Author Archives: Morton S. Gray

About Morton S. Gray

Author of romantic suspense novels. http://mortonsgray.com

Home Thoughts – Morton S Gray

Hi Everyone, I’ve been reading some fantastic blogs about how people are coping in this current coronavirus situation and when it came to my own blog, I found myself unsure what to write. The days have taken on a different … Continue reading

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Researching a Novel by Helena Dixon

I’m pleased to welcome Helena Dixon back to my blog. She’s been busy since the last time she appeared on my blog on 16 December 2019 to introduce us to the first book in her Miss Underhay Investigates series Murder at the … Continue reading

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The Day That Changed My Life by Victoria Cornwall

I’m pleased to welcome my friend and fellow Choc Lit author, Victoria Cornwall to my blog as on the eve of the publication of her sixth novel, Daniel’s Daughter. She talks about the day that changed her life … As I … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Guest Author Christina Courtenay

This week, I’m pleased to welcome Christina Courtenay to the blog spotlight. I’ve just read her fantastic new novel Echoes of the Runes and it is a real treat. See my review below. I asked Christina some questions… What originally … Continue reading

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Linda Huber – An Ornament I Love

Someone new on my blog this week – Linda Huber! She’s here to tell us about an ornament she loves. Over to Linda … Jack the sheep – a treasured ornament In 2008, my parents moved – reluctantly – into … Continue reading

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What Am I Up To?

First of all I would like to congratulate the winners of this year’s RoNas (Romantic Novel Awards). The Romantic Novelists’ Association award night was held in London on 2 March and unfortunately I couldn’t go. You can check out all … Continue reading

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Reality is Stranger than Fiction – A Post by Angela Barton

This week I have a sobering post from Angela Barton, which explains how a true life occurrence ended up in her third novel for Choc Lit/Ruby Fiction, You’ve Got My Number. Over to Angela … It’s said that reality is stranger … Continue reading

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