireland, Scotland and England. It is a story of loss: of the separation of mothers from their children and of the bonds between them. It is also about the impact of political and historic forces on ordinary lives, the interdependence of past and present, exploring how identity is transmitted from one generation to the next.
The story begins with cousins Margaret and Tillie, Protestants from Belfast, in 1916. Margaret - a mill girl - is pregnant when she marries and goes off to live in Scotland with her new husband - a Lanarkshire miner. Tillie - a qualified nurse - goes away to join the Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) during the First World War and then marries and settles in London. While the cousins exchange letters their lives could scarcely be more different...
Alexis Scott was born in Derry, N. Ireland. She has lived almost all her adult life in Scotland. She trained as a solicitor and has worked in many different jobs. She has written all her life. Her other novels include `Eating Wolves' (print), `The Years' (kindle) and `Deaconsbank' (kindle). She has also published a collection of short stories: `Martyrs and other stories'. She has contributed to `The Dynamics of Balsa' (New Writing Scotland, 2007) and `True Cat Tales' (2010) as well as academic journals including SCOLAG and The Times Educational Supplement Scotland.

Veröffentlicht am 21.06.2014, 10:56:24 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Tough Times Tough Times is a black comedy about life on the edge. Written mostly in (west of Scotland) Scots and broad Belfast-speak and set in a dreary town somewhere in the west of Scotland in the very early years of the twenty first century it tells the story of six residents in a hostel for the homeless and of Rosie (ma Johnson), ex Bed and Breakfast owner turned hostel manager.
Tracy is nearing seventeen and pregnant. Martin, seventeen, suffers from epilepsy and, like Tracy, has spent much of his life in residential care. Pete has AIDS, Belinda is anorexic/bulimic. Brendan has fled from Belfast after an attempt on his life. Carol (Mrs Forsyth) - is a battered wife whose death, following a brief stay at the hostel impinges dramatically on the lives of the other residents.
Rosie has turned to drink to relieve the stress of having narrowly escaped prosecution after some of her guests in the B&B become ill with E-coli 157. To begin with she has little fondness for the hostel residents, viewing them as `the dregs'. However, she gradually gets to know them and realises her circumstances are not so different from those of the young people she has looked down on.
Tough Times illustrates that, in the midst of death there is life, that life is not just about survival but about a shared humanity and sense of purpose.

Veröffentlicht am 15.06.2014, 10:23:19 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Cuisine Americaine Cuisine Americaine is the story of five people who meet on a writer's retreat in France. Germaine is in her mid fifties and is the caretaker for whom the retreat is a roof over her head. Helmut, thirty-something, is a Swedish detective writer, only partly successful, whose agent is encouraging him to broaden the scope of his detective fiction. He has come on the retreat to get away from a stressful family life. Arthur, originally from France but living in Germany, is a poet who has been married three times. Now in his forties, is in straightened financial circumstances, he is looking for a woman to help him out. Svetlana, a poet from Ukraine, is, at eighteen, the youngest. Svetlana is fed up with her life back home and is seeking adventure as well as fame and fortune. Katherine is from Scotland and in her early fifties. She dreams of being a writer and settling in France. When the five head to Paris for a break one of their number disappears. As the remaining four begin their search for the missing they all begin to suspect one another by turns and each is forced to reveal rather more about themselves and their dubious pasts than they intended.
A year later the writers return to the retreat for a reunion when, again, the unexpected happens and all again are under suspicion.
A tale with lots of twists, `Cuisine Americaine' is a humourous take on the mystery novel. It is also a more serious examination of the disparate motives of friends and the development of friendship and its converse - enmity.

Veröffentlicht am 04.06.2014, 16:11:36 GMT+2
Zuletzt vom Autor geändert am 04.06.2014, 16:12:17 GMT+2
Irma Fritz meint:
Confessions of a Predatory Lender -- "Gut-Mädchen" Christy ", kommt in die große Stadt mit genügend Ehrgeiz, die Karriereleiter zu erklimmen bis sie es zu ihrem eigenen Büro schafft. Mit ihrer besten Freundin Megan, als ihr allgegenwärtiger und respektloser Kumpel, versucht sie auferhalten was recht ist, während sie moralisch von allen Richtungen angegriffen wird.

