Writer of historical fiction, blogger, mum, pet lover :)


September 13, 2016

Elen A Celtic Trilogy – available on Amazon

I’m off to Melbourne in the morning; my son Liam and I are driving down (a journey of around 20 hours). We’ll be stopping off along the way, especially when we get past Sydney and start driving into Ned Kelly country! Love history so much…..:)

So before I go I thought I’d share my book Elen. Originally published as a much shorter version, it’s now available on Amazon with an added 12,000 words.

The link to it is below:


Bookcover of Elen by Suzanne Bowditch (jpg)

Elen A Celtic Trilogy

 The second book, Alice’s Secret is also available here 🙂

I am researching, drafting and working on my third book, which is the last one of the trilogy, and will be set around the time of WW1.

Enjoy the rest of the week 🙂

The Versatile Blogger Award


Thank you to Meenakshi Sethi for nominating me for this award. Check out her poetry blog  Wings of Poetry at :

Rules to be followed:

  1. Thank the person who nominated you
  2. Share the award on your blog
  3. Share the seven random facts about yourself
  4. Tag 10 bloggers with less than 1000 followers and let them know they have been nominated

7 Random Facts about myself:

1.I live in Australia, but was born in Wales

2.My favourite drink is a cup of tea

3 I had three pets as a child, all called Skippy (one dog, two budgies)

4. I spent a whole day sitting on a roundabout when One Direction was in town (my daughter is a huge fan), and we met the Irish one

5. I came second in a writing competition at school, at an Eisteddfod

6. I love chocolate

7.My favourite book is ‘The Signature of all Things’ by Elizabeth Gilbert.

I have nominated two other bloggers for the award, simply because it was difficult to find any with less than 1000 followers! Blogging is a popular pasttime 🙂

Blogs I nominate:



Positive Thinking Day

Inspirational 🙂

Annette Rochelle Aben


So, back in 2003, this American entrepreneur decided to establish a day allowing us to commemorate the rewards of positive thinking. Can’t seem to locate the name of this person however there are millions of people all around the world who will be tuned into their “vibe of positivity” on September 13th!

Books have been written, movies produced and songs recorded that all espouse the benefits of placing positive thinking at the top of our to-do list. Motivational speakers create videos and mantras a plenty exist on memes to remind us to choose the thought that gives us a good feeling. Gee, there must be something to this idea of positive thinking, eh?

Without a doubt, the most famous of all books ever written on the topic is the 1952 title: The Power of Positive Thinking by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale.  Believe it or not, this book was…

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