Books by Catherine Green
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Top Posts & Pages
- Twinings New Year Sale
- A Gentle Celebration for Imbolc
- Fancy Dress Fun for Summer Holidays
- Be Guided by the Tower #365DaysofTarot
- #AtoZChallenge – Day 19 – Simon Bunce and Sally Frost
- Searching for Hope during Lockdown
- Living with Chronic Pain: How reiki saved my sanity
- The Time has Come for #NaNoWriMo 2016!
- Win Your FREE Ticket!
- Happy Birthday, Daughter!
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The first Books on the Beach event will take place at The Village Hotel in Blackpool on Saturday 20th July 2019, just one week to go, eek! We will be joined by over 80 authors from across the globe. We … Continue reading →
I like to consider myself a strong, independent woman who doesn’t subscribe to old-fashioned clichés and stereotypes. Somehow, I ended up being a housewife, giving up a regular job, and relying on my husband for financial support while I raise … Continue reading →
I have a special treat for you, my friends! Today I share a limited special offer discount code for you to download my Victorian vampire romance novel, The Darkness of Love. This was a spin-off from the Redcliffe Novels that … Continue reading →
Grab an AMAZING, *FREE* Urban Fantasy box set! + 19 more box sets in other sci-fi & fantasy genres! Also, don’t forget to join our “25 Days of Prizes” giveaway for a chance to win 1 of 25 FREE X-mas … Continue reading →
OFFICIAL BOOK LAUNCH – Eye of the Tiger (A Redcliffe Novel) – book 4 – by Catherine Green Jessica Stone used to be a normal human. Then she fell in love with a vampire, met his identical twin … Continue reading →
I would like to share with you a little personal insight. I am generally a very healthy person. I don’t really exercise beyond walking the dog, but I do watch what I eat and am conscious about taking care of … Continue reading →
I have been speaking to various people about my debut novel Love Hurts (A Redcliffe Novel). Being paranormal romance, it was more than likely going to fall into the category of Young Adult for audience appeal, but that was not … Continue reading →
As mentioned previously, I have been so involved with networking and promoting my book recently that I have been rather lacking in actual writing. So tonight, after another busy day with the baby and various jobs, I forced myself to … Continue reading →
I moved to the Netherlands in 2006. It wasn’t really a big adjustment for me as I had always wanted to leave England, or certainly the area I lived in, and with my mother being Dutch, and me moving to … Continue reading →
Horror writer Alex Laybourne was born in the UK but relocated to The Netherlands to be with his wife. Together they have three wonderful children who despite their young age are showing all the signs of following in their father’s … Continue reading →