A new dawn (I hope)

Patricia Feinberg Stoner is a British writer: a former journalist, advertising copywriter and publicist. After graduating from Trinity College Dublin she joined a local newspaper, The Liverpool Daily Post, as a trainee. Quickly discovering she was a terrible reporter, she switched to feature writing and since then her career has revolved around the written word.

Paw Prints has been a mite dispirited of late, struggling to make these mewsings heard. Now thanks to a wonderful Tom cat (you know who you are…) – I have emerged blinking into a new dawn of technology. Thanks are also due to the regal Lady Bracknell – a.k.a. Jessie Cahalin, originator of the wonderful Books In My Handbag blog http://jessiecahalin.com/books-in-handbag/

Plenty of news to relate, but here’s the most exciting for today. At Home in the Pays d’Oc has won a One Stop Fiction Five Star Book Award. Many thanks to Kathryn Bax, always supportive and helpful to the vain, needy and technologically incompetent.

Free books for readers at http://www.onestopfiction.com and lots of support for authors on the One Stop fiction Facebook pages.