Mar 24, 2012
Slow Poison, the first novel by UK writer Casimir Greenfield has been released for review on the Harper Collins site Authonomy.
Feb 14, 2012
Time After Time is a veritable treasure trove of stylish and affordable vintage fashion and accessories for both men and women. And now a hand-picked collection of vintage goodies have been chosen for Time After Time's new on-line vintage shop.
Jan 25, 2012
Small Talk is the long extinct folk jazz track from singer songwriter Dave Ireland. The track was first released on the 1977 album 'Hot As Ice', but has remained unreleased on CD until now. Soft, smooth, silky, sultry and seductive!
Jan 18, 2012
Card Holders: a group for artists who love to see their work on greetings cards. Launched at the start of 2012, Card Holders is a fast growing showcase for a global selection of painters and photographers who have similar philosophies and goals.
Jan 02, 2012
UK based Photographer Alexandra Cummings is now a member of Fine Art America and has opened an on-line gallery showcasing a selection of the best of her recent work.
Dec 30, 2011
Casimir Greenfield, Gloucestershire author, broadcaster, photographer and artist, 62, has entered a new phase of a long-term, low key literary career.
Dec 23, 2011
The new novel by UK author Casimir Greenfield is now out on Kindle. Set in the Cotswolds, the book tells of the coming of age of Madge Lowell, a 50 something amateur artist, set against the brutal murder of a young girl during the village fete.
Dec 21, 2011
The second novel by UK author Casimir Greenfield is now out on Kindle. ‘SLOW POISON’ is a multi-layered study of intimidation, dark secrets and misguided vengeance, set in Europe, culminating in a bloody siege high in the snowbound Cotswolds.
Dec 20, 2011
UK Photographer Alexandra Cummings is the bright new discovery of Society6.com. Alexandra has worked in the visual arts for a number of years, lending her images to a wide variety of publications and exhibitions.
Nov 22, 2011
Great to see this iconic series of seasonal photographs available at last. Sandra Ireland has captured a fabulous series of imagaes featuring Santa is a way we don't normally see him.