About

When I published my book Silk Threads, I discovered I had to have a blog…tweet…Facebook! I didn’t have a clue about any of them so I simply jumped in feet first. My writing blog, Frankie Kay became a bit of a mishmash.

I’ve decided to split off the photos I take of Zimbabwe and the silly little stories I often post with them, to this blog. My husband’s work (he does borehole surveys mostly, looking for water) takes us all over the country, and while he surveys, I either write, or take photos…

I’m still practicing my writing; this is more personal, than imaginative…

Frankie Kay is a pen name – the real ‘me’ is pretty boring, but having a persona is fun, different…if you want to find out more about me, please go to my blog Frankie Kay

Please have a look at my books.

Click here, to download A Silken Thread

Click here to download A Pale

Please post comments on the books here on my blog, or at Amazon.

You can email me at:

forfrankiekay@gmail.com and I can send you a copy – just let me know what format will work on your device.

I love fan mail and discussing my books via email, so please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Silk Threads is available on Smashwords…if you are into BDSM and more explicit scenes, please download a copy of Silk Threads  here:

Silk Threads

And a copy of Jack and Jill here

Jack and Jill a short story

Please leave a comment on Smashwords

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5 thoughts on “About

    • I must make an admission here – I have no idea how to tweet. I follow other tweeters when they ask me to (I think) but that’s all I do other than delete the messages with strange icons when they appear in my inbox! I have an account, but don’t know how to use it! I’m not sure if I’m that happy with the blog – and other social media advertising, I find it very intrusive. I just want to get on with writing!

  1. Hi Frankie,

    I am writing a blog on a very happy time my sister and I stayed at Vumba Heights School/Hostel for Children. (This was in about 1959)
    I need an image or two of what the Forrest around us looked like and came across yours and wondered if you minded I used it and of course crediting the image with your name. I would also add your link to this site if you would like that.
    The image in question is under the Main Title
    Early morning in Murambinda…

    and has a small write up beneath being this:
    “Out walking in the Vumba, I spied that bright red dot clinging precariously to the side of a granite kopjie:”

    I fully respect and understand if you do not wish me to do so.

    I now have another site with WordPress and if you are interested here is the link and my Blogs will indicate the direction I’m taking with writing..
    http://dinahbeaton.co.uk

    Many thanks and warm regards and may I say you have a very intereting website with some lovely photos.

    Dinah

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