Only The Lonely: Personal Blog Of Independent Author, Ian Gregoire


December 2017

Blog Tour: Interview With Rebecca Howie Author Of A Woman Scorned

Interview number two with indie author Rebecca Howie as part of
the blog tour for her second novel, A Woman Scorned


If you cast your minds back to July you may recall that I interviewed a young indie author from Scotland called Rebecca Howie. Still a teenager at the time, Rebecca had one published YA mystery novel to her name, The Game Begins, which made it as high as 16th position in its category on Amazon’s charts. This week I have the pleasure of hosting her once again as a stop on her blog tour for the imminent release of her second novel, A Woman Scorned, book two of the Sam Beckett Mysteries series.

Rebecca is a very talented young writer with a bright future ahead of her. If you enjoy reading young adult and crime fiction you should definitely add her to your reading list; you won’t be disappointed.

Continue reading “Blog Tour: Interview With Rebecca Howie Author Of A Woman Scorned”

Poem: Making Up For Lost Time


Something a little bit different from me this morning. My Aussie BFF, Kim, is taking a well-earned break from her weekly Monday morning poetry posts. She very recently completed the first draft of her debut novel, so her focus is on that, as well as her beta reading commitments and family/parental responsibilities. Today I’ve decided to take on the poem writing duties with a few impromptu verses about a lesson I’ve learned in recent weeks: to let go of the past, and not allow it to wreck the present and future.

Continue reading “Poem: Making Up For Lost Time”

Blog at

Up ↑