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The Lost Animals of Summer

Whenever my husband and I return home from an evening out, we catch sight of a lost looking animal at the side of the road. A couple of days ago we saw a fox cub; his ruddy fur, fanned out from his face like a mane. Seconds later, he fled into the bushes, the tip of his tail signalling a hasty farewell.

Hello and Welcome to ksmoore.com, where you will find a chatty blog, a bookshop where browsing is encouraged and an author biography, telling the real story of K. S. Moore.  The Blog is updated once a week and mainly focuses on Writing and Nature.  A range of fiction, written by K. S. Moore is available from the Bookshop, with Short Stories in a variety of genres including romance and mystery. Meanwhile, Poetry Collections are inspired by scenes of natural beauty throughout Ireland and Wales.  Further details and links below.

The Blog

The blog takes a lighthearted view of life’s absurdities and marvels at the power of Nature. Subtle seasonal changes are noted and explored, creature sightings often occur, inspiring a lot of soul searching and sometimes poetry.  Blog Posts about Writing are frequent with updates on current projects, advice on aspects of novel writing and occasional poetry samples.

The Books

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K. S. Moore recently published her first collection of short stories: ‘Heart Strings‘ in the Amazon Kindle Store.  The ten stories are united by their strong emotional content: the sweet, the magical, the romantic and the ghostly.  Many colourful characters emerge, including: Athena, a reclusive lover of literature, Marina, a thoroughly Modern Witch and Bill, a cynical writer, forced to embrace the Festive Season.  Download ‘Heart Strings‘ for just £1.99 here:  amzn.to/X3RO2a

Three of the stories: ‘Athena‘ ‘Teachers in Love‘ and ‘Rewriting Christmas‘ are also available as individually bound short story booklets.  They can be purchased through the K. S. Moore store along with poetry collections: ‘Verse Related‘, ‘Of Memaids and Moonfish‘, ‘A Flower Girl’s Tears‘ and ‘Landscapes and Hearts‘.