Guest Post: Robbie Cheadle

I am over at Beetleypete blog with a post about an infant, Jurgens Nieman, who died during the Second Anglo Boer War. Pete has a wonderful blog where he shares fabulous serialised fictional stories, debates, thoughts about his life growing up in London and his various interesting jobs, as well as chatty posts about his gorgeous dog, Ollie.

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I am delighted to host a guest post from author, blogger, and cake-maker extraordinaire, Roberta Cheadle. This is an interesting historical account, connected to the same time period as her latest novel.

Roberta Eaton Cheadle is a South African writer and poet specialising in historical, paranormal, and horror novels and short stories. She is an avid reader in these genres and her writing has been influenced by famous authors including Bram Stoker, Edgar Allan Poe, Amor Towles, Stephen Crane, Enrich Maria Remarque, George Orwell, Stephen King, and Colleen McCullough.

Roberta has short stories and poems in several anthologies and has 2 published novels, Through the Nethergate, a historical supernatural fantasy, and A Ghost and His Gold, a historical paranormal novel set in South Africa.

Roberta has 9 children’s books published under the name Robbie Cheadle.

Roberta was educated at the University of South Africa where she achieved a Bachelor of…

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22 thoughts on “Guest Post: Robbie Cheadle

  1. What a wonderful guest post, Robbie. I couldn’t find a way to share or leave a comment, but I enjoyed the post immensely. It’s so sad the tragedies that families had to endure (and still do) in the name of war. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Hi Jan, thank you for reading and leaving a comment. It is a sad story and it moved me a great deal. I will have a look at the sharing buttons and see where they have disappeared to. Thanks for letting me know.

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