Protected: Uncommon Relations – Part 4

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WHY WRITE A PREQUEL?

Isn’t the main work enough without writing a prequel? For most novels, yes, the story satisfies its purpose so why write a prequel? Why? Because for other novels, a seemingly minor …

Natural and Supernatural in fiction – a buzz at 0.99

The compelling aspect when reading supernatural plots is that odd things happen within a context of ordinary, natural life. If the whole world is ghostly, there is nothing scary or unsettling …

Trapped in the small bedroom hearing unspeakable revelations, Terry now faces the mess of his own actions…and their effect on his dearest ones.

I enjoy writing dilemmas, the events leading up to them and then those chapters where characters face the drama of their own reactions.

First it was WHO SHOULD BE FORGIVEN? Then it was WHAT SHOULD BE FORGOTTEN? And now it’s WHEN SHOULD THEY BE TOLD?

Part 3 of this compelling series is available on Pre-Order, fledging February 25th.

Part 3 of my psychological suspense series explores the fall-out from the drama in Part 2. It’s been fun, writing dilemmas from other characters’ points of view.

Whose dilemma is worst in this psychological drama?

Pre-order has begun. Uncommon Relations Part 3: When should they be told?

Author

books@rosalindminett.com
Rosalind is the author of the WW2 trilogy, A Relative Invasion, and the satirical short story collections, Me-Time Tales and its companion volume Curious Men. She lives in SW England where she enjoys theatre, Art and scenic walks. Her career as a psychologist means all her writing is character-led. She relishes creating characters of all ages. Even her humorous work has a dark edge.
Rosalind Minett