Michael Gallagher is the author of two series of Victorian novels, one about a psychic, the other about a reformed thief.
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Featured book of the week:
THE SCARAB HEART
Egypt, 1885. Theft and murder are afoot at an archaeological dig in the Valley of the Kings. Lizzie Blaylock, a young materializing medium of some renown, and her mentor, Miss Otis, thought they were there to vacation, especially as Lizzie has decided she wants nothing more to do with her powers. Her powers, however, have other things in mind.
"I just finished The Scarab Heart by @seventh7rainbow, and I'm again blown away by Michael's writing. From the storyline to the characters to the details associated with the plot, The Scarab Heart is an amazing read. It was hard to put down from page one until the last line."
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Featured article of the week:
The gritty truth about the Curse of the Pharaoh Tutankhamen!
Featured recipe of the week:
And a few you might have missed:
Featured track of the week:
THE BIG BLUE
One of my old tracks I've been threatening to share
Featured YouTube Channel of the week:
South African musician famed for his intriguing choice of guest vocalists
Featured tweet of the week:
SEPTEMBER'S FABULOUS FRIEND
This month's Fabulous Friend is the late Alasdair Muckersie, who sadly passed away earlier this year. We honour his memory each week with a section on the Jukebox (which he never missed joining in) where we suggest songs Al might have chosen.
I'm proud to be able to say that I was one of his favourite authors - and Al has exacting tastes.
If anyone's new here, the Fabulous Friends articles provide a great way to get to know some of the key members of our Twitter circle. Go on! I know you want to give it a read! This month's Fabulous Friend.
KITTY'S MYSTERY JUKEBOX
Kitty spins her weekly pick of the discs you choose
Remember, all my novels are still FREE to download from Draft2Digital (formerly known as Smashwords until its recent merger).
Take at look at what readers say about them. Here on the website you even get to see the video in its entirety!
Summer from Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons
Featuring John Harrison on violin
with Robert Turizziani conducting the Wichita State University Chamber Players
Sound recording © John Harrison, JohnHarrisonViolin.com
Edited version used under a CC-BY-SA 1.0 Generic licence
John Thomson’s images from “Street Life in London” (1876-77)
courtesy of the London School of Economics Digital Library
Used under a CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 licence
His book is available as a free pdf download from the London School of Economics Digital Library. Just click on the link.