Clue of the Ghostly Trail – Florence Foxy Cozy Mystery

New year, new book and the first of many exciting releases by moi, Trisha J. Kelly! 2020 was a funny old year and like many people, I was thrown a little off-kilter. My writing was affected for a while and I couldn’t do much from May onwards. I’d lost my mo-jo. I searched, half-heartedly, but it was no good. My creative juices glass was empty. Not just half-empty, as dry as a bone.

Now I’ve found it! I’ve no idea where it’s been but somebody let it out. Now it won’t shut up, my mind is going crazy with a backlog of ideas bursting at the seams. Will you keep up? First of all Florence Fox was shouting, “let me out, let me out!”

Ah, okay then, thought I, pleased to meet you. Now, who are you and where are we going? A new character was born, and with her came her wonderful and highly talented, four-legged best friend. Albus, the Chocolate Labrador, who will steal your heart. Known to her friends as Floxy, we join her as she leaves her last relationship behind and takes off in her camper van which is twice as old as she is!

Christmas is five days away and aside from a few bags of belongings and emergency snacks, the duo are travelling light. At least best friend, Willow Plante, has given her a lifeline and kindly offered the use of her book shop office as temporary shelter. In true bestie style, she forgets to mention several small matters. Firstly, the freelance journalist would be sharing with a room mate. Tobias the resident ghost. Which might not be as alarming as the fact there just might be – might be, mind- a murderer on the loose. Most of the other residents have left town too, taking an old prophecy and warning letters very seriously.

The best book so far! Wow! Us writers can get big heads you know, but absorb compliments like a sponge, thank you. I’ve barely published book one in this series and book two is screaming at me, which one first? A little glimpse of what we can expect in book two…

For the readers who are loving my Bromington Series, again, thank you. Fighting for her place as the next release is Rosie Wodehouse. Not only is our adorable sleuth getting married, things are afoot in Bromington-on-sea as the May Fair is coming to town. Would you like a sneaky preview at the cover? Be the first to see it, and guess who’s rearing her ugly head? The detestable Mildred is determined to spoil her daughter’s big day.

So, I can’t stop her gossiping all day. I have a busy schedule! I’d love you to follow me here and on Amazon as well. Don’t miss any of the exciting new books coming your way this year! You could always catch up on any you’ve missed while you’re waiting. I’m multi-genre and you can find everything on Amazon. I care about my readers, and your pockets! You can read any of them for just 99p or find them on KU.

Why not click here to find links to just about everything!

Take care and stay tuned for an exciting year. Thank you for reading. Speak soon!

Trisha. x

Awakening – the Inevitable Door by Jenny Jeffrey

Watch the trailer here…

Read my review here…

Listen to Jenny’s live interview on Book Talk Radio today the 3rd February,2021 with the very talented Claire Harris. This is Claire’s message…

‘I will be talking to Book Talk Radio Club 2020 award finalist, author Jenny Jeffrey on Wednesday 03 February at 8.00pm (GMT). Jenny is the author of Awakening – The Inevitable Door. ‘From the moment of our birth; death — a mystery still — becomes a fact of life.’ In 1984, Jenny witnessed the death of her three-year-old daughter, Elin Mair. Awakening – The Inevitable Door is written in conversation with her daughter, revealing her dying process, her birth and her conception which had its beginnings in another dimension. Jenny also writes about the Realms of Light, the 22nd Dimension and the Octaves of Light. You can listen in at’

Jenny is a remarkable lady and I cannot begin to do her justice with just a few words. Neither could I express all the things I wanted to say when I reviewed her book. I urge you to listen to the interview tonight for more clarity.
This is not just a book, it is a message to mankind and the more you understand how our bodies and minds work and how we are connected to other realms and dimensions the clearer the writings would be, they would make more sense. For the fully aware, this is a revelation.

While I have a small amount of gifts myself in hearing messages and feeling spirit and a tiny splattering of seeing an aura when I tune in, I have never experienced the things that Jenny has. Throughout her life she has been attuned, found the way to heal herself, understood the true meaning of love through our hearts and has opened her mind to the teachings from her daughter who was always destined to be here for just a while.

During those three years on planet Earth her daughter, Elin Mair, crammed in so much more compared to other children of her age group for she knew before she was born her time here was limited.

This truly is a revelation, not just a book, and not something I have enough experience of to claim to understand the depths of light and all that it means. All I can tell you is, this is one interview you won’t want to miss.

Meet Jenny Jeffrey, tonight. A truly remarkable human being, a lady whose path I have been blessed to cross.

Trisha. X

New year, new series…

Clue of the Ghostly Trail

Meet Florence Fox, freelance journalist, sometimes reporter. She has her own ideals in the modern world and is attached to her soulmate and best friend, Albus. The Chocolate Labrador is very well-behaved, a fully-trained helper and trustworthy confidante.

True to form, things in her life don’t go to plan. After a colourful exit, Floxy and Albus drive away from existence as she knows it just five days before Christmas. There is no plan, and lifelong best friend, Willow, comes to the rescue. Or does she? What seems like the best offer she is going to get, now the going has got tough, turns out, in fact, to be an invitation straight into pending danger.

They almost arrive in the picturesque village. Things go wrong but they carry on regardless. Was it any coincidence they broke down partway through a Ley line? Where is everyone and just what the heck is going on?

Join Florence as she enters the village of Goldhenge, a turning point in her turbulent life. This brand new series is out shortly on Amazon. As with all my books it will be available on KU. Why not follow me there, or here, be the first to know of my new releases.

Thank you for reading! Stay safe and well.

Trisha. x

Thank you

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I just wanted to say thank you. This year has been a turbulent one for us all as we’ve gone through a worldwide pandemic which has claimed thousands of lives. Sometimes, we wouldn’t get through such rocky waters without our friends. I’m grateful to all of you who have carried on, regardless.
Without the dedication of all those workers who have kept vulnerable people like myself going, I’m not sure where I’d have been this year. The weekly, doorstep groceries have been a godsend. Packages, parcels and letters. So I’d like to give a big shout out to Sainsbury’s, Morrison’s, Amazon and our Royal Mail. The dedicated staff have kept me afloat.
Our NHS and all those health workers who have put themselves in the front line this year, caring for others. In hospitals and care homes, you have been worth your weight in gold. Every one of you, a true hero.

I want to thank my special friends. The ones who have taken the time to ask how I am this year, even though they have been going through their own, personal challenges. The support you have given me throughout has lifted me. To, Colleen and Claire, you gave me the courage and support to keep fighting. It was nail-biting for a long time there, finding somewhere to live, a warm home for me and my family. Not everyone is that fortunate. So many are spending this Christmas on the streets. People have lost their jobs, lost cherished loved ones. I am fortunate to have survived the year and ended up with a roof.

We lost our dear little dog, Alfie, on the 10th January, 2020. He wasn’t just a dog. He was the best-natured, cuddliest little boy in the world. And I miss him. I want to thank my family for being my rock, and I theirs. They are the constant in my life. Tim, Daryl and Adam are my world. So, THANK YOU. To all my Facebook friends. The ones I’ve known for years, new ones too. I want to thank, Eva for all her continual kindness in sharing, not just my books, but her friendship. Jenny, a great, new friend. Julia, I love your books and your weekly blog. Gene, you make me laugh! Jesse… you too have had your battles this year and you soldier on. Every single friend, old and new, thank you for your posts, support and friendship.

Happy Christmas, everyone. Let’s hope that sometime in 2021 we can grab back something which resembles ‘normal. Stay blessed, well and happy.

Trisha. xx