Kostenlos bis Sonntag!

Veröffentlicht am 04.06.2014, 16:11:34 GMT+2
Why do Cats have Nine Lives? 24 ridiculously simple concepts to live by (English Edition)
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Veröffentlicht am 01.06.2014, 11:56:49 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Cuisine Americaine FREE Sunday 1st JUNE. Cuisine Americaine is the story of five people who meet on a writer's retreat in France. Germaine is in her mid fifties and is the caretaker for whom the retreat is a roof over her head. Helmut, thirty-something, is a Swedish detective writer, only partly successful, whose agent is encouraging him to broaden the scope of his detective fiction. He has come on the retreat to get away from a stressful family life. Arthur, originally from France but living in Germany, is a poet who has been married three times. Now in his forties, is in straightened financial circumstances, he is looking for a woman to help him out. Svetlana, a poet from Ukraine, is, at eighteen, the youngest. Svetlana is fed up with her life back home and is seeking adventure as well as fame and fortune. Katherine is from Scotland and in her early fifties. She dreams of being a writer and settling in France. When the five head to Paris for a break one of their number disappears. As the remaining four begin their search for the missing they all begin to suspect one another by turns and each is forced to reveal rather more about themselves and their dubious pasts than they intended.
A year later the writers return to the retreat for a reunion when, again, the unexpected happens and all again are under suspicion.
A tale with lots of twists, `Cuisine Americaine' is a humourous take on the mystery novel. It is also a more serious examination of the disparate motives of friends and the development of friendship and its converse - enmity. Cuisine Americaine is FREE Sunday 1st JUNE only.
Born in Derry, N. Ireland. Spent almost all her adult life in Scotland. Universities: Stirling (Sociology and Social Administration), Strathclyde (Law) and Edinburgh (Diploma in Legal Practice). Jobs have included social research, welfare rights, money advice. Trained and qualified as a solicitor. Lived in Derry, Stirling, London, Dundee, Glasgow, Peterborough, Livingston and Kirkcaldy. Shortlisted for inaugural Dundee Book Prize 2000 with unpublished 'Whitfield Times'. She has contributed to SCOLAG - the Journal of the Scottish Legal Action Group, the Times Educational Supplement Scotland, Mslexia, The Stinging Fly (Dublin's Literary magazine),'The Dynamics of Balsa' (New Writing Scotland 2007) and 'True Cat Tales (2010).
Praise for 'Eating Wolves':
'Extremely readable' (John Carey, The Sunday Times)
'As satisfying as people-watching on the beach - but better' (Carson Howat, The Scotsman)

Cuisine Americaine is the story of five people who meet on a writer's retreat in France. Germaine is in her mid fifties and is the caretaker for whom the retreat is a roof over her head. Helmut, thirty-something, is a Swedish detective writer, only partly successful, whose agent is encouraging him to broaden the scope of his detective fiction. He has come on the retreat to get away from a stressful family life. Arthur, originally from France but living in Germany, is a poet who has been married three times. Now in his forties, is in straightened financial circumstances, he is looking for a woman to help him out. Svetlana, a poet from Ukraine, is, at eighteen, the youngest. Svetlana is fed up with her life back home and is seeking adventure as well as fame and fortune. Katherine is from Scotland and in her early fifties. She dreams of being a writer and settling in France. When the five head to Paris for a break one of their number disappears. As the remaining four begin their search for the missing they all begin to suspect one another by turns and each is forced to reveal rather more about themselves and their dubious pasts than they intended.
A year later the writers return to the retreat for a reunion when, again, the unexpected happens and all again are under suspicion.
A tale with lots of twists, `Cuisine Americaine' is a humourous take on the mystery novel. It is also a more serious examination of the disparate motives of friends and the development of friendship and its converse - enmity.
Born in Derry, N. Ireland. Spent almost all her adult life in Scotland. Universities: Stirling (Sociology and Social Administration), Strathclyde (Law) and Edinburgh (Diploma in Legal Practice). Jobs have included social research, welfare rights, money advice. Trained and qualified as a solicitor. Lived in Derry, Stirling, London, Dundee, Glasgow, Peterborough, Livingston and Kirkcaldy. Shortlisted for inaugural Dundee Book Prize 2000 with unpublished 'Whitfield Times'. She has contributed to SCOLAG - the Journal of the Scottish Legal Action Group, the Times Educational Supplement Scotland, Mslexia, The Stinging Fly (Dublin's Literary magazine),'The Dynamics of Balsa' (New Writing Scotland 2007) and 'True Cat Tales (2010).
Praise for 'Eating Wolves':
'Extremely readable' (John Carey, The Sunday Times)
'As satisfying as people-watching on the beach - but better' (Carson Howat, The Scotsman)

