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Rena George Cornwall, Crime Fiction 0 Comments

Thoroughly Enjoyable Murder Mystery. Highly Readable. It hasn’t been published yet, but it’s here exclusively for you. Just click the link below to download my new novel in the Cornish crime series. Please feel free to tweet, Facebook and share this post with your friends! A Cornish Malice The latest Loveday Ross Murder Mystery By Rena George Silas Venning, wealthy owner of a Cornish yacht-building yard, is found hanged in a remote wood. It looks like suicide, except his widow, artist …

Welcome to My New Look Blog

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I’m back! And with a great sigh of relief (from me) my blog is up and running again. Yay! I hope you will agree that it’s much cleaner, easier to read, and generally just looks a lot better than before. Being metamorphosed isn’t easy folks and if anyone tries to fool you into believing that such a change around it’s painless, well…just don’t believe them. We’ve suffered all kinds of angst about what to put in here and what to …

Make Writing Easy

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I’m passionate about writing and like most authors, when given a day with nothing to do but write, it feels like a little slice of heaven. Sadly, when the real world insists on making so many demands on our time the business of writing can often feel like a luxury. So when something comes along that makes a writing day more productive and efficient, I’ll grab it with both hands. The writing tool that helps me most is my iPad. …

Poldark Review – Episode Three

Rena George Cornish Crime Series, Cornwall, Poldark 2 Comments

Well it was all happening in Episode Three, wasn’t it? Firstly, Ross became local hero when he re-opened the family mine, Wheal Leisure, providing jobs for all. …And then Elizabeth and Francis’s baby son was born. …And then Ross and Demelza got up close and personal. …And now they are married! WOW! …And, as it all that wasn’t enough, we had the pleasure of seeing the first Captain Poldark, Robin Ellis, in the same scene as our Aidan (Turner). For my …