Halloween Edition of A Family Conversation: Eliza’s Grave (Part 1) Including Valuable Advice from The UK

A Family Conversation, an ongoing conversation between blogging cousins, Ron Brown and Lady G, is celebrating the time of year when the veil between the physical and spiritual worlds becomes paper thin.


WARNING: I posted this after drinking a glass of Kendall Jackson Chardonnay, so God only knows how it’s going to turn out!

Forgive me!


In this week’s post, we discuss Ron’s upcoming book, Eliza’s Grave.

During our conversation we touch on:

  • Random trash talk about Church’s Chicken, beer, and fall being our favorite time of year
  • Why LadyG loves Halloween and Ron’s unforgettable night of trick or treating
  • Eliza’s discovery and an introduction
  • The challenges of writing a book and wonderful advice received from our friend Roger in the U.K.
  • 1961, The Year of the Crow

We also include our recommendations for Bloggers who can really write!

Roger is an awesome writer from Wales. We are huge fans and we highly recommend his blog.

Although we didn’t get around to talking about them in this post, we also HIGHLY recommend :

Dr. Katherin Garland, a professor who hails from Chicago. The professor owns an editing business y’all!

Best believe, editors are an invaluable part of the process! Well worth the money.

In addition, we happily recommend Ellie P., a fabulous Canadian author and grammar maven!

There are many more… and we will include those as we go along!


Enjoy the conversation and please feel free to comment below

Tune in Friday for Part II of Eliza’s Grave

4 thoughts on “Halloween Edition of A Family Conversation: Eliza’s Grave (Part 1) Including Valuable Advice from The UK

  1. Been listening to you and Ron talk while I was having my breakfast.
    It was enjoyable and a privilege to hear the tales from you both about chicken, turkey and Halloween- I loved the ‘rake’ tale! And it was good to hear about Ron’s book too, still keeping on keeping on- that’s the way to do it
    Thanks Gwin, and you too Ron for referencing me on the blog and in the conversation, that’s quite the honour as we say in the UK ‘I am chuffed’.
    (Note on accents:’The Three Girls’ in my books- Arketre physically could be thought ‘a southern belle’ (blonde hair too-she’s a brawler, bar room style), so when she gets sentimental, romantic, or wishes to intimidate she drops back into her home accent-which is sort of southern but since its Fantasy world I can get away with it- great fun)

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    1. It was our pleasure Roger! Thanks for all of your support with both blogs.
      Also, a bit of a correction to a point I made in the recording; I did not suggest the glossary, I think I suggested a map or some kind of representation of the cosmology. I didn’t want to take undue credit. 💋
      Again, thanks my friend.

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