Veröffentlicht am 31.05.2014, 11:52:40 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Affairs of State Free on Sat 31st May and 1st June. It is 2099. The United Kingdom has long been broken up after Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland gained their independence. New England is no longer in the European Union and the death penalty has been reintroduced. The family, like the monarchy, has long been abolished and children (created by stratified random sampling) are born extra utero and raised in institutions. When Indigo Violet is sentenced to death for the crime of voluntary pregnancy lawyer Delectus Tarquinus decides it is time to act. Julia Sacriligia, senior esteemed judge, is an unlikely ally.
Set at the close of the twenty first century and the beginning of the twenty second, 'Affairs of State' focuses on the changing nature of relationships and their dependence on social institutions, exploring sexual boundaries and the expression of desire in different social landscapes. Last, but not least, "Affairs of State" is a story about love and its eternal and unchanging nature.
A light take on a serious subject as well as a highly topical one.

Veröffentlicht am 29.05.2014, 14:51:24 GMT+2
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Veröffentlicht am 28.05.2014, 12:58:44 GMT+2
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Veröffentlicht am 25.05.2014, 13:32:13 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Hidden Histories Free Sunday 25 May HIDDEN HISTORIES is a historical/family saga spanning four generations of women and almost eighty years, set in Ireland, Scotland and England. It is a story of loss: of the separation of mothers from their children and of the bonds between them. It is also about the impact of political and historic forces on ordinary lives, the interdependence of past and present, exploring how identity is transmitted from one generation to the next.
The story begins with cousins Margaret and Tillie, Protestants from Belfast, in 1916. Margaret - a mill girl - is pregnant when she marries and goes off to live in Scotland with her new husband - a Lanarkshire miner. Tillie - a qualified nurse - goes away to join the Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) during the First World War and then marries and settles in London. While the cousins exchange letters their lives could scarcely be more different...
Alexis Scott was born in Derry, N. Ireland. She has lived almost all her adult life in Scotland. She trained as a solicitor and has worked in many different jobs. She has written all her life. Her other novels include `Eating Wolves' (print), `The Years' (kindle), 'Affairs of State' , 'Cuisine Americaine', 'Tough Times'Hidden Histories and `Deaconsbank' (kindle). She has also published a collection of short stories: `Martyrs and other Stories'.

Veröffentlicht am 17.05.2014, 11:37:38 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Affairs of State FREE on 17th May is AFFAIRS OF STATE - a dystopian novel by Alexis Scott. The United Kingdom has long been broken up after Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland gained their independence. New England is no longer in the European Union and the death penalty has been reintroduced. The family, like the monarchy, has long been abolished and children (created by stratified random sampling) are born extra utero and raised in institutions. When Indigo Violet is sentenced to death for the crime of voluntary pregnancy lawyer Delectus Tarquinus decides it is time to act. Julia Sacriligia, senior esteemed judge, is an unlikely ally.
Set at the close of the twenty first century and the beginning of the twenty second, 'Affairs of State' focuses on the changing nature of relationships and their dependence on social institutions, exploring sexual boundaries and the expression of desire in different social landscapes. Last, but not least, "Affairs of State" is a story about love and its eternal and unchanging nature.
A light take on a serious subject as well as a highly topical one.
Alexis Scott's first book 'Eating Wolves' was published by Dewi Lewis in 2003 and praised by John Carey in The Sunday Times in October 2003:('I prefer the novels that aren't on my Booker shortlist'). She has since self-published several e-books including popular crime novel 'Deaconsbank'.

Veröffentlicht am 17.05.2014, 11:29:52 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
Tough Times FREE on 17th and 18th May Tough Times is a black comedy about life on the edge. Written mostly in (west of Scotland) Scots and broad Belfast-speak and set in a dreary town somewhere in the west of Scotland in the very early years of the twenty first century it tells the story of six residents in a hostel for the homeless and of Rosie (ma Johnson), ex Bed and Breakfast owner turned hostel manager.
Tracy is nearing seventeen and pregnant. Martin, seventeen, suffers from epilepsy and, like Tracy, has spent much of his life in residential care. Pete has AIDS, Belinda is anorexic/bulimic. Brendan has fled from Belfast after an attempt on his life. Carol (Mrs Forsyth) - is a battered wife whose death, following a brief stay at the hostel impinges dramatically on the lives of the other residents.
Rosie has turned to drink to relieve the stress of having narrowly escaped prosecution after some of her guests in the B&B become ill with E-coli 157. To begin with she has little fondness for the hostel residents, viewing them as `the dregs'. However, she gradually gets to know them and realises her circumstances are not so different from those of the young people she has looked down on.
Tough Times illustrates that, in the midst of death there is life, that life is not just about survival but about a shared humanity and sense of purpose.

Veröffentlicht am 13.05.2014, 10:19:37 GMT+2
Alexis Scott meint:
The story of five people (from Scotland, Sweden, Ukraine, France and Germany) who meet on a writers' retreat, Cuisine Americaine is set in Brittany and Paris, France. A tale with lots of twists, `Cuisine Americaine' is a humourous take on the mystery novel. It is also a more serious examination of the disparate motives of friends and the development of friendship and its converse - enmity. Cuisine Americaine. Free on Tuesday 13th May.

Veröffentlicht am 11.05.2014, 20:38:45 GMT+2
Irma Fritz meint:
Ja, richtig, die Kindle Kurzgeschichte Cigarette Break (The Angel of Death) ist jetzt KOSTENLOS!

Ein junges Ehepaar, C.J. und Crystal, landen mit ihren drei kleinen Kindern in einer abgelegenen kanadischen Pension. Crystal und die Kinder finden es dort ganz idyllisch. Aber C. J. sagt es ist ein guter Ort für Selbstmort machen. Am Ende kann er es aber nicht alleine tun. Was passiert wenn C.J. und Crystal auf eine Rauchepause gehen?

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Veröffentlicht am 09.05.2014, 16:04:43 GMT+2
Irma Fritz meint:
Cigarette Break (The Angel of Death) -- Kostenlose Kurzgeschichte

Ein junges Ehepaar, C.J. und Crystal, landen mit ihren drei kleinen Kindern in einer abgelegenen kanadischen Pension. Crystal und die Kinder finden es dort ganz idyllisch. Aber C. J. sagt es ist ein guter Ort für Selbstmort machen. Am Ende kann er es aber nicht alleine tun. Was passiert wenn C.J. und Crystal auf eine Rauchepause gehen?

Veröffentlicht am 07.05.2014, 12:03:17 GMT+2
A Family Arrangement Part Six: Mother

Veröffentlicht am 04.05.2014, 13:42:35 GMT+2
A Family Arrangement Part One: Emily
A Family Arrangement Part Two: Seth
A Family Arrangement Part Three: Meg
A Family Arrangement Part Four: Mrs. Tweedle
A Family Arrangement Part Five: Dr. Pendle

Veröffentlicht am 03.05.2014, 12:11:42 GMT+2
A Family Arrangement Part One: Emily
A Family Arrangement Part Two: Seth
A Family Arrangement Part Three: Meg
A Family Arrangement Part Four: Mrs. Tweedle

Veröffentlicht am 02.05.2014, 12:07:49 GMT+2
A Family Arrangement Part One: Emily
A Family Arrangement Part Two: Seth
A Family Arrangement Part Three: Meg

Veröffentlicht am 16.04.2014, 11:31:13 GMT+2
Part One of the story based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky's A Christmas Tree and a Wedding:

A Wedding and a Christmas Tree Part One

Veröffentlicht am 29.03.2014, 23:23:55 GMT+1
Last Pirate at Fort Matanzas is free on Sunday 30 March 2014 For all ages fun read about Captain Alberto Dicer of the pirate ship El Dreadful during the treasure fleet days of Spain.
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